Rooms & Suites: 193
Closed for renovation. The Grand Mauritian Resort & Spa, rests just off the eastern coast of Africa, where gently swaying sugar cane fields and azure waters bursting with life beg to be explored.
Spread over 10 hectares, The Grand Mauritian Resort & Spa is replete with captivating views and sparkling amenities. The Mandara Spa is a luxurious retreat that was created with supreme sensitivity to the guest experience capturing the essence of luxury and privacy that is at the heart of your stay. Beyond this blissful escape, the resort offers a number of activities to guide you on your path towards rejuvenation. Two swimming pools refresh the senses with crystalline waters and poolside refreshments and light meals, while the turquoise waves of the Indian Ocean are an incredibly tempting alternative.
When you have fully re-charged, set your sights on more active endeavors, which include a number of water-based options. Allow our expert Luxury Collection Concierge staff to arrange a dive from the hotel or try your hand at water skiing or snorkeling. The Marine Nature Park is adjacent to the resort and an excellent alternative for those wishing to enjoy a leisurely stroll through relaxing and scenic surrounds.
Opportunity abounds for the athletically inclined at The Grand Mauritian Resort & Spa. Partake in a spirited game of tennis in one of the two lighted courts, both conveniently located at the entrance to the hotel and offering breathtaking views of the mountains. The fitness centre -- located on the first floor of the Mandara Spa includes cardio, strength and movement training facilities. Steam rooms, saunas and Jacuzzis soothe tired muscles post workout.
Kids are celebrated at The Grand Mauritian Resort & Spa, as evidenced by the fun-filled Explorers Club. The club is a fully supervised indoor and outdoor playground catering to children ages 4 to 12.
Each of the 15 villas is designed to embrace the beauty of the resort's spectacular beachfront setting. The landscaping, various water-based features and the sheer beauty of the Indian Ocean work their way into the simple yet sophisticated decor. All rooms offer a breathtaking sea-view.
All of the 193 rooms and suites have a classic feel, though a modern aesthetic weaves its way in and out of the tastefully appointed spaces with thoughtful amenities, including flat screen televisions. A palette of soft, muted colours that includes taupe, ivory, and duck-egg blue adds a sense of serene elegance to the room. Spacious and airy marble bathrooms and dressing areas open up onto a generous bedroom and patio area, the ideal spot to admire the natural reef and gentle waves pulsing below.
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Complimentary Fitness Facility Tennis Court Water Sports Beach Access Planned Beach Activities Children's Program Explorers Club (Kids Club) Children's Pool Outdoor Heated Pool Diving Center Mandara Spa
Mauritius a cultural melting pot where past and present work in symphony redefines natural beauty with a stunning landscape that compels you to return to its shores time and again. An oasis of peace and tranquility, the people are as warm as the sun dappled sea each smiling face eager to help you fulfill the promise of a truly unique holiday experience. Off the beach, the island is filled with hidden gems that easily reveal themselves. The Grand Mauritian Resort & Spa is located just 60 kilometers from the islands international airport and only 15 kilometers from the island's hub, Grand Baie, known for its shopping, restaurants, bars and nightlife. The islands capital, Port-Louis, is a bustling centre of business and entertainment, a mere 15 kilometers from the resort. It is the busiest port in the Indian Ocean, offering explosions of grand colour and a wealth of culture. The Chinese Pagoda an example of traditional Chinese architecture stands opposite the racecourse and is just one example of the diversity of architectural styles that pepper the island. The Jummah Mosque, the stately English Saint James Cathedral, and the Indian Tamil Temple should also be explored at leisure. Mauritius market is the cultural heart of the city, and is a popular meeting spot for visitors and locals alike. This sensory feast offers a range of foods and wares, from fruits and vegetables to herbs to clothing and kitchen tools. Additional shopping galleries and restaurants can be found alongside the harbour at the Caudan waterfront. The Pamplemousses Botanical Garden dates from 1770 and was created by Pierre Poivre during the island's French sovereignty. The immense garden features astonishing plant species, including stunning giant water lilies.
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