Hilton Mauritius Resort & Spa reopens after upgrades

Hilton Mauritius Resort & Spa announced its re-opening following the completion of its renovations. This is the first time upgrades were made to the property since its opening in 2001. 

The renovation work throughout the property includes upgrades of the guest rooms with the creation of new Grand Deluxe rooms category, redesign of three restaurants and three bars concepts, laying new flooring in the main pool, redesign of the lobby area with a modern look complete with three dynamic desks, addition of central air conditioning system, enhancement of Internet network for better Wi-Fi access and other back-of-the-house improvements.

The refurbishment project, which started in June 2014, focused mainly on the creation of the new room category, Grand Deluxe. The new Grand Deluxe rooms were redesigned to now boast new contemporary furniture, modern fixtures, and a warm color palette. Also part of the renovation are redesigned bathrooms that include a separate bathtub and a separate shower area with sea view. Amenities in rooms include mini-bar, flat screen television, DVD player, TV cable, personal electronic safe, telephone in the bathroom, hair dryer, complimentary toiletries, tea and coffee maker and complimentary bottled water as well as Wi-Fi connection.


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Hilton Mauritius Resort & Spa offers various dining experiences that also underwent improvements. The resort now has three restaurants and three bars. La Pomme d’Amour restaurant now offers guests an added seating capacity by integrating the former Melanzane restaurant. The Ginger Thai restaurant’s seating capacity was increased, following the extension of its terrace. Meanwhile, Aqua Bar was also totally refurbished and is situated between the swimming pool and the beach.

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