The eastern coast of Mauritius is an untouched, verdant corner of paradise perfect for travellers seeking natural beauty in the Indian Ocean. Tucked away on Trou d'Eau Douce Bay, Shangri-La's Le Touessrok Resort & Spa serves as an idyllic retreat where guests can't help but feel a sense of total relaxation. Each of the 200 rooms and three villas within Le Touessrok have been crafted with an astounding attention to detail.
Everything has been thought of; from the furnishings made using indigenous materials to the more modern amenities such as the flat screen televisions and complimentary WiFi. Every room at the property offers either a splendid view of the Indian Ocean or direct access to the beach. Guests staying in a room with Frangipani benefits will also receive exclusive extras such as a bottle of champagne on arrival, complimentary evening cocktails and more.
The food at Shangri-La’s Le Touessrok Resort & Spa
Embark on a tantalising tour of fine dining at the resort's four distinct restaurants. Kushi, a haven for lovers of Japanese cuisine, is overseen by a sushi master but also offers a selection of other delicacies including tempura and udon dishes. A unique Indian experience can be found at Safran which offers a set menu featuring 15 rice, bread and curry dishes to give you a full taste of the sub-continent. Mauritius is famous for its premium rum and this is celebrated at the Sega Bar. Here you can even try cocktails that have been smoked to give a flavour quite unlike anything else.
Things to do at Shangri-La’s Le Touessrok Resort & Spa
You can feel the influence of Shangri-La, which according to legend is a place of personal peace, running through CHI, The Spa. The menu comprehensively covers a worldwide assortment of soothing treatments. You can indulge in ancient techniques from China as well as Ayuvedic rituals which are informed by Hindu teachings. While you rejuvenate in the spa, the kids can discover their own personal haven at the T-Club, open from 9am-10pm daily. Adults can also get active with the resort with complimentary water sports including kayaking and windsurfing.
Plus, Shangri-La’s Le Touessrok Resort & Spa, Mauritius now offers access to two of the most impressive golf courses in the world. Golfers staying at the resort – already able to tee off at Ile aux Cerfs Golf Club – can now experience Anahita Golf Club, including complimentary green fees. The state-of-the-art course at Ile aux Cerfs Golf Club was designed by the legendary Bernhard Langer and is named one of the top 10 golf courses in the world. While the new Anahita Golf Club partnership grants access to a par 72, Ernie Els-designed course, set on proportioned fairways on a former sugar plantation in dual loops of nine, backgrounded by lush mountains and fringed by the crystal-clear lagoon.
Please note: Gentlemen are advised to wear long trousers and closed shoes for dinner, in keeping with the universal dress code for hotels in Mauritius.