At a Glance
Located a comfortable fifteen kilometres from the capital, Port Louis, The Oberoi, Mauritius is unique amongst luxury hotels in Mauritius.
A unique getaway into a world of unparalleled luxury.
Discover an island paradise with an exotic escape to The Oberoi, Mauritius. Relax, unwind and take time to discover our verdant, seafront resort and surrounding beaches, at your leisure. Embraced by twenty acres of lush, sub-tropical garden, it enjoys an unrivalled position on the shores of Turtle Bay; a natural marine park with a vibrant coral reef. Unlike any of the other luxury hotels in Mauritius, The Oberoi, Mauritius has access to six hundred metres of combed, white sand beaches, which are blessed with views of magnificent sunsets, every day.
The Oberoi, Mauritius also houses four national monuments that date back to the French Colonial period and together make up a battery that was an integral part of the defence system of Mauritius.
The Oberoi, Mauritius is located along the sandy beaches of Turtle Bay in Mauritius, East Africa. The 5-star Indian Ocean island resort, set in 20 acres of sub-tropical gardens, has access to six hundred metres of combed, white sand beaches. The resort offers a ballroom for wedding celebrations, and Oberoi Experiences for newlyweds and other resort guests.
Rooms feature a living area, a four-poster bed, and a private terrace. Opulent palm-thatched villas include private swimming pools or private gardens and thatched dining pavilions. All accommodations feature rustic oak and natural cane furniture, wall-to-wall windows, and a marble bathroom with a sunken bath and shower. WiFi is complimentary for up to four devices.
In addition to a private beach, The Oberoi, Mauritius features an adults-only outdoor infinity pool, a spa and wellness centre, a fitness centre, and tennis courts. On-site restaurants serve cuisine ranging from Oriental and Creole to BBQ. The resort also provides a library as well as evening entertainment. Activities include wine tasting, glass bottom boat rides, scuba diving, and fishing.
Mauritius is known for its beaches, lagoons, and reefs. The resort is close to the seaside village of Grand-Baie and to Port Louis, the capital of Mauritius. Destinations in Port Louis include Champs de Mars horse track, Eureka plantation house, the Blue Penny Museum, and 18th-century Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Gardens.