The Oberoi, Mauritius | Mauritius | If Only

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Capturing the spirit of the idyllic island of Mauritius, with its unspoilt beaches and azure waters, The Oberoi, Mauritius sits amidst 20 acres of lush, tropical gardens and enjoys an unrivalled position on the shores of Turtle Bay - a natural marine park with a vibrant coral reef. The 600m of white sand beaches are blessed with views of magnificent sunsets every day.


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At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel With Villas
  • 5 Star Deluxe
  • 71 Rooms



The pavilions and villas at The Oberoi are sheltered by charming thatched roofs and afford magnificent views across the shimmering Indian Ocean or the hotel's beautiful gardens. The centrepiece of the Luxury Pavilions is the majestic bathroom with sunken, marble bathtub which looks out onto a private garden.

Luxury Villas with Private Pool boast a king sized bedroom and plush living area. From the private courtyard garden guests can immerse themselves in the azure waters of the private pool or enjoy spectacular views from the dining pavilion.

The pinnacle of luxury living, the Royal Villa features a large private garden with 36 foot long swimming pool. From its raised position within the resort, the Royal Villa affords magnificent views of the tranquil ocean and nearby mountains. Guests can relax on a comfortable window seat or outside by the private pool and enjoy uninterrupted views of the sun setting beyond the bay.



A stylish, al fresco dining space that overlooks the Indian Ocean and twinkling lights of the Port Louis harbour, The Restaurant encompasses a traditional, thatched roof pavilion and dining under the stars, serving Creole, international and Asian cuisine.

On the Rocks is a truly unique dining venue, located on top of dark volcanic rocks that extend into the ocean, with a mouthwatering menu of fresh seafood, served straight from the live grill. Guests who have had a successful day's fishing in the bay can also have their catch cooked by the chefs here and dating back to the 19th Century, Featuring traditional Mauritian and contemporary Japanese menus, The Gunpowder room is a recognised national monument, which hosts intimate dining experiences and local rum and wine tasting sessions.

For an extra romantic dining experience, enjoy a candlelit dinner on the sands of Turtle Bay. Caressed by the glowing sunset and melodious sound of lapping waves, couples can savour international delicacies from the restaurant or dine on dishes designed by the chef especially for the occasion.



There's so much to discover at The Oberoi, Mauritius, from cooking, painting and sculpture classes to rum tasting, henna painting and star gazing. Enjoy the beautiful Turtle Bay and try diving, water skiing, windsurfing and sailing.



Hidden by indigenous trees and framed by a lush, tropical garden, the Spa at The Oberoi, Mauritius is an oasis-within-an-oasis. Therapies include Ayurvedic, Western, Thai, Balinese and Oberoi signature treatments that harmonise modern sciences and ancient philosophies. Guests can also experience hatha yoga, t'ai chi and meditation.



The supervised kids club, The Hub, offers a range of fun games and activities and boasts excellent facilities, including: table football, table tennis, computer games, outdoor play area, mini bowling alley and a tree house. Daily activities range from feeding the hotel's koi fish to taking a glass bottom boat ride, snorkelling and banana boat riding.

Getting There

Arrival Airport

Mauritius International Airport


Approximately 1 hour from Mauritius International Airport


The north of Mauritius is generally warm all year round, although the sheltered beaches and lagoons make this a good choice for those travelling during the breezier winter months (May to September).



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