|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
Self-Catering,suitable for couples or two persons
Modern practical well equipped fitted kitchen
Hot and cold water in bathroom
Access to open roof terrace with magnificent views and ideal for sun-bathing Balcony
Near commercial and transport facilities
Two minutes walk to the sandy beach
Very secure area covered by police and the building’s CCTV Cameras
Airport transfer,car hire and tours can be arranged
You'll be glad you got to know me!
Kessah purchased this apartment in 2014
You will love it as much as those before you!
Has to be seen to be believed!
appartement propre , bonne literie par contre mal équipé pour la cuisine (manque de casseroles,essoreuse a salade,pas d'eau chaude au robinet de la cuisine,ainsi qu'au lave linge , etc ...) également bruyant car situé au dessus de plusieurs commerces.Contrainte également pour l'eau qui n'est disponible que quelques heures bien précises par jour (matin,midi et soir).
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event|
Nov 1 2017 - Feb 28 2018
3 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
|Refundable damage deposit||$63|
Electricity supplement to prevent abuse such as leaving air-conditioner on when unoccupied and for ecological conscience! However the charge is waived if there has been no abuse !!
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.
Today, Mauritius is a lively, vibrant and welcoming island nation which attracts visitors from all over the world to sample its white sand beaches and turquoise seas.
With a tiny 2,040 km² footprint on the Indian Ocean, Mauritian attractions only take a few days to explore, leaving time to relax on the island’s expanses of white sand.
On arrival at Plaisance Airport, head south along the coast through the port town of Souillac and inland towards Chamarel. Here you will find the seven-coloured dunes of Chamarel – contrasting layers of rock formed from the weathering of volcanic lava. Nearby is the heart of the island at Trou Aux Cerfs, the crater created by a now-dormant volcano. At its 828 metre rim you will find Grand Bassin, a natural lake which now occupies the crater; the local Hindu population considers the lake to be the spiritual continuation of the Ganges.
Continue over the central plateau to the Curepipe Botanical Gardens, home to the world’s rarest palm tree, before heading west to the charmingly named Flic En Flac in the Black River district. This old fishing village has one of the most idyllic – and popular - beaches in Mauritius.
Finish your tour in the capital of Mauritius, Port Louis, where you can see fine colonial architecture such as Government House or skeletons of the extinct dodo at the Natural History Museum