South Coast, Mauritius
A stylish and contemporary resort on a beautifully natural beach in the quieter south of Mauritius. Outrigger is a great option for families and couples alike with really innovative dining options, a world-class spa and beach front rooms available.
At a Glance
Newly refurbished resort with a contemporary design
Wonderful array of watersports and dive center
Stylish dining options offering different choices to a high quality
Unique concepts such as tea library and wine tasting
Interleading rooms and family suites offer great options for families
The colonial style Plantation Club is a peaceful retreat for club access guests and has a stylish dining room
Book a spa treatment and ask for a room with the fish - the clever design allows you to watch the fish swim by as you relaxVictoria Douglas
Children will love dining with their peers at the kids dining area in Mercado restaurantVictoria Douglas
For a more informal dining experience this is our only hotel in Mauritius where gents do not have to wear long trousers to dinner - smart casual attire only!Ana Albiol
Head to the Tea Library in the Plantation Club to sample over 30 different types of tea!Jack Mace
Enjoy walking on the sandy paths of the resort - designed to give it an island feelEmma Mark
Try the cheese and wine tasting - the cheese is imported directly from France!Claire Walker
Meet our specialists
Call us on (858) 523-9000 to start planning your vacation to Outrigger Mauritius
Outrigger is located at Bel Ombre, a small development in the otherwise undisturbed south coast of Mauritius. Here you will find a few other hotels but little else other than spectacular scenery and beautiful coastline.
The resort has been recently taken over by new management and completely refurbished to a high standard. The property blends contemporary with the influences of a 17th century sugarcane plantation with the heart of the resort built using old sugar mill bricks. The low rise buildings and sandy pathways around the resort create a welcoming and relaxed resort with a spectacular beach where you will find various dining options, relaxation areas and the main swimming pool.
There are many different social spaces to enjoy a relaxed atmosphere or more formal dining such as at the French colonial Plantation club where Mauritian fine dining can be experienced.
Children can enjoy the Coral Kids Club conveniently located close to the main areas open daily from 9am - 10pm and there is also a teen club. Kite surfing is popular in this area and can be arranged from the hotel.
181 ocean-facing rooms, some with complete beach frontage are contemporary in design. Inter-connectiong rooms are available and family suites are a great option for pre-teen families.
There is a supervised children's club, Coral Kids, for children aged 3- 11 years. Under 3s must be accompanied by an adult or a babysitter (charge applies).
The resort provides children's menus and an area for children to dine together in the Mercado restaurant. Babysitting can be arranged.
Outrigger Mauritius Beach Resort offers a range of dining options with three restaurants including fine dining with Mauritian cuisine, a lively restaurant with regional, Asian, Indian and international dishes, a crab shack with seafood specialties and two bars including relaxed beach bar and exclusive wine room.
|The Plantation Club||
A fine dining restaurant located in a French colonial style building. With a private pool and outdoor lounge, access is exclusive to guests staying in Suites or Villas during the day. Modern Mauritian cuisine is available to all resort guests in the evening. New to 2017, guests can enjoy a sensational dining experience with a ten-course Royal Khmer Cuisine menu from Cambodia (available every Friday, reservations required).
The main hub of the hotel, located in a striking, contemporary style building with a choice of regional and international open kitchens encouraging guests to interact with the chefs. There is a special area for children to dine together complete with small tables and children's amenities.
|Rouben's Wine Room||
Adjacent to Mercado, with over 700 vintage wines for tasting experiences and private dinners.
|Willie’s Rum and Crab Shack||
Laid-back dining with an array of crab and seafood dishes and a wide selection of world class rums. Open every day for lunch and a sumptuous seafood barbecue dinner (reservations required for dinner).
A beachfront and poolside relaxed dining restaurant with stunning views of the Indian Ocean. Open for lunch and dinner, at night Edgewater serves local Mauritian dishes alongside European and Asian cuisine with a variety of à la carte specials. Reservations required for dinner.
The resort’s signature beach bar, offering the ideal place to relax and indulge. Creative cocktails and smoothies accompany a unique menu of imaginative hot dogs and American pancakes. Sit back with a sundowner and unwind to the sounds of live creole jazz and traditional sega rhythms.
The facilities are fantastic at Outrigger Mauritius, with three main restaurants, two beach bars, fitness center, extensive spa, four pools and a small kids play pool.
Complimentary land and water sports include tennis (nominal fees for balls), table tennis, bocci ball, volleyball, windsurfing, pedalo, kayak, mini sail, snorkeling and glass-bottom boat. Other activities available at a supplement include PADI diving, nearby zip lining, quad biking, deep sea fishing, kite surfing and water skiing plus an 18 hole golf course a short drive away.
Location & Directions
South Coast, Mauritius
Outrigger is on the south coast of Mauritius around 35km from the airport and 40km from the country’s capital, Port Louis. The southern coast of Mauritius faces prevailing winds, meaning that a cooler breeze is present. The south coast boasts several shallow, clear lagoons perfect for swimming.
The island of Mauritius is located in the Indian Ocean, off the southeast coast of the African continent, 900km from Madagascar.
When to go
Mauritius enjoys a typically tropical climate with year-round heat, although the southeast trade winds help it never to feel too muggy. The summer months are from December to April, when it can nevertheless be extremely humid, and the winter, such as it is, runs from May to November, and is cooler and drier.
The best months to visit Mauritius are April to December. January and February, the peak cyclone months, are best avoided by water-sports enthusiasts and divers. Cyclones rarely hit Mauritius but cyclones way out at sea can bring some rain.
Coastal temperatures range between 25°C and 33°C in summer and between 18°C and 24°C in winter. On the plateau it will be some 5°C cooler. The highlands are also the wettest part of the island – it can rain here at any time of year, and even when it’s not raining the area can be cloaked in low-lying cloud. When the winds are at their strongest in July and August it can be blustery on the east coast, though the breeze brings welcome relief in summer.