Nestling between sugarcane fields and the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean, Shanti Maurice – a Mauritius resort – satisfies all the senses. With exotic gardens, pristine white sands, a sublime spa, spacious accommodation and restaurants brimming with fresh ideas, you’ll find a place, and people, devoted to pleasure.
Covering 81 sq. metres, the 44 Junior Suites are among the most generously proportioned in Mauritius. Designed to blend modernity with practicality, they’re housed in attractive villa buildings with four suites per villa. Like all guest accommodation at Shanti Maurice, the suites are equipped with plasma TVs, DVD players and broadband Internet access. The ground floor suites have direct access to the beach, as well as an outdoor rain shower, while the suites on the first floor have large balconies overlooking the Indian Ocean. As well as large bedrooms and bathrooms, each Junior Suite has a separate dressing room with an open closet and dressing table.
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With dense private gardens shielding each villa from the beach and surrounding paths, you’ll feel completely at ease as lunch is served in your shady dining pavilion. Covering 208 sq. metres, the eight Luxury Villas have a temperature-controlled swimming pool, a garden and an enclosed courtyard with an outdoor rain shower and lounge beds. ‘Sala’ pavilions, for dining or relaxation, stand in the garden, while the interior accommodation includes a large bedroom, bathroom and a separate dressing room with a walk-in closet and dressing table.
The large living room adds an elegant extra dimension to the Luxury Suite Villas. Bringing the total space up to 376 sq. metres, the living room gives the villas a sense of bright and airy spaciousness. The five Luxury Suite Villas have a 54 sq. metre temperature-controlled swimming pool, a private garden and an enclosed courtyard with an outdoor rain shower and lounge beds. ‘Sala’ pavilions, for dining or relaxation, stand in the garden, while the interior accommodation includes a living room, bedroom, bathroom and a separate dressing room with a walk-in closet and dressing table.
With two bedrooms, two bathrooms with separate dressing rooms and a large living room, these villas are ideal for a family or friends. The vast interior and exterior space gives family members or friends the freedom to spend time together or apart. Meals can be taken in the large dining area or al fresco in one of the ‘Sala’ garden pavilions. The three villas have a 54 sq. m. temperature-controlled swimming pool with built-in Jacuzzi, a private garden and an enclosed courtyard with lounge beds. The outdoor rain shower offers the opportunity to shower beneath the sky and the palms in blissful seclusion.
Stars, serving the finest, freshest Cape food, shines at night. With exquisite, perfectly prepared dishes and a setting offering views over a starlit Indian Ocean, the restaurant turns dinner into a memorable occasion. This is the place to lose track of time as the hours slip by as you savor your favourite wine. The culinary influences are South African, but the ingredients are primarily local. Executive Chef Willibald Reinbacher and his team create simple yet lightly-designed dishes that excel in execution and flavour. Likewise the winelist, reflects the tastes of the Cape, along with the best that the Old World has to offer.
In a relaxed setting open to ocean views and gentle breezes, the cuisine at Pebbles celebrates the rich diversity of Mauritian history and culture. From delicately spiced curries that embrace time-honoured Indian and Creole traditions, to fresh salads bursting with local goodness, the expert hands of our chefs create a wonderful fusion of authentic recipes and contemporary gastronomical delight. Pebbles is our all-day dining restaurant. Indulge at breakfast with delectable pastries that we finely craft and bake every day, or enjoy a lazy lunch sampling fish caught that morning by local fishermen. The restaurant also offers a wellness cuisine menu for guests that are looking for healthier and lighter options.
The celebrated Fish and Rhum Shack at Shanti Maurice, offering the most authentic Mauritian evening on the island, has become an instant hit with guests and discerning locals alike. The rustic beach-side barbecue, elevated by lantern-light and the sound of waves breaking on the reef, is an unforgettable feast under the stars. The freshest fish, meat and game is grilled on request and served with a selection of salads and herbs picked from the garden a few hours earlier. The menu, depending on the previous night’s catch and the morning market, might include grilled prawns, lobster, sea bass, tuna, snappers, chicken and lamb chops. Cocktails feature rum from the local distillery, while the beer selection introduces the finest offerings from the village brewery. Sega dancers regularly wow guests with the captivating beats and rhythms of the national song and dance.
The lounge bar is the place to meet for a lunchtime drink, pre-dinner aperitif or late-night cocktails. By day, the bar offers views across the glistening waters of the infinity pool and beyond to the Indian Ocean. At night, discrete lighting picks out the sculptures and foliage in the exotic poolside gardens. The lounge offers alfresco and indoor dining options with a wide-ranging menu and wine list. Every evening, whilst the bar team mix classic cocktails, local musicians provide entertainment, bringing Mauritian culture and sounds alive.
One of the most spacious spas in the Indian Ocean, we combine age-old Ayurvedic regimes with contemporary international treatments. The expert spa therapists work with nutritionists, personal trainers, Yoga masters and Ayurvedic physicians to encourage optimum health, mental wellbeing, revitalised senses, positive dietary changes and spiritual awakening.
The resort plays host to a myriad of leisurely pursuits that range from the energetic to the contemplative; for the more youthful and those wishing to feel so; on dry land or otherwise. We are happy to make available to you a wide variety of sports and recreational activities, including non-motorised watersports, tennis, golf, jogging, trekking, power walking, aquafit, pilates, finger painting, garden tours & cooking classes, to name but a few.