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SO Sofitel Mauritius

Situated on Mauritius’ southern coast, this 5-star resort offers views of mountains, lagoons and the Indian Ocean. It features a private white sand beach and there is free WiFi throughout the hotel.

Designed in a contemporary design by architect Lek Bunnag and decorated by Kenzo Takada, the rooms, suites and villas come with open air bathtubs or pools. They also include a private garden and patio that open out onto lush vegetation. Some rooms offer views of the Indian Ocean and a 24-hour butler service is available for guests staying in a suite or villa.

Le Flamboyant Restaurant serves French cuisine blended with rich local flavours. La Plage is a lounge restaurant set on the beach where local specialities are offered. Guests can also enjoy a drink in the idyllic setting of Bar Takamaka.

The Ravenala Attitude

With its 272 suites for Couple, Adults and Families, The Ravenala Attitude is is a mix of colonial heritage, contemporary design with tropical accents and genuine Mauritian art de vivre. Strokes of blue-grey, toile de Jouy fabric, woven rattan bedhead and on the wall, typical scenes of Mauritian life… no limits to exotic dreams…
The hotel offers, for half-board and all inclusive guests, a “Dine Around” experience in 7 of the 10 restaurants with it’s own identity ; a choice of destinations to match moods.
Guests can enjoy a wide range of land and nautical activities (at sea, on the river or in the pools); among many others, “Ayo Le Dodo” mini-club for the kids, a special teens’ hideout, the spacious Spa Attitude and all the Otentik Attitude experiences for a total immersion in the local culture.

Shanti Maurice – Nira Resort

Shanti Maurice is a boutique lifestyle resort located in the southern, most untouched part of Mauritius. Set between the turquoise Indian Ocean and the vivid green sugarcane fields, Shanti Maurice provides its guests with access to the sights, sounds and flavours of the unique mix of influences that form the local creole culture. Shanti Maurice welcomes couples and families, perfectly catering for weddings or honeymoons. The resort comprises 61 spacious Suites and Villas, spread across a landscape of fragrant tropical gardens. All 17 Villas, including the Shanti Villa, overlooks the Indian ocean and are designed with a contemporary yet timeless blend of Mauritian and African culture and style. Nira Spa set in 7000 square metres, surrounded by lily ponds and indigenous flower gardens, offers an organic spa range utilising African botanicals to complement a range of traditional ayurvedic treatments. Dining options include Stars with contemporary Cape cuisine, Pebbles restaurant offering an international menu influenced by the flavours of India or beach-side dining at the Fish Shack. Enjoy a private dining experience in the heart of the resort’s vegetable and herb garden or an authentic Mauritian cuisine around a communal table, listening to Grandma’s stories at ‘Grandma’s Kitchen’.

Hotel 20° SUD

Hôtel 20º SUD A hotel with a difference

Hidden from view behind an impressive carriage entrance door in oak and concealed within an old coconut grove bordering the water’s edge, lies one of the best kept secrets of Mauritius: the Hotel 20°Sud; the first hotel on the island to offer both the luxury and excellence of a five-star establishment within the dimensions of an attractive, privately run hotel.

A true haven of refinement and exclusivity: this small, intimate hotel comprises 35 bedrooms decorated with antiques as well as furniture and furnishings from the Belgian interior decorator Flamant Home interiors®. It is situated in exceptional surroundings not far from the Pointe aux Canonniers at the mouth of the beautiful bay of Grand Baie.

Not ostentatious luxury but far more: elegance and refinement which really give you the feeling of being in a world apart, of belonging to a club of the initiated!

Small, charming, sophisticated, it is true that such hotels exist elsewhere in the world but not here, in Mauritius. And it is precisely this, like the Moroccan Riads or certain small hotels in Provence that makes this hotel genuinely “”different””.