No problem mate.
The best guy of all to get advice from on Mauritius is Nico, a local who you can get in touch with through this forum.
But in my humble opinion....it really depends what you are looking for.
Le Morne has a better range of conditions than the east coast lagoons because it has waves. But it also has crowds. Wind wise, it's there or thereabouts, picks up maybe a few more knots on clear, sunny marginal days.
Hotel wise, the Indian Resort is on site at Le Morne. A fine establishment if I was travelling with some mates, but a completely different league to something like the Residence which is a properly nice world class actual (not Egyptian scale!) 5 star accommodation. Took my wife down there for a few nights, she couldn't wait to get back to the Residence.
For me, the Residence is great because the lagoon is beautiful, the beach is postcard perfect and I get to launch right outside my room and kite by myself. The food is also very very good.
There are some good hotels near Le morne, Paradis seems to be well liked, but for me, I want my launch 20m away, not a short drive.....
Nico has his own business in a different spot, which I think also has waves. You'd do well to speak to him, I've spent a lot of time in Mauritius and always kick myself for not exploring more.
Finally, wind wise, I've been there many times, including about 10 weeks last year. Generally getmabout 60-70 percent of days kiting, mainly 10m but plenty of 7m as well. It's windy! Bizarrely this year, for the first time got completely skunked, was there for 3 weeks in May and got one, yes one, good day. But that was completely bizarre and weird.....
Like I say, talk to Nico, youll get good imformation......