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VLH dives deep into Tamarin

On the 13th of December, some 200 guests, including Mauritian Tourism Minister Anil Gayan, gathered in Tamarin Bay to celebrate the launch of the new Veranda Tamarin. The summery, musical event celebrated the rebirth of this profoundly Mauritian institution. Read more

Veranda Tamarin from A to Z

We’ve come up with a super practical glossary that’ll update you on our latest news and happenings!

Veranda Tamarin unveling the renovation process

Veranda Resorts sought the talents of Jean-Philippe Piat (architect) and the Ateliers du Parc et Romeuf (interior architects) to regenerate Tamarin’s cultural institution, formerly known as Hotel Tamarin. Read more

A fruitilicious summer season at Veranda Resorts

Spending the end of year festivities in Mauritius entails savouring seasonal tropical fruit, basking in the sun, oven-like sand and 28 degree water and lingering, barefoot in flimsy clothing… and many other things! You have to admit: there’s no better way to ring in the New Year! Read more

VLH (Veranda Leisure Hospitality), subsidiary of Rogers Group, acquires Hotel Tamarin.

François Eynaud, CEO of VLH Ltd Management, Cyril Michel and Véronique Chung owners of the Hotel Tamarin, have just formalized the acquisition of the 3-star hotel by VLH Management LTD, which is located opposite the mythical beach of Tamarin.
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Veranda Resorts' all-inclusive packages for tasty and busy holidays

How good is it when you’re on holidays and don’t have to worry about a thousand things? Combining culinary pleasures and amusement, Veranda Resorts’ all-inclusive packages keep troubles away and make your life easier. Read more

Veranda Paul et Virginie, the perfect hideaway for couples

Veranda Paul et Virginie Hotel & Spa holds undeniable advantages for couples who wish to spend their holidays under the Mauritian sun. Colours has made a list of all small things that make it a real romantic haven.
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Latest updates on Veranda Resorts' wedding packages

Veranda Resorts has reviewed its wedding packages to bring more enchantment to couples who wish to get married in Mauritius. Colours gives you an overview of these packages that are about to delight many. Read more

Explore the region: Veranda Grand Baie at the heart of a lively village

In addition to its tropical charm, Veranda Grand Baie Hotel boasts a superb location on the splendid bay of Grand-Baie and a few steps away from the centre of this vibrant village. Hotel guests can walk just a few minutes to the best of Grand-Baie’s bars, restaurants and shops.
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Things to do and see around Veranda Paul et Virginie Hotel

As promised, Veranda Resorts takes visitors to the heart of authentic Mauritian lifestyle, as they are invited to step outside the hotel and explore the area. Here are some trips and activities that Veranda Paul et Virginie’s guests can easily access to:

Grand-Baie

The hotel provides for a free shuttle service to Grand-Baie twice a week, both morning and evening. Guests can take the opportunity to shop and stroll along the lively streets of this seaside hub during the day, or go for a drink at one of its bars in the evening. Grand-Baie is known for its wonderful bay, fashion boutiques, souvenir shops, restaurants and clubs.

Distance: 20 minutes by car

Demeure Saint Antoine
Demeure Saint Antoine
Just outside Goodlands, guests will come across the Demeure Saint Antoine, where they can travel back into the island’s past and relish in fine Mauritian cuisine. Since the Demeure serves old-time recipes in a traditional Mauritian setting made of wood, stone and colonnades, it is the ideal place for history and fine cuisine enthusiasts.

Distance: 15 minutes by car

Historic Marine
30-year-old model ship factory
The more curious can visit this 30-year-old model ship factory, which is the biggest on the island, even if they do not intend to bring one home. Founded by three friends passionate about sailing, it features craftwork made from the best-quality wood for maximum lifespan. Some of the most famous purchasers include Alain Delon, Catherine Deneuve and Gérard Depardieu.

Distance: 10 minutes by car

At Anjoo’s
Homemade delicacies in a typical house
Escorted by a member of the hotel staff, guests can take a walk to Anjoo’s house to taste local specialities. There, they will experience the legendary Mauritian hospitality and appreciate homemade delicacies in a typical house. This is a unique occasion to share a meal at a Mauritian lady’s house while watching her prepare authentic Mauritian dishes.

Distance: 2-minute walk

Goodlands
Taste locally-made fritters
A walk in the village of Goodlands is a must for every guest at Veranda Paul et Virginie, especially if they want to experience Mauritian folklore. As they walk through the vegetable market, visit a Tamil temple, stop by street vendors to taste locally-made fritters, they will embrace the place’s buzzing atmosphere.

Distance: 10 minutes by car

More activities and discoveries await visitors who choose to settle in the village of Grand Gaube, including seaplane rides (take-off at the hotel), fish trap removal with a local fisherman, private cruise on the hotel’s catamaran… and many more surprises!