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The new Heritage Le Telfair, colonial style along contemporary lines


The swimming pool of the Telfair
The swimming pool of the Telfair
Flagship of the VLH group, the Heritage Le Telfair Golf & Wellness Resorts on the Domaine de Bel Ombre also reopens its doors on 1st September 2017 following a renovation that has taken more than 3 months.
A member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World group, the new Heritage Le Telfair reinterprets the idea of an escape to the islands by inviting its guests to discover, in an exceptional resort, a unique lifestyle of elegance and simplicity.
The new, timeless, contemporary decoration uses neutral and soothing tones inspired by the natural world of the tropics, combined with a more open architectural style that allows natural light to flood in from outside.
During their stay, the Heritage Le Telfair invites its guests to enjoy unique experiences in the wild, natural southern part of Mauritius. The hotel now consists exclusively of suites offering a personalised butler service, which provides a perfect stay for the guests, while being discreet and attentive.
Twelve restaurants on the 2,500 hectare estate offer a fresh, innovative and tasty culinary experience with a wide range of options such as a healthy breakfast at Annabella's, an Asian getaway at the Gin'ja for lunch or gourmet delights at the castle of Bel Ombre. Then there is the Le Palmier beach restaurant, which offers a breathtaking view of the lagoon while you take lunch on the sand, detox cocktails in hand.  
Heritage Le Telfair, the island's unique Golf & Wellness Resort further enhances its wellness offering with a range of treatments designed by the hotel's osteopath and wellness specialists.

The suites of the Telfair
The suites of the Telfair





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