For a holiday season that all will treasure, Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita is preparing to welcome families and friends for sun-soaked days of fun and relaxation, plus magical evenings of diverse dining and entertainment, with its ‘Under the Stars‘ festive programme.
Running as from December 21, 2017 to January 7, 2018, the festivities take inspiration from the island’s clear night skies, with highlight events including the Starlight Spectacular New Year’s Eve Gala Dinner at Bambou Restaurant, the You’re the Star Kids’ Beach Carnival and on Christmas Day itself, children will be invited to join a barefoot Search for Santa at the beach.
A Culinary Celebration
Diverse theme evenings range from a Fisherman’s Beach Barbecue to spices from India and local specialties at the poolside restaurant of Bambou, while signature a la carte menus are served at the Resort’s Italian restaurant, Acquapazza and modern French bistro, Beau Champ. For lunch, savour the local catch of the day or choose from a menu of wok dishes, salads, sushi, pizzas, grills and much-loved comfort food.
The Chef’s Table at Beau Champ is available every evening over the festive period, with a proposal of either seafood or Mauritian specialties, while for those looking to advance their culinary skills, cooking classes at ‘Cotomili’ Herb Garden are available each day, on request.
A range of watersports, onsite tennis courts, cycling in the Resort’s grounds, and unlimited golf on the Ernie Els Design course are just a handful of the Resort’s leisure activities, while a Hobbit Village kids’ club and dedicated young adult centre provide even more fun for younger guests, with a daily programme tailored for all age groups throughout this festive period.
By evening, the Resort’s night sky comes to life to the sound of various musical artists and dance performances. Heading up the New Year’s Eve line up is singing drummer and previous X Factor Australia finalist Jason Heerah, who is joined by a number of local artists throughout the holiday season, where entertainment ranges from jazz bands to local Sega dancing, acoustic trios and DJ sets.
To re-energise for the new year, the Resort’s Spa has a choice of new organic treatments from Terres d’Afrique. Among the new offerings, the Sleep Improvement Ritual will offer guests the chance to counter jet-lag and de-stress for optimum sleeping patterns, in a treatment that combines sound therapy, acupressure and soothing massage strokes. In addition to the Spa‘s full range of rituals, facials and massages, a choice of yoga classes will be available, including a daily, complimentary discovery session and the atmospheric Bonfire Yoga.
With 64 acres of tropical gardens providing home to a choice of one- to five-bedroom villas, Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita is a sanctuary of rejuvenation from the day to day, where endless recreational activities include stand up paddle boarding, guided snorkelling excursions with a marine educator, and complimentary golf on an Ernie Els Design course.
For more information on the full festive programme at Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita visit the Resort’s festive season website. Rates during festive season start from 1,660 EUR per villa per night, inclusive of breakfast, with a minimum stay of seven nights.More posts from October 2017