With turquoise waters lapping at its edges, the Four Seasons Resort is one of Mauritian east coast’s prime jewels. Utterly natural in its setting, this 5 star luxury hotel is a veritable tropical oasis bordered by two championship-standard golf courses. The resort also homes an award-winning spa.
With such a palette of choice, everyone can find their fit! For a true lavish stay, we suggest the Presidential Suite, evidently. The Mangrove Villa guesthouse is also a great one, because of its unique blend of tropical greenery and seaside setting.
Restaurants & Bar
There are 3 restaurants and 1 bar. The Beau Champ is one with classic French dishes, which guests can see prepared in an open kitchen. It serves breakfast and dinner. Bambou is open for lunch, late lunch and dinner. It serves international fare, with an inclination towards Mediterranean cuisine. For fans of Italian cuisine, head to Acuapazza, which is an open-air restaurant resting on the shoreline. They have a great wine selection.
The O – Bar is where you can enjoy a cocktail, fine liquor, as well as hand rolled cigars. This bar/lounge is open all day.
A lush couple retreat
The Four Seasons has a plethora of activities designed for couples. From exquisite packages at its spa to bicycle rides across the vast estate, to bespoke dining experiences, the sky is the limit with what couples can do. Get in touch with the concierge to plan a unique stay.
You can also spend memorable time with your spouse and children at Four Seasons. The concierge will advise you in creating a bespoke holiday itinerary to enthrall every member of the family. Activities include helicopter tours to kayaking on the calm lagoon waters (and childcare for when you want some adults-only time). There is are also special programs devised for young children and a Young Adults’ Centre.
The Resort’s guests have full access to the Built to the Anahita Golf Club, a 18-hole course build according to USGA standards and the first of its kind in Mauritius. This championship, Ernie Els-designed course is idyllic in its tropical setting. I has vast fairways and six stunning oceanfront greens that culminate in an 18th that is among the most spectacular in the world.
Guests also have access to the Ile aux Cerfs Golf Club, but at extra cost for the boat journey there. This golf-course, designed by Bernhard Langer, is accessible to players of all levels. It spans over 38 hectares on the southern half of the Ile aux Cerfs Island.