Sponsored: Welcome to nature’s playground - C Resorts Today's News

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Remember the simple pleasures of your childhood summers? C Resorts hopes to make guests feel that way again through allowing them to reconnect with their inner child and letting go of adult concerns.

C Resorts frame the raw beauty of the surroundings and harness local cultures to create a natural environment that bring the outside in.

The first C Resort will be C Mauritius at Palmar, which overlooks a beautiful lagoon and sandy beach. The resort will be run on an all-inclusive basis and feature three restaurants, three pools, a spa, and 116 rooms.

The resort offers guests immersive Cignature experiences, with its 12 original guest experiences. These include ‘Cwing’ - grown-up swings scattered throughout the grounds; ‘Cascade’ - a giant musical shower on the beach, ‘Circuit’ - an outdoor fitness studio using equipment made from natural materials; ‘C Trek’ - sociable group hikes; ‘Club House’ - an activity centre on the beach with endless games and giant floating mattresses and ‘Sessions by the C’ - party nights on the beach until the moon rise.

Even the concept of room service will be turned on its head with the addition of ‘Cpicerie’ – a bustling deli and café in the heart of the resort where urban escapists can still order their barista coffees and freshly baked patisseries, taking it out on the beach or soaking up the buzz of the Cpicerie itself.

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