One of the original luxury hotels built in Mauritius, Le
Touessrok remains one of the best.
With two fantastic beaches and nooks and crannies with small pools
dotted around the grounds, there are lots of secluded areas where
you can linger.
The Givenchy Spa is worth a visit, while the gardens are home to
two huge tortoises.
There are three great restaurants, including one on the beach.
Watersports, apart from diving, are free for guests, but otherwise
this is most definitely a fly-and-flop destination.
If you're looking for true relaxation in the confines of a
fabulous hotel, Mauritius is the place to go.
WOW FACTOR: The hotel has its own 'desert island', a
canoe-boat ride away, with a private beach and a restaurant called
Crusoes. You can marry there, too.
Go: Book with Turquoise Holidays; call 01494 678 400 or
visit www.turquoiseholidays.co.uk for more details or
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