Whether it's lounging on the beach, canoeing on the river, or reading a book by the pool with a cocktail in hand, The Ravenala Attitude always delivers moments to savour. This eco-conscious hotel, the first four-star all-suite property in Mauritius and recipient of the TravelLife Gold certificate, is located on the northern tip of the island and treats guests to a multitude of activities and facilities. Set amongst lush gardens, the resort exudes the sense of tropical seclusion that lures so many to the Indian Ocean.
Each of the 272 suites at the hotel has been lovingly furnished with rich woods and earthy tones to create a warm atmosphere for relaxation. All of the suites here have fully furnished private terraces and balconies boasting impressive views across the resort and beyond. All the modern amenities you would expect, including an Arrival & Departures lounge featuring private cabins, plus a few extra surprises thrown in for good measure, including plasma screen televisions, mini-bar and personal safe are all provided.
Distinct dining experiences can be found in each of the hotel's nine restaurants. Madame Ming for example will set your taste buds alight with fresh Asian flavours that dance across the palatte. Spend some time in Ō and you'll be treated to fresh fish plucked straight from the ocean and cooked to absolute perfection. There are also six bars for you to enjoy, including a beach lounge and After, a chic nightclub.
Spa POZ is where guests are able to fully rejuvenate. There are myriad treatments on offer here as well as pampering amenities including two hydrotherapy rooms, a vichy shower and even a hammam. If however, you prefer to get active the hotel's Sport Village, which is home to a tennis court, gym and two accessible pools, is on hand. Children too will love The Ravenala Attitude with the Kids Club providing hours of fun activities for ages 3 to 12.
Please note: The Ravenala Attitude no longer offers water skiing at the hotel.
Please note: Gentlemen are advised to wear long trousers and closed shoes for dinner, in keeping with the universal dress code for hotels in Mauritius. However, smart shorts are permitted.