When it comes to enhancing our clients’ mental and physical well-being by helping them reconnect with the natural world, Heritage Resorts has no equal. It offers immersive nature experiences that will help you disengage from the stress of everyday life while improving your physical and mental health. Heritage Resorts’ health experts invite you to discover the art of eco-therapy, or of healing thanks to contact with nature. Are you ready to rediscover your inner balance?
How would you like to be the proud owner of Heritage Le Château for a night? It might seem like a distant dream, but it’s one that’s now within your grasp. This luxurious residence, built in the late nineteenth century and extensively restored in September 2017, now offers guests a unique and extraordinary Mauritian experience.
Chef David Toutain Curates Heritage Le Château’s Summer Menu
A historic, colonial-style château set on the grounds of the old Bel Ombre sugar plantation. Immaculate French-style gardens. The legacy of an old family home. Enter Heritage Le Chateau, which recently underwent some restoration works by Perrot & Richard, the architecture firm that also restored the Sainte Chapelle, the Grand Palais and the Comédie Française. With the chateau being restored to its former glory (it once belonged to an Indian gentleman), it only made sense to curate a summer menu that reflects the exquisite beauty of the Chateau.
Take a look back at the events that shaped another amazing year for Heritage Resorts
The hospitality industry is known as the industry that never sleeps. Day in, day out, the personnel, made of hundreds of people, work tirelessly to create an experience. Heritage Resorts, a beachside oasis, is no exception. As we start the New Year, it now seems like the right time to reflect back on 2017, a particularly eventful year for our two sister hotels, Heritage Le Telfair and Heritage Awali.
156 players. 30 countries. 4 days. 3 tours. €1 million euro prize fund. The Champion? Dylan Frittelli, the young 27-year old South African pro, who beat Arjun Atwal in a playoff. The latter, has nonetheless set a record nine-under par 62 with a four-stroke lead in the first round of the AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open (and this after a 16-hour flight and no practice round) and has dominated the leaderboard until the final round.