Overlooking the pristine blue waters of The Turtle Bay, The Oberoi, Mauritius complements the natural splendor and beauty of its surroundings. A peaceful and serene abode enveloped by 20 acres of lush sub-tropical gardens with the majestic range of green mountains offering a dramatic backdrop, this hotel includes 600 meters of oceanfront and turquoise lagoon. Located in the Indian Ocean far off the southeast coast of Africa, Mauritius is a melange of multiple ethnicities, languages, and religions. It was colonized by the Dutch, French and British, who came for its natural resources, from ebony trees to vanilla, sugarcane, and peppercorns. The island’s capital city: Port Louis, has a diverse culture that is reflected in its vibrant arts, architecture, museums, and markets.
The Oberoi Beach Resort, Mauritius, is directly located on Turtle Bay's pristine white beach, a natural marine park. Spread over twenty acres of lush, sub-tropical gardens, it offers views of breathtaking sunsets and night skies bursting with stars. Magnificent accommodation with traditional thatched roofs. Unique restaurants serving authentic Creole and international cuisines. And a Touching Senses program of daily cultural and mindfulness activities. All complemented by the warm, intuitive hospitality.
Rooms & Villas - All villas and pavilions have traditional thatched roofs, breathtaking vistas, and sunken marble bathrooms with private garden views. This property has 71 guestrooms, including one Royal Villa with private swimming pools, one Presidential Villa with private swimming pool, 16 Luxury Villas with private swimming pools, five Luxury Villas with private garden, and 48 Luxury Pavilions. The interior designer, H.L. Lim, has sought to create a serene ambiance by using soft and subtle natural colored fabrics and timbers, thus creating a soothing, light atmosphere offering an interesting contrast to the bright organic hues that the outdoors offer.
Dining - The dining spaces each have a distinct flavor. Dine under the stars or atop rocks on the very edge of the ocean. Take a seat in the Gunpowder Room, The Herb Trail, or The Bar. The two restaurants offer contemporary International cuisine with subtle Mediterranean influences. Guests can also relish light meals, tropical fruit, and cocktails at the swimming pools in a casual atmosphere all day till sunset. The hotel offers an extensive wine list, including wines from France, California, Australia, Italy, and South Africa.
"On the Rocks" - For a truly unforgettable dining experience, let us show you to a table perched on top of dark volcanic rocks that rise out of the ocean. Fresh seafood from the grill, salads, pasta, pizzas, and even your personal catch cooked just the way you like it is complemented by the sound of waves crashing at your toes. On the Rocks is open for lunch, dinner, and light snacks throughout the day. "The Gunpowder Room" - An original gunpowder room dating back to 18th century French colonial Mauritius. The fine-dining space exudes the charm of a bygone era, with rustic stone walls and floors, antique wine barrels, and chandeliers. Traditional Creole cuisine is served on Monday to Friday evenings, while an Omakase Japanese menu is available for dinner on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Private dining is available by prior arrangement. Dress code: Gentlemen are requested to wear long trousers, shirts with sleeves and closed shoes in the evening.
"The Restaurant Creole" - Indian and international cuisines for breakfast and dinner. Naturally lit during the daytime and with magnificent ocean views, the fine dining restaurant takes on a different avatar at night. Flaming torches lit the reflection pool, and across the ocean, the twinkling lights of Port Louis harbor can be seen. Savor authentic Creole, international and Indian cuisine within the traditional thatched roof room, or alfresco under the stars. The Restaurant is open for breakfast and dinner. Dress code: Gentlemen are requested to wear long trousers, shirts with sleeves and closed shoes in the evening. The bar is open-sided with a traditional thatched roof and offers endless ocean vistas. Melodies played here every evening upon the ebony piano are carried on the gentle sea breeze. Comfortably seated at a rustic oak table or a comfortable sofa, you can enjoy cocktails, champagne, prestige wines, local rums.