Business Traveller has partnered with Le Méridien Ile Maurice to offer one lucky reader and guest a three-night bed and breakfast stay at the Mauritian resort hotel.
Beautifully positioned alongside 1km of sandy beach on the northwest coast of the island, Le Méridien Ile Maurice has a long history of reference in the Mauritian hospitality landscape.
Featuring a unique design, the resort maintains its rich heritage while surprising its guests with inspired multicultural local artwork and sensory experiences, creating a stimulating environment and an inspirational hotspot for travellers from all continents and art-lovers in search of tropical inspiration.
The resort boasts 261 rooms stylishly spread along the beach, giving an exceptional feeling of space and relaxation. All guests benefit from the breathtaking view over the Indian Ocean directly from their private balcony and admire the inspirational sunset every evening.
Our fully renovated modern rooms, innovative restaurant concepts and state of the art extensive meeting facilities contrast with a tropical lush garden and the magnificent Indian Ocean turquoise lagoon, encouraging an active discovery of the Island for the curious traveller.
Le Méridien Ile Maurice redefines tropical resorts, inspiration is everywhere. For more information visit lemeridien-mauritius.com.
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Terms and conditions
- The prize is for a three-night stay for two people, including breakfast, at Le Méridien Ile Maurice
- The stay must be taken by December 20, 2022
- The prize is subject to availability, and excludes Easter and the Mid Term Holidays period
- Entries for this competition close at 2359 BST on May 31, 2022
- Only one entry per user – all subsequent entries will be discarded