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Club Med Plantation D'Albion

At a Glance

    Pros

  • all-inclusive
  • well-priced by Mauritius standards

    Cons

  • lots and lots of families

Club Med Plantation D'Albion Review

Plantation D'Albion, on the island's northwestern coast about 10 km (6 miles) south of the capital Port Louis, opened in 2007 and is a stylish departure from the previous Club Med property here, which was well-positioned but basic. Low-set and blending in with the lush tropical surroundings and adjoining sugarcane fields, the main resort is contained in two-story buildings in the garden or on the beachfront. Rooms closest to the ocean have outdoor showers, huge square bathtubs, and king bedrooms that open out onto a balcony or terrace. The adults-only "Zen" pool is cantilevered over boulders by the sea, and a restaurant serves three meals daily. While the club's free activities are a hit with families (there are three kids clubs for different ages, plus a nursery for babies), the resort has private villas (complete with butler service) that feel a world away from family action.

    Contact Information

  • Address: Avenue Du Club Med, Albion, Port Louis
  • Phone: 230/206–0700
  • Website:
  • Location: Mauritius

    Hotel Details

  • 266 rooms.
  • Rate includes all meals, all-inclusive.
Updated: 01-17-2013

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