Preskil Beach Resort is located on a private peninsula on the south-east coast of Mauritius at Pointe Jerome, near the historical village of Mahebourg and just 15 minutes drive from the airport.
With its lush tropical gardens and sandy beach this hotel invites you to relax and enjoy the beautiful surroundings. The hotel borders a natural lagoon which leads to Blue Bay Marine Park and is across the water from the Iles aux Aigrettes.
Guest accommodation comprises lagoon rooms, prestige cottages and luxurious deluxe penthouses. All have private balcony or terrace with sea views. Some of the lagoon rooms are set further back in the trees and have partial sea views. The prestige rooms and penthouses are located in detached cottages on the beach front. Room facilities include air conditioning, TV, phone, internet access, safe and tea and coffee making equipment. There is room service from 7am till 11pm.
Watersports are popular and guests can go waterskiing, windsurfing, snorkelling, canoeing and sailing all free of charge. Other activities such as diving, catamaran cruises, sailing boat cruises and cycling are available at an extra charge. Excursions to different parts of the island can also be arranged. The hotel has 2 swimming pools, one with whirlpools and a children's pool. There is a spa offering a range of treatments including massage. There is also a gym for the fitness enthusiasts. Tennis, beach volleyball and table tennis are all available for guests. There is a kid's club for 3 to 12 year olds. The boutique sells souvenirs, handicrafts, clothes, magazines and postcards.
A choice of restaurants provides a variety of cuisines. The main restaurant, 'Spices' offers both local specialities and international fare, while African-inspired a la carte dining is available in the Charka Steak House and Bar. The more casual beachfront bar offers snack lunches and tapas on a wooden deck with views out over the ocean. The Indigo Bar is a lively meeting place and ideal for cocktails and sundowners.
Open: Preskil Beach Resort is open all year.
Location: Preskil Beach Resort is on the south east coast of Mauritius, at Pointe Jerome. It is near the village of Mahebourg and just a 15 minute drive from the airport.
Rooms: There are 114 lagoon rooms with showers, 28 prestige cottages with baths and 14 spacious deluxe penthouses. All rooms have balconies or terraces with sea views and are air conditioned. They have flatscreen TVs, IDD telephones, free Wi-Fi internet access, minibar, tea and coffee maker and safe.
Activities: You have a wide choice of watersports including waterskiing, windsurfing and canoeing. The hotel can arrange glass bottom boat rides, sailing and snorkelling trips. Diving, catamaran cruises, deep sea fishing, dolphin watching and cycling are available for an additional fee. Other activities include tennis, beach volleyball and table tennis. You can have a workout at the gym.
Facilities: There are 2 swimming pools, one with a whirlpool and a children’s area. Spices is the main restaurant, open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The last are often themed buffets such as Asian, African, European and Mauritian. There is also a steak house and a tapas grill and beach bar with a large open deck. There are also options for private meals in secluded locations throughout the hotel. The Indigo Bar is in the main part of the hotel and has a cosy, relaxed atmosphere. You can enjoy beach service as you sunbathe as staff bring your choice of drinks and snacks. The Ylang Spa offers massage and body wraps and has a sauna. The boutique sells clothes, handicrafts, magazines and postcards.
Dining: Meals are eaten at individual tables.
Children: Children of all ages are welcome. There is a children’s club for those aged 3 to 11, open from 9am till 8pm each day. Baby sitting is offered for an extra charge.
Health: This is a non-malarial area.
Communication: There is free Wi-Fi internet access.
An enticing combination of inland and and ocean-side locations on the tropical island of Mauritius.
"It was a bit noisy on the beach at times, due to the number of people. The food was average in the main dinning room - better in their special restaurants but the supplements were high. Sailing and waterskiing great fun and the beach boys were lovely."