Reviews of Anantara Bazaruto
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Anantara Bazaruto review
top notch resort
- too much use of plastic little drinking water bottles - should use safari camp system of handing out metal water bottle (with your name on it) for use during stay - and have filling stations - would cut use of plastic bottles in half.
food amazing, service over the top - sometimes too much - no need to replace towels every day (didnt use on floor system)
This island resort was a perfect antidote to recover from a dusty African safari.
We did stay in the luxury villas which are magnificent and really do give you a sense of desert island paradise.
We had a great family break and would recommend the Paradise Island snorkeling and kayaking on the wonderfully warm Indian Ocean.
The staff are attentive and the seafood exquisite.
Anantara Bazaruto review
AMAZING! Stayed in 215 up the hill and absolutely loved the place.... fabulous staff.....wonderful food......incredible views and beachfront location.
Plenty to do: diving was very well run, horse riding too. Wish we could have stayed longer.
Downsides? Tennis courts needed some TLC but nothing else
Lovely beach resort and spa
Indigo Bay is a very nice resort and I enjoyed my stay. My beach villa was almost as large as my apartment and also had a veranda and a small yard of sorts. All of the personnel were very nice and friendly. The spa was very, very nice and had amazing views.
As a head's up for other travelers, most of the activities are not included in the room rate and the activity fees are not nominal. The spa prices are comparable to the spa prices in the U.S. That said, I enjoyed the activities I did, particularly the day trip to Santa Carolina Island. I also enjoyed the spa service I had.
Indigo Bay review
very nice place . Rooms are very good , Staff is very nice , good food .
the only downside for me was the water in front of the hotel . Beach is nice but there were a lot of seaweed in the water . Not quite what i expected when you see the brochure or when you fly to get there . Don t worry you can still swim it s not that bad !
Expert Africa comments
Most of the beaches that we feature have occasions through the year when seaweed is washed up. This is completely natural, and it depends on the tides and the weather. Sadly, it’s impossible for us to predict precisely.
We’re sorry that these travellers seem to have visited during such a time at Indigo Bay – although we don’t believe that, on average, Indigo Bay has any more seaweed washed up around its beaches than anywhere else on the east coast of Africa.