Sofitel Mauritius L’Imperial Resort & Spa
What We Love
- World-class scuba diving center
- A Lulur treatment at the award-winning 1000 meter squared So Spa
- Family friendly: children’s pool and kids’ club for 4-12 year olds
- Colossal palm-fringed outdoor pool
What To Know
- WiFi is free
- Check-in starts at 2pm
- Many watersports including kayaking, water skiing and windsurfing are free to guests
- The hotel is an hour’s drive from Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Fronting a private white sand beach on the west coast of Mauritius, the grand, family-friendly Hotel Sofitel Mauritius L’Imperial Resort & Spa is a study in understated opulence. Fully revamped in 2013, and set in 9 acres of tropical gardens, the hotel’s spacious verandas, shuttered windows, and thatched parasol roofs are a modern take on traditional island architecture. The 191 rooms and suites are decorated in calming pale greens and yellows, with natural wood furniture and Mauritian artwork. For added space, book an Imperial Suite, featuring four-poster beds, ocean views and butler service. Dining at the resort is fun and varied; sample the high-speed chopping of the Japanese show cooks at Teppanyaki, or drink in a Mauritian sunset at Jacaranda, a chic seafood restaurant with tables directly on the beach. The rate includes free access to water sports like kayaking, water skiing and windsurfing. Or to experience the island’s spectacular marine life, head to the on-site scuba center; the resort is close to some famous diving sites including Channel Saint Jacques.
In the Area
Mark Twain once wrote that God created Paradise in the image of Mauritius. He may have been right; its broad beaches, rugged plains and soaring mountains are breathtakingly beautiful. Explore the island’s outer reaches on a motorboat tour of nearby Ile aux Aigrettes and Ile aux Serfs, where you can spot the indigenous Pink Pigeon and Ornate Day Gecko. Or abseil down glittering waterfalls in the stunning Casela Nature and Leisure Park. There’s nightlife, too: the nearby village of Flic En Flac can be sleepy during the week, but at the weekend its hip bars, music venues, and nightclubs spring into life.
How to Get There
The resort was really good and I loved the ambiance and the private beach. The service was also really good specially Sneha from the reception, great, and the room were very comfortable and spacious. We enjoyed a lot in the resort and we would like to visit the property quite often
We came for a birthcelebration and this was really the best place to go. Me and my husband had 10 wonderfull days here. The food is fantastic, the beach is long and sandy. I would say this is the best stay ever! And we have been to a lot of countries and hotels. Thanks we’ll soon see you again.
We had a very nice time. Service was top. Food also was good. Really a very good hotel. I will recommand every one to come to sofitel.reception team really superb and very helpful. Thank you and we will come back