2017 year in review

2017 Year in Review

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.

Heritage saisit l'extraordinaire à bras-le-corps

Taking it to new heights

Thursday, October 5, 2017. Come nightfall, the vast hotel grounds are revealed by a soft gradient of blues, pinks, greens and purples. Pink banyan trees, the rustle of palms that create shadows that appear to be dancing on the façade of the colonial chateau, the shimmy of supple dancers across ponds of water, the ethereal subtleties of colour and light that capture the newly revamped Heritage Le Telfair in a fleeting haze. Center stage, a girl in a gauzy white dress twists and turns across a dance floor on which is projected a mapping of kaleidoscopic butterflies and elements of nature. The sight is spectacular.

TRAVEL DIARIES: Jetting-off to Paradise

Travel Diaries: Jetting-off to Paradise

Photojournalist, Robert Michael Poole and Vlogger, Marcy Yu are what you would call “digital nomads.” In other words, they combine work and travel using technology and social media. Robert shoots candids of his travels to faraway places, and writes about his experiences while Marcy works on her digital travel diary and coveted Instagram account. The two travel companions flew to Mauritius for a barefoot holiday made of up wet bikinis, salty hair and a five-star resort. [1]

A vegetarian guide to the Heritage Resorts

A Vegetarian’s Guide to the Heritage Resorts

The history of the island is narrated by the travellers, explorers, and settlers of the past centuries: Portuguese sailors, European colonizers, Africans, Indians, Chinese and Gujarati merchants… The influx of immigrants and the island’s strategic position along the Spice Trade Route have made Mauritius a melting pot of cultures and cuisines. Our chefs at Heritage Resorts (we have 12 restaurants!) blend their know-how with spices and seasonal produce to cater to all, from the most adventurous palate to the pickiest eater.