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A resort style hotel, Anahita Golf and Spa Resort caters for all and yet is still the epitome of luxury – and set in over 500 acres, there is more than enough space for everyone.
Guests can choose from the spacious Suites and Prestige Suites, with either one, two or three bedrooms; or a Prestige or Deluxe Villa, which come with between one and five bedrooms. The suites have private plunge pools, while the villas have actual swimming pools as well as terraces and gardens. All are beautifully decorated, fully contained and have a kitchen and dining area - if guests don't feel like venturing out of their villa, yet don't want the hassle of cooking either, they can 'dial-a-chef' for the evening.
Anahita's main restaurant, Origine, serves arguably some of the best food on the island. By day it offers casual, yet still delicious, light food on the deck, and come nightfall, it is transformed into a gastronomic restaurant serving delicious Mauritian inspired food. There is also a more informal beachside restaurant, Bliss, serving fresh seafood, Il Forno serving the finest Italian cuisine, and Signature, the fine dining option.
Set out like a small village down on the waterfront, there are a couple of shops, a gym, a fantastic new spa - with nine treatment rooms - a swimming pool, and a golf clubhouse. The 18 hole golf course at Anahita, designed by professional golfer Ernie Els, is fantastic and in a spectacular setting - the last three holes offer amazing views of the ocean.
Other activities at Anahita include a boat trip to Ile aux Cerfs for a picnic lunch, mountain biking, horse riding and hiking. PADI and CMAS diving courses are also available, from children's Seal Team to Dive Master level.
OurSpace children's club looks after children aged 8 months to 13 years old, and keeps them entertained for hours on end. Action packed days include snorkelling, glass bottom boat excursions, tennis lessons and swimming, to name but a few.