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Tamassa Hotel

Situated at Bel Ombre, in the southwest of Mauritius, Tamassa is a spacious 4-star hotel that sets out to provide a contemporary setting for a young clientele that likes to be different. All the rooms, housed in a set of villas, face the sea. They are arranged in three arcs, two around large swimming pools with a beach and the third on the seafront.

All the common areas, on the other hand, are grouped together in village style, with a view of the sea to one side and on the other sugarcane fields running all the way to the foothills of the mountains. It’s all quite magical - a fabulous shoreline, lush greenery, rare tree specimens, flowering shrubs and plants, and turquoise waters.

Location: Bel Ombre

Resturants and bars

In its restaurants, Tamassa specialises in Western and Oriental dishes from different countries, for savours from around the world. The team of Naiade cooks is led by Stephane Jean, a great French chef, who has been with the Group for more than five years.
Main Resturant Show
(7 a.m. - 10. a.m. and 12 p.m. - 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. - 10.00 p.m.)
Beams of light from gobos (What is a Gobo) illuminate the pure, contemporary lines of the interior where shades of orange merge into rounded lines and cubic shapes. The main restaurant is divided into three and has three open kitchens. The main restaurant offers a range of international cuisine, with buffet breakfasts, “a la carte “lunches and buffet dinning. A Healthy food bar features juice and fresh fruit for breakfast and salads at lunch and dinner. A traditional pizza oven occupies another part of the food corner, where sandwiches are also
available. In the same area, there are two raised food stations, the Oriental one specialising in Japanese and South
east Asian cuisine (either Thai, Malaysian, Indonesian, Singaporean or Hong Kong Chinese), as well as Indian or
Lebanese. The European food station features pasta, grills and roasts. Gala Dinners are served 2 or 3 times a week
with a table d’hôte menu.
Seats 300

(12 p.m. – 3.30 p.m. and 7.30 p.m. - 10.30 p.m.)
This is the place to relax with your feet in the sand, watching the sea, having a hearty salad lunch or enjoying the Latin cuisine. The dinner menu varies from themed evenings to buffets and “à la carte.”The accent is on South American food, as well as tapas, and churascos, tortillas and so on, with an aroma of salsa in the air!
The evening concept varies from a la carte to themed evenings with Creole, Brazilian and Mexican buffets as well as traditional Mauritian evenings.
Seats 65

(10 a.m. – 11.30 p.m.)
The main bar is split-level, with a unique décor combining contemporary and traditional touches. The wooden bar counter is at table-height and the bar itself is surrounded by large, comfortable armchairs. White and turquoise predominate in the colour scheme, offset by wood, steel and glass fittings, to create a feeling of warm, contemporary elegance.
From the ceiling, globes of light add to the subtle atmosphere and reflect in the ivory-coloured flooring, studded with bluish decorative tiling. The Lounge Bar offers a selection of cocktails, rums, beers and spirits of international brands.
Seats 150