The legendary Le Touessrok resort is set to close for renovations on 15 April before being reflagged and launched as a Shangri-La property towards the end of the year. Shangri-La’s Le Touessrok Resort & Spa, Mauritius will begin taking reservations on 30 March for stays starting from 1 November 2015. The impending renovation will encompass all guestrooms and public areas and bring Shangri-La’s well-known spa and restaurant concepts to Mauritius.
The resort will be the second property in the brand’s growing portfolio of extraordinary five-star resorts in the Indian Ocean, joining Shangri-La’s Villingili Resort & Spa, Maldives – one of the world’s leading luxury resorts – and preceding the highly anticipated opening of Shangri-La’s Hambantota Resort & Spa, Sri Lanka in 2016.
Located on the east coast of Mauritius in one of the island’s most spectacular bays, the five-star Le Touessrok Resort is among the world’s most distinguished. It has three villas and 200 sea-facing guest rooms and suites. Along with extensive water and land-based activities, it offers guests access to Ilot Mangenie, a private isle with 3.5 kilometres of pristine beach. The resort is also located within five minutes of Ile aux Cerfs, where the 18-hole championship golf course designed by Bernhard Langer is located.
Shangri-La’s holding company, Shangri-La Asia, signed a joint venture with Le Touessrok’s primary stakeholder, Sun Resorts Limited, in June 2014.
“We are excited about the developments ahead for Le Touessrok Resort, a property which has a magnificent reputation for stellar service, spectacular scenery and a rich history as one of the most impressive properties in the Indian Ocean. We look forward to continuing our partnership with Shangri-La Asia, and believe our new agreement will make for a hugely successful future for the resort,” said Sun Resorts Limited CEO Philippe Cassis.
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