Shangri-La Le Touessrok, Mauritius | Mauritius | If Only

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Lying on the postcard-perfect east coast of Mauritius, overlooking the tranquil Trou D'Eau Douce Bay, Shangri-La Le Touessrok, Mauritius offers an unrivalled standard of privacy and personalisation in an atmosphere of refined island luxury. One of the best known hotels on the island, this resort blends Shangri-La style and service with authentic Mauritian charm.


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At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel
  • 5 Star Deluxe
  • 200 Rooms and 3 Villas



Retreat in style to a personalised slice of paradise that complements the surrounding natural beauty with a special Shangri-La touch. Deluxe Ocean View Rooms are washed in relaxing colour palettes, decorated with tasteful furnishings and offering the best in contemporary island-chic style, or step from the private terrace from a Deluxe Beach Access Room onto the soft white sands of the resort's private beach.

Spacious Junior Suites Hibiscus Ocean View provide the ideal setting for a romantic getaway. These private hideaways offer the finest in comfort and magnificent ocean views - the ultimate in luxurious, resort-style living.

Ensconced on an elite islet that can only be accessed via a bridge, the exclusive Frangipani Wing provides guests with an exceptional level of personalised service, an exclusive swimming pool and in-room check-in. Guests staying in the Frangipani Wing will also enjoy Champagne on arrival, sunset cocktails and a complimentary mini-bar.



From the spices and fragrances of India to the pure, fresh ingredients of Japan, there's something for every taste and occasion in the resort's restaurants. Overlooking the beautiful lagoon and Ilot Mangénie, Kushi transports guests to the Far East with a sushi bar, shabu shabu and signature kobe and wagyu beef menus, accompanied by sake and cocktails.

The show kitchen at Le Bazar invites guests to interact with the chefs and enjoy a large variety of international favourites, while Safran blends authentic Indian and Mauritian cuisines. Named after the Mauritian dance, Sega Bar is a rum and Tiki bar that offers Mauritian-inspired beverages, a unique smoked cocktail menu, exotic Tiki concoctions and a signature 'Shangri-La Rum Oak'.



Take a dip in the Indian Ocean and discover a vibrant, unspoiled marine world with a range of complimentary water sports, including: kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding, wake boarding, sailing, snorkelling, windsurfing and water skiing.

Just off the resort's pristine coastline lie two magnificent islands: Ilot Mangénie, offering a quintessential private-island experience, exclusively for Shangri-La Le Touessrok Resort & Spa guests, and Ile aux Cerfs boasting a spectacular 18-hole Championship golf course - guests receive complimentary green fees.



CHI, The Spa draws inspiration from the origins of the Shangri-La legend, which describes a place of personal space, enchantment and well-bring, and focuses primarily on holistic and Ayurvedic wellness. Set within a secluded area of the resort, enclosed by lush, tropical gardens, CHI, The Spa's menu also incorporates the renowned yogic practice of pranayama into every treatment, as every treatment starts with breathing and meditation exercises to provide guests with a complete spa journey.



The large, well-equipped clubhouse at T-Club (the kids club) provides fun, imaginative programmes and activities. Children can enjoy golf, tennis, windsurfing and swimming, as well as a variety of educational exercises. Teens can make new friends from around the world in a fun, safe environment and enjoy sports, educational outings, dancing and themed evenings.



Getting There

Arrival Airport

Mauritius International Airport


Approximately 35 minutes away from Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport


Thanks to the cool breezes coming from the sea, summer (October to April) is the most pleasant time to visit the east coast. Diving enthusiasts should stay from September to May to get the best conditions, while sailors should visit in the winter when the winds are stronger.



Trou d Eau Douce