Giving the hotel a Telegraph expert rating of 9/10, the writer starts the article by saying that The Oberoi, Mauritius is "a beautifully-formed basalt beachfront retreat with luxury pavilions and private pool villas set in tropical gardens on Turtle Bay. It's one of the island’s most romantic hotels, with mountain views, gourmet restaurants, a holistic spa and top-notch service." Faring 9/10 for Style & Character, the resort, the writer highlights, has "a Feng Shui-style waterfall cascades into a lake of waterlilies and Koi carp at the entrance. Striking stone head sculptures from Indonesia are featured in the grounds and Asian artefacts are peppered throughout, giving a distinct flavour to this beautiful hotel."
Emphasising that the hotel "was voted Mauritius' Leading Hotel at the World Travel Awards 2015, and service is spot on", the writer adds that "the hotel has a club-like atmosphere and personable, but discreet, uniformed staff. Beach boys deliver spoiling afternoon treats such as mojito ice cream to your sun lounger" The Oberoi, Mauritius also fares well under food and drink and value for money categories.
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