Lodges

Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita

Honeymoon and family friendly fun in a pleasurable paradise

Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita

What was once a sugar plantation stretching out into the east corner of the island know as Beau Champ is now the site of a sprawling Four Seasons resort. Surrounded by tropical waters and lagoons and flanked by a signature Gary Player designed golf course amidst swaying palm trees, it does not get more island style than this. Getting around by bicycle keeps your fitness levels up and sterling service with plenty to occupy you in and out of the water the size of the resort won't matter, there are plenty of nooks and hammocks to while away the days.

At the lodge

The hotel

A long sweeping road flanked by palm trees and the golf course ends at a simple,stylish main lobby facing the lagoon, a prelude to your days ahead. There is a slight feel of suburbia but with three different onsite restaurants and two beaches on either side you have plenty of privacy. Large open-sided thatch pavilions dotted with sun loungers lead down to horizon swimming pools and the ocean side. By night the resort lights up in spectacularly romanic fashion.

The rooms

123 villas are scattered along the edges of the lagoon and facing the beach, modern and stylish with all the amenities you would expect from a five star resort. Soft, natural colour pallets are used throughout, with contemporary tropical furnishings and a charming outdoor garden shower. The ocean villas are the reason you stay here, with each having an unobstructed ocean view from a private plunge pool and sitting area-you are never going to want to leave your room.

On safari

Experiences

There are plenty of activities to to keep the entire family busy; from a teens club and kids club to an expansive golf course that you can use as much as you like. Two tennis courts, plenty of beach activities like snorkelling and sport fishing and a fully equipped gym with exercises classes will ensure you are able to do work off any overindulgence easily. Try the cooking classes to get a taste for Mauritian cuisine.

When to go

Mauritius by month

January

Season: Wet

February

Season: Wet

March

Season: Wet

April

Season: Wet

May

Season: Dry

June

Season: Dry

July

Season: Dry

August

Season: Dry

September

Season: Dry

October

Season: Dry

November

Season: Dry

December

Season: Wet

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