The Oberoi Mauritius
West Coast, Mauritius
The Oberoi Mauritius is a resort that combines abundant natural beauty with refined luxury. Winding paths and Balinese style statues guide you to beautifully appointed villas and terrace pavilions offering panoramic views of the ocean.
At a Glance
Luxury Pavilions have sunken marble baths overlooking a walled garden
Spectacular West Coast sunsets
Set in beautiful sub tropical gardens
Serene and tranquil combined with refined luxury
Revitalising treatment at the exquisitely appointed Oberoi Spa
“Touching Senses” program, including sculpture classes, wine tasting, painting and stargazing
Take advantage of the amazing "Touching Senses" program. The star gazing evening is a particular favorite.Scott Dunn team
Dine at the old gunpowder room for an exquisite 7 course Mauritian tasting menu and meet the chefScott Dunn team
Enjoy a 3 course dinner at the Gunpowder Room during your stay where fine food is served in the unique setting of an 18th Century ruin!Jack Mace
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To start planning your vacation to The Oberoi Mauritius
The Oberoi is a fantastic resort hotel located in 20 acres of beautiful sub-tropical gardens on the Baie aux Tortues or Turtle Bay. It spans three sections of sandy beach between the mountains and the turquoise water of the Indian Ocean on the protected west coast of the island. The hotel is 15 km away from the capital city of Port Louis and near the buzzing small town of Grand Baie.
With only 71 luxurious villas and pavilions, a sense of exclusivity and style prevails. Each villa is located in a private garden, providing undisturbed privacy, some of which contain their own pool. The pavilions are equally luxurious, with spacious bedrooms including a generous sitting area and a marble bathroom with a sunken bath. The raised open-air dining pavilion, with its palm-thatched roof timbers and natural teak furniture, is an invitation to an al fresco breakfast or a romantic dinner. And the outdoor terrace is perfect for private dining or simply just to relax.
Other facilities in the resort include the beautifully appointed spa which provides a serene and truly unforgettable experience of pure pampering and relaxation in exquisite surroundings, using holistic therapies and massages which combine the very best of Eastern and Western practices.
For the more active guests The Oberoi has flood lit tennis courts, a swimming pool and a fully equipped gymnasium as well as offering water sports such as windsurfing, water-skiing, scuba diving and deep sea fishing. Guests can also partake in “Touching the Senses” activities ranging from painting lessons with a local artist, to guided walks through the gardens to learn about the plant and bird life. Sculpture classes, star gazing, cooking classes and wine tasting sessions are just some of the alternative activities on offer.
The Oberoi welcomes guests of all ages, and there's a kids' club with daily, age-related activities to keep the younger ones entertained.
The luxuriously decorated accommodation at The Oberoi comprises 48 Luxury Pavilions, five Luxury Villas with private gardens, 16 Luxury Villas with private swimming pools, One Royal Villa and One Presidential Villa both with private swimming pools. Every room features a romantic four-poster bed, wooden slatted ceilings and wall-to-wall restful neutral tones, which all contribute to a feeling of relaxed grandeur. Each bathroom has a separate shower and a sunken bath in palest marble overlooking an open-air walled garden. The hotel Villas, each with its own lush gardens and dining gazebo, and most of them overlooking a private swimming pool with views of the sea, make an exclusive and luxurious retreat for those seeking privacy.
This 70m2 air-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 roomy terrace for private dining and views of the gardens and Indian Ocean. Also included are: daily fruit and floral arrangements, iPod docking station, satellite TV and DVD player, wifi, safe, phone, minibar, and use of floodlit tennis courts, 24hour private dining services, and DVD, book and games library.
|Luxury Villa with Private Garden||
Set within walled sub-tropical gardens, the 60m2 Luxury Villas have an open air-dining pavilion also set amidst a lush garden, where one can enjoy al-fresco dining. This Villa has one bedroom and the bathroom has a separate shower and a sunken bath in palest marble overlooking an open-air walled garden.These villas boast a private garden for relaxing in. Also included are: daily fruit and floral arrangements, iPod docking station, satellite TV and DVD player, wifi, safe, phone, minibar, and use of floodlit tennis courts, 24hour private dining services, and DVD, book and games library.
|Luxury Villa with Private Pool||
These Villas offer all the features of the 60m2 Luxury Villa but also have their own swimming pool, measuring 8 x 4.5 meters, set within a walled courtyard garden. This Villa has one bedroom and the bathroom has a separate shower and a sunken bath in palest marble overlooking an open-air walled garden. Also included are: daily fruit and floral arrangements, iPod docking station, satellite TV and DVD player, wifi, safe, phone, minibar, and use of floodlit tennis courts, 24hour private dining services, and DVD, book and games library.
|Royal Villa with Private Pool||
Elegant interiors, a spacious total floor space of 650m2, a 55 square meter private pool and stunning views of the Indian Ocean make the Royal Villas exclusive retreats. There is one bedroom, as well as an open air thatched dining pavilion providing the ideal setting for al-fresco dining. The Royal Villas also come with an option of either an adjacent Luxury Villa with garden or an adjacent Luxury Pavilion to accommodate a larger party. Also included are: daily fruit and floral arrangements, iPod docking station, satellite TV and DVD player, wifi, safe, phone, minibar, and use of floodlit tennis courts, 24hour private dining services, and DVD, book and games library.
The Oberoi Mauritius is family friendly and offers a children’s club for children from 4 to 12 years during the school vacations. The Hub features a soft play area, fenced play area outside and a daily program of activities. Each evening there's a film and some games and even a Wii competition.
Children under 4 years are welcome if accompanied by an adult.
Babysitting facilities are also available at an additional charge.
Outside of school vacations, an informal program of activities and excursions will be available on a daily basis.
Every Monday there is an excursion to the Acquarium at Pointe aux Piments.
|Casela Wildlife Park||
Visit Casela, home to a variety of species of birds, lions, zebras, giant tortoises, monkeys and many others. This excursion leaves every Wednesday at 11am.
At the Boat House there is a variety of activities throughout the day. Children can go fishing, take a glass bottom boat ride, go snorkeling or even try waterskiing.
The Oberoi has two restaurants which serve fresh local produce and enjoy beautiful views across the Indian Ocean, whilst The Bar offers a range of drinks to add to the exquisite dining experience. The relaxing Spa is a real sanctuary and the perfect place for an indulging treatment.
The flood-lit tennis courts, outdoor swimming pools (heated July & August) and well-equipped gymnasium with treadmills and cross trainers mean that guests can be active as well as relaxed during their stay. There is also a boutique, library of DVDs and books, and board games for guests' use.
The Oberoi Mauritius provides services to make your stay as enjoyable as possible. To make traveling stress-free, there is a limousine and car rental service, as well as free car parking. There is a laundry and concierge service, as well as babysitting services available at an additional charge, and an on-call doctor within the hotel.
On the Rocks Restaurant has breathtaking views of the Indian Ocean. It offers light salads, pasta, pizzas, sandwiches and BBQ grilled meals and is open for lunch and dinner.
The Restaurant is open for breakfast and dinner and serves a selection of Continental, International and Creole cuisine.
Bar offers a selection of wine, spirits and cigars and is open from 11am to 11pm.
At the Bar and The Restaurant, the dress code during the day is casual and for the evening it is smart casual. Gentlemen are kindly requested to wear in the evening long trousers and shirts with sleeves. Shorts and swimwear may not be worn in the Restaurant or Bar after 6pm.
Get pampered by Indonesian trained therapists in exquisitely appointed Spa suites surrounded by lush sub-tropical gardens. Holistic treatments drawn from Ayurveda, Aromatherapy and Eastern techniques combine with exotic beauty treatments to re-energise you from within and without. Try one of the traditional Mauritian treatments using natural local oils and fruits such as the blissful coconut husk body brush, followed by a deep massage with freshly ground coconut. As well as the Spa, other facilities include a beauty parlour, steam bath, gym and individual spa suites with private jacuzzis where you can luxuriate together.
The Oberoi provides many complimentary activities which include a range of watersports, from water skiing and wind surfing, to snorkeling and sea kayaking. There are also extensive sports facilities ranging from floodlit tennis courts, fitness equipment, and bicycles, meaning that any fitness activity can easily be catered for. It is also possible to arrange deep sea fishing and scuba-diving activities, through the PADI Certified Dive Centre within the hotel, however these activities will be at an additional cost. The resort also offers complimentary daily Yoga and Tai Chi.
Guests can also partake in the unique “Touching the Senses” activities ranging from painting lessons with a local artist to guided walks through the gardens to learn about the plant and bird life. sculpture class, star gazing, cooking classes and wine tasting sessions. The traditional spa treatments will also incur an additional cost.
Riding can be arranged at two different stables, both of which are near to the hotel. The Maritim Hotel which is just five minutes away by car from the resort, lets you ride through local ruins and on the beach. There is also riding at Mont Choisy "Horse Riding Delights" where you can ride through an area covering around 600 acres. It is necessary to make a reservation for both places.
Meet Jeanine, a local artist, at The Restaurant on Fridays at 10.30am.
Location & Directions
West Coast, Mauritius
The Oberoi Mauritius has a perfect beachfront location, in Turtle Bay on the north west coast of Mauritius. The Oberoi Mauritius is a 15km drive to the small town of Grand Baie, and a 1 hour drive from the airport. The island of Mauritius is located in the Indian Ocean, it is situated off the southeast coast of the African continent, and 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).