After a six-month renovation, Shangri-La’s Le Touessrok Resort and Spa has opened in Mauritius. The legendary resort was closed for work this past spring, before being rebranded by Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts. Promising to bring “a new level of luxury” to the island nation in the Indian Ocean, Le Touessrok is nestled on the beach overlooking the bay of Trou d'Eau Douce on the east coast of Mauritius. This is an especially privileged location because of the resort’s access to two off-shore islands: Ilot Mangénie, open exclusively to Shangri-La's guests with a beach club and on-island butlers, and Ile aux Cerfs, known for its 18-hole championship golf course designed by pro-golfer Bernhard Langer.
Each of the 200 guestrooms have sweeping views of the Indian Ocean, and many of them have balconies with direct beach access. Resort facilities include a health center, tennis club, and the eight-room CHI, the Spa. Complimentary water sports run the gamut from kayaking and paddle boarding to sailing and snorkeling. Abundant dining options include Japanese and Indian cuisine. Tip: Shangri-La's Le Touessrok Resort and Spa is currently promoting a special Grand Opening package. For more info, click here.