The Oberoi is located close to Port Louis. This stunning hotel captures the spirit of the island, combining privacy and abundant nature with refined luxury. There are a range of activities on offer at The Oberoi; enjoy a wide range of water sports, there is a gym and tennis courts, a stunning spa and beautiful restaurants.
Secluded by indigenous trees and framed by a lush tropical garden, the spa at The Oberoi, Mauritius is an oasis-within-an-oasis. Our range of international therapies harmonise modern sciences and ancient philosophies. Guests can also experience hatha yoga, t’ai chi and meditation.
The Restaurant is the formal dining venue, serving Creole, International and Asian cuisine. A stylish, al fresco dining space that overlooks the Indian Ocean and twinkling lights of Port Louis harbour, The Restaurant encompasses a traditional, thatched roof pavilion and dining under the stars. Guests are welcomed by enchanting wooden bird sculptures and will be mesmerised by the azure reflection pool that is lit by magnificent flaming torches at night.
Guests can enjoy unique dining experiences in the fantastic al fresco restaurants and bars at The Oberoi, Mauritius.
Located in traditional thatched roof structures, The Restaurant and Bar offer spectacular views across the Indian Ocean, while from On the Rocks, diners can almost dip their toes in the ocean. Our fantastic Gunpowder Room, open for dinner twice a week, is a magnificent, restored French colonial battery and a recognised national monument.
On the Rocks is a truly unique dining venue. Located on top of dark volcanic rocks that extend into the ocean, guests can hear the waves crashing beneath them and almost dip their toes in the waters as they savour fresh sea food from the live grill, salads, pasta and wood-fired pizza. Guests who have had a successful day’s fishing on Turtle Bay can also have their catch cooked by the chefs, according to their preference.
The Bar is housed in a traditional, open-sided thatched roof structure, caressed by balmy sea breezes and lit by a magnificent cast iron chandelier. The space is adorned with an antique swing and an ebony piano, played by jazz and classical musicians every evening. From a rustic oak table or comfortable sofa, guests can enjoy uninterrupted ocean views while they enjoy high tea, a cocktail at sundown, or sip on a classic martini, fine wine, local beer or local rum.
The Gunpowder Room is a recognised national monument that dates back to French colonial times. With rustic, brick walls, rough stone floors, antique wine barrels and glittering chandeliers, guests who enter the Gunpowder Room will be transported back to a bygone era.
The Oberoi enjoys an unrivalled position on the shores of Turtle Bay – a natural marine park with a vibrant coral reef. The hotel has access to six hundred metres of combed, white sand beaches, which are blessed with views of magnificent sunsets, every day.
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