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The St. Regis Mauritius Resort in Le Morne, Mauritius

Adrift on the shimmering waters of the Indian Ocean, with the green peaks of Mauritius' idyllic Le Morne Branbant Mountain range looming in the distance, The St. Regis Mauritius Resort is an island paradise miles from the monotony of everyday. From the airy, ivory canopies draped above the oversized beds to the lavish Remède bath amenities, The St. Regis Mauritius Resort upholds the superior standards of elegance and refinement essential to the internationally acclaimed Starwood brand. With a myriad of ornate lobbies and intricately designed corridors, six restaurants boasting international cuisine, and over 170 spacious rooms that complement the natural beauty of the surrounding area, the St. Regis Mauritius offers its elite clientele "experience beyond expectation."

Greet the morning on your private terrace as the resort's dedicated staff attends to a colorful array of island fruits and sumptuous local delicacies for breakfast. Then, explore the lofty peaks and verdant valleys of Mauritius on horseback, or take to the sea with a list of "to-do" activities from deep-sea fishing and kayaking to uncovering the hidden treasures of the dazzling underwater coral reefs. The resort also offers a catalogue of organized activities including a sublime day on the water with a dolphin cruise and poolside activities. If your ideal luxury vacation means a day of shopping and "spa-ing," spa treatments are available at the resort, and the Bagatelle Mall of Mauritius is just a few short miles away. Return to the resort for a taste of heaven. Whether you hope to savor sumptuous Indian fare, or want to please your palate with Pan-Asian small plates, the resort's six eateries will carry your taste buds on a flavorful journey across the globe. A night cap at the charmingly old-fashioned 1904 Bar, and a luxurious soak in your room's massive tub sets the mood for a tranquil evening under the stars. Then, as the sounds of sugar cane swaying in the fields lulls you to sleep, delight in the knowledge that you do not need to dream of paradise—because you have already arrived.

Location of The St. Regis Mauritius Resort

The St. Regis Mauritius Resort
Le Morne Peninsula
Le Morne, Mauritius

Nearest Airport: MRU

Amenities for The St. Regis Mauritius Resort

  • General Information
  • 172 Guest Rooms and Suites
  • Pets Not Permitted
  • Dining
  • Pool Bar
  • 2 Bars
  • 24-Hour Room Service
  • 6 Restaurants
  • Room Service
  • Afternoon Tea
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Concierge
  • Pool
  • Spa on Property
  • Spa Services
  • Laundry Service
  • Fitness Center
  • WiFi
  • Currency Exchange Service
  • Butler Service
  • Valet Parking
  • Gardens
  • Limousine Service
  • 24-Hour Concierge
  • Tennis Court
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Turndown Service
  • DVD Players
  • In-Room Safes
  • Televisions
  • iPod Docks
  • Luxury Linens
  • Radio & CD Players
  • Private Terraces
  • Activities
  • Deep Sea Fishing
  • Fishing
  • Windsurfing
  • Scuba Diving
  • Snorkeling
  • Sightseeing
  • Kite Surfing
  • Business
  • Meeting Room
  • Business Services
  • Family
  • Babysitting
  • Kids Club
  • Nearby
  • Shopping
  • Beach
  • Golf
  • Beaches
  • Shopping Mall
  • National Park
  • Interests
  • Beach
  • Culture & Arts
  • Family
  • Hotels

Reviews for The St. Regis Mauritius Resort

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

We stayed at this hotel as part of our honeymoon. The room was lovely but we stayed in a room in in the 600's which was a real pain as the reception and restaurants were at the opposite end of what is a large resort. The beach has quite a lot of coral, but this could be due to the time of year we visited (July). The weather wasn't great. The service was good in the evening and they do try to ensure you are happy, but breakfast was very disappointing. Staff often forgot our hot drinks orders or brought them over when we had finished our food. This was our third time in Mauritius (stayed in Flic En Flac previously) and we felt the real personal service we had been used to on this beautiful island wasn't quite to the same standard. The main path to the rooms is too narrow and you are often in the way of the golf buggies driving up and down all day. Overall, I'm sure the weather didn't help in our slight disappointment, but I would say this hotel was above average at best. Our tip would be to stay in a room closer to the main building.

Mark R

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

Amazing staff friendliness (special mention for Preety at Manoir and Jonathan at Fitness), huge buffet and restaurant choice and quality, cleanliness and quality of rooms, butler service, sport and leisure infrastructure, comfortable and spacious accomodations, luxury environment, sand beach and sea activites. It's paradise on earth. Tip: invest into the upgrade for a beachfront junior suite, it's worth it, best on first floor. And refinance by only taking B&B. The half and full board packs are not really value for money if you don't eat every time full three course menue. Rather pay everytime individually, especially as you will have to add paiments for the Japanese, Asian, Indian and selected dishes in the other restaurants, as well. This is not a critisism of the generally great quality of the food; the packages are just not value, especially when staying with children. Very few things to improve: pricing of Japanese restaurant, atmosphere too cold and food not at level with others in Indian restaurant. Service training for some restaurant staff (whom to serve first, how to remind an order, small things really), housekeeping rather in the morning than afternoon, more actively preventing some tourists from reserving their spaces for the entire day without staying on the beach. But all in all, paradise on earth!

Marc L

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

The St Regis was incredible. The staff could not do enough for us to make our stay a fantastic one, always with a smile and checking everything was ok. The food at each restaurant was beautiful. Rooms were brilliant. Couldn't ask for more, would struggle to make even the smallest complaint. A perfect stay!

leeranson8 - Cuckfield, United Kingdom

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

My family, 5 people including myself, stayed in this hotel for a week. It was a lovely stay but came with some surprises. For a first-time traveler, here they are: First of all, you should know that European summer = Mauritian winter. We arrived there with no sweaters, no long pants, simply shorts and dresses. We were prepared for a heat similar to Asia in this period of time. You should definitely bring at least 1 sweater and 1 pair of long trousers, because the temperature can go as low as 20 degrees Celsius. Second, the sand in Mauritius is not at all like that of the Maldives. It is basically crushed shells and coral and can be really uncomfortable to walk on barefoot. I recommend bringing a pair of those rubber shoes made especially for this type of sand. Lastly, this is a very family-oriented hotel. There are many small children, at least when we were staying there, and you can hear them screaming and so on when lying on the beach or having a meal. This can be quite disturbing if you are trying to have a romantic getaway. On the overall, I was very satisfied by the St Regis Mauritius because of the highlights we experienced there. On one of the days, we woke up at 6 am to take a private boat and go snorkeling with dolphins. We were advised that there MIGHT be some whales, but told not to count on it as it is very rare to see them. And what do you know? We saw three different whales that day! It was wonderful. We also went snorkeling with dolphins which was lovely. However, *don't expect much from the reef*. If you have been to the Maldives, you've seen incredible fish, turtles, relatively many colors, different types of coral, etc. Here, the water was quite cold so the snorkeling wasn't so pleasant, and the reef was quite dull. On the other hand, I did not go scuba diving this time so perhaps it gets more beautiful as you go deeper. We also had a barbecue on the Ile aux Benitiers. It was delicious and the people were so kind. I highly recommend it. I also highly recommend making a day trip to the island and going to La Vanille National Park. Even though it may seem touristic, the turtles are worth it. You can take a picture holding a baby alligator and other animals. Especially if you are with kids, this is a very worthwhile visit. What made our stay really special was the people. Mauritians are extremely hospitable, relaxed, and kind, reminding me of Carribeans. At the hotel, the people who really stood out were: Sylvestre- you are a great person and a true friend. Thank you for everything. Kamto, Nasheed (amazing card tricks, by the way), Vignesh- thank you all for the wonderful service! Selvom- you make the most amazing drinks ever. One of the most talented barmen I've ever seen. Thank you! Kevin- you're a funny one! Thank you for the laughs. I would like to note to the management that all these people work extremely hard, some of them 16-hour days. They deserve great recognition and thanks. Hope you enjoy your stay in Mauritius! - Aurelia

aureliadochnal - Lugano, Switzerland

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

After doing quite some research on the best spot to spend a week in Mauritius in the month of August, I ended up choosing Le Morne peninsula. We didn't regret the choice!! The location is just magical: the view of the Le Morne mountain is just spectacular, especially from the sea. The beach is beautiful and not busy at all, whilst kept clean as well. The sea is shallow so perfect for small children as well, just be careful with the coral which is abundant in some parts. Wearing water sandals might be the best thing to do. The hotel provides beach chairs with mattresses and towels, they also offer water and some occasional snacks, obviously drinks can also be ordered. Beaches in Mauritius are public, which I personally think is a good idea not to give the country away to tourism companies. Although some people pass, trying to sell jewelry or excursions, they were never annoying as I have experienced in other African countries. Staff is friendly and abundant present, speaking many languages. The resort has a gym, one tennis court, a nice daycare facility for children and many water activities free of charge. I would recommend taking one of the pedalos, very easy to control and offers you a great view of the mountain. The hotel also offers a free one hour snorkeling trip which we found a bit disappointing: the boat remains very close to the hotel, so one could also swim there from the beach. Secondly, the area is quite vulnerable with the corals and low tide. As a result a lot of people step on the corals when snorkeling which damages the corals. Maybe it would be better to offer a trip a bit further to a nicer location, even if charging a small fee? I hurt my feet when windsurfing due to the corals, luckily the resort has a nurse who gave me some first aid care. If you want to windsurf I would recommend going to the outer side of the resort where all (wind and kite) surfers go: great, constant wind with high waves as well. We stayed in one of the junior suites: they are very nice and spacious. The bathroom is big with a separate bathtub and view to the bedroom. Although we had a garden view suite we could still see the sea from our balcony. If you would like to rent a beach view then ask for a ground floor which then gives you direct access to the beach from the patio. The gardens are pretty, maintained every day. We were very satisfied with the quality and service at the restaurants. Breakfast is ample and diverse. Of course it is rather busy around 9 am but if you are there around 8:30 it is great. The main building and other restaurants are built in a nice colonial style, all charming. You have to reserve ahead for dinner which is nice because it means you don't have to wait long. All restaurants are great, we liked the Secrets of India the least though. Dishes are very tasty and nicely presented. All and all a fantastic location if you are looking for a week or so of pure relaxation, comfort (butler service) and quality in a stunning setting. If you want a bit more of "action" and interaction with locally owned restaurants etc then a hotel in for instance the Flac and Flac area might be more appropriate but for us this was just what we wanted:)

gtschulting - Brussels, Belgium

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