SALT of Palmar, an Adult only Boutique hotel

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This fabulous adult only eco-resort is set on the white sand beach of Palmar, close to Belle Mare on the east coast of Mauritius. Designed with a humanistic approach to hospitality for the culturally conscious traveller, SALT connects its guests to locals and their way of life. The resort also promotes zero single-use plastic products, 100% organic linen in guest rooms, has its own farm and the hotel restaurant features meals created from freshly selected ingredients from local farms and co-operatives which support farming communities. All manner of leisure facilities on both and land and sea ensure you can stay active, if you're not content to laze on your balcony, bask beside the pool or relax on the sands.


  • 59 rooms
  • restaurant
  • bakery
  • 3 bars
  • swimming pool
  • spa
  • fitness centre
  • watersports
  • bicycle hire
  • yoga
  • immersive activities programme
  • library
  • the SALT farm nearby
  • free WiFi


In garden view rooms with rain shower, yoga mat and block, all natural locally-produced toiletries, safe and balcony or terrace.

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Sea view rooms * bang on beach rooms * spacious pool plus rooms * larger best on beach rooms.


Breakfast. Half board also available.


1 hour from Mauritius airport.


Children 16 years and over are welcome.

7 nights from £1249
  • Travel included
  • Breakfast
  • Extranight price £69

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