Paule de Romeuf, Amélie Montocchio, Diane Koenig renovate Canonnier Beachcomber Golf Resort & Spa

Canonnier has views over the northern islands and Indian Ocean, and the design team blended these surroundings with the resort’s interiors.

Beachcomber Resorts & Hotels, a hotel group with eight properties in Mauritius, reopened Canonnier Beachcomber Golf Resort & Spa following a renovation involving French interior designers Paule de Romeuf, Amélie Montocchio and the in-house Beachcomber design team. Diane Koenig oversaw landscaping for the 17-acre garden.

The rooms at the revamped Canonnier Golf Resort & Spa now use linen, rattan, wood and raffia to echo the vegetation and gardens of the resort’s grounds. The rooms also have new lighting.

The resort has a wellness center built in the branches of a 100-year-old banyan tree. Evoking a small tree house, Canonnier’s spa has a new stone wall that recalls the lighthouse that once stood in the resort’s tropical gardens. The spa now also includes a sauna, hammam and fitness room.

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The property has views over the northern islands and Indian Ocean, and the design team blended these surroundings with the resort’s interiors.

The resort’s swimming pool was also refurbished and now has mosaic tiles that create a lagoon effect.

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