- Charges for extra guests may apply and vary depending on the property's policy.
- A cash deposit or credit card for incidental charges, as well as a government-issued photo ID, are required at check-in.
- Special requests are subject to availability at the time of check-in and can't be guaranteed. Certain requests may come with additional charges.
- The following credit cards are accepted: American Express, Diners Club, MasterCard, Visa, and Union Pay.
- This resort provides transfers from the airport (fees apply). To make arrangements, contact the property with arrival details 72 hours prior to arrival, using the phone number on your booking confirmation.
- Reservations need to made in advance for golf tee times, massage services, and spa treatments. Contact the resort at the phone number listed on your booking confirmation.
- Connecting or adjoining rooms can be requested, but all rooms are subject to availability. Contact the property using the phone number on your booking confirmation.
- There are no elevators.
Maritim Resort & Spa Mauritius5.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We had a standerd room with a roof top view , with a balcony, where we had our morning and afternoon tea. Our view was the garden and sea with sunsets as a plus. I swam in the sea for the first time in years , because there were no waves or sharks to fear. We went snorkeling, parasurfing and kayaking. We went on the tropical island tour , which we highly recommend ,for pure relaxment and fun.The wild south west tour was nice , but can be to busy. We would have liked less stops and more time to explore. We went to the waterfront and the botanical garden which were more to my liking because we went with a driver and were on our own time and could do our own thing. On the tours you get a lot of information about mauritius and their lifestyle, which made you feel in touch with were you were. The staff in general are helpful and friendly. A few people were just special and made an impact on us. Thanks to Vimla , Christoph , Lawang and Eric. Advise for newbies: Take mozzie repellent with when on walks and at night when out and about. These guys are fierce over there. They neglected to tell us when we arrived that they post the activities of the week in the entrance to the rooms and we only discovered it the fourth day in. The bed creaked and my husband is a light sleeper , but we managed. The hot air and cold aircon gave us flue , take tons of meds , because you don't want to be missing out. Our teenage son made full use of their wifi and went water skiing. There are so much to do and this iland is so geared for tourism it's a pleasure. There was even time to finish a book while sipping drinks on the beach.
I have mixed feelings for this hotel. Check in was at 2 pm, we got there at 4 pm and our rooms was not ready. After a long flight from Canada, every minute seemed like forever. We waited till 5 pm for our rooms to be ready. That was a thumbs down for me right there. We stayed at the hotel for 3 days. Throughout my stay the wifi was not working. I complained at the reception several times with little acknowledgement. There’s also no shops walking distance and I personally did not find the beach any good. However, the room we booked was great. It was very big, spacious, clean and comfortable. The food for breakfast and dinner was good too and so were the staff in the kitchen. I just wish the check in staff would go above and beyond as they are the first contact person at the hotel but unfortunately this was not the case.
Hi We had came at the 9.4.18 to the resorte. The place is beautifull. The stuff does everything to make us comfortable. The coast is near the room and every thing is beautiful green. There are 5 resturants at the resorte. We like the “la maree’” the most. It is on the baech even at breakfast it was wonderfull. The gim is fine and they have a beautifull spa with jakoozy, hamam and yogae lessons. There is even a water fall and a little zoo with gayent turtles. We dif mot go out from the rasort It was a great start at the iland.
My husband and I have just returned from a fantastic holiday at the maritim resort and spa. It was our first time in Mauritius and we did lots of research before coming, into the different hotels and options. We’ve never been all inclusive but decided to on this occasion. It was even better than we could have expected! The whole resort is beautiful, a mix of designated paths, beach and green wildlife gardens. There is a spa which is available for a reasonable additional cost. The hotel has a partnership with a charity for stray dogs and they let guests walk them - I felt like I had died and gone to heaven getting to explore the resort while helping a rescue dog! For those not keen on animals, there are signs everywhere asking you not to feed the stray cats and dogs and the few I saw do not bother anyone. The ones belonging to the charity are kept on the hotels farm and only let out one at a time on leads. Our room was beautiful and all the dining areas were pristine. We ate at the buffet almost every night - we had planned to try all the restaurants but the buffet had so many different options each night we just ate there! I don’t think I ever saw the same main options on offer and we were there for 10 nights. Every night was as good as the last. Nothing was ever too much trouble for the staff. As someone else mentioned, bar staff often remember and anticipate your orders. I accidentally flooded our room with the shower (totally my own fault) and I stepped out of the room to see a staff member going past. I told her what had happened and immediately she went to get help and they sorted it out between them there and then. I cannot give this hotel enough praise. Those who have given it low reviews on the basis of internet or lack of pool space, why go on holiday to Mauritius if you just want to go online and sit by the pool - the beaches are total paradise - unless you need internet for business use or constantly, it is great!
This hotel really is complete paradise. We stayed for 12 nights in the family villa. 4 adults and 2 children. The villa has 2 large bedrooms. A massive living area and a private swimming pool which is a real luxury. As we were in the villa we had reserved sun beds at the suite beach. Jay who looked after us was incredible and literally mind reads what you want from cocktails to food before you ask for it!. He’s brilliant. The restaurants are great. We went to the beach restaurant a number of times, the chateaux for dinner and Sunday brunch which is a great experience. Also, the beach bbq is worth a visit. We were all inclusive and did have to pay for a few extras in the restaurants but it really isn’t expensive. I’ve seen from some reviews that the dogs are a problem. They didn’t cause us any problems and kept their distance. The staff clearly look after them and I’m sure they get the left over food. All in all this is an incredible place. I guess if I had to pick a negative it would be that on the 3rd day there was quite a storm over night which washed quite a lot of soil and mud from the small river that runs through the grounds onto the beach and into the sea which spoiled the clear water. However staff cleared what they could daily. I would definitely recommend this hotel. It’s amazing. I would definitely return, heavenly.
My wife and daughter and son in law along with two grand daughters ( 9 & 13 ) have just spent 2 weeks at this All inclusive resort in the Family Villa. This included a Butler and Beach Butler along with a few other privileges. The Villa has its own pool. The Villa is magnificent. The staff are wonderful and the food is excellent. The acres of well kept grounds are truly amazing - a tropical paradise. Jay, the Beach Butler is unbelievable, catering for all our needs and many more that we hadn't thought about ! A lovely, polite, man. There are a few beach vendors but none were troublesome - rather, over our stay we became good friends with them and they were not pushy at all. One even gave the youngest grand daughter a bracelet for her birthday present - and we never bought from him. Cannot speak more hightly about our true visit to paradise. Were we lucky ? I don't think so - hard to believe anyone could find fault.
We stayed at the Maritim Resort as a family and everyone enjoyed the hotel and all its facilities. It is set in a beautiful part of Mauritius and the staff were wonderful. The bar staff remembered our food and drink orders when at the pool and made a great fuss over the children. We had two weeks of bliss. This truly is part of paradise. Thank you to all the staff at the hotel who made our stay so special.
We wanted to have a decent holiday following my retirement and thought about going back to this hotel but were a bit concerned as quite a few negative reviews had been posted but we decided to go ahead anyway. I'm glad we did as enjoyed the holiday as much as the last time. Quite a few of the staff and even the beach sellers remembered us, which is quite nice. We had a prestige room on the top floor on our first visit, which was amazing. We put in for another top floor prestige room on this visit, but unfortunately didn't manage to get one, we ended up on the bottom floor but that wasn't a problem as the layout is identical to the upper floors and in some ways was better as it had a larger outside area if it got to hot out and you wanted to sit in the shade, which we needed to at times as it reached 30 degrees. There had been quite view negative comments regarding the private beach as it was empty a lot of the time, this was because it was now suites beach but you could pay extra for the use, which we felt was quite expensive for what it was, a sectioned off part of the beach with the brilliant Jay to look after you. We never had a problem with the rest of the beach area, yes there were a lot more sunbeds but there was a lot more beach staff and they were excellent, checking regularly if anything was needed. We tried all the restaurants and some we wouldn't go back to but that was because they weren't actually to our taste, but that is purely our opinion and nothing against the actual restaurants themselves. Belle Vue, which is the main restaurant offers many different dishes and you would be hard pressed to find something you didn't like. Our favourite, on both trips, was La Maree, which is right on the beach, where it is quite something to experience having a good meal whilst looking out over the ocean. Our only criticism is the All Inclusive and Premium All Inclusive packages, which should be exactly what they say as it isn't, with the exception of the main restaurant the others can incur an extra charge for certain meals, this needs to be explained at the time of booking. There is lots to do here or you can just relax on the beautiful beach. The Spa is definitely worth a visit as there are lots of different treatments, but be careful as it can prove expensive for some of them. Would we come back again - definitely.
My husband and I stayed at this hotel for 2 weeks in December for our honeymoon. A few months have passed since then so some of this could have changed but here’s our views on the hotel; The restaurant located by the ruins is very expensive but we had 3 courses included due to it being our honeymoon, we only had to pay for the drinks. We really enjoyed the meal, it was well worth a visit. Beautiful venue and food. We paid a very small fee to go to the Mauritian restaurant at the hotel. It was great, you really should give it a go. There’s a maximum of 10 guests allowed each night, we had 6 when we done it. You are on one big round table. One of the chefs from the main restaurant comes down and cooks one of the dishes right in front of you. It feels very private and you forget you are at the hotel. The main buffet restaurant offers a vast selection of food. You would have to be an extremely fussy eater if you can’t find something you like there. The Chinese restaurant at the end of the buffet is free to eat at but you have to book to go there. I wouldn’t waste your time, you have to pay a supplement for most of the food on the menu and it was really basic food. We went once and didn’t return. The BBQ restaurant is nice as is the fish one. Definitely worth going to but wrap up otherwise you will be bitten as they are on the beach. The fish restaurant is worth a visit for breakfast, they offer lots of choice and you are served at the table. You can also have lunch there. The ruins are also worth a visit, it’s nice to walk round there during the day. There are horses, goats, large turtles & rescued stray dogs at the hotel, you can ask to go there in reception and they will take you in a golf buggy and leave you there or you can just walk. They let you walk the dogs which we done on a few occasions. The hotel itself was nice. We never managed to get a sun bed directly next to the pool which was annoying as we didn’t even get there very late. We always ended up in a lonely raised section just past the pool, the bar staff never visited us there to offer us drinks like they did round the pool side. We weren’t the only people there each day, there were usually approximately 8 of us. Once we hit the second week, lots more guests arrived and there was not enough staff so it meant long waits to be served. It did get a bit frustrating as it wasn’t cheap to stay here and we didn’t feel the service done it justice. The staff themselves were friendly, there just wasn’t enough of them. We had a spa package so had a 45 minute spa treatment every day!! The spa and most of its staff were very nice. Wendy is worth a mention but for the wrong reasons, she was rude and sarcastic each time she served us at the spas reception and she was talking to her colleague during our treatment. It felt like she disliked her job. The spa manager witnessed her unprofessional behaviour on a couple of occasions but chose to do nothing. There were 2 lovely members of staff there who are worth a mention, Annie or Anna & Priscilla. They were both very good at their job and very kind. The water sports are good. The water skiing is worth a go, you can do a beginners version if you are unsure. We went on the glass bottom boat ride and snorkelling but the fish were boring, most of the fish have been scared away because of all the water sports. These were free for guests staying at the hotel. The entertainment is good, better than a lot of hotels we have stayed at where the hotel staff perform. Overall I have given this hotel 4 stars. We had a great time but probably won’t be returning. The hotel is nice but for what we paid we expected a little more.
This is yet another beautiful hotel we stayed in on our trip to Africa and Mauritius. It's very clean with lovely rooms overlooking the Indian ocean, tho our room had a dehumidifier in that needed emptying twice a day because of the high humidity, consequently the room did smell a bit foisty. We personally found the food very nice on our all inclusive option and there was something different every day. There are several a la Carte restaurants and a fine dining chateau which incurs a cost. It's a bit confusing initially as all inclusive doesn't actually mean ALL. There was also a premium all inclusive and there was lots on the menus that incurred extra cost (and it's not cheap) all be it at a discount for AI guests and an even bigger discount for premium AI guests. I personally think AI should be just that without exception. There's lots to do, most waters sports are free inc glass bottom boat etc. The grounds are lovely to walk round with giant tortoises and a stable with x racehorses in and very nice stable lads who love to have a chat. Once again the friendly staff are a credit to the hotel. There's plenty of sunbeds and a gorgeous beach. The entertainment is ok but very low key which all makes for a relaxing holiday. It's a very nice hotel which has the potential to be perfect if they sorted out the All inclusive option to be All inclusive in my opinion. I did notice that around 7 at the beach bar the barman replaced the international bottled drinks with local bottled drinks which I thought was a little bit cheeky, but as people generally mix their drinks I don't suppose it really matters. Overall we had a very enjoyable stay.
- Free WiFi and wired Internet in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
Located 1.5 mi (2.4 km) from Turtle Bay Marine Park, Maritim Resort & Spa Mauritius is within a 5-minute drive of Turtle Bay. This 5-star resort has 212 guestrooms and offers a full-service spa, an outdoor pool, and free in-room WiFi. It's on the beach and also close to Mauritius Aquarium.
There are multiple options for onsite dining with 6 restaurants, including Belle Vue, which has pool views. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service.
The 212 individually decorated accommodations feature balconies and afford space to spread out with sitting areas. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and wired Internet, plus LCD TVs with satellite channels and DVD players. Bathrooms offer hair dryers, free toiletries, bathrobes, and slippers. Minibars, coffee makers, and free newspapers are other standard amenities.
Guests of Maritim Resort & Spa Mauritius enjoy a full-service spa, an outdoor pool, and a fitness center. You can take advantage of free parking, along with an airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for EUR 114 per vehicle roundtrip. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this beach resort include a sauna, outdoor tennis courts, and free WiFi in public areas.
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90.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 3723 reviews