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Tamassa, Mauritius

Tamassa, MauritiusTamassa, Mauritius
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If you are looking for a relaxing family beach holiday, Tamassa on the south coast of the island of Mauritius is a popular choice. With a friendly and professional service, staff are always happy to make your stay is as enjoyable as possible. The children’s club means you can find time to relax in the spa and soak up the sun or make use of the activities on offer such as diving and water-skiing. You could also spend some quality family time together quad biking or on the catamaran trip organised by the hotel. 

What to Expect:
  • All-inclusive
  • Tennis
  • Watersports
  • Beach
  • Connecting rooms
  • Cots
  • Family rooms
  • Great for teens
  • Indoor play
  • Kids' club
  • Kids' early dinner
  • Kids' pool
  • Outdoor play area
  • Spa
  • Outdoor pool


Mini Club (3-12years; 9am-10pm; free of charge)


214 rooms (all sea facing and with balcony or terrace). Cots available on request. Connecting rooms available.
Standard, Superior and Deluxe rooms sleep 2 adultd and 1 child in double and extra bed. All rooms vary in size.
Family rooms sleep 2 adults and 2 children in double and bunk beds.


Childcare (see above).
3 Swimming pools.
2 Restaurants.
2 Bars.
Spa and fitness centre.
Night club.
Tennis, sailing, windsurfing and water-skiing.
PADI diving centre.

Budget guidance

Want further information, prices and availability for Tamassa, Mauritius?

To check availability or to make your reservation over the phone, please call 0203 633 0653


The hotel is 50 minutes from the airport, on the south-west coast in Bel Ombre.

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