Residence Hotels are experts in providing unforgettable holidays in the Indian Ocean. With its combination of gorgeous location and stunning décor and design, inspired by turn of the century plantation houses, The Residence Mauritius really is the perfect oasis to head to for a relaxing break. The resort sits amidst 25 acres of tropical gardens right on the sea front, offering breathtaking views over one of the most beautiful beaches in Mauritius and the azure Indian ocean. With such amazing scenery and such a high level of service, The Residence is a 5* beach resort that stands out from other luxury Mauritius hotels.
The Residence Mauritius Hotel boasts ‘The Sanctuary,’ a 800 square meter on-site health spa with a vast range of body treatments, massages and beauty services plus a sauna and steam room. Stay active too with a fully equipped fitness room, three flood lit tennis courts, aerobics classes and volleyball facilities. Once you’ve had your fill of exercise, followed by a good dose of relaxation in the spa, its time to make your way out to the beach. The resort boasts a range of complimentary water-sports for the whole family to enjoy, including: water skiing, wind surfing, Hobie cats, kayaking, canoeing, paddle boats, glass bottom boats and snorkelling. At a cost you can also get involved with deep-sea fishing, scuba diving, catamaran cruises and undersea walks.
If you are a returning guest to The Residence Mauritius, you are treated to a range of perks that will make your stay even better. Returning guests are entitled to incredible privileges such as complimentary daily lunches, a delicious bottle of Rhum Chamarel on arrival, priority check in and late check out and a host of savings on beverages, mini bar, spa treatments and more!
Although an excellent place for honeymooners, the resort is still great for families who fancy a getaway. If perhaps mum and dad fancy a little time alone there’s a great complimentary kids club available for children aged three to twelve to join. They’ll have an awesome time in the playgrounds around the tropical gardens in which the club is situated and there’s a tonne of activities too.
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.