The 65 villas, each with their own private plunge pools, a large veranda and 24-hour butler service, are set in 27 acres of lovely tropical gardens. People tend to stay in their villas, so it suits honeymooners or couples looking for seclusion. It is also a good place for wellness breaks, with an excellent, generous-sized ayurvedic spa, with a selection of Ayurvedic therapies, aromatherapy, massages detoxification and cleansing wraps, and yoga.
Although many people opt for the luxury of in-villa dining, the three restaurant choices include an authentic Indian restaurant, and an array of pan-Asian dishes set around an interactive Teppanyaki cooking counter. It also offers Japanese, Thai, Indian and Mauritian cookery classes.
The hotel is in a great location for exploring the capital city, Port Louis, and it’s a walk along the beach to lively Flic en Flac. The hotel offers sightseeing tours in a luxury Rolls Royce, which can whisk you for a gourmet picnic on a deserted beach.