LE TOUESSROK HOTEL MAURITIUS
Trou D'eau Douce, Mauritius
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Le Touessrok Hotel Resort Mauritius is set on a beautiful stretch
of white-sand coastline overlooking the tranquil Trou d'Eau Douce
bay. On the mainland are the suites and rooms, pools, restaurants
and bars, Givenchy Spa, tennis and the kids club.
Across the water are the resort's two islands - Ile aux Cerfs,
with its spectacular championship golf course designed by Bernard
Langer, and Ilot Mangénie, an island retreat exclusive to
guests, both a short ride by private boat.
Suites and rooms are situated on the mainland in the Hibiscus and
Coral Wings, with further suites in the Frangipani Wing. All are
sea-facing. All guests have 24-hour personalised butler service.
The Deluxe Rooms have the latest in-room technology, contemporary
furnishings, and expansive views of the Indian Ocean. They represent
the more affordable level of luxury.
These Junior Suites are cool and contemporary with design features
inspired by the tropics. Ocean views and large bay windows bring
a changing light to the rooms as the day progresses.
Ocean Suites have a cool and contemporary feel. They are spacious
and light and offer great luxury and privacy in the enchanting surroundings
of the Frangipani Wing.
The Royal Suite is for the discerning few who want a level of service
and luxury that was once only the province of royalty. With its
classic colonial style of decor and furnishings, it is equally suited
for entertaining in royal style or for a romantic dinner.
DINING & ENTERTAINMENT
Guests Dining at Le Touessrok have an unprecedented
choice of cuisines and locations. "Guests staying at a Hotel
like this are used to superb cuisine in many different countries
and environments" says Corporate Chef Patrick John, "they
want excellent, fresh ingredients, simple preparation, and an incredible
range of styles and flavors. We've brought the Hotel right up to
date with the range of food we're featuring."
Two restaurants are set on the mainland overlooking the pool and
beach, but guests can also cross the connecting bridge to dine on
Frangipani Island, or take a free taxi boat to the Ile aux Cerfs
or Ilot Mangénie for lunch at one of the beachside restaurants.
For those guests who can't face moving from their sun bed on the
beach, they need not lift a finger, they can simply choose from
drinks, snacks and tropical fruit - available all day until sunset
- or select from a light a la carte menu on the beach (this service
is available both on the main beach and on Frangipani Island).
Everything from delicious sandwiches of smoked fish, salads or
children's meals of fish and chips or burgers are served in handy,
stylish boxes complete with cutlery and serviettes, delivered by
attentive, friendly staff.
Three Nine Eight
The main restaurant in the Hotel, overlooking Trou d'Eau Douce Bay,
Three Nine Eight is a dynamic eating experience. Working on several
levels, it resembles a marketplace with live cooking stations offering
a choice of cuisines. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.
The main Dining room of Three Nine Eight is on three different levels,
with the cuisines of nine countries presented in a 'culinary theatre'
by eight show kitchens.
Working on several levels, it's like a market place through which
guests can meander, choosing between traditional crepes on a marble
slab, a fresh green salad bar, an Asian noodle bar with rice paper
and coconut detailing, and a French-style tiled rotisserie and grill.
Diners can settle into one area for the evening, or mix and match
their food types a Western main course and Asian dessert, for example.
The Italian/Mediterranean corner offers a huge choice of antipasti,
freshly-made pastas and sauces, a pizza oven and rich desserts,
while the Bakery & Patisserie fills the air with the scent of
new-baked bread, croissants, pastries, pancakes and waffles, many
of them accompanied by home-made ice cream. There is a traditional
Rotisserie & Grill, featuring the classic French turning spits
as well as the vertical grills used in the Middle est, and serving
basket-roasted fish and chicken.
Beside it, windows look straight into the busy main kitchen. The
Asian corner is based on a Hong Kong-style noodle bar, with fabulous
wok dishes sizzling with flames and every type of noodle from Japanese
udon to Chinese mee.
The Salad Bar features an incredible display of decorative raw
ingredients red peppers, green pak choi, yellow sweetcorn - freshly-prepared
salads. Guests can choose from conventional cold salads of crisp,
cool vegetables or marinated warm salads, such as scallops or mushroom
or chicken on a bed of greens.
The Coffee and Tea Bar uses the latest coffee technology with
superb varieties of coffee available as fresh ground, brewed or
decaffeinated, and specialist tea varieties from Korea, China and
Japan (among others) each served in the appropriate teapot with
a timer to show the guest how long to wait.
398's ambience is casual and the décor reflects the cuisine
on offer a rice paper canopy and dark coconut details for the noodle
bar, a classic cube of Carrera marble for the crepe chef, a bakery
stand of woven wood, reminiscent of a bread basket, and an underlit
salad bar of crisp, green glass tiles.
The look is thatched and the feel is relaxed. Barlen's is designed
according to feng shui principles, with fiery under-lighting at
the bar and a water-filled moat sealed with glass beneath the clients'
feet. During the day, guests can choose from sushi and sashimi,
Western char-grills, Japanese grills, salads and appetizers - perfect
beachside Dining, which can be described as "Asian with a twist".
Near the Givenchy Spa, on the island adjoining the main Hotel,
Barlen's is open for lunch and dinner. Barlen's Bar adjoining the
restaurant provides a wonderful view across Trou d'Eau Douce Bay.
Sit back, relax and inquire about the special Zen and Now cocktails.
Light refreshments, tropical cocktails and a wide variety of whiskies
are served at the Sega Bar situated in the middle of the main pool.
All the bars on the islands, including the Sega Bar, the Beach Bar
on the Ile aux Cerfs and Robinson's Bar on lot Mangénie,
serve sandwiches and snacks.
Safran Modern interpretations of classical Indian cuisine, set around
a tandoori-oven kitchen, overlooking Trou d'Eau Douce Bay. A far
smaller, more intimate Dining experience, seating just 56 people
for dinner, Safran unfolds around an open kitchen and tandoori ovens
which produce wonderful breads and smells.
Open sides framed by chic wooden shutters, mother-of-pearl bases
to its bar and tandoor ovens, cutlery styled like old Indian daggers,
beautiful glass and gold leaf plates, glassware that glows in the
light and elegant copper cooking hoods over the ovens create a chic,
Its menu is highly sophisticated, combining traditional Indian
dishes with the sort of modern cooking techniques and contemporary
touches which are beginning to win Indian restaurants Michelin stars.
"We have been working with Vineet Bhatia of Zaika [the starred
London restaurant] for a year now" explains Patrick John, "and
we're combining estern spices and cookery traditions with European
methods and presentation styles - the result is exquisite, modern
Indian food". Safran combines delicate décor and mystical
ambience as the top Indian restaurant on Mauritius.
Ile aux Cerfs
A 10 minute boat ride takes you to the perfect place to spend a
day relaxing by the beach, participating in a number of exciting
water sports, or simply to enjoy a great meal.Guests can relax and
grab a bite at Paul et Virginie, an old favorite, where the food
ranges from lightly grilled, fried or steamed local fish, seafood,
pizza and simply cooked Mauritian dishes - from palm hearts to fresh
Perfect for relaxing after a day's watersports - or, in late 2003,
after a round of golf on the new course - and with its own dance
floor, ideal for weddings and large group occasions. The Beach Bar,
offers a pleasurable selection of drinks from 9.30am to 5.pm, as
well as snacks from 11.30am to 4.30pm.
The truly romantic will love this deserted island, a few minutes
by free boat transfer from the Hotel and an exclusive retreat for
Le Touessrok guests.
Robinson's is open for lunch and offers wonderful fresh fish options
(from freshwater prawns to dorado), a salad bar and pizza oven.
On Sundays it turns out a lavish brunch of spit-roasted lamb and
chicken, Asian stir-fries, lagoon seafood and a dangerously tempting
dessert counter. Sparkling wine is complimentary during Sunday brunch.
Robinson's is open from Noon to 3.00pm.
Crusoe's Bar is the place to taste a selection of homemade rums
served by the friendly governor of Ilot Mangénie, Mr. Robinson
himself. Crusoe's Bar is open from 10am to 4pm daily.
Activities & Facilities
Sports enthusiasts will find themselves in paradise at
Le Touessrok. Stunningly landscaped private grounds enfold the Hotel
- offering tennis courts, golf, bowls and the Matt Roberts Gym -
while the sea is an integral part of its design, with its four beaches
and two separate islands, a huge variety of watersports and ample
opportunities for rest and refreshment!
All guests have access to free watersports and basic tuition from
the Hotel's fully-trained team of instructors. The perfect way to
try waterskiing, windsurfing and sailing safely for the first time,
or simply to brush up your skills by using high-quality boats, boards
and skis for no extra charge. The watersports facility on Ile aux
Cerfs, accessed by a free boat shuttle from the main Hotel (10 minute
ride), provides plenty of activities for water enthusiasts. Many
of these sports are free of charge to Hotel guests.
The Givenchy Spa
Experience the ultimate in personal treatment at Le Touessrok.
The Givenchy Spa works with the Matt Roberts Personal Trainers next
door to combine treatments and fitness programs with suggestions
on nutrition, beauty and health, and with the fashionable Bastien
Gonzalez Podiatry & Pedicure Clinic, also in the same building.
The Spa and Health Centre is open from 8.30am to 8.30pm and also
features a hair salon and Givenchy Shop. It aims to give guests
at Le Touessrok the ultimate feel-good experience. Treatments range
from the Canyon Love Stone Therapy and the four-handed Ylang Ylang
Body Massage, to Body Scrubs, Hydrotherapy, Facials and saunas.
After, or in-between treatments, clients are encouraged to enjoy
the relaxation room.
The Bride's Room is exclusively dedicated to the bride's pampering
on her big day. Beauty Flash facials, manicures, foot massages,
the ultimate make-over and hairstyling designed to make her feel
Le Touessrok Golf Course - 18 holes: Course Guide
Across the lagoon on a private island, the new Le Touessrok Golf
Course is destined to become one of the wonders of the game.
The island is just perfect for golf. It has a coastline of little
bays, inlets and promontories - natural undulating topography, volcanic
rock outcrops, lakes and gullies, and a profusion of tropical trees
and plants. All 18 holes have views of the ocean.
The course is open from 6:30am to sunset daily.
Le Touessrok Golf Course: Complimentary green fee!
Le Touessrok Golf Course is pleased to offer complimentary green
fees for guests at Le Touessrok. A compulsory golf cart charge of
€32 per person per round is applicable.
Pool & Beach
The allure of water is everywhere - guests at Le Touessrok can enjoy
any of four intimate, pristine white beaches and two beautifully
Diving & Snorkelling
Surrounded by the turquoise Indian Ocean, Le Touessrok is a playground
of water sports. Guests interested in snorkeling or learning to
dive the PADI or NAUI way, can obtain instruction or equipment at
the Diving Centre. The Centre has certified PADI and CMAS instructors
offering excursions and special classes.
Tennis enthusiasts will appreciate complimentary use of the Peter
Burwash International Tennis Club, located next to Hibiscus gardens,
with four floodlit synthetic courts, individual coaching and full
Guests of Le Touessrok can enjoy American roulette, blackjack and
slot machines Tuesday to Saturday from 9pm onwards at Le Saint Géran.
Free shuttle between the two resorts.
Le Touessrok general offer for families
Tucked away to one side of the Hotel, in a log-built hideaway surrounded
by trees, is KidsOnly. With its Robin Hood theme and exciting "
secret " location, the club is the perfect way for kids staying
at the Hotel to really get the most out of their holiday. While
parents relax on the beach or by the pool, happy in the knowledge
that their children are busy and happy and safe, the young members
enjoy all sorts of privileges. The club itself has play areas, a
tree house and walkway, its own pool, arts and crafts facilities
and computer stations (perfect for quiet times out of the sun.)
Even its own restaurant for afternoon tea, for which the kids can
bake cookies and other meals.