The Oberoi, Mauritius

Baie Aux Tortues, Pointe Aux Piments

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The Oberoi, Mauritius is perfect for families that desire a unique resort setting that provides guests with a rich menu of activity offerings. The Oberoi offers unique pavilions and villas that blend into the natural surroundings at the resort. Families in need of plenty of sleeping spaces will find the two- and three-bedroom villas to be roomy enough for everyone in the family. Many of the villas feature private pools. Families desiring a smaller space may opt to reserve interconnecting Luxury Pavilions. The Hub is the supervised children’s club and provides kids 12 and under with daily activities and field trips. Other family friendly amenities include extra beds, a DVD player in every room and free cribs. Guests may dine at the following onsite restaurants.

Our Editor Loves

  • Private family-sized pavilions and villas
  • Some villas have private pools
  • Daily resort activities and entertainment

Family Interests

  • Beach
  • Bicycling
  • Golf
  • Hiking
  • Museum/Cultural
  • Sailing
  • Water Sports

Family Amenities

  • Babysitting
  • Children Programs
  • Connecting Rooms
  • Cribs
  • DVD
  • Family Room 5+
  • Free Breakfast
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Game Room
  • Onsite Dining
  • Pool


All round fabulous

by Penn-sue

What a lovely hotel, beautiful rooms, gardens, beach, pool all excellent and the welcome and hospitality of the lovely staff was superb. Delicious food served in all three restaurants. I will go again and happily highly recommend.

Wonderful Property!!

by Ashutosh A

We had stayed at Oberoi Beach Resort for 4 nights in October. The property is very well planned and designed. The highlight of the property is the waterfall created near the reception area.
Our cottage was far from the Ocean, but the walk towards the same was worth it.
As we were vegetarians, the choice of food was very restricted, specially during lunch and dinner. The breakfast was very good with good choices of Indian Vegetarian items.
The water activities were very time restricted. Could not enjoy any of the same.
Having stayed at the Oberoi, Bali ... comparisions are bound to be there. With nearly similar architecture at both places, Oberoi - Bali, was a better experience compared to Mauritius.
And yes, the property is very expensive.