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The most expensive hotels in Mauritius

  • Travel 101
  • By Kiri Gordon
  • Published 02 December 2022

Mauritius is one of the most luxurious and memorable destinations to visit, with its long stretches of pristine beaches, crystal turquoise waters and stunning tropical gardens that shelter the island.

Whether it’s pampering sessions next to the ocean, the most decadent dining, exquisite hospitality, or a sumptuous villa you’re seeking, we’ve got it all. 

The most expensive resorts Mauritius has to offer should have everything you need to relax in luxury, and you’ll be living the high life with a stay at one of these elegant resorts. 

Discover our luxury Mauritius holidays and book the most majestic island stay possible. 

Find your zen at Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita

Located on a secluded lagoon, Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita is a beacon of luxury life. Providing villas with inviting swimming pools, the most stunning waterfront dining, and a spa on stilts over the mangrove, guests love to take in the impeccable scenery from the beachfront location. 

The resort is a sensory experience with contemporary Mauritian style, featuring plenty of outdoor space, wooden decks, and room inside to cool off.

The thatched villas are perched in an ancient forest with banyan trees brimming with exotic birds to discover. The long stretches of powder-white sands can be explored just a few steps from your room, or you can take your complimentary bike and travel further afield to the three private beaches that the resort owns.

There is so much to see and do at this resort. Keen golfers can tee off at the championship golf course, whilst trips to see the monkeys at Grand Riviere Sud Est waterfall are super popular too.

At the hotel, there are plenty of luxury experiences available such as boxing lessons from an ex-Mauritian champion, daily snorkelling lessons, and cooking classes in the herb and vegetable garden.

The spa is beyond dreamy, with a vast array of pampering options available from the sea-facing pamper suites. The products used are eco-friendly Terre d'Afrique healing oils that are made with medicinal plants. 

Dining is simply exceptional, with four restaurants to choose from, this includes the waterfront Aquapazza, where you can enjoy Italian delights such as the unique local sea urchins as an appetiser.

The French restaurant Beau Champ is a culinary journey of the senses with the most incredible wine pairings. This restaurant is located on an overwater deck and overlooks a live aquarium, could it get any more luxe than that? There is also a high-end sushi bar and a beach bar for lighter bites to enjoy. 

If you want to stay in the most expensive hotel in Mauritius, a few nights in Four Seasons Presidential Suite Sanctuary are your best bet. With the most incredible lagoon views, all styled in wood and stone, you can enjoy the utmost privacy and the most inviting private swimming pool. 

Prices start from £3,865 per person for seven-nights, £5,265 per person for 10-nights, and £7,125 per person for 14-nights, including flights. 

Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita

Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita

For the stylish elite at LUX* Grand Baie

The impressive LUX* Grand Baie is the perfect mix of wellness and adventure located on the most pristine stretch of beach.

The resort has been modelled on the curves of old Mauritian sailboats. Designer Jean-Francois Adam created the cathedral-like steel and jacaranda wood building that complements the ocean so perfectly. The most luxe features are the swim-up bar, the swings over the pools that are perfect for those Instagram shots, and the onsite nightclub. 

There are plenty of high-end things to explore onsite such as stores from local designers Alicia Swim and Anastasia Ramllal and bookstores - perfect for finding some reading material whilst you sink into the submerged pool loungers.

Or perhaps you’d rather be pampered at the spa, which is three stories of pure luxury. Set in the tropical gardens, you can indulge in a spot of hydrotherapy, a hammam, relax in the tepidarium. 

Dining is absolute luxury, with two restaurants to choose from. Ai Kisu is an elegant Asian-inspired restaurant serving up Thai and Malaysian dishes with exceptional views of the sunken pool. Beach Rouge is the perfect place for those beach views whilst tucking into the sumptuous Mediterranean fare. 

Book a villa to enjoy the most lavish stay, with your very own butler service and your own private swimming pool. 

This Mauritius holiday price starts from £2,990 per person for seven-nights, £4,015 per person for 10-nights and £5,380 per person for 14-nights, including flights. 

LUX* Grand Baie

LUX* Grand Baie
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Basalt beachfront retreat at The Oberoi Beach Resort, Mauritius

Located in the serene Turtle Bay Marine Park, The Oberoi Beach Resort, Mauritius is surrounded by historical monuments as well as scenic panoramic views of the mountains.

Step into a heavenly oasis with the feng-shui-styled waterfall that cascades into the scene of water lilies and koi carps, as well as the most striking Asian sculptures dotted around the resort in the lush tropical gardens. 

This is the perfect space for anyone who is looking for secluded luxury, with high levels of hospitality. The staff will go above and beyond to ensure you have the most lavish stay, whether that’s bringing you snacks and drinks to your lounger or perhaps drawing you a peaceful candlelit rose petal bath to sink into. 

In the resort, guests can enjoy the infinity pool before joining the wine-tasting activities or stargazing classes, to name a few. Evenings can be spent at one of the two restaurants or three bars where you can enjoy nightly jazz music, acoustic guitar or piano. 

The villas are opulent with private pools, thatched roofs and surrounded by tropical gardens. The Premier Villa with Private Pool is a tropical dream where al fresco dining is encouraged. Whilst the Presidential Villa with Private Pool is the biggest villa on the resort, with plenty of space to luxuriate in. 

See our Mauritius package holidays here. Prices start from £2,466 for seven-nights, £3,245 per person for 10-nights and £4,300 per person for 14-nights, including flights. 

The Oberoi Beach Resort, Mauritius

The Oberoi Beach Resort, Mauritius

Immerse yourself in tropical flora and fauna at Lakaz Chamarel Exclusive Lodge

Lakaz Chamarel Exclusive Lodge is located at an altitude of 400m surrounded by the lushest greenery. The style is bohemian with wooden features and you can enjoy daily affirmations thanks to the  inspirational words carved into the statues throughout the stunning gardens.

Rooms feel homely thanks to the gifts of fresh sugar cane body rub, the woven palm roof and colourful Indian / Creole-inspired furnishings. These eco-lodges are scattered among mango trees and the most stunning exotic fauna and flora. 

There is so much to see and do at this resort with the bamboo-laden spa and a marquee that overlooks a majestic labyrinth. You can easily explore using one of the complimentary golf carts. If you're craving some beach time, a private transfer can take you to some of Mauritius' best beaches just 10 minutes away. 

Dining is a super luxe experience with an open kitchen and restaurant that is half outside and half inside. You can tuck into the most sumptuous food with the flicker of candlelight to set the mood. 

The best suite available is the aptly named Exclusive Suite, which provides some of the most incredible views in Mauritius. It is an absolute dream come true. 

Prices start from £2,285 per person for seven-nights, £3,005 per person for 10-nights and £3,970 per person for 14-nights, including flights. 

Lakaz Chamarel Exclusive Lodge

Lakaz Chamarel Exclusive Lodge

The most expensive hotels in Mauritius FAQs

What are the most lavish villas in Mauritius?

The Presidential Villa with Private Pool at The Oberoi Beach Resort, Mauritius is worth splurging on, if you want to live the lap of luxury in Mauritius. 

What’s the most expensive hotel in Mauritius?

The ultra-luxe Four Seasons Resort Mauritius At Anahita, thanks to its idyllic views of the mountain and ocean, the high levels of hospitality and the most incredible dining and spa. 

Which Mauritius hotels have the best spas? 

Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita has one of the most opulent spas on the island, with treatment rooms on stilts over the water and surrounded by tropical gardens. 

The Mauritius holiday price may be a big factor in your decision-making, but with service this good, it’s oh so worth the splurge. Enquire about your luxury Mauritius hotel today and start planning your luxurious e to paradise. 

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