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Mauritius / Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita

A tropical entry from an institution entrenched in luxury; here Four Seasons makes the most of the dense mangroves and lush greenery that line the east Mauritian coast.

With villas scattered among the palms and inlets of Mauritius’ lesser-known eastern coast, Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita is a positively private, understated affair from one of the world’s most renowned luxury brands. A village-like resort in the Beau Champ region, this corner of the island is home to an exclusive enclave of manicured golf courses, palatial pools and Gromomo, Caesar, Venus, and Apollo – the resort’s resident giant Aldabra tortoises.

Travel notes:

  • 90 villas; 45 residences; a presidential suite
  • Eclectic as the island itself, 4 restaurants have influences from India, China, Africa and Europe
  • Complimentary and unlimited golf on both the Ernie Els-designed championship golf course and the Bernhard Langer course on Ile aux Cerfs
  • Stilted over water spa treatment suites with mangrove and ocean views
  • Water sports on-site include: diving, glass-bottom boat rides, kayaking, sailing, snorkelling, wakeboarding, waterskiing and windsurfing
  • There’s childcare at Hobbit Village Kids’ Club and Karokan for teens

from £2,790pp

Price is per person and includes flights, 7 nights accommodation with half board and private transfers.

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Our pricing aims to give an indication of the prices in low and high season. Low season for Mauritius is generally between the months of May to September, high season runs from October to April. Prices are based on 2 sharing (unless otherwise indicated) and include return economy flights from London. Regional departures, child prices and single supplements are available on request. Date restrictions, terms and conditions apply to our special offers, please call for details.

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Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita /Room Types

Room Type /Beach Pool Villa

Located on the Resort's private island, these spacious Beach Pool Villas sit right on the golden sands and offer both a private plunge pool with daybed and access to an extensive fragrant garden.

  • 63-70m2
  • Sleeps 2 adults, or 2 adults and 1 child
  • Private plunge pool

Room Type /Ocean Pool Villa

With sweeping panoramic ocean or lagoon views, these Ocean Pool Villas are nestled on the Resort's private island and feature steps leading directly down to the tranquil waters of the lagoon, where you can marvel at the colourful marine life. 

  • 63-70m2
  • Sleeps 2 adults, or 2 adults and 1 child
  • Private plunge pool and daybed

Room Type /Two Bedroom Garden Residence Villa

Relax in the company of friends or family in these Two Bedroom Garden Residence Villas situated on the mainland. Offering a separate living room, dining area, full kitchen and study, as well two complete bathrooms, you'll never feel short of space. Similar residences with 3, 4 and 5 bedrooms are also available.

  • 212m2
  • Sleeps 4 adults, or 2 adults and 2 children
  • 1070m2 outdoor living space
  • Adjoining private plunge pool with a daybed and garden

A sense of place

Part of the Anahita Wilderness Sanctuary which borders one of the country’s largest lagoons, Four Seasons extends from the mainland over wooden bridges to its own private island (the top residences at the resort can be found here). Public areas are flanked by thatched pavilions that open into the Mauritian warmth, while at night, strategically lit pathways give the resort an ethereal atmosphere.

In pursuit of...

…the personal touches. Staying somewhere that stretches out across a large resort, it would be easy to assume service may be lukewarm, yet here it’s quite the opposite. Staff are not only attentive, but by the second day of your stay, everyone knows your name and more importantly your drink order. It’ll be waiting on your table when you arrive at dinner. A simple touch, yet it’s the reason why everyone loves it here.

"A positively private, understated affair from one of the world’s most renowned luxury brands."

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Beyond family-friendly

When not busy on a tropical treasure hunt or taking part in regatta sailing, you’ll likely find children in the Lord of the Rings-inspired kids’ club Hobbit Village. A place of thatched roofs and Hobbit height furnishings where they are encouraged to express themselves in the mini amphitheatre and discover new skills and confidence as a pâtissier in the bakery. This is where they go to learn about their newfound surroundings and most importantly, themselves.

Wake up here

Each stand-alone villa is carefully balanced with warm, teak decks and outdoor showers – a steady reminder of the hotel’s wild, natural surroundings. One of the easiest ways to experience life at Anahita’s pace is staying in an Ocean Pool Villa that’s perfectly positioned for sunrise views, and where a stroll through private tropical gardens ends in the warm waters of the lagoon. Further villas are tucked among mangroves, gardens or right on the beach.

On location

Of course Four Seasons have us covered with the expected amenities (dining al fresco, an over water spa, yoga and tai chi on the beach, fishing, tennis and pools), however it is a crescent of private beach on Île aux Cerfs where guests flock to daily. A mere ten minute speedboat journey away and secluded in its own cove, Four Seasons’ exclusive beach club is where toes-in-the-sand dining perched on driftwood swings is accompanied by classic cocktails from the bar and grill.

A Carrier curation

Most are familiar with Mauritius as a beach destination, yet we are keen to introduce guests to the many ways to appreciate the island beyond its shoreline. With diverse historical roots and a thriving culture, this is an island that demands to be explored. Private tours of family-run vanilla plantations in the north mean strolls through fragrant herb gardens, while in the south, the seven-coloured earth and waterfalls of Chamarel beckon those in search of natural wonders.

When to visit Mauritius

Mauritius is a year round destination and experiences a warm subtropical climate, with relatively little seasonal variation in temperatures year round. May to October is dry with comfortable temperatures ranging between 18°C and 24°C with cooling tradewinds coming in from the southeast. Visitors during these dates will often benefit from excellent offers from the hotels. November to April is much warmer and humid with average temperatures ranging between 25°C to 33°C with an increase in rainfall. January and February tend to be the wettest months with the possibility of tropical storms although this is a rarity.

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