Spa for children and teenagers at Constance Le Prince Maurice

Children enjoy the spa experience

Enjoying a rose milk foot bath and massage

At Constance Le Prince Maurice in Mauritius, the luxury spa is now offering fun and relaxing treatments for children and teenagers.

With the emphasis on fun rather than all-out indulgence, our younger guests can now enjoy a range of treatments tailored to suit their particular age group.

Children aged 3 to 10 years can choose from three 30 minute treatments.

Spa fun for children and teens at Constance Le Prince Maurice

Spa fun for children and teens at Constance Le Prince Maurice

At the end of the session, they can take away a surprise present or enjoy a fizzy drink with popcorn.

For the girls, there is The Little Mermaid:

  • Flowers in the hair
  • Rose milk foot bath
  • Rose foot massage
  • A surprise to take away

For the boys, there’s The Little Prince:

  • Bubble foot bath
  • Cocofoot massage
  • A surprise to take away

There’s also the dreamy Head in the Stars for children to enjoy:

  • Wheat face massage and head massage
  • Fizzy drink and popcorn

Teenagers also love the new range of treatments. If you’re looking for a change from sunbathing and water sports, or simply want to enjoy some pampering time, the spa offers a space to relax and rejuvenate.

Having a relaxing head massage

Having a relaxing head massage

  • First facial treatment – 45 minutes
  • Toning massage – 30 minutes
  • Coco exfoliation – 30 minutes
  • Candy nail manicure – 30 minutes
  • Glam feet – 30 minutes
  • Light make up – 30 minutes

All treatments are given by our fully trained beauty and health therapists in the tranquil tropical surroundings of Spa Constance.

Yoganimals

Children can now enjoy yoga classes based around animal poses. The essence of Yogani’mals is to awaken children’s senses, and teach them about yoga through simple, fun exercises.

Find out more about yoga classes for younger guests at Constance Le Prince Maurice.

Spotlight: Constance Le Prince Maurice, Mauritius

Constance Le Prince Maurice, Mauritius

Constance Le Prince Maurice, Mauritius

All of our luxury hotels are unique, situated in some of the most beautiful locations in the world.

Constance Le Prince Maurice, Mauritius is ideal for anyone wanting a romantic and secluded getaway. You’ll find yourself immersed in a place that oozes refined and relaxed luxury.

Take a look at some photos of the overwater villas at Constance Le Prince Maurice on our Facebook page.

Accommodation is spread along the beach or on stilts above the lagoon.

There are:

  • 76 junior suites with private terrace or balcony
  • 12 senior villas complete with private pool and outdoor soaking bath
  • a princely suite made up of two Junior and one Senior Suite with garden, two swimming pools and three private terraces.

This five star luxury hotel is inspired by Prince Maurice of Orange and Nassau, who pioneered the discovery of spices in theIndian Ocean.The spice route theme is infused through the décor of the hotel and the wood, stone and thatch creates a mood of tranquillity.

Fine dining at Constance Le Prince Maurice, Mauritius

Fine dining at Constance Le Prince Maurice, Mauritius

There are three restaurants offering gourmet food. Unique to the island is Le Barachois, Mauritius’ only floating restaurant. Le Barachois enjoys a breathtaking setting on the lagoon with panoramic views of a mountain range. Diners enter along a gangplank that meanders through the mangrove trees. The restaurant is open for dinner and offers daily specials including grills, seafood and Mauritian delicacies.

Other highlights at Constance Le Prince Maurice include the spa offering Guerlain and Spa de Constance products. Treatments soothe even the most tired bodies and minds, and include:

  • a range of Ayurvedic massages
  • shiatsu
  • Thai massage
  • natural body wraps and exfoliation
  • the deliciously tempting afternoon of massage for two on the beach, including champagne and sweet macaroons.

There’s even a spa for children and teenagers offering fun treatments such as the Little Prince (includes bubble foot bath) and Little Mermaid (includes flowers in your hair).

The fitness centre offers a fully equipped gym, tennis and squash courts, as well as yoga and t’ai chi classes. The Fitness Bar serves vitamin cocktails for an extra health boost. The beautiful infinity swimming pool has views across the ocean, while the most recent addition to the hotel is a helipad where guests can take a ride in an Air Mauritius helicopter over the lagoon.

Add to this superb diving and snorkeling, and free access to two championship 18 hole golf course, and you have a world class luxury hotel in one of the finest resorts in Mauritius.

See some of the celebrity guests who have stayed at Constance Le Prince Maurice, Mauritius.

Check out some of our other resorts too: our latest luxury experience in the Maldives– Moofushi, the Jewel Island, and the Constance Halaveli, floating on the North Ari Atoll in the Maldives.

The best piece of honeymoon advice you'll ever been given

Luxury honeymoon suite on stilts - Constance Le Prince Maurice, Mauritius

Luxury honeymoon suite on stilts - Constance Le Prince Maurice, Mauritius

What’s the best piece of honeymoon advice you’ve ever been given?

We asked our Twitter followers what they felt the best honeymoon tips and advice for newly-weds was  – and some experts in honeymoons and people who have already had their honeymoons offered their advice.

As experts in providing luxury honeymoons in Mauritius, the Maldives, Madagascar and the Seychelles ourselves, we’ve also given you some of our top tips for planning your dream honeymoon in an earlier blog post.

We’d love to hear which bits of advice below you think are most pertinent – and why not leave a comment with your own tips and advice for people planning their once-in-a-lifetime luxury honeymoon?

@Amanda_Statham on Twitter said:

  • always catch sunset (most romantic part of day)
  • get your luggage delivered to your hotel
  • tell everyone you meet you’re honeymooners (you’ll get great service and freebies)
  • don’t get badly burnt on 1st day (it’s not sexy!)

@honeymoonsblog says:

  • Use a honeymoon gift list and let your friends and family contibute towards the cost of your honeymoon,” while @thehoneymoonpro suggest you should “start off by deciding on your budget – the last thing you want to do is worry about money on your honeymoon.

All great advice. @TurquoiseUK’s top tip was:

  • Decide on your honeymoon together! Make sure it’s what both of you are looking for.

Building on this theme, @joyologie suggests the following:

  • The one thing I always tell my couples is to really go someplace the two of you have never been before — make it a completely new experience for both of you.  That way it’s a special place and has special meaning for both the bride and groom, without the bride being able to also say she was there prior to the honeymoon. I also say, you only have one honeymoon, so make it count.  Go someplace you really want to go and figure out how to get there.  And that includes hotels as well.  Pamper yourself.  Maybe on future trips together you don’t need to spend so much, but it’s a honeymoon — go big!

Here at Constance Hotels Experience, we couldn’t agree more, @joyolgoie.

@MBDP_Tawsha on Twitter collected the following advice for honeymooners:

  • Do exactly what you want! That is the only thing about a wedging that is strictly just about the two of you.
  • Go big! Make your guests at the wedding eat finger foods instead of a 5 course meal if it’ll get you someplace fantastic for your honeymoon :)

And this pearl from @pugetsounddj: “Tradition shows it’s good luck to bring your DJ…”

@lexirob who didn’t manage to take a honeymoon at all told @MBDP_Tawsha:

  • Take one, even if it’s not a week long, tropical destination. Go somewhere together and enjoy your time! We never got to :(

Last but not least, @NickSavageIMT on Twitter said: “Stay at the Le Prince Maurice – thats all you need to do.”

Ah, thanks Nick – we couldn’t agree more, although we’re a little biased, it’s true.

What do you think the most important tip for prospective honeymooners is? Leave a comment below.

Holiday inspiration: the wildlife of Mauritius

Constance Le Prince Maurice Resort, Mauritius

Constance Le Prince Maurice Resort, Mauritius

The tropical island of Mauritius, located around 900km east of Madagascar, is home to some of the most beautiful beaches and rare plant and animal life in the world.

Formed by a series of volcanic eruptions 8-10 million years ago, Mauritius is part of the Mascarene Islands along with Reunion and Rodrigues.

Divided into nine districts, the capital of which is Port Louis in the north, the island is typically tropical around the coast, giving way to forests and mountains further inland.

Temperatures on the island can reach up to 31C during the summer months (December-March), lowering to 21C during the winter (June-September).

Conservation in Mauritius

Most famous for being the home of the now extinct dodo, Mauritius has a high level of wildlife not found in any other part of the world, but due to human activity much of its beautiful plant and animal life, much like the dodo, is dying out.

The beautiful Mauritian Pink Pigeon is a conservation success story

The beautiful Mauritian Pink Pigeon is a conservation success story

The Mauritius kestrel, Mauritius parakeet and pink pigeon (right), all indigenous to the island, have been close to extinction in the past, but thanks to several dedicated conservation areas, numbers have increased.

The island’s main conservation area, the Black River Gorges National Park in the south west, is where visitors will find the most diverse range of flora and fauna endemic to Mauritius.

Acres of protected rainforest are the home to all the island’s indigenous birds, as well as the Mauritian flying fox.

Native plants and flowers

Most of the island’s 670 native species of flowering plants can also be found at Black River Gorges, although the Mauritian national flower, Trochetia Boutoniana, or Boucle d’Oreille, can only be found on the slopes of Le Morne Brabant.

The orange-red bell-like flower grows from June to October and produces a nectar thought to attract geckos. The plant itself can reach up to 3m tall and is relatively rare.

 

A beautiful Takamaka tree

A beautiful Takamaka tree

Other native plants include the Mauritius ebony tree, takamaka tree and various palms, although several introduced plants such as the Chinese guava and frangipani can also be found on the island.

Spectacular coral reefs surround the island, offering a diverse and colourful array of marine life.

A resident pod of dolphins inhabit the area off the coast of Flic en Flac in the west, offering visitors a chance to swim with the friendly creatures, while regular boat excursions and snorkeling and diving trips offer the chance to get up close and personal with other marine life such as turtles, clown ‘Nemo’ fish and even sharks for the more daring visitor.

The turquoise ocean is also home to a raft of other popular fish including tuna, barracuda and lobsters.

For those without sea legs the white Mauritian beaches plays host to a number of beautiful shells washed up from the shores.

About Constance Hotels Experience

Constance Hotels Experience offers luxury holiday experiences in Mauritius, the Maldives, Madagascar and the Seychelles. See our hotel links on the right for more information.

Picture credit: to see more shots like our main featured image, the Tortoise, please see Joachim Mueller’s photostream on Flickr.

Spotlight: Constance Halaveli Resort, Maldives.

Constance Halaveli Resort, Maldives

Constance Halaveli Resort, Maldives

All of our luxury hotels offer something unique and special for our guests. We’ve already told you more about our latest luxury experience in the Maldives – Moofushi, the Jewel Island.

This week, we thought we’d tell you more about our other Maldivian luxury experience – the Constance Halaveli, floating on the North Ari Atoll.

This five star resort is perfect for honeymooning couples, divers, families and those who simply want luxury, peace and quiet. With 86 villas, 3 restaurants and a spa, it’s a wonderful place to relax, recharge and enjoy the peace – perfect for those with a hectic life who are looking to get away from it all.

 

Italian dining experience at Constance Halaveli Resort

Italian dining experience at Constance Halaveli Resort

Luxury dining
As you know, at Constance Hotels, it’s all about the luxury experience – and that extends to our dining experiences. We don’t only want you to enjoy luxury, delicious food, we want this to be an experience you’ll remember and take away with you.

For example, last week, our culinary team at Halaveli brought a touch of Italy to the Maldives, with freshly authentic Italian produce coupled with a unique buffet display.

Not content with this, we also provided our guests with further knowledge about traditional Italian cuisine so they could fully immerse themselves in the dining experience. For the buffet, we also researched and displayed interesting facts about some of Italy’s most infamous dishes.

Dining on Jahaz beach

Dining on Jahaz beachFor the buffet

In addition to our 3 restaurants, no visit to Halaveli would be complete without a romantic dinner on either Jahaz Beach or the reclusive Contemplative Garden.

Friday night BBQs

Friday Nights at Halaveli mean Beach BBQs! Every Friday our teams treat our guests to a casual buffet dinner on Jahaz Beach, with live music and the freshest seafood.

Bonfire on the beach

Bonfire on the beach

There are jazz singers, bonfires on the beach and much more.

Celebrations for everyone

The Constance Halaveli family is made up of a vast range of nationalities and cultures, so we try to embrace as many festivals and events as we can.

For example, last week, we celebrated New Year for Thailand, Nepal, India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.

And last Sunday, we celebrated Easter in various different ways – for example, we have a Black Pearl Hunt at the Constance Belle Mare Plage Hotel in Mauritius.

You can learn more and book online for the Constance Halaveli here.

Top 3 Diving posts for April

Scuba Diving is a real passion of ours here at Constance Resorts Experience. We recently hi-lighted our Top 3 Diving Resorts in the Seychelles and now we would like to highlight some of our favourite blog posts from recent weeks on the subject of diving. Please let us know your thoughts and if you have any content you think we would be interested in please dont hesitate to get in contact with us via Twitter or in the comment section below. In no particular order here they are:

1. Scuba Guru – Expand your consciousness…Dive Anywhere

You don’t have to go on holiday to go diving. PADI’s diving guru gives a rundown of all the other places you can spend your time diving and honing your skills. Diving in your bath tub may not be the height of the scuba experience but it can start to prepare you for a luxurious diving holiday.

2. NDO to take the Dunker Challenge!

This really is extreme diving if ever I have seen it. Best of luck to Jeff Reed with his ‘Escape the Dunker’ Challenge. We wish him even more luck with his efforts in raising his goal of £1m to support the families of serving and former Royal Marines. You can donate to Jeff on his just giving page here.

3. Review: Sunnto D4 Wrist/Dive Computer

Scuba Diver Life have a great review of the Sunnto D4 Dive Computer. The perfect accessory for divers new and old. A great device for giving you all the vital information you will want to know when diving. It even tracks your dive so that you can analyse it later on your PC. I recommend watching the video for  closer look at the features on offer.

Let us know your thoughts in the comments.