Our bars and restaurants are designed to suit every time of the day, taste and mood. Each venue is distinct, but all are designed to tempt you with new tastes and get everyone talking.
Some are interactive, others invite you to sit back and enjoy the service, but all are social hubs for long lazy days, kickstarting your evening or rounding off the night in great company.
A beach holiday wouldn’t be complete without a daily trip to the ice cream parlour. All homemade on-site, go for your favourite classic flavour, or choose from our ever-changing lineup of exciting new sorbets and gelato.
B Bar is the beating heart of our resort, and that’s just the way we like it. All our drinks are served with the invitation to linger longer with new friends or share with someone special.
We have also made some service adjustments in consultation with SGS, the world's leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company, in addition to the precautionary measures recommended by the World Health Organisation.
The teams of LUX* Resorts & Hotels, SALT Resorts and Tamassa Resorts understand the courage it takes for the brave people to fight on the frontline. Our teams have banded together to provide support to their local communities. In Mauritius, SALT of Palmar produced 500 reuseable face masks for the villagers and police in Belle Mare; LUX* Belle Mare Resort & Villas, LUX* Grand Gaube Resort & Villas and LUX* Le Morne Resort baked over a thousand cupcakes to thank the first responders for their selfless service rendered during the country's confinement; and the team at Tamassa put together care packs consisting of daily necessities and dry goods for the underprivileged. Over in Yunnan, China, LUX* Tea Horse Road Benzilan has been doing their part to care for the environment by picking up trash along nature trails and hiking routes, in addition to cleaning and volunteering their services in the revered Tibetan Buddhist temples in Shangri-La.
This unprecedented situation has taught us how fragile freedom is and travelling as we know it will now change irrevocably,
but it will bounce back. We eagerly await your return. Meanwhile, stay safe and stay in touch.
Chief Executive Officer
As our islands begin to reopen their shores to travellers, you understandably have questions regarding the new measures in each destination. We have compiled everything you need to know. But if you still have a question, please don't hesitate to contact our hotels directly through our website.
There are no quarantine requirements on arrival to our destinations. Be sure to check with your local authorities to see if your country of residence requires a quarantine upon your return home.
We encourage you to check with your local government authorities concerning any travel restrictions there may be for the destination you want to visit. We advise you to check again prior to departure to ensure you have the most up-to-date advice.
Each of our hotels provides on demand access to medical support-a nurse or doctor-who may assist with any immediate health-related matters. If you require further medical attention, they will refer you to the best possible medical services in proximity to the hotel.
We strongly recommend that you obtain travel insurance prior to travelling abroad. Ensure that the insurance policy covers Covid-19 related matters. Note that prior to arriving at the hotel, you will be required to either submit travel insurance or declare that you will bear the costs of treatment and isolation if necessary. Don't forget to pack your travel insurance certificate stating Covid-19 coverage. You will be asked to show it at check-in.
Your airline provider will hand out health declaration forms that need to be submitted to the health authorities upon arrival. Airport authorities have implemented health screening facilities at the airport to monitor passengers and provide assistance in case you are not feeling well.
The Maldives: Yes. All international tourists staying in our resorts must submit a personal negative PCR test to the hotel 5 to 7 days prior to boarding. The test must have been undertaken between 5 and 7 days prior to boarding. Mauritius: Yes. All international tourists travelling to this destination must submit a personal PCR test to the hotel 5 to 7 days prior to boarding. The test must have been undertaken between 5 and 7 days prior to boarding. Reunion Island: Yes. All international tourists travelling to this destination must submit a personal negative PCR test to the hotel within 72 hours prior to boarding. The test must have been undertaken within 72 hours prior to boarding. You will need to fill in a declaration form stating that you do not have any Covid-19 symptoms and have not been in contact with any confirmed cases of Covid-19 in the 14 days prior to your departure flight.
The Maldives: Upon arrival, you must fill out a health declaration form and have your temperature taken by the airport authorities. Random PCR tests will be conducted and all passengers showing symptoms will undergo the PCR test. Positive cases will be isolated. Mauritius: Upon arrival, you must fill out a health card and undertake a PCR test at the airport. Positive cases will be isolated. Reunion Island: Upon arrival, you must fill out a health declaration form and present your PCR test results to airport authorities. Positive cases will be isolated.
Please scan the QR code below to view our Collective Care programme, which gathers all Covid-19 sanitary measures we are taking or visit our website.
Yes. We perform daily health checks on all employees before they enter the workplace.
All reservations for stays between now and the 1st October 2020 are subject to a full refund for cancellations made 72 hours prior to arrival.
Yes. A full refund will be provided for the unused room nights of pre-paid packages should the hotel go under lockdown. The hotel will collaborate with local authorities to safely repatriate our guests.
Wearing a mask is not mandatory. However, we strongly encourage you to take all the necessary precautions to help contain the spread of Covid-19.