Recently reopened, the Shangri-La Le Touessrok is a brand new experience after an enormous makeover to reinvent the luxury hotel. The architecture has been re-figured to include an Asian flair, modern furniture was added for a chic island atmosphere, andart exhibits incorporated more essence of Mauritius history from food to nature.
Shangri-La’s transformation of Le Touessrok has been driven by a desire to offer less predictable, more authentic island experiences – ranging from exposure to the contemporary arts and music scene, largely hidden from tourist view, to a dodo museum and the rewilding of neglected Ilot Bourgo, with 140 endemic plants. There’s even a stargazing observatory in the pipeline.
For the more active travelers, there are 34 acres of beachfront, 18 holes of golf, and two private islands for relaxation. Further services are available like spa service and massage.
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