Venue of the Week: Shangri-La Mauritius

C&IT's Venue of the Week is the recently opened Shangri-La Mauritius, the former Le Touesserok Resort & Spa, which has become one of the Indian Ocean's most luxurious properties.

Shangri-La Mauritius
Shangri-La Mauritius

In December, Le Touessrok Resort & Spa reopened as a Shangri-La following a refurbishment of the 34-acre hideaway located on one of the Indian Ocean's most coveted beaches.

The six-month long renovation touched each of the hotel's 200 rooms, which all have stretching views across the Indian Ocean, with many also having private terraces with direct access to the beach.

Three luxury beach villas, each spanning 423sqm, are ideal for high end incentives with a small delegation that want to experience the five-star Indian Ocean life in privacy, with the help of a private pool, private beach access and a 24-hour butler service.

An 18-hole golf course designed by renowned pro-golfer Bernhard Langer, five restaurants and a variety of bars are on hand to add to an exciting group itinerary, while two meeting and event spaces can host conferences and receptions for up to 100 delegates each.

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