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The first, and still one of the best, deluxe fully inclusive resorts in Mauritius. Located on a protected peninsula surrounded by three stunning beaches in the South East of the island, it is lapped by the clear waters of a unique Marine Park, and a short boat ride away from I'ile aux Aigrettes nature reserve. The All Inclusive package includes sumptuous buffets, gastronomic menus and 'A La Carte' dining in the hotels five restaurants. Premium wines and spirits are included and French champagne is available by the glass after 6pm. To give clients more flexibility, mini-bar purchases, beach and pool service are also included along with a wide range of sports and one 45 minute massage per person per stay (min 4 night stay). Leisure facilities include a 9-hole pitch and putt golf course, diving centre affiliated to PADI and National Geographic, sailing club, water skiing, tennis, and a Bob Marlin mini-club for children aged 3 to 12.
ROOMS, SPA & RESTAURANTS
Accommodation comprises of 327 rooms ranging from superior rooms to senior suites, and family suites. Facilities in each sea facing room includes individually controlled air conditioning, hair dryer, individual safe, telephone, television and a mini bar with tea and coffee making facilities. At Shandrani Resort & Spa guests can indulge in Spa Beachcomber featuring 20 treatment rooms, where you can indulge and relax in the lush tropical surroundings whilst having a treatment. The hotel boasts four restaurants including the main restaurant with a mix of international cuisine, and the extensive all inclusive package features á la carte and fine dining at the other 3 restaurants. There is something for everyone.
Please Note - Shandrani is situated relatively close to the airport. Mauritius is a small island and flights are fairly infrequent (key times being early morning and late evening), but they can be seen and heard from the hotel.