What you can find at Shanti Maurice
Life on our resort
Whether you like to take a brisk jog before breakfast, a leisurely stroll at sunset or a moonlit walk after dinner, you’ll find that our gardens provide a beautiful backdrop. Accompanied by the melodic sounds of tropical birds, they’re a glorious mixture of careful nurturing and wild abandonment.
Our gardens feature a selection of exotic plant and tree species endemic to Mauritius, some with conservation status. Mango and lychee trees grow in the orchard and bread fruit trees, coconut palms, bougainvillea and frangipani can be seen across the public and private villa gardens.
Our Boutique offers an exceptional shopping experience with a treasure trove of striking and beautiful items to buy. From clothes, jewellery, home accessories and local food specialties, everything in our Boutique has been hand selected by our experienced team.
We also stock a popular selection of Mauritian artisanal items varying from Poivre D, Chamarel Rhum, Cotton des Iles, handmade Cashmere, natural vegetable soaps and luxury scrubs.
The Library is the ideal place to unwind, relax and enjoy while reading a good book in a serene atmosphere.
We provide a range of international newspapers and magazines for all our guests and our library offers a cosy place to catch up on current affairs. Alternatively, feel free to browse the internet with our two state-of-the-art iMac desktop computers offering printing facilities.
* In a bid to observe our in-house and WHO sanitary guidelines, you are kindly requested to pre-book your library session by the hotel reception desk.
The official language is English, however, French is more frequently used and Creole, a language derived from French, remains the lingua franca.
The official currency is the Mauritian Rupee (MUR), however, the Euro and the United States Dollar are widely accepted in most shops.
The local climate is tropical, with temperatures averaging from 30 celsius in December to 22 celsius in June. There is a warm, dry winter from May to November and a hot and humid Summer from November to May.
Stay at Shanti Maurice
The adventure starts here
Indulgent tastes, exceptional sights, and unforgettable experiences. There is never a bad time to visit Shanti Maurice, but there is no better time than now.