The Oberoi, Mauritius lies along Turtle Bay, on the northwest coast of Mauritius, among 20 acres of lush sub-tropical gardens that front nearly 2,000 feet of coastline leading out to a turquoise lagoon. A small, intimate luxury resort on the island, The Oberoi employs unique architecture that reflects the diverse African and Asian heritage of the Mauritian people.
Indigenous materials have been used wherever possible: Sugarcane thatch is used for the roofs, volcanic boulders as natural garden walls, and tropical plants and shrubs throughout. The Pavilions, Villas and main structures have all been integrated to harmonize with the surrounding exotic foliage, trees, and flowers.
Rooms are some of the largest and most secluded in Mauritius, each having private gardens and some with exclusive pools. The resort’s two main pools have uninterrupted views of the ocean beyond, and guests often spend a good portion of their days enjoying one of them.