Best Resorts in Mauritius

1. Shangri-La’s Le Touessrok Resort 

 

Shangri-reputation La’s for its intense comfort, warm personal care, and food and design elements influenced by Asia is well known from seasoned travelers to Asia (and Paris, London, and Toronto). The idyllic Le Touessrok Resort & Spa in Shangri-La (one of the largest tourist resorts on the island) occupies its own peninsula on the east coast of Trou d’Eau Douce Bay.

 

The resort of Shangri-La has 200 rooms and suites, along with three villas on the beach, situated in six separate beach areas. All rooms have a sea view with private terraces or balconies, while some rooms have sandy views.

 

2. Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita

 

Like some other resorts, the Shangri-La has its own islet called Ilot Mangenie, which is slightly built. The region provides more beach resorts with Butler services, a restaurant, a hotel spa outpost, and two 18-hole golf courses.

 

The Shangri-Chi La’s the Spa is situated back in the main resort, and provides a range of organic, local food and conventional care treatments. There are many therapies with an Asian-inspired mind, skin, and body.

 

There are five different choices for restaurants when you’re hungry. The resort does something called Dine by Design and its chef prepares a special dinner for your preference. Under the Stars, you can also make your dinner on the private island and enjoy a butler with a fireworks display right after dinner. 

 

The Four Seasons Resort Mauritius is a resort in Anahita, on the east coast of the island on its very own isolated lagoon.

 

The villas are ranging from one to five bedrooms and include a private swimming pool, an open-air shower, and a solarium. Premium villas overlook the sea, while regular villas overlook the gardens.

 

For golfers, the Four Seasons have two tough courses, one designed by Ernie Els and one designed by Bernhard Langer (greens charge for guests).

 

In the safe lake, there are also great water sports that can be enjoyed easily. The resort has a snorkeling tour twice a day that allows visitors to discover the reef with a guided tour. The Four Seasons also includes a maritime exploration program that offers visitors the opportunity to learn more about the local climate.

 

3. Heritage Le Telfair Golf

The Heritage Le Telfair Golf & Wellness Resort is your best luxury option if you want to pair golf with your Mauritius holiday. The Heritage Le Telfair, one of the three heritage resorts on the island, is a more refined, luxurious luxury hotel experience. There are only 158 suites in the all-suite beach resort.

 

Accommodations are tropical/colonial, with welcoming wood floors, four-poster beds, and bathrooms. The Mauritian beach houses have been constructed to replicate them. They are installed in garden suites with sea view suites that lead to sandy terraces. The golf course also provides accommodation with butler and unlimited golf.

 

Between the mountains and the lagoon, like a tropical pebble beach, this highly-rated 18-hole course is located.

 

In addition to the beach and the golf course, the resorts offer a vast nature reserve that can be explored on foot, by jeep or by ATV. Picnics can be scheduled at the resort. The nearby UNESCO Biosphere Bel Ombre is also accessible, with guided walks to nature.

 

The Seven Colors Spa in Telfair focuses on whole-body healing and wellbeing with a wide-ranging menu of treatments, nutrition, and attention.

 

There are 12 different dining options for all types of cuisine and all types of formality (fine dining to beach cafés) between the three Heritage resorts, all located near each other in the Domaine de Bel Ombre district.

 

4. Heritage Awali Golf

Awali has a stunning 18 hole golf course and a huge spa in another heritage resort property. The Awali concentrates on the families and on relaxation and sports while Le Telfair is more spa-like. It is all-inclusive and provides many events for families and children. In the room of your parents, two children under 12 years of age remain free.

 

There is a children’s club, a children’s club, and a youth activity program, where most of the days are tracked. Free WiFi in the resort and a free shuttle service to other Heritage resorts can be enjoyed.

 

Rooms and suites provide an African safari feel with simple gardens and rooms and suites with a higher class view over the ocean. Sandy beachside suites are also available, as well as a large private villa with a private beach. Both rooms have balconies or terraces furnished.

 

A fantastic buffet and a variety of different restaurants can be enjoyed in the Awali resort and the three different resorts have access to 12 different restaurants. One highlight at the Awali is Boma, the fireplace at night, and an outdoor restaurant with drummers of Africa.

 

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