Paradis Beachcomber Golf Resort & Spa

Paradis Resort, MauritiusUpmarket and stylish, this relaxed resort extends across acres of land with comfortable suites and villas, a golf course and watersports, set against the stunning backdrop of Le Morne.

An overview of Paradis Beachcomber Golf Resort & Spa

The luxurious Paradis resort offers a relaxed and upmarket family experience, with the added bonus of free watersports including water-skiing and wakeboarding – often chargeable in other places. Fine dining is a feature, as is secluded, spacious accommodation.

Overlooked by Le Morne, enjoy golf, tennis or simply lazing on the beach. Facilities and standards of service are excellent and children of all ages are welcome.

Guest rooms at Paradis Beachcomber Golf Resort & Spa

Bedroom at Paradis Resort MauritiusRooms at this resort range from beachfront villas for couples up to extensive multi-room villas, with accommodation for families set around two interconnecting Tropical Suites. These particular rooms are spacious and well organised, with a sheltered balcony or terrace (necessary if you are visiting during the British summer months!) and expansive bathroom with high quality toiletries and plenty of storage space.

Some of the attractive three-storey buildings are set a stone’s thrown from the beach, with others set a little further back and opening out onto landscaped and well-tended gardens. Golf cart transport is available for those guests staying a little further away from the main buildings and restaurants.

Activities for the family at Paradis Beachcomber Golf Resort & Spa

Gardens and rooms at Paradis Beachcomber, MauritiusA kid’s club operates throughout the day for younger children, with a tendency towards French-speaking guests, although this is very much a resort to enjoy as a family with a range of activities to enjoy together, an expansive beach and good choices of food.

Sporting activities centre around three elements. The excellent tennis club has 6 floodlit tennis courts (these are easy to book, and racquet hire is included, but our advice is to bring your own tennis balls to avoid inflated additional cost).

The extensive watersports, are mostly free of charge and run throughout the day, weather permitting. Staff are accommodating, friendly and experienced and the water is crystal clear and warm.

Finally, there is the championship 18-hole golf course, sitting in the shadow of the magnificent Le Morne mountain. Offers are available in low season for free green fees for guests; carts, trolleys and clubs are all available for hire.

The first tee, golf at Paradis MauritiusAdult experiences include a Spa with a host of treatments, set away from the main buildings offering peace and tranquility. There is a small fitness room. The single outdoor pool sits in the heart of the resort.

If the beach is your scene there are plenty of beds and shades to be found on the long stretch of private beach, with a small bar providing drinks to those stationed a little further away from the centre of the resort.

Eating and drinking at Paradis Beachcomber Golf Resort & Spa

Swimming pool, Paradis, MauritiusWithin the Paradis resort there are four restaurants available and booking in advance is highly advisable at all except for Le Brabant, the main buffet restaurant offering an extensive range of international cuisine. Choose La Palma for Italian delicacies; the restaurant sits around a small but beautiful garden and at lunchtime extends to the beach, just a few steps away. Blue Marlin offers predominantly seafood, and a pianist provides a gentle background to the dining experience. As with the other restaurants, lunch may also be taken here. Last and by no means least is La Ravanne, offering an elegant alfresco Mauritian dining experience.

However, the choice does not stop there as guests at the Paradis are also able to dine at the neighbouring sister resort, the Dinarobin Beachcomber Golf Resort & Spa, including Umami, the superb pan-Asian restaurant.

Location and transfers

The Paradis Beachcomber Golf Resort & Spa is around an hour from the airport and the drive will take you through sugar canes and villages. The resort itself is set in the south-western corner of the island, offering some protection from the trade winds that blow in during our summer months.