Formed by volcanic eruptions, the small island paradise of Mauritius is sheltered by barriers of coral reefs that create sparkling crystalline lagoons. Surrounded by the cobalt-blue Indian Ocean and pristine expanses of white sand beaches, visitors here feel part of an exclusive club.
As the first hotel company on the island, Beachcomber Hotels snapped up some of the best locations for its eight prestigious hotels, with Dinarobin Hotel Golf and Spa being one of the brightest jewels in its crown.
If you are looking for a peaceful sanctuary where you can relax with your partner or friends, Dinarobin’s spacious, all suite accommodation is just for you. For those wanting a kids free retreat, the hotel offers a crescent of suites exclusively for adults. Reserved for guests, 18 and over, these secluded suites are nestled away in the confines of Crescent Six which comes with its own garden pool.
Unlike many idyllic locations, where there is nothing to break up the daily routine of glorious sunshine, sand and swimming, Dinarobin has a limitless array of entertaining activities.
There’s a bundle of land and water sports (many of which are free) including tennis, an 18-hole golf course, waterskiing, windsurfing, sailing, kitesurfing, paddle boarding, scuba diving and snorkelling trips, all with friendly instructors.
The eclectic flavour of the island’s historical diversity is brought to life in its cuisine. Dinarobin has a choice of four fantastic restaurants, with a further choice of four restaurants at its sister hotel Paradis Hotel & Golf Club just a short stroll away along the beach.
With so much to do, you can’t fail to be captivated by the magic of Mauritius. Book a holiday with Beachcomber at least 30 days in advance and save 20% off accommodation costs. Seven nights in a Junior Suite at Dinarobin Hotel Golf & Spa on a bed & breakfast basis, Economy Class flights and private hotel transfers from £1488 per person sharing.
For more information on a Mauritius holiday visit beachcombertours.co.uk/mauritius-holidays/ or call Beachcomber Tours on 01483 445685
This article was published 13 June 2016