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Formally known as the InterContinental Mauritius Resort Balaclava Fort, the InterContinental is located along the north-west coast of the island, overlooking the Bay of Balaclava. From the resort’s beautiful white sand beach, guests enjoy incredible views of turquoise waters and, just to the south, the coastal mountains. Being in the north means that guests are closer to the popular Grand Baie shopping area and the capital of Port Louis. The InterContinental is an excellent resort where you can spend all of your time or use as a home base to explore the island.

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Modern design and luxurious comfort define the rooms and suites at the InterContinental. The resort offers the following room categories: Deluxe Ocean Facing, Deluxe Ocean Facing with Private Jacuzzi, Two-Bedroom Family, and the Presidential Suite. Deluxe rooms are offered with either a single king or two double beds, along with views of either the ocean or the hotel's lush garden. Balconies and terraces are included as well.

Deluxe rooms with Jacuzzis are slightly larger than those without, adding an extra 33-m².

Family rooms include separate sleeping spaces and are perfect for families with two adults and two children. The Presidential Suite offers the most for your money, featuring 300-m² of floor space, private terrace with Jacuzzi and sun beds, private kitchen, dining area, entertainment space, and guest toilet.


Bar / Lounge, Creche / Kids Club, Fitness Centre, Restaurant(s), Spa, Tennis Courts


Air Conditioning, Wireless Internet (complimentary)


The InterContinental boasts five impressive restaurants uniquely designed to offer a particular form of cuisine in a specific kind of environment. From Asian to local Mauritian, you are sure to find something you like at one of the following onsite restaurants:

•Segala – This contemporary restaurant overlooks the beach to perfectly complement a menu consisting of fresh seafood cooked according to traditional Mauritian recipes. Beautiful background music sets the scene for an intimate and intensely personal experience.

•Senso – Upon first entering the Senso restaurant, your senses will be overwhelmed by the sights, sounds, and smells of this classic space. Senso offers a traditional buffet experience combining Western, European and Oriental dishes. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily.

•Veda – If Indian food is more to your liking, Veda may be exactly what you are looking for. Veda offers a menu based on an Indian and Mauritian fusion using fresh ingredients and traditional recipes. As for the ambience, it is very contemporary. Veda would be just as much at home located in a major European city such as London.

•Palms – The name of this restaurant should give you a good idea of what it is all about. Palms is a beautiful poolside restaurant serving salads, sandwiches, and lighter fare for guests maintaining healthier eating habits. It is open only for lunch.

Noble House – The Noble House restaurant takes fusion to the next level. It combines traditional Asian with modern European in everything from décor to the menu. The restaurant's beachside location creates a unique atmosphere that combines elegance with the very reason you came to Mauritius.

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