Shangri-La Le Touessrok is a chic accommodation with sea-facing rooms, stylish dining experiences and an exclusive island retreat just for guests. Enjoy the quiet shores of the Indian Ocean from this resort and spa designed to embody the true, idyllic spirit of Mauritius.


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Location

Set on the island’s east coast, the hotel sits on the tranquil bay of Trou d’Eau Douce where five sandy beaches wait to be explored. While all the hotel’s restaurants and bars are on the mainland, guests can take a private boat to two islands across the water. Ilot Mangénie, a secluded spot exclusive to guests and Ile aux Cerfs with its championship golf course.

Rooms

200 sea-facing rooms are spread across the mainland and onto a separate island connected by a short bridge. All are beautifully designed with a contemporary style and furnished with modern amenities, en-suite bathrooms and balconies facing the Indian Ocean. The one-bedroom suites, some of which sit on the Frangipani Islet, offer lounge and dining space, spacious terraces and egg-shaped baths in the en-suites.

For even more space, the three-bedroom villa is a bright and airy accommodation with incredible sea views, a private pool and a private beach to enjoy. The villa also boasts a private chef and an open bar.

Communal Areas

The hotel offers many places peaceful, contemporary spaces to dine and lounge. Try Japenese cuisine and cocktails at Kushi where DJ’s provide a nighttime ambience. Observe the show kitchen at the bustling Le Bazar or relax with reggae and BBQ at Republik Beach Club and Grill. Sega Bar boasts a mix of jazz and blues every night and the lobby deli is the perfect spot for stocking up on coffee and gourmet snacks. There are two pools within the palm grove with daybeds, nest beds and a whirlpool tub.

Activities

The waters and reefs in front of the hotel are the perfect spot for diving, snorkelling, windsurfing, sailing and water-skiing. When not at the beach, the hotel itself has four flood-lit tennis courts, a jogging track, badminton, football, volleyball and aqua-gym lessons among more. Guests can also head to Ile aux Cerfs to check out the championship golf course designed by Bernard Langer, have lunch at one of the island’s restaurants or partake in some watersports. Ilot Mangénie, the hotel’s private island, also has a restaurant if guests fancy a change of scenery for lunch.

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Mauritius enjoys a relatively mild climate, an ideal beach location throughout the year.

Generally, the most pleasant times to visit the island are between the months of April and June and between September and December. As Mauritius is located in the southern hemisphere, the summer and winter months are opposite to seasons in Europe.

Summer spans from November through to April. During these months the weather is hot and humid, with peaks in temperatures occurring in the months of December, January and February. Rainfall is abundant, especially on the central plateau. These however normally come in the form of a short if intense afternoon thunderstorm. with longer periods of rainfall quite rare. Cyclones are possible, but they usually manage to avoid Mauritius because of the small size of the island. However, if they come close enough, the bad weather may affect vegetation and certain wooden buildings. Please rest assured that beach resorts have been constructed in such a way as to be able to resist strong cyclonic winds. The summer months are the best for scuba diving – especially December through to March – and for deep-sea fishing.

Winter months fall from May through to October; temperatures are a little cooler and more pleasant during this season, and prevailing winds tend to blow over the island from the east and south-east. Surfing can be fantastic along the eastern coastline from June to August. The shelter offered along the west coast does make sea condition more idea for swimming and snorkelling.

Mauritius enjoys a relatively mild climate, an ideal beach location throughout the year.

Generally, the most pleasant times to visit the island are between the months of April and June and between September and December. As Mauritius is located in the southern hemisphere, the summer and winter months are opposite to seasons in Europe.

Summer spans from November through to April. During these months the weather is hot and humid, with peaks in temperatures occurring in the months of December, January and February. Rainfall is abundant, especially on the central plateau. These however normally come in the form of a short if intense afternoon thunderstorm. with longer periods of rainfall quite rare. Cyclones are possible, but they usually manage to avoid Mauritius because of the small size of the island. However, if they come close enough, the bad weather may affect vegetation and certain wooden buildings. Please rest assured that beach resorts have been constructed in such a way as to be able to resist strong cyclonic winds. The summer months are the best for scuba diving – especially December through to March – and for deep-sea fishing.

Winter months fall from May through to October; temperatures are a little cooler and more pleasant during this season, and prevailing winds tend to blow over the island from the east and south-east. Surfing can be fantastic along the eastern coastline from June to August. The shelter offered along the west coast does make sea condition more idea for swimming and snorkelling.

Mauritius enjoys a relatively mild climate, an ideal beach location throughout the year.

Generally, the most pleasant times to visit the island are between the months of April and June and between September and December. As Mauritius is located in the southern hemisphere, the summer and winter months are opposite to seasons in Europe.

Summer spans from November through to April. During these months the weather is hot and humid, with peaks in temperatures occurring in the months of December, January and February. Rainfall is abundant, especially on the central plateau. These however normally come in the form of a short if intense afternoon thunderstorm. with longer periods of rainfall quite rare. Cyclones are possible, but they usually manage to avoid Mauritius because of the small size of the island. However, if they come close enough, the bad weather may affect vegetation and certain wooden buildings. Please rest assured that beach resorts have been constructed in such a way as to be able to resist strong cyclonic winds. The summer months are the best for scuba diving – especially December through to March – and for deep-sea fishing.

Winter months fall from May through to October; temperatures are a little cooler and more pleasant during this season, and prevailing winds tend to blow over the island from the east and south-east. Surfing can be fantastic along the eastern coastline from June to August. The shelter offered along the west coast does make sea condition more idea for swimming and snorkelling.

Mauritius enjoys a relatively mild climate, an ideal beach location throughout the year.

Generally, the most pleasant times to visit the island are between the months of April and June and between September and December. As Mauritius is located in the southern hemisphere, the summer and winter months are opposite to seasons in Europe.

Summer spans from November through to April. During these months the weather is hot and humid, with peaks in temperatures occurring in the months of December, January and February. Rainfall is abundant, especially on the central plateau. These however normally come in the form of a short if intense afternoon thunderstorm. with longer periods of rainfall quite rare. Cyclones are possible, but they usually manage to avoid Mauritius because of the small size of the island. However, if they come close enough, the bad weather may affect vegetation and certain wooden buildings. Please rest assured that beach resorts have been constructed in such a way as to be able to resist strong cyclonic winds. The summer months are the best for scuba diving – especially December through to March – and for deep-sea fishing.

Winter months fall from May through to October; temperatures are a little cooler and more pleasant during this season, and prevailing winds tend to blow over the island from the east and south-east. Surfing can be fantastic along the eastern coastline from June to August. The shelter offered along the west coast does make sea condition more idea for swimming and snorkelling.

Mauritius enjoys a relatively mild climate, an ideal beach location throughout the year.

Generally, the most pleasant times to visit the island are between the months of April and June and between September and December. As Mauritius is located in the southern hemisphere, the summer and winter months are opposite to seasons in Europe.

Summer spans from November through to April. During these months the weather is hot and humid, with peaks in temperatures occurring in the months of December, January and February. Rainfall is abundant, especially on the central plateau. These however normally come in the form of a short if intense afternoon thunderstorm. with longer periods of rainfall quite rare. Cyclones are possible, but they usually manage to avoid Mauritius because of the small size of the island. However, if they come close enough, the bad weather may affect vegetation and certain wooden buildings. Please rest assured that beach resorts have been constructed in such a way as to be able to resist strong cyclonic winds. The summer months are the best for scuba diving – especially December through to March – and for deep-sea fishing.

Winter months fall from May through to October; temperatures are a little cooler and more pleasant during this season, and prevailing winds tend to blow over the island from the east and south-east. Surfing can be fantastic along the eastern coastline from June to August. The shelter offered along the west coast does make sea condition more idea for swimming and snorkelling.

Mauritius enjoys a relatively mild climate, an ideal beach location throughout the year.

Generally, the most pleasant times to visit the island are between the months of April and June and between September and December. As Mauritius is located in the southern hemisphere, the summer and winter months are opposite to seasons in Europe.

Summer spans from November through to April. During these months the weather is hot and humid, with peaks in temperatures occurring in the months of December, January and February. Rainfall is abundant, especially on the central plateau. These however normally come in the form of a short if intense afternoon thunderstorm. with longer periods of rainfall quite rare. Cyclones are possible, but they usually manage to avoid Mauritius because of the small size of the island. However, if they come close enough, the bad weather may affect vegetation and certain wooden buildings. Please rest assured that beach resorts have been constructed in such a way as to be able to resist strong cyclonic winds. The summer months are the best for scuba diving – especially December through to March – and for deep-sea fishing.

Winter months fall from May through to October; temperatures are a little cooler and more pleasant during this season, and prevailing winds tend to blow over the island from the east and south-east. Surfing can be fantastic along the eastern coastline from June to August. The shelter offered along the west coast does make sea condition more idea for swimming and snorkelling.

Mauritius enjoys a relatively mild climate, an ideal beach location throughout the year.

Generally, the most pleasant times to visit the island are between the months of April and June and between September and December. As Mauritius is located in the southern hemisphere, the summer and winter months are opposite to seasons in Europe.

Summer spans from November through to April. During these months the weather is hot and humid, with peaks in temperatures occurring in the months of December, January and February. Rainfall is abundant, especially on the central plateau. These however normally come in the form of a short if intense afternoon thunderstorm. with longer periods of rainfall quite rare. Cyclones are possible, but they usually manage to avoid Mauritius because of the small size of the island. However, if they come close enough, the bad weather may affect vegetation and certain wooden buildings. Please rest assured that beach resorts have been constructed in such a way as to be able to resist strong cyclonic winds. The summer months are the best for scuba diving – especially December through to March – and for deep-sea fishing.

Winter months fall from May through to October; temperatures are a little cooler and more pleasant during this season, and prevailing winds tend to blow over the island from the east and south-east. Surfing can be fantastic along the eastern coastline from June to August. The shelter offered along the west coast does make sea condition more idea for swimming and snorkelling.

Mauritius enjoys a relatively mild climate, an ideal beach location throughout the year.

Generally, the most pleasant times to visit the island are between the months of April and June and between September and December. As Mauritius is located in the southern hemisphere, the summer and winter months are opposite to seasons in Europe.

Summer spans from November through to April. During these months the weather is hot and humid, with peaks in temperatures occurring in the months of December, January and February. Rainfall is abundant, especially on the central plateau. These however normally come in the form of a short if intense afternoon thunderstorm. with longer periods of rainfall quite rare. Cyclones are possible, but they usually manage to avoid Mauritius because of the small size of the island. However, if they come close enough, the bad weather may affect vegetation and certain wooden buildings. Please rest assured that beach resorts have been constructed in such a way as to be able to resist strong cyclonic winds. The summer months are the best for scuba diving – especially December through to March – and for deep-sea fishing.

Winter months fall from May through to October; temperatures are a little cooler and more pleasant during this season, and prevailing winds tend to blow over the island from the east and south-east. Surfing can be fantastic along the eastern coastline from June to August. The shelter offered along the west coast does make sea condition more idea for swimming and snorkelling.

Mauritius enjoys a relatively mild climate, an ideal beach location throughout the year.

Generally, the most pleasant times to visit the island are between the months of April and June and between September and December. As Mauritius is located in the southern hemisphere, the summer and winter months are opposite to seasons in Europe.

Summer spans from November through to April. During these months the weather is hot and humid, with peaks in temperatures occurring in the months of December, January and February. Rainfall is abundant, especially on the central plateau. These however normally come in the form of a short if intense afternoon thunderstorm. with longer periods of rainfall quite rare. Cyclones are possible, but they usually manage to avoid Mauritius because of the small size of the island. However, if they come close enough, the bad weather may affect vegetation and certain wooden buildings. Please rest assured that beach resorts have been constructed in such a way as to be able to resist strong cyclonic winds. The summer months are the best for scuba diving – especially December through to March – and for deep-sea fishing.

Winter months fall from May through to October; temperatures are a little cooler and more pleasant during this season, and prevailing winds tend to blow over the island from the east and south-east. Surfing can be fantastic along the eastern coastline from June to August. The shelter offered along the west coast does make sea condition more idea for swimming and snorkelling.

Mauritius enjoys a relatively mild climate, an ideal beach location throughout the year.

Generally, the most pleasant times to visit the island are between the months of April and June and between September and December. As Mauritius is located in the southern hemisphere, the summer and winter months are opposite to seasons in Europe.

Summer spans from November through to April. During these months the weather is hot and humid, with peaks in temperatures occurring in the months of December, January and February. Rainfall is abundant, especially on the central plateau. These however normally come in the form of a short if intense afternoon thunderstorm. with longer periods of rainfall quite rare. Cyclones are possible, but they usually manage to avoid Mauritius because of the small size of the island. However, if they come close enough, the bad weather may affect vegetation and certain wooden buildings. Please rest assured that beach resorts have been constructed in such a way as to be able to resist strong cyclonic winds. The summer months are the best for scuba diving – especially December through to March – and for deep-sea fishing.

Winter months fall from May through to October; temperatures are a little cooler and more pleasant during this season, and prevailing winds tend to blow over the island from the east and south-east. Surfing can be fantastic along the eastern coastline from June to August. The shelter offered along the west coast does make sea condition more idea for swimming and snorkelling.

Mauritius enjoys a relatively mild climate, an ideal beach location throughout the year.

Generally, the most pleasant times to visit the island are between the months of April and June and between September and December. As Mauritius is located in the southern hemisphere, the summer and winter months are opposite to seasons in Europe.

Summer spans from November through to April. During these months the weather is hot and humid, with peaks in temperatures occurring in the months of December, January and February. Rainfall is abundant, especially on the central plateau. These however normally come in the form of a short if intense afternoon thunderstorm. with longer periods of rainfall quite rare. Cyclones are possible, but they usually manage to avoid Mauritius because of the small size of the island. However, if they come close enough, the bad weather may affect vegetation and certain wooden buildings. Please rest assured that beach resorts have been constructed in such a way as to be able to resist strong cyclonic winds. The summer months are the best for scuba diving – especially December through to March – and for deep-sea fishing.

Winter months fall from May through to October; temperatures are a little cooler and more pleasant during this season, and prevailing winds tend to blow over the island from the east and south-east. Surfing can be fantastic along the eastern coastline from June to August. The shelter offered along the west coast does make sea condition more idea for swimming and snorkelling.

Mauritius enjoys a relatively mild climate, an ideal beach location throughout the year.

Generally, the most pleasant times to visit the island are between the months of April and June and between September and December. As Mauritius is located in the southern hemisphere, the summer and winter months are opposite to seasons in Europe.

Summer spans from November through to April. During these months the weather is hot and humid, with peaks in temperatures occurring in the months of December, January and February. Rainfall is abundant, especially on the central plateau. These however normally come in the form of a short if intense afternoon thunderstorm. with longer periods of rainfall quite rare. Cyclones are possible, but they usually manage to avoid Mauritius because of the small size of the island. However, if they come close enough, the bad weather may affect vegetation and certain wooden buildings. Please rest assured that beach resorts have been constructed in such a way as to be able to resist strong cyclonic winds. The summer months are the best for scuba diving – especially December through to March – and for deep-sea fishing.

Winter months fall from May through to October; temperatures are a little cooler and more pleasant during this season, and prevailing winds tend to blow over the island from the east and south-east. Surfing can be fantastic along the eastern coastline from June to August. The shelter offered along the west coast does make sea condition more idea for swimming and snorkelling.

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