Known as a landmark and with emphasis placed on family holidays, the Beachcomber Le Canonnier Hotel is built on a historical site dating back to the 18th Century. With a turquoise lagoon and a stunning bay flanking its peninsula, the hotel's view of the outer Northern islands and the Indian Ocean are spectacular.
The resort will put guest back into to natural setting with gardens filled with pools and trees. From a cultural and historical aspect, its fortress and canons decorate the magnificent and lush grounds of this beautiful hotel.
With an extensive watersports centre that is mostly complementary, facilities include a wellness centre that has a large banyan tree as its central feature. The resort is a tranquil setting where you can relax and unwind. Emphasis is on the child-friendly aspects of the hotel, with the facilities geared towards the enjoyment of the outdoors, family activities and nature.
Beautifully furnished there are 284 suites and apartments at this seaside hotel. With the majority of the flats, duplexes, and rooms bordering the properties beaches offering guests stunning views, the balance of the rooms is tastefully positioned amongst the established trees of the property looking out over the tropical grounds.
Hotel room types: 283 rooms
The wellness centre is neatly positioned underneath the big branches of a centuries-old Banyan tree, offering a genuinely Mauritian experience. The spa is in five wood cabins with thatched rooves and stone walls; their design creates an intimate setting from which to enjoy the tropical surroundings. With the sounds of laughing doves, waves lapping on the shoreline and the water features clients can enjoy a host of treatments that include: After-sun care, body wraps, massages, salt scrubs, facial treatments and wedding packages.
Catering primarily towards the all-inclusive guests, Le Frangipanier and Le Planteur are the main restaurant and bar at Le Canonnier. Their buffet style restaurant is firm personal thanks to various internationally themed buffet dinners spiced up with their signature live cooking demonstrations. Shaded by palm trees a spacious terrace offers the guests an opportunity to dine alfresco style next to the hotel’s cascading pool.
Le Navigator restaurant and bar
The restaurant and offers exclusive dining and an a la carte menu for guests on half board, Le Navigator has a distinctive relaxed yet sophisticated atmosphere. Decorated with natural materials including wood, stone and thatch the restaurant is famous of its lobster evenings while the restaurant's sea-facing terrace has eighteenth-century canons.The restaurant and adjoining bar after dinner become a nightclub where guests can dance the night away with views of the Indian Ocean and Gunners Coin the outer island of Mauritius’s Northern tip.
With bamboo elements and thatch, Le Serena is situated next to the hotel’s main restaurant and overlooking the pool, offering traditional Italian cuisine with a romantic setting for a la carte dining.
Tailored to suit any groups’ needs Le Canonnier Hotel in Mauritius offers a variety of all-inclusive options. Comfortably accommodating up to 40 guests in U-shaped seating at the hotel’s one conference venue, additional facilities can facilitate 80 guests classroom style and up to 100 guests in a theatre style seating arrangement.
Land sports, sports centre and water Sports
Geared for adults and children alike, an array of land sports are available and shared with Le Mauricia Hotel which includes: Tennis, volleyball, archery and mountain biking
The boathouse is open between 9:30 am and 5 pm and offers: