The V&A Hotel Group under the management of Newmark Hotels, Reserves, Lodges and Residences is proud to announce its acquisition of La Maison d’Été Hotel in Mauritius – a luxuriant, hotel beckoning those in search of an opulent tropical escape.
The La Maison d’Été hotel is set within an enclave of pristine beaches, azure ocean waters and lush tropical vegetation – making this hotel an idyllic beach escape that will be indelible for those who stay here.
This contemporary, hotel offers four room types: Standard, Superior, Deluxe and La Vigie – all with a private terrace from which to marvel at the ocean and spectacular coral reefs. Luxury and architectural design are harmoniously blended in the La Vigie exclusive room – a private haven set on stilts offering breathtaking views of the cobalt waters in the distance.
Tucked away in tranquil, white-sand beaches adorned with volcanic rock, La Maison d’Été, is also the ideal base to explore Mauritian life. A mere 35 minutes’ drive to Port Louis, the resort town of Grand Baie and the spectacular Pamplemousses botanical garden.
At the hotel, experience perfectly crafted gin-, cognac-inspired cocktails and fine-aged rum. Dine indoors or out, meeting for lunch or dinner at the two on-site restaurants. Go barefoot under a palmed-thatched roof at the water’s edge and treat your palate to sumptuous gastronomic fare.
Rejuvenate your mind, body and soul with personalised spa experiences at La Maison d’Été – where gentle ocean breezes and signature treatments that draw inspiration from the island’s serenity restore balance and equilibrium.
Commenting on the acquisition of its first Mauritian hotel, CEO of Newmark Hotels, Reserves, Lodges and Residences, Neil Markovitz, remarks, “Mauritius has always been part of our expansion vision, due to its unique setting and capacity to offer our guests a true escape in a luxurious location. La Maison d’Été has garnered a reputation as a favourite beachside retreat among discerning leisure travellers and we are committed to enhancing this offering by adding even more imaginative and lavish touches to make this the ultimate Mauritian escape.”