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A visit to Mauritius is a multicultural experience regardless of where you stay. However, choosing the Heritage Awali Resort takes multiculturalism to a new and unique level. The hotel's name is a Swahili word loosely translated as 'beginning' in English. Heritage Resorts chose the name to reflect the hotel's African influence and theming. Here you will enjoy everything you would expect from a five-star hotel in Mauritius perfectly complemented by African culture, décor, architecture, and cuisine. From the beating of the African drums to the ethnic atmosphere, you will experience an African environment from the moment you arrive.

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The collection of rooms at the Heritage Awali is comprised of 154 Deluxe Rooms, 5 Senior Suites, and a single luxury Villa. Each room is decorated in warm earth tones featuring browns, tans, and plenty of complementing wood. The lines are defined but graceful while room accents bring African décor to life.

Rooms at Heritage Awali are purposely intended to be spacious and inviting. Guests enjoy a full list of amenities including en suite bathrooms with separate shower and bathtub, hair dryer, electronic safe, minibar, flat screen TV with satellite channels, free Wi-Fi, and coffee and tea facilities. Laundry service and 24-hour room service are also available.

By design, all of the rooms are contained in individual pavilions with traditional African thatched roofs. They are arranged so that each room opens to a private terrace with easy access to the beach and both of the resort's infinity pools. Guests of the Villa enjoy their own private pool and a garden gazebo.


Bar / Lounge, Boutique Shopping, Creche / Kids Club, Fitness Centre, Golf Course (on-site), Restaurant(s), Spa, Swimming Pool (Outdoor), Tennis Courts


Air Conditioning, In-Room Safe, Wireless Internet (complimentary)


Visitors to the Heritage Awali have five options for on-site dining. As an added bonus, registered guests also have access to the restaurants located in all of the Heritage Resorts on the island. There are 12 to choose from. You will never run out of dining options during your stay. On-site you can dine at:

•Balafon – Balafon is named after a traditional African instrument similar to a xylophone. The balafon at this restaurant provides beautiful background music complementing a gastronomic voyage through traditional and modern Mauritian cuisine. Balafon serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily.

•Boma – This is an exquisite open-air restaurant designed for the family. Weather permitting, you can enjoy traditional African cuisine under the stars, grilled around a campfire while local musicians entertain you with ethnic music. This restaurant is all about community.

•Infinity Blue – The hotel's beach restaurant is the Infinity Blue. Guests are served a variety of seafood delicacies featuring local fish and African imports. It is open daily for lunch and dinner.

•Le Chateau De Bel Ombre – This elegant fine dining restaurant is open on a select basis for dinner only. It serves local cuisine in a refined and elegant environment overlooking the golf course and garden.

•Amafrooty – For light meals and snacks throughout the day, visit Amafrooty at poolside. This is the perfect dining option when you are looking for something less formal.

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