Gourmet dining in five restaurants set in and around the Manor House, ranges from a French-inspired restaurant to traditional Mauritian cuisine and Japanese fine dining. Private dining ranges from candlelit on the jetty to the Chef’s Table.
The 172 two-storey suites along the beach have colonial-style dark woods, and discreet mod cons, and include a beachfront family suite. For an extra special stay, we recommend the St. Regis Villa. It comes with four bedrooms, three swimming pools and spa treatment room and gym, and walls that slide aside to give you a fantastic view of the ocean and the reef. And of course, a team of staff to attend to your every need.
A swimming pool, fringed with muslin-draped cabanas, extends the width of the manor house. Complimentary watersports include snorkelling, water-skiing, glass bottom boat tours, kayaking, windsurfing, pedal boats and stand up paddle boarding. Le Morne Peninsula is one of the top places in the world for kitesurfing, and St Regis offers access to elite teachers (if booked in advance). Also on offer, is big game fishing, watching dolphins in the wild and star-lit cruises with Champagne suppers. The Kite Flyers kids club caters for those up to 12 years, and a large, modern spa, offers Iridium treatments.