Le Méridien Mauritius unveils $60 million renovation


Le Méridien Ile Maurice, a five-star resort in Mauritius along a kilometer of sandy beach in Pointe aux Piments on the northwest coast, has unveiled an extensive $60 million renovation that sees the property reinvented.

With 261 newly designed rooms and suites, an adults-only wing, a world-class spa and fitness center, three swimming pools, and a choice of four restaurants and three bars, Le Méridien Ile Maurice is a must-visit for travelers the most demanding looking for adventure and relaxation.

Beautiful Rooms
The 261 rooms and suites have been designed with modern luxury in mind, each offering stunning ocean views and an outdoor terrace or balcony. The color palette is inspired by the hotel surroundings with natural creams and whites accented with touches of blue. Custom headboards reflect rustic materials found across the island, with locally designed fabrics adding a splash of character. The bathrooms have been redesigned to the highest specification, with a separate shower and large oval bath, marble floors, plenty of fluffy towels and toiletries.

Adults Only Nirvana
Nirvana is the adults-only wing of the resort that houses 51 rooms and suites, with panoramic views of the sea or the resort’s beautiful gardens. In addition to the well-appointed Deluxe and Premium rooms, 16 Nirvana Prestige suites feature a private plunge pool, as well as a separate bar and lounge. The Royal Suite takes opulence to the next level with 1,615 square feet of space, featuring a spacious terrace overlooking the ocean, plus dedicated butler service to cater to your every desire.

The Nirvana also benefits from a private infinity pool and pool bar, complimentary tea, coffee and soft drink service by the pool, and daily sunset cocktails and canapes. Sun.

Innovative flavors and culinary creations
Le Méridien Ile Maurice is home to four restaurants and three bars — Latitude 20, Nirvana Pool Bar (adults-only), and Papaya Bar, meaning guests are truly spoiled for choice. Nomad, with its open kitchen, expansive terrace and 180-degree panoramic views, offers international dishes while, for Mauritian flavors, head to the beachfront restaurant Zoli Mamzel. Other cuisines on offer include Italian at Paparazzi Restaurant and perfectly spiced Indian dishes at Kumin Restaurant.

For the ultimate in exclusivity and romance, dine on the hotel pier under the stars with the lapping of the waves providing the perfect soundtrack for your bespoke dining experience.

Escape to explore the spa
Inspired by the rich traditions of European spa culture, the new Explore Spa look has been reimagined by world renowned designer Paul Bishop. Created as a place of relaxation and invigoration, facilities include a hammam, sauna, jacuzzi and plunge pool, as well as Mauritius’ first and only snow room, in partnership with Phytomer.

This new ice-cold wellness feature is the ideal counterpart to the traditional sauna, offering a chance for hot-cold contrast therapy proven to bring many health benefits, including improvements in joint and muscle function, blood circulation and the immune system. Additionally, there is a hair salon, fitness center, relaxation garden, and yoga studio, as well as five treatment rooms.

Engaging Activities
Guests have access to a wide range of free activities including kayaking, paddle boating, snorkeling, windsurfing, beach volleyball and tennis, while the island offers plenty to do with the resort able to organize a wide range of additional activities including catamaran cruises, swimming with dolphins, fishing, water skiing, scuba diving and mountain biking.

If you’re traveling with small children, let the beachfront Le Méridien Family kids’ club guide you, with a fun program designed for children aged 4 to 12. The caring and caring team oversees a wide range of activities, from waterskiing and face painting to sandcastle building, crabbing and outdoor cinema screenings.

Weddings, meetings and celebrations
Offering the perfect setting for weddings, exchange your vows against the backdrop of the Indian Ocean followed by a waterside reception and dinner and dancing in the Chamarel Ballroom, the one of the largest on the island. Five additional meeting rooms are suitable for a wide variety of events, from meetings and conferences to intimate dinner parties. – TradeArabia Press Service


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