Le Suffren Hotel & Marina enjoys a prominent position in Port Louis, the Mauritian capital. Located on the popular Le Caudan Waterfront development, it has great views of the marina and bay. It is also within walking distance of a broad range of shops, cafes, restaurants and cinemas as well as being near the beach and the commercial areas of the city.
There are 100 rooms including 2 spacious suites. All are light and airy with modern decor. Rooms have ensuite bathrooms, are fully air conditioned and are equipped with phone, TV, internet access, minibar, tea and coffee making facilities and safe. There is 24 hour room service.
Guests have a choice of dining options. La Boussole overlooks the busy marina and serves local dishes as well as Mediterranean specialities. La Terrasse has views over the swimming pool, beach and marina. Here guests can dine al fresco and take time to watch the world go by. Spinnaker's Concept Bar is open during the day and late into the evening and is a popular meeting place and venue for watching live sports broadcasts. The adjoining courtyard is a great place to enjoy a quiet sundowner. In addition, guests are welcome to use the restaurants and bar of the sister hotel, Labourdonnais Waterfront Hotel, nearby.
Le Suffren Hotel has a swimming pool, surrounded by palm and coconut trees, an ideal place to unwind after shopping or sightseeing. The facilities of the Labourdonnais Waterfront Hotel are free to guests from Le Suffren and include a health centre, gym, hammam and beauty salon. Le Suffren is an ideal base from which to explore Port Louis. The hotel arranges a yacht cruise to northern beaches 4 times a week and a sunset harbour cruise twice a week, both free to guests. They can also arrange full day catamaran cruises, deep sea fishing and golf, which can be paid for locally.
"This is a business hotel, but the situation is great and I loved their boat taxi - easy access to the shops and town! There were some issues with internet connection and the business centre, but for tourists that wouldn't be a problem. The formal restaurant was quite pricey but the bar food was really superb. We came back late from town and sat outside the bar (in the rain - our choice, it was still hot!) and enjoyed a selection of tapas style food for a very reasonable price. If you want to wander round the town and markets then this is an excellent choice of accommodation."