Current Travel Advice for Customers.Click here
Our luxury resorts and hotels in the Indian Ocean
The hotels in the Indian Ocean are all hidden gems, offering luxury and style in the most secluded on locations. You’ll feel like the only ones of the island no matter which hotel you decide, but you’ll find that they all have their own individual charms.
From elegant resorts located on their very own island, to rustic lodges nestled high in jungle-clad hills, or selection of retreats will be sure to wow.
This stunning all-inclusive resort on the north-west of Mauritius offers a plethora of restaurants, bars and facilities to suit all tastes and ages. Set in extensive gardens between the ocean and river, this is a lovely spot to enjoy a Mauritian holiday and its stunning surroundings. Get ready to relax in style.
Kuredu Island Resort is one of the Maldives most popular resorts and attracts many repeat clients due to its excellent range of watersports and superb diving. Kuredu offers excellent value for money and a wide selection of accommodation including bungalows, villas and suites.
LUX* Grand Gaube is a beautiful resort nestled on the nothern coast of Mauritius in the small town of Grand Gaube. With a wonderful mix of vintage and contemporary decor, stylish rooms and innovative foodie experiences, this is the ideal resort for trendy travellers.
Capturing the essence of a Dutch seaside village, AVANI Bentota Resort & Spa is located along Bentota Beach in southern Sri Lanka. Tropical and laidback, it offers two outdoor pools and some stunning coastline. Great value.
This beautiful hotel, looking out over the glittering Indian Ocean, is built in typical Mauritian style. Located on Turtle Bay, in a marine park and home to Chateau Mon Desir, the best wedding venue in Mauritius, this hotel simply paradise.
In a spectacular setting on the Indian Ocean, the Conrad Maldives Rangali Island is the ultimate romantic destination offering sophisticated barefoot luxury, stunning tropical islands, breathtaking natural beauty and sparkling ocean.