Relaxation is key at this hotel – beach service brings drinks and snacks to your sunlounger, while the spa does a line in couples’ massages. Even activities are laid-back, with yoga classes, kayaking and glass bottom boat trips on the cards. Food-wise, there are five restaurants serving international and authentic Mauritian fare.
SPORTS & ACTIVITIES
There’s an impressive watersports line-up here, including water-skiing, sailing, canoeing and diving*. Back on dry land, there’s a driving range and tennis courts to keep you busy.
Little ones have got their own kids’ club, with activities like cake decorating and treasure hunts on the cards, while teens can sign up for beach sports, dance classes and island daytrips.
- 4 tennis courts
Floodlights make the tennis courts ideal for night play. You'll need sports shoes and the correct clothing, too.
- Table tennis
- Beach volleyball
- Mountain bikes*
- Glass-bottom boat trip
- Big game fishing*
- Catamaran cruise*
- Pedal boats
- Golf driving range*
FOOD & DRINK
The food and drink scene's getting a fresh look here. As well as a buffet venue, there'll be the Creole Smoke House, a Peruvian and Japanese place, and a gourmet sea-view restaurant.
Next to the beach, an ice-cream and sorbet car will take care of between-meal snacks, while the coffee shop and tea salon will sort caffeine cravings.
- Creole smoke house
Nestled under one of the islands oldest banyan trees, this eatery offers classic flavours where you can explore the local dishes at both lunch and dinner.
- Palm Court Bar
Opening Times: [10.00-00.00]
You'll find this bar next to the pool area, offering a variety of refreshing drinks and cocktails. It comes with comfy sofas and bar stools with views stretching out to sea. As well as an extensive drinks menu, it's home to live music and entertainment in the evening.
- Bodrum Blue
This place sits right on the beach, on it's own mini peninsula, it specialises in traditional Turkish cuisine so you can expect the likes of mezzes and kebabs. Chefs strive to present the most authentic flavours by using the freshest ingredients straight from the heart of Istanbul. You'll find alongside Bodrum Blue a shisha lounge with ocean backdrops to conclude your dinner.
- Palm Court
The main restaurant offers buffet breakfast and dinner, as well as show cooking, themed evenings and speciality dishes throughout the week.
- Beach Rouge
With sweeping views of the ocean, you can drink and dine with your toes in the sand at Beach Rouge.
- Café Lux*
Opening Times: [08.00-22.00]
Relax with a coffee made from the island's blend of green organic beans.
- Beach service
If you work up a thirst while lounging on the beach, just grab the attention of one of the beach crew and they'll be happy to bring you a refreshing drink or a snack.
Try some home-made sicilian ice cream, open throughout the afternoon.
The first of it's kind in Mauritius, INTI specialises in fusing Peruvian and Argentinian flavours together across three spaces - the open grill kitchen, a Ceviche, Tiradito & Pisco bar, as well as a dedicated pastry station. It's open for during the evenings for dinner.
HEALTH & BEAUTY
The spa* is tucked away in a quiet corner of the hotel, and comes with scented treatment rooms, a whirlpool bath and a secluded pool.
There’s a ‘Me Time’ menu that covers everything from massages and facials to yoga classes and full-on fitness programmes.
- LUX* Me Spa
Choose from a long menu of massages*, body wraps*, facials* and beauty treatments like manicures* and pedicures*. A steam room and sauna are also on offer too.
Choose from a range of programmes that focus on things like stamina, flexibility, balance and cardiovascular endurance. There's new equipment and they come at different levels, so there's something to suit all.
The poolside bar is the setting for live music and DJ sets, and every so often there’ll be a sega show, with traditional Mauritian music and dancing.
The hotel plays host to a private cinema – a couple of nights a week there are al fresco film screenings, too, with cushions set up on the lawn next to the banyan tree.
- Live music
- Evening entertainment programme
There are local dance and music shows as well as a DJ a couple of times a week.
- 60-seat cinema
- Daily activity programme
- Play kids' club
Opening Times: [09.00-22.00]
There's plenty on offer to keep the kids busy here. For children ages between 3 and 11, you'll find activities like cartoons, a cinema, video games, pool and beach games, cooking lessons, fishing lessons and more.
There’s a trio of pools to pick from. The biggest overlooks the main beach and comes with sunken seating, while another has sea views and sits next to an ancient banyan tree.
In the spa*, you’ll find a small freshwater pool with a rock waterfall feature. There’s a hot tub hidden among greenery to one side, too.
- 2 outdoor pools
There's two pools here, one is heated and one is reserved especially for adults. Surrounded by roomy sun terraces and speckled with sunbeds and parasols, there's plenty of room for relaxing.
- Free Wi-Fi
- Laundry service*
- Telephone box
You can use the big red telephone box for calls from home for free.
Items marked with * incur extra charges which are payable locally
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