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          Family fun in Mauritius with Beachcomber

          Posted in Travel Writing, Indian Ocean, Family Inspiration by Jan Locke on 1st Jun 2016


          Beachcomber Hotels boast a number of luxury properties in Mauritius that embrace families and o–ffer luxury accommodation, superb facilities, complimentary kids clubs plus, a fabulous range of activities for older children.

          Spotlight on the Kids Clubs

          The much loved and ever-popular Beachcomber Kids Club can be found at each of the hotels and off–er uber amounts of fun, excellent facilities and the perfect escape for little ones in need of some entertainment and the bonus of making new friends. Each of the kids club are unique and have something different to off–er. At Royal Palm, there’s a welcoming small house with a shallow splash pool set at the heart of luxuriant gardens, it’s so good even the adults want to stay! At Dinarobin, the mini-club evokes a traditional Mauritian beach house and is located under a tree, set back from the beachfront area and close to the main facilities. At Paradis and Trou aux Biches, the kids clubs are comprehensive and equipped with all modern facilities. Both have their own restaurants and splash pool – perfect for cooling off– during the day. At Shandrani, the kids club consists of a cosy house set apart from the more public areas. All of the latest mod-cons are at hand and parents can relax with complete peace of mind knowing there’s a highly trained team taking good care of the little ones.

          Beachcomber for older kids

          Teenagers and older children will never get bored at a Beachcomber Hotel. There’s a huge amount of water and land based sports to enjoy. Water sports, tennis courts and paddle boarding, you name it, it’s there to be explored. All these activities are the perfect platform to escape from the grown-ups, meet new friends and have hours of fun. Something that must be mentioned is that children up to the age of 17 are still considered kids at all Beachcomber Hotels, how good is that!