Beachfront Exclusivity Breathe in the soothing ocean air and
enjoy uncompromising personal service
amidst exquisitely appointed

Flawless Shoreline With a panoramic view of the Indian Ocean, step outside onto the serene white sands of Le Morne Beach.

Idyllic Locale Striking beaches and impressive opportunities for water sports make Mauritius a coveted destination.

Outdoor Pursuits Mauritius boasts a number of offshore islands, including Coin de Mire, a haven for snorkeling and scuba diving.

Serene Sights At the south part of the island on the Savanne River, visit the spectacular lava cliffs of Rochester Falls.

Verdant Capital On the northwest coast, surrounded by mountain ranges, visit the capital city of Port Louis.

Exotic Flavors The exquisite Le Manoir Dining Room presents a fusion of Mauritian cuisine, a unique combination of Creole, Chinese, Indian and classic French influences.

Rare Haven Sip La Belle Creole Mary, a local interpretation of the signature Bloody Mary, crafted with lemon rum and mint, at the intimate 1904 Bar.

Exquisite Dining Thai, Malay and Vietnamese flavors combine at Floating Market, a gourmet dining experience focused on dishes inspired by healthy mind, body and spirit.

The Jewel of the Indian Ocean Scenic vistas include the stunning backdrop of the nearby Le Morne Brabant Mountain, a basaltic monolith that has recently been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Mauritius is an idyllic resort island with a distinctive colonial past dating back to 1598. The unique culture of the island has been influenced by the arrival of Dutch, French and English settlers, as well as the introduction of the island’s Indo-Mauritian population, who arrived in the 19th century from India. Independent since 1968, the island’s heritage is a pastiche of cultures that can best be savored by tasting its flavorful French-Creole cuisine or by witnessing a joyous performance of sega, a romantic and rhythmic native song and dance.

Upon arriving, it is easy to understand the allure of the island. The windward peninsula of the island, where The St. Regis Mauritius Resort is situated, is surrounded by a stunning turquoise lagoon. Enjoy the privilege of proximity to several natural wonders including Le Morne Brabant, a two-thousand foot basalt rock, named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, along with the three-hundred foot Chamarel Falls, and its sand dunes.

On this exclusive part of Mauritius, bask on white sand beaches for ultimate relaxation, kite surf in wordclass conditions and be enticed by water sports including deep sea fishing and scuba diving.

Described by Mark Twain as “heaven on Earth,” Mauritius is a destination of choice, whether one desires a relaxing family holiday, a romantic getaway or sports adventure.



Le Morne Peninsula
Le Morne,


Phone: +230 403 9000
Fax: To be Announced
Email St. Regis eButler