Shangri-La Le Touessrok
East Coast, Mauritius
After an extensive renovation Shangri-La Le Touessrok reopened in November 2015. This world renowned luxury hotel set on the beautiful east coast of Mauritius is incredibly chic and offers beautifully styled rooms and contemporary dining options
At a Glance
Contemporary and chic, a highly renown luxury hotel.
All rooms and suites are sea facing
Le Bazar - the main restaurant features open show kitchens and serves food from around the world.
Access to 18 hole championship golf course on Ile aux Cerfs, designed by Bernhard Langer
Exclusive access to Ile aux Mangenie - for an alternative beach experience.
Take the shuttle boat over to Ilot Mangenie private island, exclusive for Le Touessrok guestsAlice Moseley
Keen golfer? Head to Ile Aux Cerfs island, home to the resorts 18 hole champion golf courseScott Dunn team
Enjoy a contemporary take on Mauritian entertainment at Republik Beach Club every eveningEmma Mark
Dine in the indian restaurant which authentic cuisine, the food is created by the inspiring head chef who himself is from IndiaClaire Walker
Meet our specialists
Call us on (858) 523-9000 to start planning your vacation to Shangri-La Le Touessrok
Le Touessrok is in a lovely position on the east coast of Mauritius on the tranquil and beautiful bay of Trou d'Eau Douce.
The resort's suites, pools, restaurants and bars, Chi Spa, S - Tennis Academy and the T-Club kids club are located on the mainland but guests have access to two islands across the water from the resort: Ile aux Cerfs, with its spectacular championship golf course designed by Bernard Langer and Ile aux Mangénie, a truly secluded retreat and exclusive to guests. Both are a short ride by private boat.
There are also two lunchtime restaurants and bars on Ile aux Cerf as well as a huge variety of water sports including windsurfing, snorkeling and parasailing. The second island is Ile aux Mangénie,also has a restaurant.
Le Touessrok's beautifully designed accommodation ranges from Deluxe Rooms to Junior and Ocean Suites, Villas and the fabulous Shangri-La Suite. Spreading from the mainland onto a separate island (joined by a short bridge) all of the 200 rooms are sea-facing. There are excellent facilities for younger guests, with a kids club as well as facilities to entertain the teenagers.
The hotel has four restaurants; Le Bazar - the main restaurant with show kitchens offering food from around the world, Kushi the signature Japanese concept, Republic - with a beach club feel and Safran which features classical Indian Cuisine.
Le Touessrok also offers an array of activities and sports on land, which include four floodlit tennis courts. The resort also has a jogging track and offers bocci ball, volleyball, aqua-gym lessons, badminton and football.
The waters, reefs and southern trade winds of the Indian Ocean also provide for the very best in diving, snorkeling, sailing, water-skiing and windsurfing.
Shangri-La Le Touessrok resort has a huge range of luxury accommodation. The 68 Deluxe Rooms are split between the Coral Wing and the Hibiscus Wing, both offering extra beds for young children. These are spacious, elegant and contemporary, with king-sized beds, large bathrooms and private terraces.
There are 123 Junior Suites, some located in the Frangipani Wing and feature designer style, plasma screen TVs and egg-shaped baths. The other Junior Suites in the Hibiscus Wing are more classical in style. The Frangipani wing has just six Ocean Suites which have a separate lounge, private dining room and two secluded terraces leading off the master bedroom. They may interconnect to an adjacent Junior Suite, perfect for families.
The Villas boast light and airy living areas with high ceilings and tall windows allowing guests to take in the stunning ocean views. They enjoy great privacy with separate entrances and private gardens complete with swimming pools.
The Royal Suite is completely detached for exceptional privacy. It has a huge master bedroom, dining room and outside terrace with dramatic ocean and beach views.
The Junior Suites boast modern and contemporary design inspired by the tropics, they are light and airy with huge bay windows and private balconies or terraces.
The Ocean Suites boast two private terraces to sit on and enjoy the perfect views of the Indian Ocean, they have a separate lounge area and a private dining room. They can also be connected to a Junior Suite to create the perfect combination for all the family.
These double rooms are decorated in contemporary style and boast all the modern equipment you would expect from a five star hotel. They have stunning views of the Indian Ocean, full bathroom en suite and private balcony or terrace depending on the floor they are on.
Families of all ages are very well catered for. The T Club has its own clubhouse and welcomes children from 4 to 12 years of age. Younger children can use the club accompanied by either a parent or babysitter (available at an extra charge). The children can enjoy golf, tennis, windsurfing and swimming, as well as excursions and activities with a focus on educational enrichment. There is also a special teen's club, which is free to 12-17 year-olds, allowing them to enjoy activities including sports, outings, and discos. The restaurants offer children's menus.
There are three superb restaurants, in which the main one presents a "culinary theatre", serving nine different cuisines. Le Touessrok resort offers brilliant facilities including two swimming pools, two bars, and a stunning Givenchy spa and hairdressing salon. The resort has four floodlit courts and is affiliated to the Peter Burwash Institute and expert coaching is available from the club professional. The Bernhard Langer designed 18 hole, par 72 championship course is available to challenge advanced players, while remaining exciting and playable for recreational golfers.
The Le Touessrok resort offers an array of activities and sports on and off land. The waters, reefs and southern trade winds of the Indian Ocean provide for the very best for diving, snorkeling, sailing, water-skiing and windsurfing, kayaking and glass-bottom-boat trips. These water sports are mainly based at Ile aux Cerfs. The resort also has a jogging track and fitness center, offering volleyball, aqua-gym lessons, archery, badminton and football. The Fitness Center is open daily from 7.00am to 8.00pm and individual fitness plans can be tailored by the personal instructors. At the Peter Burwash Institute, expert tennis coaching is available from the club professional. Special excursions can be arranged outside the resort, and can range from nature trails, deer stalking and cycling. Some of these activities will incur additional fees.
Location & Directions
East Coast, Mauritius
Le Touessrok is on the east coast of Mauritius, on the Trou d'Eau Douce bay. It can be accessed by a 50 minute drive from the airport. The east coast of Mauritius is dotted with several lagoons and tiny cove-beaches ensuring shelter from the cool southeast trade winds. Mauritius is located in the Indian Ocean, it is situated off the southeast coast of the African continent, and is 900km east of 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 May to early December. January and February, the peak cyclone months, are best avoided by water-sports enthusiasts and divers. Cyclones rarely hit Mauritius (although Rodrigues has suffered far more regularly than the mainland) but cyclones way out at sea can bring days of squally 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.
Apart from the Christmas-New Year peak, Mauritius doesn’t really have high and low seasons. The situation is more dependent on outside factors (such as the French school vacations, which cause a big increase in demand and prices in August).