Located in the Indian Ocean far off the south east coast of Africa, Mauritius is a melange of multiple ethnicities, languages and religions. It was colonised by the Dutch, French and British, who came for its natural resources; from ebony trees to vanilla, sugarcane and peppercorns. The island’s capital city: Port Louis has a diverse culture that is reflected in its vibrant arts, architecture, museums and markets.
The Oberoi Beach Resort, Mauritius is directly located on the pristine white beach of Turtle Bay, a natural marine park. Spread over twenty acres of lush, sub tropical gardens, it offers views of breathtaking sunsets and night skies bursting with stars.
Magnificent accommodation with traditional thatched roofs. Unique restaurants serving authentic Creole and international cuisines. And a Touching Senses programme of daily cultural and mindfulness activities. All complemented by our warm, intuitive hospitality.
The Oberoi Beach Resort, Baie aux Tortues, Mauritius 20108
The beautiful island of Mauritius sits in the Indian Ocean, approximately 2,000 kms off the south east coast of Africa and 1,130 kms from Madagascar. Once home to the now extinct Dodo, it is now better known for its excellent diving, breathtaking sunsets and local, flavoured rum.
The Oberoi, Mauritius occupies an unrivalled position on the pristine shores of Turtle Bay, approximately 15 kms from the capital Port Louis.
All villas and rooms have traditional thatched roofs, breathtaking vistas and sunken marble bathrooms with private garden views.
Our dining spaces each have a distinct flavour. Dine under the stars or atop rocks on the very edge of the ocean.
Take a seat in our Gunpowder Room, The Herb Trail or The Bar.
For a truly unforgettable dining experience, let us show you to a table perched on top of dark volcanic rocks that rise out of the ocean. Fresh seafood from the grill, salads, pasta, wood fired pizzas and even your personal catch cooked just the way you like it, are complimented by the sound of waves crashing at your toes. On the Rocks is open for lunch, dinner and light snacks throughout the day. ...
Naturally lit during the daytime and with magnificent ocean views, at night our fine dining restaurant takes on a different avatar. The reflection pool is lit by flaming torches, and across the ocean the twinkling lights of Port Louis harbour can be seen. Savour authentic Creole, international and Indian cuisine within the traditional thatched roof room, or al fresco under the stars. The Restaurant...
An original gunpowder room dating back to 18th century French colonial Mauritius, our fine dining space exudes the charm of a bygone era; with rustic stones walls and floors, antique wine barrels and chandeliers. Traditional Creole cuisine is served on Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings, while an Omakase Japanese menu is available for dinner on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Private dining is available...
Our bar is open sided with a traditional thatched roof and offers endless ocean vistas. Melodies played here every evening upon the ebony piano are carried on the gentle sea breeze. Comfortably seated at a rustic oak table or a comfortable sofa, you can enjoy cocktails, champagne, prestige wines, local rums or high tea.
On Saturday and Sunday nights, The Herb Trail hosts a unique communal dining experience. A four course set menu of dishes slow cooked in an underground fire pit, purpose built within the herb garden. Delicacies include a smoke house meat and seafood sharing platter, lamb slow cooked for the whole day in the fire pit and hand-crafted desserts. Reservation required.
Take some time out for an Oberoi signature massage. Luxuriate in our two beautiful pools. Or work it all out in the fitness centre.
The Oberoi Spa Our open air treatment rooms for couples are the perfect setting to experience African inspired and signature Oberoi massage therapies, sensory experiences and Indian essentials.
Swimming Pool We have two outdoor pools with private access and ocean views. All guests are welcome to use the pool at On The Rocks. Turtle Bay pool is for adults only.
Fitness centre Air conditioned and equipped with a range of cardiovascular and weights machines. With views across our sub tropical gardens.
A leisurely morning in the gardens and an afternoon on the beach.
A romantic evening stroll under a blanket of stars. Time is yours.
Turtle Bay offers PADI diving under professional instructors for beginners, advanced divers and photographers....
From our private boat house in front of the resort, we offer complimentary glass bottom boat rides, hobie cat sailing, sea kayaking, water skiing, wind surfing, pedalo boating and snorkelling trips to the Turtle Bay marine park, all supervised by a professional.We provide all equipment and protective wear. You are requested to contact our Concierge for water sports schedule.
Mark your wedding anniversary with a personalised ceremony; from hair and make-up to a sunset photo shoot and an intimate exchange of vows in our private beach cove. A candlelit dinner for two on the beach completes the experience. Notes Minimum 48 hours advance booking required. Price includes hair, make-up, flowers and decorations, photoshoot, photo album and a commemorative DVD and dinner. Timing Starting at 4.30 pm
A few more good reasons for you to stay with us.
Art, markets, parks, gardens, rainforest and a volcanic phenomenon await.
This beautiful National Park is home to most of Mauritius’ rainforest, a number of wild animal species and all of the island’s endemic birds. It covers almost seventy square kilometres and includes around sixty kilometres of walking trails; one of which leads to the summit of Black River Peak. At 828 metres, this is the island’s highest point and it commands spectacular views. There are also numerous zip line experiences, as well as quad biking within the park. It also features a suspended foot bridge, which at 750 metres long, is not for the faint hearted.
Chamarel’s seven coloured earths are a unique geological phenomenon of volcanic earth that never erodes; sand dunes composed of red, brown, violet, green, purple, blue and yellow particles that spontaneously separate and settle in layers. It is said that if you take a handful of the seven colours and mix them all together, they will naturally separate back into their different groups.
A revered crater lake and a place of Hindu pilgrimage, where beautiful temples dedicated to Lord Hanuman, Lord Shiva and the Goddess Lakshmi can be found. The statue of Lord Shiva is an awe inspiring 33 metres high. Legand has it that Ganga Talao appeared in a dream to a Hindu priest in Mauritius as a tributary of India’s sacred River Ganges. He searched for its incarnation and discovered the Grand Bassin. In 1972, a priest from India poured holy water from the sacred River Ganges into Grand Bassin and thus it became recognised as Ganga Talao: the pool of the Ganges. During Maha Shivaratri celebrations, up to around 400,000 pilgrims walk on foot from all over Mauritius to Grand Bassin to offer their devotions.
Colonised throughout its history by the Dutch, French and British, the capital city of Port Louis has a diverse culture that is reflected in its arts, architecture, museums and markets. To see a fascinating cross section of Mauritian culture, you can visit the lively covered market, the 18th century French colonial Government House, the Natural History Museum, Jummah Mosque, St. James Cathedral, the Tamil Temple, Port Louis theatre and the Chinese Pagoda. Should you wish to pick up some souvenirs, the Caudan and Port Louis waterfronts make shopping a pleasurable and leisurely experience.
For which we thank our guests and our people.