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Royal Palm Mauritius: the luxury of living overlooking the Indian Ocean.

Top quality, no compromises, for top travelers. That is the spirit of Beachcomber Hotels, which is upgrading its renowned luxury standard by reducing the number of the Royal Palm Mauritius  rooms to create even more exclusive ones. Today Royal Palm Mauritius offers “only” 69 Ocean Suites (down from 84), all extra luxury rooms overlooking the Indian Ocean. The new suites style uses fine fabrics, rare grey marble with gold veins, oak wood, brass and natural stone. Nothing is left to chance, the linen and velvets were chosen from the collections of the most famous French home designer, to offer the Royal Palm guests a unique and unforgettable experience. The Indian Ocean crystal clear water provides the setting for your vacation in the sign of excellence. At “La Brezza” restaurant, the talented chef Alessandro Morino will entice you with the elegant yet traditional Italian (Mediterranean) cuisine, combined with the finest local wines. After lunch, nothing is better than the fabulous infinity pool (the new heated swimming pool, facing the beach and the sea) as well as the two pre-existing ones. And if you are tired of the mainland, the luxury Royal Princess yacht, with the same comfort, elegance and impeccable service of the Royal Palm, will take you for unforgettable cruises. Every excursion becomes a romantic dream, ending with a refined cocktail on board enjoying a stunning sunset. For more intimate occasions, you can also spending the night in its elegant suite cabins.


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