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LE TABLE DU CHATEAU

ABOUT

I have had the privilege of eating in a number of Michelin star restaurants over the years and I’m always looking for quality in the food served to me in restaurants. For me, La Table du Château is one, if not the best place to eat on the island. It’s the closest to fine dining I have come across in Mauritius and ticks all the boxes as far as a great experience is concerned.

Firstly the setting. Located on the grounds of the La Table du Château, its open outlook across the Château itself in an evening is beautiful.

The extensive menu has been expertly crafted by the Chef de Cuisine and Owner, Fabio de Poli. The cuisine itself is a marriage of refined local influences along with international flavours.

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HOTEL

WESTIN, BALACLAVA

The Intercontinental Hotel at Balaclava was the first hotel I ever stayed at in Mauritius and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. We were fortunate to be upgraded and ended up with a large beachfront with an enormous terrace.

As the visit to Mauritius was for business we were only booked in for two nights but still managed to take in as much of its facilities and atmosphere as possible. My husband even managed to sneak out for a few hours fishing which the hotel chartered for him.

The beach is well kept and the staff are attentive which you would expect from a 5-star hotel. Rooms are clean and well serviced and the hotel itself is maintained to a modern standard which is sometimes lacking with other hotels (not mentioned in this 'Top 10 Hotels in Mauritius').

The setting is wonderful and you will enjoy the first time you walk through the central reception attrium and see the view done to the beach.

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ACTIVITIES

BOTANICAL GARDENS

The Mauritius National Botanical Garden is one of the most interesting and enriching places to visit in Port Louis. Spread over a sprawling lush green landscape, this magnificent garden houses 85 varieties of palms from Central America and from the adjacent islands of Indian Ocean.

It is also home to 650 variations of flowers plants and medicinal plants.