Ratings based on 16 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.4 Room cleanliness
4.7 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
4.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Nice hotel and friendly staffPosted Nov 3, 2013
Pros: Location and friendly staff
Cons: More choice on the all inclusive
Location: Casela Park, where you can walk with the lions, was only 10 minutes away by taxi. The park was well worth a visit.
Food was good and hotel clean. Activities were also good, with sail boats, canoes and peddle boats on the sea. Outside of the all inclusive the food and drinks were expensive; we upgraded to the all inclusive when we got there.
for Everyoneby Achim from South Africa
Perfect location, the beach is just the best.Posted Oct 31, 2013
Pros: Location to the beach and Flic en Flaq town
Cons: Rooms are a bit dated but are fine
Location: Shopping at Flic en Flaq
for Everyoneby Fran from Western Australia
Five Stars!Posted Oct 22, 2013
Pros: The lawns and gardens, the large pools, the style and grandeur feel and not feeling crowded in by other guests and the delicious quality of the buffet
Cons: Kids Club was tucked away in the far corner of the Resort and it was a long walk to visit our son regularly. Our Superior Room could have been bigger.
Location: We love the area of Flic en Flac but the beach was not good for swimming. We were told La Pirogue had snorkelling beach, but we ran out of time to try
After initial concerns about the two storey/terraced accommodation and the potential for excessive noise we were well satisfied with the beautiful resort. We only heard the guests upstairs once (scraping chair, high heels). The rooms were stylish and luxurious. We booked a Superior Room, but thought it would be a bit larger. My sister had a Standard Room which was upstairs with a balcony which was beautiful. Also, our bar fridge seemed to not work properly as the drinks were not very cold, even after one of the staff came to check it. The buffet was excellent (despite the first night being "Italian" and not what we were expecting for our first dinner) but the rest of the nights made up for it as it was followed by Mauritian, French, Indian, Fishermans etc. The buffet breakfast was top quality and with excellent variety. All the staff were delightful! From the first greeting at reception, the "lifeguards" at the pool, the waiters at poolside and the unforgettable staff at Kids Club, we thank them for making our stay very memorable. We did have one dinner at the sister hotel next door (La Pirogue) and even though this hotel too is beautiful and traditionally Mauritian, the buffet at Sugar Beach was far better.
for Couplesby Davor from Croatia
Great beach, great staff, great holidays overallPosted Jul 26, 2013
Pros: Staff, room, beach, food
Location: La PIrogue hotel, sister hotel to Sugar Beach is close by and it is nice change to have lunch there occasionally as it has bit different setting
Never ever have I felt treated so nicely and with personal touch as in Sugar Beach. Although this is big sized hotel, with staff's efforts we have been made feeling nice and special - very boutique-hotel like. After few days staff knew our names, preferences, nothing was problem for them, they really went the extra mile. Perhaps this had to do with the fact we were getting married in hotel, nevertheless, we were treated fantastic. Nice, spacious clean room, close to picture perfect beach in combination with excellent food...can it be better then this?
for Everyoneby Maria from Edinburgh, Scotland
Great hotelPosted Jul 12, 2013
Pros: Beautiful hotel and fantastic e staff
I recently spent eight nights here with my 2 daughters. We shared a superior room which had 2 queen beds and an additional 'rollout' bed. This made space a bit tight but overall the room was great. We were on the ground floor with a lovely terrace overlooking a beautiful lawn and the beach beyond. From the moment we arrived the staff could not have done more to make us feel welcome. They were all polite, friendly and attentive. The complex is beautiful and very well kept. We were half board but after the first evening when we realised how expensive drinks were (£27 for 3 vodkas), we upgraded to all inclusive. Initially I had thought we could walk into Flic en Flac in the evening but it's too far (could go by taxi). We therefore spent each evening in the hotel bar Tides which had some okay entertainment. It was much cooler in the evenings than we'd expected so I would recommend trousers if you're there in July/ August. Day time was very hot. All the food was lovely- an extensive choice at the evening buffet with a different theme each night so it never became too samey! We ate at the Italian restaurant one night which was really lovely. The facilities at the hotel are great and we did some of the water sports which was really good fun. Organising day trips was really easy and much cheaper than I had seen online before going. We did the catamaran day trip which was amazing and the swimming with dolphins early morning trip. Definitely worth doing. Overall a brilliant hotel.
for Everyoneby Fiona from Dubai
Great hotel, highly recommendedPosted Jun 4, 2013
Pros: The amazing swimming pool in the centre of the resort plus the quiet pool further along and of course the beach, white powdery sand and turquoise sea.
Cons: Mosquitos on the balcony.
Location: There are some tourist shops and supermarkets 10 minutes walk from the resort although no pavement on the road.
We stayed in this hotel for 5 days in May and would recommend it thoroughly. The staff were very attentive and helpful and always pleasant and polite. Our room was spotlessly clean all the time. The food was delicious, particularly at Citronella Cafe. It's really hard to find something critical to say. Mosquitos around the balcony would be the only thing but even that wasn't an issue as the grounds of the hotel are so gorgeous that we were always out and about and never wanting to sit outside the room. The main swimming pool was huge and there was never any trouble getting a sun lounger, even one of the ones in the water! There's a lovely walk either along the beach or through the trees to the neighbouring hotel La Pirogue and guests at Sugar Beach can use all the facilities there too. All in all, wonderful holiday, great hotel, highly recommended.
for Personal Eventby Tom from London
Beautiful beach and surroundingsPosted May 14, 2013 on Hotels.com
I would recommend going for the standard room. The extra price for a superior room isn't really worth it unless you want a separate shower/bath. The beach and resort grounds are beautiful and very well maintained. Highly recommend taking advantage of the free water sports (kayaking, snorkeling, peddle boat etc). Buffet breakfast and theme night dinners were pretty good as well. Drinks (not included in the half board) are VERY expensive. Recommend buying water from the supermarkets or bringing your own bottle. (hotel charges .75 litre water for 125 rupees!)
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Dec 19, 2012 on Hotels.com
Great spot, very nice facilities (pool, gym, tennis courts, beach chairs etc.). The included buffet meals were excellent although service to get a beer with dinner was slow. Saw 2 weddings happen on the beach in the span of a few hours, very picturesque.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
AmazingPosted Dec 7, 2012
Wonderful stay! Except not enough lights at night.
for Everyoneby James from Cayman Islands
Great place for a getawayPosted Dec 6, 2012
Very nice hotel with beautiful grounds, pool and beach. The rooms were comfortable and well appointed. The quality of the food buffets was excellent.