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St. Regis Mauritius

On the south-western side of the island, the soft white sands of Le Morne Beach and its turquoise lagoon create a magical setting where lavishly appointed accommodation and pampering converge amid the many charms of Mauritius.

The St. Regis Mauritius Resort is a five-star luxury resort with 172 guest rooms and suites with breathtaking views over the Indian Ocean waters. It is the first property of the legendary St Regis brand in the Indian Ocean, and is located in the southwestern side of the island of Mauritius.

The stunning and spacious rooms and suites are set within two-storey pavilions scattered along the beachfront and in the gardens. Junior Suites are set in tropical gardens while Beachfront Junior Suites offer direct beach access and beautiful sunset views. The impressive Oceanview Manor House Suite is hugely spacious and features an in-room spa facility for two – perfect for romantic couple’s massages. For the ultimate in luxury opt for the fantastic St. Regis Villa which sits right on the oceanfront.


Four Seasons Mauritius

In the heart of the Indian Ocean, Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita welcomes guests to a luxurious tropical sanctuary, where greetings of warm smiles and gentle lagoon breezes fill each day.

An ideal retreat for an upmarket sunshine break where an over-water spa, world-class dining and Four Seasons' legendary service coalesce to create a perfect environment for relaxing in style. The spacious villas are exceedingly private; all come with their own pools and many have views of the surrounding lagoon.

Open the door to a luxury resort villa filled with sunlight, natural wood furnishings and sublime views of mountains, mangroves and the azure-coloured beachfronts. Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita is a place of quiet seclusion to rest, do business or relax after a long day of sightseeing, shopping and sports.



Le Saint Géran


In the Indian Ocean, just off the southeast coast of Madagascar, surrounded by endless beaches and azure lagoons, lies Mauritius. Here, nestled peacefully in the serenity of its own secluded peninsula, is One&Only Le Saint Géran. Its stately gates welcome guests into a Mauritian garden paradise of friendly calm and easy luxury.

162 suites and one villa with exquisite taste and grand opulence blend with state-of-the-art technology. All rooms feature a private terrace or balcony facing the ocean or lagoon, and a back door opening onto a tropical garden. Spacious bathrooms are beautifully appointed, with great cascading showers. All guests enjoy personalised 24-hour butler service.

Go for a dive to watch an underwater world, electric with colour, come to life. Spot a very rare Mauritius kestrel or pink pigeon. Let swimming and snorkelling shape long lazy days. Roam fragrant gardens framed by hundreds of coconut palms. Float on calm lagoon waters. Kitesurf the reef waves or water-ski. Settle into sun-soaked coral sands. A state of absolute calm envelops you in restful ambience. This is a place known for welcoming back generations of families year after year.



Beyond the pristine beaches and clear waters of this Indian Ocean island nation, you will discover a seductive fusion of Asian, African, French, and British cultures and a unique natural beauty throughout. Luxury hotels on white sand beaches with volcanic mountain backdrops occupy history-filled sites where pirates once roamed in the 17th and 18th centuries. The stunning coast rings a less-explored yet spectacular interior: tall swaying grasses of seemingly endless sugar-cane plantations, forested ridges and gorges, bright tropical flowers and palm trees, green meadows and arable land. Plentiful water sports, world-class spas, top-flight golf courses, and gourmet cuisine may make it hard to leave the hotel, but Mauritius has plenty to see and do. You’ll find a plethora of activities from touring Indian temples, French colonial houses, and botanical gardens to riding quad bikes, zip-lining, and horseback riding to bird-watching, wildlife parks, and swimming with dolphins. Mauritians are renowned for their diversity and hospitality, and visitors to the islands rave about the extraordinary service. It’s heavenly, indeed!