The five-star Shangri-La's Le Touessrok Resort & Spa is set on the white sands of Trou d’Eau Douce Bay, with stunning views of the Indian Ocean. Here you can enjoy the very best of Asian hospitality, with graceful service and luxurious accommodation in this idyllic location.
Set in a secluded area of lush tropical vegetation, CHI, The Spa offers a menu of Chinese and Ayurvedic treatments, including massage, exercise, hydrotherapy, relaxation and meditation, all designed to assist the body's natural renewal.
18 holes · 7115 yards - 5339 yards · Par 72. The golf course is located on Ile aux Cerfs, a 5-minute boat ride from the resort. When you arrive the first thing you see is the impressive clubhouse that looks out over the 18th green and extensive practice facilities. The Bernhard Langer course then winds through indigenous vegetation with rocky volcanic outcrops, natural water hazards and strategic bunkering testing your game. However, it is the location that takes your breath away, with occasional glimpses of turquoise seas and sandy beaches culminating in the most amazing panoramic views of the area from the 11th green. The course can be tough, so make sure you take the caddy masters advice on which tees to play from.
There are 200 rooms and suites plus three exclusive villas, all recently renovated in a contemporary style. All have ocean views through the large bay windows, and many also offer direct access to the beach. Amenities include free Wifi, television with satellite channels, safe, tea- and coffee-making facilities and minibar.
A huge range of watersports are available free to guests, including kayaking, dinghies, sailing boats, pedal boats, snorkelling, windsurfing and waterskiing. Guests also have exclusive use of two beautiful islands just off-shore: Ilot Mangénie and Ile aux Cerfs, which features a spectacular 18-hole championship golf course.
Guests at the resort can take their pick from a range of excellent restaurants, including beachside dining at Republik Beach Club & Grill, delicious contemporary Japanese cuisine at Kushi and tantalizing menus at Safran.
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