The 3-star all-inclusive hotel, which is a part of Veranda Resorts, offers guests a genuine Mauritian experience, complete with historical touches and modern conveniences.
There will be a five percent discount on all reservations made at the three-star hotel between February 2024 and January 2025* in honour of the reopening. In February, all-inclusive rates for a family of four (two adults and two children under the age of 12) start at only £249 per night.
Set against the calm Belle Mare lagoon, Veranda Palmar Beach is more than simply a place to relax; it’s an opportunity to discover and refresh in a verdant tropical paradise. With its recently announced retro-tropical flair, transports visitors to the 1970s and 1980s, paying tribute to the Mauritian beach bungalows of that era. The hotel’s design story revolves on the bean-shaped pool, a defining feature from the 1970s.
The food at Veranda Palmar Beach is an acknowledgment of the complex and delicious flavours that are uniquely Mauritius. The main restaurant, Regatta, is not only a dining venue but a sensory feast that mixes culinary creations with the beauty of the Mauritian terrain.
Horizon, the beachside restaurant with a menu designed by the resort’s chefs, features a colourful mosaic of regional flavours, worldwide specialities, and creative fusion meals that guarantee an unforgettable dining experience. As well, the best local and foreign rums may be sampled in the new rum bar, a cosy and private location where visitors are encouraged to learn more about this signature island drink.
Meanwhile, the spa is an oasis where visitors may begin a journey toward renewal and calm. It provides a relaxing experience for the mind, body, and spirit via the use of treatments and therapies with strong roots in Mauritian culture. Each treatment is a genuine and rewarding experience, and an homage to the local culture, thanks to the use of native products such Mauritian sugar, salt, and essential oils.
When it comes to activities, on the world-famous East Coast, visitors may go diving, take a glass-bottom boat tour, or experience the exhilaration of kite surfing. Or, simply discover the local culture of Mauritius by visiting the surrounding hamlet and enjoy one of the best holidays of your life.