Lodges

The Oberoi Mauritius

Luxury resort set amid lush, sub-tropical gardens on the beachfront

The Oberoi Mauritius

The Oberoi, Mauritius is an idyllic luxury resort with thatched-roof villas on the shores of Turtle Bay, a natural marine park with a vibrant coral reef. You'll find this beautiful lodge just fifteen kilometres from the capital, Port Louis. The resort sits amidst twenty acres of lush, sub-tropical gardens, and has access to six hundred metres of white sand beaches. It is also home to four national monuments dating back to the French Colonial period -including The Gunpowder Room which serves dinner twice a week. There are two gourmet restaurants, a spa, a gym and a floodlit tennis court on the premises.

At the lodge

The hotel

There are two gourmet restaurants at the hotel. The Restaurant and Bar is located in a traditional thatched- roof pavilion and offers spectacular views across the Indian Ocean. It serves Creole, International and Asian cuisine. On the Rocks is located on dark volcanic rocks that extend into the ocean and diners can almost dip their toes in the water. The Gunpowder Room, is a magnificent, restored French colonial battery and national monument. It is open for dinner twice a week.

The rooms

The villas have charming thatched roofs and are decorated in natural palettes. They feature rustic oak and natural cane furniture and are adorned with photographs of local places and artefacts. Every room has a four-poster bed. The marble bathrooms have showers and sunken baths and boast wall-to-wall windows which look out onto private, walled gardens. High speed WiFi access, an iPod dock, satellite television, an espresso coffee maker and an electronic safe are provided. Some villas have private pools.

On safari

Experiences

The area is renowned for its water sports which include diving, waterskiing, windsurfing and sailing on Turtle Bay. On the premises, you can have a refreshing workout at the two pools, the fully-equipped fitness centre or the floodlit tennis courts. Indulge in the gourmet cuisine at the unique restaurants and end your day by enjoying the breathtaking sunsets at the sandy beach. The resort also offers a daily programme of complimentary, culinary, artistic and spiritual activities to keep you occupied.

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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