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The hotel's architecture seamlessly blends natural materials like stone, wood and thatch to ensure the building barely intrudes on the idyllic environment. The 600m-long beach stretches along 3 individual curves of white sand and the entire area is enclosed within a protected marine park. The Oberoi Spa provides luxurious pampering in exceptional private rooms and there's a wide range of treatments to choose from. The stunning dining room offers panoramic views across the Indian Ocean, accompanied by an exceptional menu of local and international gourmet cuisine and fine wines.
Where is it?
Set in subtropical gardens along Turtle Bay on the northwest coast of Mauritius. Transfer time from airport: 55 min.
2 Restaurants - The restaurant with alfresco and interior areas serving a mix of European, Indian and Mauritian cuisines and The Lagoon Pool Restaurant offering light lunch options. Swimming pool. Tennis. Oberoi Spa with outdoor suites for couples, steam bath and beauty parlour. The resort has a range of motorised and non-motorised water sports including water-skiing, wind surfing, sailing and snorkelling. Painting, cooking, sculpting classes. Nature walks. Wine tasting and Henna painting.
71 individual Luxury Pavillion Rooms with private terrace and Luxury Villas-most with romantic dining gazebo, private swimming pool and spectacular sea views. All with air-conditioning, satellite TV, DVD player, wi-fi internet access, tea/coffee maker, fully stocked mini-bar, safe, sunken marble baths and hairdryer. Each Pavillion room and villa has a king-size 4-poster bed, sleeping max 2 adults and 1 child. Luxury Villas are set within a lush walled garden, whilst the Luxury Villas with pool get their own pool to use.