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The St. Regis Mauritius Resort
Why we like it
- Located on the southwestern side of the island on Le Morne Beach
- A five star luxury resort with 172 guest rooms and suites with breathtaking views over the Indian Ocean waters
- A signature Iridium Spa featuring 12 private treatment rooms
- The St. Regis Mauritius Resort has been elegantly styled and offers excellent personalised hospitality
- Activities on offer include wind or kite surfing
- All rooms and suites have a 24 hour butler service
- Six carefully selected restaurants and bars including Simply India, the signature restaurant by Michelin star chef Atul Kochhar
- The first St. Regis Resort in the Indian Ocean
Sitting on your own private balcony watching the sunset over the open waters of the Indian Ocean was simply breathtaking.
Thank you for your voicemail; it's so nice of you to follow up to see how our holiday was. We had an amazing time. Thanks again for an absolutely wonderful trip.
- BW, London
The UNESCO World Heritage site Le Morne Mountain provides a befitting backdrop to the resort and with the world's best diving and kite surfing spots moments away. The resort boasts 172 elegantly designed rooms and suites all with views of the Indian Ocean from a private outdoor area. The Beachfront St. Regis Suite is just steps from the shore ensuring with this luxurious suite that the ultimate in luxurious accommodation and privacy are met.
Facilities at the resort include a large swimming pool which is set between the colonial Manor House and the Boathouse Bar & Grill at the centre of the resort. The landscaped gardens that surround the pool pacify the vibrancy of the restaurants and conveniences that are only a short walk away, making the pool a peaceful place for guests to relax. For those seeking ultimate relaxation, enjoy the exquisite facilities of the Iridium Spa. The resort is a 40 minute drive from Mauritius airport and the capital city Port Louis.
11 hours 40 minutes
GMT +4 hours
Not required for UK passport holders
Yellow fever if arriving from endemic area
Best time to travel
May - December
Mauritius experiences a hot and humid summer from December to April and cooler, drier conditions from May to November. Under the influence of the prevailing south-easterly winds, the east coast is slightly cooler and wetter than the west. The winds can bring a welcome relief to the east coast in the hottest summer months but are more blustery here in July and August. The cyclone season lasts from December to March. Although a direct hit is rare, cyclones far out at sea can bring some days of squally rain.