The Oberoi lies on the island’s curvaceous north-west coast of Mauritius. The hotel sits amidst twenty acres of lush, sub-tropical garden, and enjoys an unrivalled position on the shores of Turtle Bay (Baie aux Tortues) – 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. The main gunpowder store now serves as an exclusive dining space.
The 71 pavilions and villas at The Oberoi (Mauritius) are sheltered by charming thatched roofs and afforded magnificent views across the Indian Ocean or hotel’s lush, sub-tropical garden.
The Oberoi has different types of accommodation namely
- Luxury Villa with garden
- Luxury villa with private pool
- Luxury Pavillion
- Royal Villa with private pool
- Presidential villa
They feature rustic oak and natural cane furniture, wall-to-wall windows and marble bathrooms which look out onto private, walled gardens. Equipped with high speed WiFi access, an iPod dock, satellite television, an electronic safe and an espresso coffee maker, they harmonise nature and technology.
Guests can enjoy unique dining experiences in the fantastic al fresco restaurants and bars at The Oberoi, Mauritius.
Located in traditional thatched roof structures, The Restaurant and Bar offer spectacular views across the Indian Ocean, while from On the Rocks, diners can almost dip their toes in the ocean. The fantastic Gunpowder Room, open for dinner twice a week, is a magnificent, restored French colonial battery and a recognised national monument.
The hotel offers two swimming pools, an Oberoi Spa and Fitness Centre and two floodlit tennis courts. The hotel also offers a range of water sports, including wind surfing, water skiing, snorkelling and sailing.
For those who prefer to go outside the hotel Mauritius has a lot of touristic places like
- Port Louis Capital and main port of Mauritius. Distance: 15 kilometres (20 minutes drive)
- Chamarel (Coloured Earth): 55 kilometres (60 minutes drive)
- IIe Aux Cerfs, The Island Resort With Water Sports: 45 km (90 minutes drive)
- Pamplemousses Gardens With Giant Victoria Amazonica Water Lilies; 10 kilometres (15 minutes drive)
- Grand Bassin, The Natural Lake of The Island & Place of Pilgrimage: 45 kilometres (60 minutes drive)
- Black River Gorges National Park; 50 kilometres (60 minutes drive)
The 71 pavilions and villas at The Oberoi (Mauritius) are sheltered by charming thatched roofs and afforded magnificent views across the Indian Ocean or hotel's lush, sub-tropical garden.
Royal Villa with private pool
From the master bedroom of the Royal Villa, guests can enjoy uninterrupted views of Turtle Bay and daily, breathtaking sunsets. Spread across 650 m² the Royal Villa also boasts a a 60 m² garden, from where guests can experience dinner in a charming, private dining pavilion, or relax in the private pool while enjoying ocean views.
The Royal Villa features a king-size master bedroom, a comfortable living room and an exquisite bathroom with private courtyard views. The villa also includes a 11 m long swimming pool and a thatched dining pavilion.
The Royal Villa is equipped with an iPod dock, an espresso coffee machine, a fully-stocked personal bar, a 32" LCD television and a multi disc player. There is an electronic safe to store valuables, 24-hour in-room dining and laundry services, and high-speed WiFi access throughout.
The Presidential Villa features a king-size bedroom, a bright, spacious living room and a luxurious bathroom with private courtyard views. Secluded within the private garden is a second independent villa, which can accommodate a further two guests.
Situated at the beach level, views from the Presidential Villa encompass the tranquil azure bay and the picturesque mountains. From the comfort of a window seat or from a chaise longue by the villa's private poolside, guests can relax and enjoy magnificent daily sunsets with a glass of wine or espresso coffee.
The Presidential Villa boasts a beautiful 60 m² garden abundant with exotic flowers and trees. The centrepiece is a deep blue tiled pool 11 m long beside which guests can enjoy al fresco private dining under a traditional thatched dining pavilion.
Luxury villa with private pool
Spread across 300 m² these villas encompass a splendid, king-size bedroom and plush furnished living area, a work space and a sunken marble bathroom. From the private courtyard garden, guests can immerse in the azure waters of their own swimming pool, or enjoy spectacular sea views from the dining pavilion.
Guests can enjoy 24-hour, in-room dining in the comfort of their room, or while overlooking the ocean, from their al fresco dining pavilion. At the end of a long day swimming or sailing in Turtle Bay, guests can also enjoy international television channels, the in-house movie collection and high-speed WiFi.
Naturally lit through wall-to-wall windows that afford views onto a private, sub-tropical garden, the bathroom features a luxurious sunken marble bathtub and separate, multi-pressure shower. Plush cotton towels, bathrobes and exclusive natural toiletries are provided for guests' convenience.
Luxury Villa with garden
From the wall-to-wall windows of the king-sized Luxury Villas, guests can enjoy verdant views of their private sub-tropical garden. From an open-air dining pavilion guests can sample Creole, International or Asian food, while enjoying the fragrances of the native flowers and plants. In-room dining is available 24 hours a day.
Savour an espresso coffee, a glass of fine wine or fresh, tropical fruit while learning about the 200 species of plants that are nurtured, from the book placed in this residence.
On entering the bathroom, guests will delight at the sunken marble bathtub with sparkling chrome fittings and views onto a private, walled garden filled with sub-tropical plants. From the bath or the separate shower, guests can refresh salty skin with natural toiletries, exclusive to Oberoi Hotels.
Guests are afforded unparalleled views across the Indian Ocean from the thatched, king-sized bedroom and living space of the Luxury Pavilions. From the comfort of an armchair or sofa, guests can enjoy an espresso coffee, a glass of fine wine or 24-hour in-room dining after a day of snorkeling or sailing on Turtle Bay. Modern Conveniences
The air-conditioned Luxury Pavilions are equipped with an iPod dock, an espresso machine, high-speed WiFi, satellite television and a multi-disc player. For guests' convenience, they also feature fitted bedside reading lamps, an electronic safe, a direct dial telephone and a fully-stocked personal bar.
The centrepiece of the majestic bathroom is a sunken, creamy marble bathtub with sparkling chrome fittings and a hand held shower, which looks out onto a private garden vibrant with indigenous plants. There is also a separate, marble shower cubicle, a wash basin and a large, spot lit mirror.
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. Guests can also experience hatha yoga, breathing exercises, t'ai chi and meditation.
Offers fun activities for children ages 4 to 12. The Kids Club is managed by experienced and caring staff offering a range of themed activities.
The Kids Club provides entertainment and education for children to allow their parents time to enjoy their holiday.
Activities include: painting, drawing competition, kayak & pedalo, leaves & vegetables, printing, musical Game, scavenger hunt, marble game, T-shirt painting, face painting, shells painting, beach painting, kite making & flying, jungle gym, etc.
Hold a high profile meeting, small conference or seminar in exquisite style at The Oberoi, Mauritius. Enjoy bright, spacious facilities, equipped with the latest audiovisual technologies and boasting flawless service.
Host an intimate wedding, engagement party, birthday or romantic dinner in the traditional, Creole Gunpowder Room, on a private beach or terrace of the room.
The Oberoi, Mauritius guarantees an event of unparalleled professionalism and unsurpassable panache.
- Broadband internet access
- Business centre open 24 hours
- Car rental
- Beauty salon
- Laundry and valet service
- Doctor on call
The Oberoi could not claim its title as a resort exemplifying Mauritian culture without having a full range of land and water sports.
The brightly-lit fitness centre affords refreshing views across the 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. These courts are for year-round use.
Guests are invited to start their day with a session of gentle breathing exercises to expand the lungs, increase oxygen intake, heighten energy levels and improve concentration and feelings of well-being throughout the day. The dedicated wellness instructor will provide tips for improving breathing and its benefits for a healthy lifestyle.
Led by the professional wellness instructor, guests will learn a series of 'asanas' (yoga postures) to improve flexibility, strength, elongate the muscles and enhance the flow of energy around the body.
The Oberoi has two pools
Lagoon Pool (length: 27 m): 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.
Turtle Bay Pool (length: 23 m) Located down a private pathway that opens on to views across the pool and ocean, Turtle Bay pool is for adults use only.
Watersports in the Indian Ocean
For those who prefer the beach and the Indian Ocean The Oberoi, Mauritius also offers a full range of water sports, including wind surfing, water skiing, snorkelling, sailing, diving (PADI).
Please note: Some sports are offered at an extra fee
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 seafood 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.
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.
The Gunpowder Room is a recognised national monument that dates back to 19th century, French colonial times. It can seat up to six couples for an intimate dining experience, and also hosts local rum and wine tasting sessions. The menu features traditional Mauritian and contemporary Japanese cuisine, served on different nights, according to schedule.
Weekly wine tasting sessions are held in the charming Gunpowder Room. In this rustic setting amongst antique wine barrels, guests can embark on a unique wine journey, punctuated with entertaining stories from the in-house sommelier.
Dining on the beach
Guests can enjoy an inimitably romantic candlelit dinner on the white sands of Turtle Bay. Caressed by the glowing sunset and melodious with the sound of lapping waves, couples can savour international delicacies from the restaurant cartes, or dishes designed by the masterchefs especially for the occasion.