Rated 4 out of 5 by flyswiss Relaxing Hotel Resort
Very friendly staff,everybody was always so helpful,great location with nice beach
Rooms are nice and big with beach view ,the only negative point was the Room cleanliness(Housekeeping dep.) need some improvements for a 5Star deluxe Hotel.....
Hotel Restaurants were fine dining with excellent food .....the boathouse (steakhouse restaurant) ....meatportions are little bit too small and cooking time could be improved,service as well,especially during peak.....beach was great with clear water...overall impression was good,but still some improvements possible for a deluxe 5 star hotel....but i still can recommend it to stay in a beautiful beach resort with St.Regis signature management.....
March 5, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by mrsg BEST HOTEL IN MAURITUUS
this hotel is worth every cent - definately the best hotel in Mauritius by far (and I have seen quite a few) - I can strongly recommend St Regis if you want quality service, attention to detail , great rooms and being pampered by the staff and your personal butler
March 7, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by SarahRene Perfect stay, wonderful resort
We had a really great time during our two weeks stay at the resort, which is quite likely located in one of the most beautiful places of the island.
All our expectations were exceeded - our room had a wonderful view on the ocean, service was divine in all respects, the variety and quality of food and beverages was always outstanding, the music acts at the 1904 bar were superb.
Concierge-Service was a remarkable assistance in planning our trips around the island.
Finally, we want to say a special thank you to Kishan, Priscilla, Big G, amongst many others, not to forget the private pool staff, that made our stay even more enjoyable!
We wish you all the best and hope to come back to Le Morne real soon!
Warm regards from Germany,
Sarah & René
July 18, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Richy76 The only five star to stay at......
We recently got back from the st Regis, As we normally stay on the east coast we heard great things about this hotel. We weren't let down! The service, food and attention to detail is by far the best experienced in mauritius. The kids club by far the best against other hotels in its class, and the facility's first class. Here a some of the highlights., the chefs table amazing experience. The simple India restaurant , first class well omits way to gaining a Michelin star. The Japanese restaurant. You would think that you are in Japan . The dolphins trip is a must and if you have family its a once in life time trip.
The butler service is like no other. Those guys really over deliver. This hotel is young in staff and new to the scene in Maurititus , but we can categorically recommend the st Regis Mauritius. No need to go anywhere else.
March 26, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by WineAdvisoryGroup St. Regis Mauritius... Redefining Paradise
In 30 years of traveling I have never experienced a welcome like I did when I arrived with my family... and that level of gracious hospitality and fabulous service has continued throughout our stay. The setting, the rooms, the restaurants, the spa... everything about the hotel is magical... a place of dreams.
When I try to think of describing what it's like here I fall short... details seem trivial. So hard to capture the feeling here in words... so forgive me, for specifics look to other reviews.
If you're looking for a place to relax, be pampered, recharge, or just escape reality... the St. Regis Mauritius is the perfect place. The only problem? Like me... you'll never want to leave.
August 20, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by WA41 fantastic break
We recently spent a wonderful holiday at the St Regis Mauritius. We have been lucky enough to stay at many of the top hotels in Mauritius but think the St Regis is currently the best on the island due to the staff, the location and the fact that the property is brand new. Two highlights were: the room (a St Regis suite which was huge and had a stunning view) and the food (the meal at the Chef's Table was one of the best we have ever had, Gordon Ramsay et al included). The kids' club and teen room were also excellent. In summary, we could not fault the hotel and would recommend it without hesitation.
July 29, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Kelvin1 high promises low delivery high prices
The hotel is trying to compete in the ultra luxury sector , but falls very short in service ,culinary standards and personal feel. Menu choice is limited and a payment supplement is required for many of the dishes. this is annoying if you are on the half board package. Pricing of wines and champagne is ludicrous. My overall sense is the hotel was out to extract as much money from the guest - post arrival - as possible. The butlers service was good, but not of a high enough standard to justify pricing. Of the 7 nights I was there the turn down service only came once at my requested time.Beach food and beverage service was very inconsistent. If I had not been traveling with friends I would have moved hotels.
January 16, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Ronya Disappointing Stay
My wife and I were very disappointed with our stay at the St. Regis Mauritius. It is a beautiful property and setting. The staff is professional and gracious.
However, there were just too many small errors and disappointments during our stay. On our first morning, our fire alarm went off at 6:15 am and again at 6:30 am. When we called the front desk for information, we got a fast busy signal. The Butler Deck didn't answer. We later heard it was an engineering problem that affected all rooms. After traveling half way around the world (literally) to visit Mauritius and the St. Regis, it wasn't how or when we planned to wake up on our first morning. It was disappointing that the hotel made no effort to explain or apologize for the rude awakening. It was disturbing that the hotel couldn't respond properly to a self-inflicted emergency.
The restaurants were only OK. The restaurants were not nearly as good as meals we've enjoyed recently at other St. Regis properties. In fact, almost all of the meals we had in Cape Town and the winelands in South Africa on this trip were superior and much less expensive than those at the St. Regis Mauritius. The St. Regis wine list was very limited, with perhaps 3 dozen bottles. There were only two pinot noirs, including a South African pinot for $235. The least expensive bottle was a $75 Sauvignon Blanc.
The resort is very family friendly. But, in our case, we were looking for a peaceful beach vacation, which this stay was not. At least half of the guests were families and, not surprisingly, kids are loud when they are at the pool and beach. On more than one occasion, young children interrupted romantic dinners with outbursts.
Unfortunately, we won't return to this St. Regis. It will give us second thoughts about other St. Regis properties.
April 23, 2013