Hotels in Mauritius
There is no shortage of plush hotels in Mauritius. From secluded romantic hideaways to sprawling oceanfront resorts, Mauritius has accommodations to delight every traveler. The Four Seasons Resort at Anahita is one of the best hotels in Mauritius. With views of the blue lagoon or the Bamboo Mountains, there is plenty of scenery to gaze at from the luxury of your own outdoor shower.
For the ultimate luxury hideout, the Oberoi offers sixteen thatch-roofed bungalows each with their own garden and pool. The unique village design sets The Oberoi apart from other Mauritius hotels. As the names suggest, The One & Only Le Saint Géran is a blissful resort for honeymooners. Designed by British fashion designer Alice Temperley, this impressive beach tepee offers romantic indulgence including beachside campfires served by a liveried butler. Another one of the best hotels in Mauritius is the St. Regis. This beachfront resort boasts a decadent spa and front row views of the spectacular Mauritius sunset.
The 17-foot-high beach tepee is decked out with beads, streaming ribbons, and embroidered patches—a look designer Alice Temperley likens to “a jewelry box that glistens in the sand.” One & Only offers cookouts by the tent—marshmallows included—served by a liveried butler.
A resort halfway around the world had better offer something spectacular, and the Four Seasons Mauritius does just that on an island already known for its five-star hotels.
A Moorish-style two-bedroom villa built a century ago by British governor Hesketh Bell. Play castaway on deserted beaches, go for a ride in the crewed speedboat, ask the 24-hour butler for a poolside lobster lunch or tandoori chicken and grilled marlin served in the marble dining room.