The Oberoi Mauritius
The Oberoi Mauritius lies along Turtle Bay on the north-west coast of the island. Set in over 20 acres of beautiful gardens with an impressive 600 metres of beachfront, the resort overlooks the enticing turquoise water of the Indian Ocean. The hotel is 15 kilometres away from the capital city of Port Louis and near the buzzing small town of Grand Baie, great for those who want a bit more than just a beach resort.
- Impeccable staff
- Ideal for honeymooners
- Complimentary non-motorised water sports
- PADI certified dive centre
LocationPointe aux Biches, Mauritius
How to get there
Fly into Sir Seewoosagar Ramgoolam International Airport with daily flights by Air Mauritius, Air France, British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Condor and Emirates. The airport is a 55-minute drive from the hotel.
Best time to go
The most pleasant times to visit Mauritius are between April and June and also between September and December. Mauritius is located in the southern hemisphere, therefore the summer and winter months are the opposite to those of Europe.
Nestled in 20 acres of lush sub-tropical gardens are 76 spacious thatched pavilions and villas, some of which boast their own private pools and walled gardens. The resort's architecture reflects the island's cultural fusion of Asia, Africa and Europe and offers every luxury a holidaymaker should want - great water sports, a stunning holistic spa, fine dining and charming staff.
- Private pools in most suites
- Fitness centre
- Tennis courts
On The Rocks Restaurant - On The Rocks offers a breathtaking view of the Indian Ocean and offers light salads, pasta, pizzas, sandwiches and BBQ grilled meals. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner.
The Restaurant - The Restaurant features a soaring roof of palm-thatched timbers and panoramic views across the Indian Ocean. Dine inside among the pillars or outside under the stars on a fabulous menu featuring European, Oriental and Creole dishes reflecting the multicultural flavour of the island and introducing fresh local fruits, vegetables and spices. With exotic flowers, candles flickering on the surface of the pool, the strange evening song of the frogs and the spectacular sunsets, guests could be forgiven for thinking they had gone to heaven.
Luxury Pavilion - This air-conditioned thatched Luxury Pavilion includes a spacious bedroom and sitting area with a choice of either a king-size bed or Hollywood twin beds. Each Pavilion has a spacious terrace for private dining and overlooks the gardens and the Indian Ocean.
Luxury Villa with Private Garden - Set within a walled sub-tropical garden, the villa has an open air-dining pavilion also set amidst a lush garden, where one can enjoy al fresco dining.
Luxury Villa with Private Pool - These villas offer all the features of The Luxury Villa but also have their own swimming pool, measuring 8 x 4.5 metres, set within the walled courtyard garden.
Royal Villa with Private Pool - Elegant interiors and uninterrupted ocean views make the Royal Villas exclusive retreats. Located within a lush tropical garden of over 650 square metres, it has an elegantly appointed living room overlooking a 55 square metre private pool and the Indian Ocean as well as a separate bedroom which offers breathtaking views of the sea. It also has an open air thatched dining pavilion providing the ideal setting for al fresco dining. The Royal Villa comes with an option of either an adjacent Luxury Villa with garden or an adjacent Luxury Pavilion.
- Fitness centre
- A range of water sports and recreation like wind surfing, water skiing, diving and sailing
The resort welcomes children with water sports they can enjoy and up to two children under 8 years old can stay in their parents' room with no extra charge. Extra beds are complimentary.