Located a comfortable fifteen kilometers from the capital, Port Louis, The Oberoi, Mauritius sits amidst twenty acres of lush, sub-tropical garden, and enjoys an unrivalled position on the shores of Turtle Bay – a natural marine park with a vibrant coral reef.
The hotel has access to six hundred metres of combed, white sand beaches, which are blessed with views of magnificent sunsets, every day.
The hotel also houses four national monuments that date back to the French Colonial period and together make up a battery that was an integral part of the defense system of Mauritius.
This 70 m²air-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.
Every room features a romantic four-poster bed. Wooden slatted ceilings and wall-to-wall restful neutral tones contribute to a feeling of relaxed grandeur. Each bathroom has a separate shower stall and a sunken bath in palest marble overlooking an open-air walled garden.
Further amenities include satellite television & DVD player, Wireless internet access, Electronic safe, Direct dial telephone, Personal bar, 24 hours private dining, I-Pod docking station, Nespresso Coffee Machine as well as fresh fruits and flowers every day.
Maximum occpupancy: 2 adults and 1 child below 12 years of age
Food and Beverages
Guests can enjoy unique dining experiences in the fantastic al fresco restaurants and bars at The Oberoi, Mauritius.
A stylish, al fresco dining space that overlooks the Indian Ocean and twinkling lights of Port Louis harbour, The Restaurant encompasses a traditional, thatched roof pavilion and dining under the stars. Guests are welcomed by enchanting wooden bird sculptures and will be mesmerised by the azure reflection pool that is lit by magnificent flaming torches at night. The Restaurant is a formal dining venue, serving Creole, International and Asian cuisine. It is open for breakfast and dinner.
On the Rocks
On the Rocks is a truly unique dining venue. Located on top of dark volcanic rocks that extend into the ocean, guests can hear the waves crashing beneath them and almost dip their toes in the waters as they savour fresh sea food from the live grill, salads, pasta and wood-fired pizza. Guests, who have had a successful day’s fishing on Turtle Bay can also have their catch cooked by the chefs, according to their preference. On the Rocks is open for lunch and dinner. A prior reservation is required.
The Bar is housed in a traditional, open-sided thatched roof structure, caressed by balmy sea breezes and lit by a magnificent cast iron chandelier. The space is adorned with an antique swing and an ebony piano, played by jazz and classical musicians every evening. From a rustic oak table or comfortable sofa, guests can enjoy uninterrupted ocean views while they enjoy high tea, a cocktail at sundown, or sip on a classic martini, fine wine, local beer or local rum.
Dress code: Gentlemen are kindly requested to wear long trousers and shirts with sleeves in the evening.
Secluded by indigenous trees and framed by a lush tropical garden, the spa at The Oberoi, Mauritius is an oasis-within-an-oasis of tranquility.Therapies include Ayurvedic, Western, Thai, Balinese and Oberoi signature treatments that harmonise modern sciences and ancient philosophies.
The brightly-lit fitness centre affords refreshing views across our sub-tropical garden, and is equipped with a range of cardiovascular and weights machines.
Guests can also enjoy a game of tennis on the courts located within the hotel premises.
The Lagoon Pool can be accessed from the resort’s garden or beach. Located next to the shoreline, it affords fantastic views across the ocean. Located down a private pathway that opens on to views across the pool and ocean, Turtle Bay pool is for adults use only.
The resort also offers complimentary water sport activities such as hobbie cat sailing, laser sailing, paddleboats, sea kayaking, snorkeling, wake boarding, water-skiing and windsurfing.
Moreover, one can enjoy the “touching senses programme” to discover the cultural and natural richness of Mauritius. Some examples are cooking demonstration, nature walk around the Oberoi gardens, painting lesson, sculpture lesson, stargazing on the beach or wine tasting. Please not that the programme may vary from time to time.
Mauritius war vor 30 Jahren paradiesisch, ist heute leider sehr touristisch geprägt, mit allen Nachteilen inklusive Touristen Nepp.
Unser Luxury Pavillion mit Meerblick war schön eingerichtet und immer sauber. Auf der Terrasse sollte jedoch ein Sonnenschirm angeboten werden.
Beide Restaurants bieten ein exzellentes Angebot und wir wurden immer wieder von raffinierten Präsentationen überrascht. Die abendlichen Musikdarbietungen waren abwechslungsreich und passten immer zum stimmungsvollen Ambiente.
Der Strand im Oberoi ist nicht sehr lang und etwas felsig aber das Hotel bietet viele Möglichkeiten, das Meer beim Schnorcheln, Segeln, Windsurfen und Wasserski fahren zu genießen. Dies ist alles im Preis beinhaltet.
Wir haben unseren Urlaub sehr genossen und können das Oberoi uneingeschränkt weiterempfehlen.
Außerdem ist die Betreuung des Teams von more.PEP äußerst zuverlässig. Emails werden sehr zeitnah beantwortet und eine sehr persönliche Betreuung ist gewährleistet.