The Oberoi Mauritius
Located a comfortable fifteen kilometres from the capital, Port Louis, The Oberoi, Mauritius sits amidst twenty acres of lush, sub-tropical garden, and enjoys an unrivalled position on the shores of Turtle Bay – a natural marine park with a vibrant coral reef. The hotel has access to six hundred metres of combed, white sand beaches, which are blessed with views of magnificent sunsets, every day. The hotel also houses four national monuments that date back to the French Colonial period and together make up a battery that was an integral part of the defence system of Mauritius. The main gunpowder store now serves as an exclusive dining space.
The pavilions and villas at The Oberoi, Mauritius are sheltered by charming thatched roofs and afforded magnificent views across the Indian Ocean or hotel’s lush, sub-tropical garden. They feature rustic oak and natural cane furniture, wall-to-wall windows and marble bathrooms which look out onto private, walled gardens.
ROYAL VILLA WITH PRIVATE POOL
The Royal Villa features a king-sized master bedroom, a comfortable living room and an exquisite bathroom with private courtyard views. Spread across 7000 square feet (650 square metres), the villa also includes a 650 square feet (60 square metres) garden with a traditional thatched dining pavilion, where guests can experience 24-hour private dining.
LUXURY VILLA WITH PRIVATE POOL
Spread across 3230 square feet (300 square metres), these villas encompass a splendid, king-sized bedroom and plush furnished living area, work space and sunken marble bathroom. From the private courtyard garden, guests can immerse in the azure waters of their own swimming pool, or enjoy spectacular sea views from the dining pavilion.
LUXURY VILLA WITH PRIVATE GARDEN
Luxury Villas are set within a private, walled garden that features an open-air dining pavilion for up to four diners. From the wall-to-wall windows of the Luxury Villas, guests can enjoy verdant views of their private sub-tropical garden. Savour an espresso coffee, a glass of fine wine or fresh, tropical fruit while learning about the 200 species of plants that are nurtured, from the book placed in this residence.
Guests are afforded unparalleled views across the Indian Ocean from the thatched bedroom and living space of the Luxury Pavilions. From the comfort of an armchair or sofa, guests can enjoy an espresso coffee, a glass of fine wine or 24-hour in-room dining after a day of snorkelling or sailing on Turtle Bay.
Guests can enjoy unique dining experiences in the fantastic al fresco restaurants and bars at The Oberoi, Mauritius. Located in traditional thatched roof structures, The Restaurant and The Bar offer spectacular views across the Indian Ocean, while from On the Rocks, diners can almost dip their toes in the ocean. A stylish, al fresco dining space that overlooks the Indian Ocean and twinkling lights of Port Louis harbour, The Restaurant encompasses a traditional, thatched roof pavilion and dining under the stars. Guests are welcomed by enchanting wooden bird sculptures and will be mesmerised by the azure reflection pool that is lit by magnificent flaming torches at night. The Restaurant is a formal dining venue, serving Creole, International and Asian cuisine.
Secluded by indigenous trees and framed by a lush tropical garden, the spa at The Oberoi, Mauritius is an oasis-within-an-oasis of tranquillity. Therapies include Ayurvedic, Western, Thai, Balinese and Oberoi signature treatments that harmonise modern sciences and ancient philosophies. Guests can also experience hatha yoga, breathing exercises, t’ai chi and meditation.
The fantastic Gunpowder Room, open for dinner twice a week, is a magnificent, restored French colonial battery and a recognised national monument.