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Émeraude Beach Attitude faces one of the island’s most beautiful beaches, Belle Mare beach with its kilometres of white sand, turquoise and emerald lagoon running along the east coast.

Holidays are spent swimming and diving in a turquoise sea, without forgetting the magic of the glass bottom boat trips. To that genuinely Mauritian seaside holiday experience, the two bonuses offered are the beach attendance with Coco and his typically Mauritian beach cart, and the serenity of the Spa attitude.

Wood, stone and thatch are widely used in decoration and architecture. Built in the middle of a lush green garden, the four room bungalows totalising 61 rooms are decorated with refined taste and creativity.

Of small capacity, friendly and charming, this 3-star hotel, together with its Family Members* with their typical Mauritian expertise, reminds one of the old days gentle way of life.


Children of all ages welcome

Accepted credit cards

American Express, Visa, Diners Club International, MasterCard and Maestro


  • 24h room service
  • Air Condition
  • Bar
  • Beach & pool service
  • Beach towels service
  • Boutiques
  • Car hire
  • Currency exchange
  • En-suite
  • Free toiletries
  • Information desk
  • Ironing board
  • Laundry
  • Lounge
  • Pools
  • Private dining
  • Restaurants
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • SPA
  • Taxis
  • Telephone
  • TV
  • Water sports
  • WiFi


Free Activities:

  • Dart board
  • Petanque
  • Table tennis
  • Board games
  • Beach-volley
  • 2 swimming pools (1m20 deep)
  • Glass bottom boat
  • Snorkelling

Paid Activities:

  • Pool table
  • Bicycles
  • Golf (upon request)
  • PADI diving centre
  • Kitesurf (on request at the Club Mistral in Anse-la-Raie)
  • Stand up paddle excursion nearby (on request)
  • Catamaran cruise and excursions (on request)
  • Big game fishing (on request)


MauritiusMauritius, a sparkling crystal in the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean, will fascinate you. The contrast of colours, cultures and tastes makes the island so charming that the scene is set for an unforgettable beach holiday. Here, you have the opportunity to experience unparalleled luxury: a level of refinement that is head and shoulders

Sports & nature

Sports & natureThe flora of Mauritius is composed of 700 species of indigenous plants. Many of these plants are threatened with extinction. This is because there is less than 2% of their natural habitat left, and because introduced plants and animals compete and destroy their fruits and seedlings. In collaboration with the National Parks and the Conservation and Forestry Services, the Mauritian Wildlife Foundation is working to protect the species and the forest for future generations.

Nightlife info

Nightlife infoIn an island where people originate from a wide variety of places, the local cuisine is a testament to the influence of this melting pot. This produces remarkable results: in Mauritius, you can travel to all corners of the globe without leaving the table Mauritian cooking is in a class of its own: it is a combination influenced by people of different cultures and cooking traditions. Mauritian people are adventurous with food, and are perfectly happy to eat Creole, Chinese, Indian or Muslim food.

Culture and history info

Culture and history infoCulture - What makes Mauritius so special is not so much its tropical ambience but its multicultural identity, and a culture that combines the best of French style, Creole exuberance, Indian elegance and Chinese cuisine can only be fascinating. But these diverse cultures have not just co-existed – each has gained a little from the other over the years to offer a truly Mauritian experience. In fact, it is the unique nature of the island’s colourful history and its multi-ethnic people that combine to make this one of the world’s great holiday destinations. History - Of volcanic origin and generally sheltered by barriers of coral reefs forming natural, safe, crystal clear lagoons, Mauritius has long been a dream destination. Known to the Arabs as early as the 10th century, but officially discovered in 1505 by the Portuguese navigator Pedro Mascarenhas, the island was occupied successively by the Dutch (1598-1712) and the French (1715-1810), and was ceded to Great Britain in 1814 through the Treaty of Paris. On 12 March 1968, Mauritius became Independent. Republic Day was proclaimed on 12 March 1992.

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