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The Oberoi, Mauritius in Turtle Bay, Mauritius

Isolated from the world, a serene gem in the Indian Ocean, the verdant island of Mauritius invites you to escape and unwind in the lap of luxury at The Oberoi Mauritius. Along 600 meters of crystalline oceanfront, with a blend of European, African and Asian style, guest villas at this exquisite hotel are a perfect fusion of beach bungalow and stylish modernity. Comfortable and plush, each room has a breezy tropical atmosphere, with sunken baths overlooking open-air gardens, and an abundance of warm light. Breathe in the fresh air as you recline in your gazebo, or splash in your private pool, all the while enjoying the incredible surroundings. As you gaze out over the ocean from underneath your thatched roof, take in the sweeping mountains in the distance, and sink into the blissful ambiance of The Oberoi Mauritius.

Walk right down to the beach and dive into the warm island waters, or go windsurfing, water skiing and sailing under the magnificent tropical sun. Visit the village of Chamarel on the southwestern side of the island and see the Seven Colored Earth" - a place where volcanic sediment cooled at different temperatures creates a stunning rainbow of colored rock and sand. Be sure to take in Chamarel Falls, dropping 100 meters from the Saint Denis River into a lush gorge. Hike over 60 kilometers of forest trails in Black River Gorges National Park, and be amazed by the fascinating rare birds and plant life. Climb high into the mountains of Savanne, 1800 feet above sea level, and visit the temple of Lord Shiva at the sacred Ganga Talao Lake. Enjoy a fantastic day of canyonning around seven different waterfalls, and adventure out by rappelling through the falls, diving into clear pools, and sliding down natural rock formations. For a day of leisure, golf at numerous courses around the island, relax on a yacht cruise along the shores, or pamper yourself at The Oberoi Spa. As the sun sets over the island, sit down at The Restaurant and dine on continental, Oriental and Creole cuisine, then enjoy a perfectly mixed cocktail at the bar as the stars shine over The Oberoi Mauritius.

Location of The Oberoi, Mauritius

The Oberoi, Mauritius
Turtle Bay
Turtle Bay, Mauritius

Nearest Airport: MRU

Amenities for The Oberoi, Mauritius

  • Dining
  • Outdoor Dining
  • Private Dining
  • 24-Hour Room Service
  • Bar
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Beauty Salon
  • Concierge
  • Spa on Property
  • Spa Services
  • Laundry Service
  • Library
  • Fitness Center
  • WiFi
  • Currency Exchange Service
  • Valet Parking
  • Complimentary Parking
  • Boutique
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Tennis Courts
  • Car Rental
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Air Conditioning
  • DVD Players
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • Mini Bar
  • Satellite Television
  • Private Pools
  • Activities
  • Cooking Classes
  • Cultural Classes
  • Sailing
  • Water Skiing
  • Windsurfing
  • Mountain Biking
  • Scuba Diving
  • Tai Chi
  • Business
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Family
  • Babysitting
  • Kids Club
  • Rollaway Beds
  • Nearby
  • National Park
  • Interests
  • Active & Adventure
  • Beach

Reviews for The Oberoi, Mauritius

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

We stayed as a couple, for the second holiday at the Oberoi, Mauritius during September 2017. Having spent a week in this beautiful resort earlier in the year we felt that we had enjoyed the holiday so much, that we had to return. This 7 night stay was perfect. We were met on arrival by the general manager Dhiren Pereira, and other members of the team who welcomed us back with warmth and a cooling drink before being shown to our private villa with garden. We had requested the same one as previously and it was reserved for us. The accommodation is very well appointed, the housekeeping service, twice a day is excellent and nothing is too much trouble if you make requests. The professional manner and pleasantness of all staff is one of the reasons that makes the Oberoi stand out, together with the fine dining in the main restaurant and the location of ‘On the Rocks’for the evening b.b.q., Chef Igor, is always on hand to discuss menus and offered to prepare special dishes ‘off menu ‘if required. Chef Singh was very informative and we had a private showing of his herb garden and prepared some special herbal drinks for us, he also prepared us an excellent lobster Thermidor, off menu one evening, thank you. We have happy memories of our time here, and thanks also to Prakash, Sonah, Uumar, Jay, Dogger for the enjoyable and friendly service that they provided. The private villas provide seclusion and the gardens in the resort are beautiful, in fact every member of the gardening team would acknowledge us and greet us as we ambled around the grounds. I am sure we will return, we think the half board rate provides good value for the quality of the food served and we also used the hotel private limousine transfer service , which we arranged separately, and worked like clockwork.

michael j - Wales, United Kingdom

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

If you can somehow afford it, stay here. It’s not cheap, but it’s damn good. Beautiful rooms (ours with a private garden), delicious food, secluded beach, attentive staff. We couldn’t have been happier - even though it rained the whole time - ugh. If you’re wondering what drives the difference between Mauritius hotels, as we were, check out whether the hotel is a two-storey row of rooms behind the beach (generally cheaper) or a cosy collection of villas (like the Oberoi). This is luxury; the row of rooms is tourism.

Mr_Bing - London, United Kingdom

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

Beautiful Hotel. Luxury room with bar fridge, flat TV, swimming pool view from balcony, very peaceful. Open buffet breakfast was served.I will definitely recommend others when they are on holiday. you will really enjoy being there.

Alcazaba V - Johannesburg, South Africa

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

We booked a 5 day break here and stayed in a one bedroom villa with private garden and pool. The villa itself (no 109) was lovely. We chose the Oberoi mainly because of the description of the one bedroom villas. We very much enjoyed the privacy afforded by the private garden and pool but were somewhat disappointed that this particular villa had a tiny garden and was nothing like the spacious garden that was promoted on the Oberoi website and which is what prompted us to choose this hotel. There are certainly much larger one bedroom villa gardens and half way through our stay the manager offered did offer an alternative but by this time we had settled into our room. Housekeeping was excellent and our room was cleaned in a timely manner and maintained to a high standard. The general gardens around the hotel are stunning with lush flowering trees and shrubs and beautiful birds but personally didn't like some of the "theme park style" sculptures! The beach was disappointing small and the view out across the water was somewhat marred by the large industrial tankers queuing to dock at Port Louis. Beautiful sunsets though! We ate at the main restaurant and at the more informal On the Rocks restaurant. Some very mixed and haphazard service in the main restaurant. Some staff were delightful and engaging, others seemed disinterested and one in particular seemed surly and offhand. Irritating to have to wait 15 minutes for butter to be brought to the table at breakfast despite 3 requests? Gin and tonic served twice in the evening without ice and had to be requested separately?! Rocks restaurant staff were delightful and cheerful. Food was delicious but disappointed that the fixed menu in the main restaurant only changed on the last night of our holiday so we were ordering from the same menu for 4 nights of the holiday... but a good selection of Mauritian and other dishes. Would we return or recommend to friends?.. sadly not. I think there may be better luxury hotels on Mauritius.

gillchr - Haslemere

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

Having read the excellent reviews of this hotel I was looking forward to our stay with great anticipation...and I was not disappointed. We have not stayed at an Oberoi before but if this is an example of what this hotel chain represents then it will not be our fact we are staying at Bangalore Oberoi on Christmas Day and in the Oberoi boat in Kerala for New Years Eve. Before our stay I had bombarded the hotel with questions ranging from whether they had bran flakes or all bran for breakfast for my husband ( they did), the size of the pools and whether they were freshwater ( they are).. again for my husband, what the half board included ,whether reservations at the restaurants were required ( two are), the dress code, and the cost of a taxi transfer for my son. All emails were answered promptly and politely,even though they just have thought they were getting a difficult customer! After a welcome drink we were escorted to our lovely villa with a large bedroom with all facilities ...a fridge, coffee machine, large TV with English channels like Sky news and Netflix ( now I am addicted to The Crown series). The bathroom had a separate shower, a sunken bath,robes, towels and there was a separate room for our clothes and shoes. Any request was immediately granted. As we were not hungry after lots of plane food we were allowed to swop our dinner for lunch. There was a well equipped gym, although an extra bench would have been useful, lovely tennis courts...racquets and balls are provided as well as water and towels, although we had our own. Our son decided to earn his keep by giving us tennis lessons and they provided him with a basket of balls. There is a lovely spa for treatments at a price commensurate with this standard of hotel as well as activities like exercise classes, yoga, 6 km jogs, walks. Every day there is a different activity like star gazing, cookery with one of the hotels chefs where we were taught about the different properties of spices and herbs as well as being able to eat the dish at the end, nature walks, wine tasting ( the knowledge was put to good use when my white wine that night was not cold enough and I had a good excuse to reject it!), rum tasting, henna painting...all complimentary. Water sports available also included were water skiing, kayaking, pedallos, hobie cats, snorkelling, and a ride in a glass bottom boat. Bicycles are also available on a first come first served basis.The grounds are lovely and well kept. There are three restaurants...the main restaurant with a varied menu of dishes from Mauritius and other cuisines, the Gunpowder room with three large tables for four people each ...some evenings with a no choice Creole cooking and some no choice Japanese ( which had a supplement ),and On the Rocks where the chef barbecues fish and meat as well as other choices. Breakfast offered many different options from excellent pancakes, to eggs done all ways to Indian specialities all cooked fresh. There was also a good selection of food at the buffet including home made yogurts, fresh fruit the all important bran flakes,meats, chicken, nuts, different honeys,breads, and juices. Food was delicious, well presented in all the restaurants.Wine was very expensive...the cheapest being around £40 a bottle ( the type you can buy in an English supermarket at £12 for three bottles!) and wine by the glass at around £15-20 ) ,cocktails are around £10. Maybe if the drink was a little cheaper a few more people would sit in the bar drinking.again prices are I suppose commensurate with the hotels five star standard. There are two pool just for adults where you can sit either on the beach area or by the pool but both has the pools just steps away. There was also a beach area but it is rocky she you get into the sea. Loungers are comfortable with complimentary water, fruit and some days ice cream. As Mauritius has public beaches you do get the local people coming down and some people felt a bit uncomfortable as they stared at guests. There are also Beach hawkers who needed telling a few times that we werent interested in their shells etc. But what also sets this hotel apart are the staff. As my headline mentioned nothing was too much trouble. You want your toast more cooked...certainly want avocado and salmon with your eggs...certainly madam, you want pancakes and Mauritian dishes and eggs..certainly sir. And they remembered your likes and son reckons they made notes. Wherever you walk they treat you with respect ,bowing when they see you, asking after you.everyone from managers to waiters to cleaning staff had the same ethos on service. As you read review after review of this property which extols all its virtues you may think this place can’t be THAT good...but it is and more. We shall be returning and I look forward to my upcoming visits to Oberois in India.

debbiebreslaw - Finchley, North London, England

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