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Shanti Maurice - A Nira Resort is surrounded by tropical gardens, sugarcane fields, and hills on Mauritius’ southern coast, one of the most exotic settings in the world. Offering a world-class spa, traditional Mauritian cuisine, and 61 villas and suites—many with private pools—that look out onto the ocean, the property is beach escapism at its best. Combined with locally sourced products, materials, and food, Shanti Maurice is also as authentic as it is luxurious.
MADE BY ORIGINALS
After 40 years of working with some of the world’s biggest hotel brands–including Ritz-Carlton, Raffles and Fairmont–Puri jumped ship and set out alone. With an invaluable set of experiences tucked up his sleeve, Puri decided that in order to achieve the service and attention to detail he wanted, he would have to dedicate his time to smaller, boutique properties. Following on from his Nira-branded hotels in Mauritius and Edinburgh, Puri opened Nira Alpina: a modern mountain resort, which continues to remake Alpine luxury for a new generation of travelers.
ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN
Having lived on Mauritius all his life, Architect Jean-Marc Eynaud was the perfect choice to undertake a hotel that aims for the utmost authenticity. In an effort to blend the hotel with its surroundings, Eynaud used natural materials such as granite, lava stone, and slate, as well as thatching roofs with sugarcane. The suites and villas are also arranged so that each accommodation affords impressive sea views and maximum privacy. Inside, the suites and villas stick to a neutral color scheme rich in natural materials like local hardwoods and stone, while artist’s easels, hand-woven rugs, telescopes, and African chests add character.