Spread over 10 hectares, The Westin Turtle Bay Resort and Spa, Mauritius, is replete with captivating beachfront views and sparkling hotel amenities. Our coastline is adjacent to one of only two marine nature parks in Mauritius. Bordered by a reef running the length of the hotel coastline, the marine park is full of such indigenous species as starfish, groupers, grunt fish, lionfish, angelfish and catfish. There are loads of excursions to do in Mauritius, from exploring nature to enjoying amazing sunset views. Inside our resort, our kids club offers activities to expand kids’ horizons, revealing hidden wonders at every turn. Designed to enrich our youngest hotel guests’ stay through exploration, the programme brings every locale to life and enhances their well-being. From our Local Activity Guide and custom Travel Journal, to our Kids Club space and interactive programming, every aspect of Westin Family is designed to engage, and celebrate young travellers and their families.

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Wellness Heavenly Spa
An embodiment of our commitment to wellness, the Heavenly Spa located in its private garden allows you to immerse your mind and body and rejuvenate your spirit in a soothing sanctuary of tranquillity.
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Heavenly Spa by Westin™

Take a wellness journey while in Mauritius to revive the mind, body and soul at Heavenly Spa by Westin™. Treat yourself to a spa package and relax in the private garden before and after healing spa treatments which include massages, body wraps and more.

Main Pool


Main Pool

Mon-Sun: 6:30 AM-6:00 PM


Towels provided

Children's Pool

Whisper Zone (Adult only)

Mon-Sun: 6:00 AM-6:00 PM


Towels provided

Spa Etiquette

Advance bookings are highly recommended to ensure preferred times are available, particularly if you choose to enjoy multiple treatments during your visit. The spa provides walk-in bookings based on availability.

Heavenly Spa

Advance bookings are highly recommended to ensure preferred times are available, particularly if you choose to enjoy multiple treatments during your visit. The spa provides walk-in bookings based on availability.

As a courtesy to other guests and to ensure you enjoy a full treatment, we ask that you arrive at the spa 30 minutes to an hour before your scheduled appointment time. If a late arrival is unavoidable, please call to notify the spa receptionist as soon as possible - we will still be able to offer you a shortened service that finishes at the designated end-time in order to accommodate the next guest.

Should you need to cancel or reschedule your spa treatment we require a minimum of four (4) hours' notice to avoid being charged 50% for cancellation, and 100% of your treatment time for no show.

We invite you to advise us of any special preferences, concerns or focus areas when making your reservation in order to make the most of your experience.

Please make us aware, at time of booking, of anything in your medical history or any health concerns that could affect your time with us, or if you are pregnant. Our reservations team will be happy to offer guidance on which treatments would be most beneficial or should be avoided depending on your specific needs.

With our prime focus being the comfort of all our guests, we kindly request that all guests respect our cultural norms and adhere to spa etiquette during their time with us. Both ladies and gentlemen are reminded that they are strictly prohibited from entering the areas reserved for the opposite sex.

We accept both cash and all major credit cards. Guests of the hotel may charge spa services to their hotel room.

Spa treatment services, fitness facilities and locker rooms are only available to guests over the age of 18. Children aged 16 and under must be accompanied by an adult.


A reflection of our commitment to wellness, the Heavenly Spa by Westin™ allows you to replenish your mind and body with a personal sensory experience.


We believe that much of the value of the spa experience comes not only from the facilities, treatments and products, but from having the time and space for silence, separation from technology and personal reflection and contemplation.


Throughout the spa experience, we try to touch our guests across seven senses: the five physical senses of sight, sound, touch, taste and scent, as well as the psychological senses of emotion and meaning.


The spa is a place to recover and rejuvenate and come out feeling renewed. We want you to leave the spa not only feeling better, but having a fresh outlook on life, with new insights and a sense of clarity about where you are going, what you wish to accomplish and what you value.


Designed to awaken the senses, our spa services and amenities are relaxing and rejuvenating, leaving you feeling fresh, energized and focused.


Our unique fitness programmes help to ensure that your regular fitness routine remains routine. From local running maps from RunWESTIN to gear lending, all of our wellness programming is designed to keep you active and energised when you travel.


With one of the most beautiful locations in the world, tennis enthusiasts will no doubt be inspired to play. The two lighted tennis courts, conveniently located at the entrance of the hotel.

The Tennis Court

Meet Our Trainer

Our Westin Workout trainer has been working in the health and fitness industry for many years. Combining his passion for exercise and applied physiological knowledge, He uses innovative and advanced training strategies to get you to where you want to be as fast as possible. You'll have an enjoyable and positive mindset workout at the Westin Fitness Centre working with the friendly yet focused and positive mindset of our Fitness Instructor.

Westin Workout® Fitness Studio

More Fitness Services

Trade in the treadmill for a RunWESTIN custom running map for self-guided jogs or walks. Or join our RunWESTIN programme for a guided run that will allow you to keep up you're training while seeing the sights of Mauritius. Both 5km and 10 km routes are available.

No matter what obstacles travel puts between you and your well-being, our signature wellness programs help you soar above it all. Here you can eat, sleep, move, feel, work and play well, transcending the rigors of travel while you’re on the road.

Stay well at Westin Hotels & Resorts, a place where together, we can rise.


Wind down naturally. Infused with relaxing oils of lavender and chamomile, our Sleep Well Lavender Balm bedside amenity eases tensions and soothes the senses. Rub on your temples or wrists at bedtime and drift into dreamland.


Whether you’re adjusting to a new time zone or recovering from your travels, restful sleep is the key to renewal.

At the heart of a revitalizing stay, a restful sleep is very invigoration. Our Westin Sleep Well Menu offerings are designed to promote rest and recovery.

Available 24 hours a day via In-Room Dining.

Menu items are packed with amino acids, vitamins and minerals for better sleep.

Westin Family Kids Club - playground

We’ve created a world of fun and laughter for children, hidden away in our beautiful tropical garden! Westin® Family is a hive of activities for kids aged 4 - 12, where they’ll find supervised fun in the form of traditional island storytelling, nature walks and so much more. Here, we ensure your children create their own unique and wonderful memories.

Westin Family Kids Club relax zone

Discover a world of fun for your kids at Westin® Family. The moment you arrive at The Westin Turtle Bay Resort & Spa Mauritius, we’ll greet your kids with complimentary amenities, namely the travel journal, a box of coloring pencils, and the local activity guide.

Kid Club - Kids Area

Sign up for family-friendly activities like campfire night, sand castle competitions and movie nights. Or enjoy a Parents’ Night Off so you can relax and reconnect with each other while the kids make new friends, play games or sing karaoke enjoying the fun of a family resort.

Watersports Center

Relax on the soft, sandy beaches of the Indian Ocean when you visit The Westin Turtle Bay Resort & Spa, Mauritius. Spend your days lounging by the crystal clear, turquoise waters, basking in the sun, sipping refreshing drinks and getting up only to dip your toes in the calmly lapping waves. Activate your sense of adventure at the Watersports Center with outdoor activities such as glass bottom boating, water skiing, sailing, pedal boating and more. Our beach resort sits on the natural marine park of Turtle Bay and provides unsurpassed snorkeling and scuba diving experiences.

The Turtle Garden

Diving in Mauritius

In Mauritius, it isn’t only the land that boasts extraordinary beauty, but under the water too! Beneath the surface of the clear, turquoise seas, there are an abundance of coral reefs, alive with colourful, tropical fish just waiting to be explored. Accessible to any level of diver, all you need is a reservation and to fill out a medical form (also parental consent for anyone under the age of 18) before taking to the water. We also offer day tours to further world-class diving and snorkelling sites. Just visit the resort’s Concierge Desk for more information and help booking tours, to rent equipment or to find other ways to experience the wonders of Mauritius’ nature.

Diving Information

The west coast of Mauritius is a region with a variety of interesting dive spots, with water temperatures ranging from 22° Celsius in winter (5mm wetsuit) to 28° Celsius in summer (3mm wetsuit). Average visibility: 20 to 25 meters. There is no typical "diving season". Beautiful conditions exist all year round but the visibility can, of course, be affected by waves, plankton, tides or rain.

Pointe Aux Biches (5 to 12m): A very attractive small reef with a big variety of soft and hard coral and an abundance of tropical fish. The ideal spot for beginners and for experienced divers interested in macro photography.

Holts Rock (21m): The dominant landscape feature of Holts Rock is the presence of huge basalt rock of volcanic origin some larger than an average-sized Mauritian house.

Stenopous Reef (28-38m): It is a very picturesque dive site containing many interesting features, such as tubastrea corals of more that 2m in height. There are large fan corals which decorate the walls of a drop off, and a wide variety of soft corals. Another interesting aspect of the dive is that, while it has a large number and a wide variety of tropical fish, many pelagic fish species can also be seen there because of the site's exposure to the deep waters of the open sea. Kingfish, wahoo, stingrays, white tip sharks and tuna are frequent visitors of the dive site.

Water Lilly and Emily (wrecks) (23-26m): These two barges where scuttled to make artificial reefs and lie about 30m from each other. The marine growth on the wrecks is moderate but a wide variety of fish can be seen. These include Moorish idols, powder blue surgeonfish, kingfish and shoals of fusiliers. A number of eels have also made their home in the different corners of the wreck.

Scorpion fish and stonefish can be seen on most of the dives. This Japanese trawler was purposely sunk in 1987 by the Mauritius Marine Conservation Society. The marine growth on the wreck is moderate. The real attraction of this dive lies firstly, in the spectacular sight of a ship lying, still virtually intact, on the floor.

Under direct supervision of an instructor, the participant can ''try out'' Scuba Diving. First in the pool, then in the sea the same day. It's fun, one discovers a new fascinating world and it's absolutely safe!

PADI Open Water Diver (Or CMAS*): After this entry level the candidate is qualified to dive anywhere in the world without supervision (International Certification). A safe and enjoyable course for the whole family!

PADI Advanced Open Water Diver (Or CMAS**): The candidate will develop skills which give him more confidence. He will also become acquainted with deep diving, navigation diving and eventually night diving, search and recovery, wreck diving etc. Prerequisites: PADI Open Water Diver or equivalent.

PADI Rescue Diver: This course teaches how to recognize diving problems, prevent accidents and handle diving emergencies if they occur. Prerequisites: PADI Advanced or equivalent and Medic First Aid.

PADI Divemaster (Or CMAS***): This course was designed to teach how to supervise divers in training and how to organize and conduct diving activities. The PADI Dive master course introduces to a professional level of diving. Prerequisites: PADI Rescue or equivalent.

Our equipment meets international standard requirements:

Bottle: 12 liter steel, DIN or INT on demand, 200 bar, tested regularly

Wet suit: 5mm neoprene

Regulator: fitted with additional second stage

Pressure gauge

Depth gauge

BCD jacket with inflator



Fins: closed

Weight belt: with 1kg weights

Torch: on night dives

Compressors: All compressors from BAUER Germany, 220 bar.

Island Activities

Mauritius is about 2,000 kilometres (1,200 mi) off the southeast coast of the African continent. The country's populace is composed of several ethnicities, mostly people are Indian, African, French, and Chinese descent. Most Mauritians are multilingual; English, French, Creole are used. Mauritius, a melting pot where past and present are smoothly blended together. Moreover, the island is surrounded by an amazing clear turquoise sea creating an oasis of peace and tranquility.

Wander Through Port Louis Market

Take a stroll through the daily Port Louis market for a real insight into the people, produce, and culture of Mauritius. Take time to absorb all the different sights and sounds, and experience the sweet scent of exotic fruits, herbs, spices, and street food.

Grand Baie

Grand Baie is the Mauritian center for sailing activities. Visitors can join a boat tour, a catamaran cruise, or even charter a private boat for a day here. Weather permitting, conditions are usually excellent for sailing around Mauritius or to visit some of the northern offshore islands.

National Botanical Garden

SSR Botanical Gardens are one of North Mauritius' most visited tourist attractions. Famed for their giant Victoria Amazonica Water Lilies whose gargantuan leaves expand as wide as three meters in diameter, once every 30 to 100 years!

Bagatelle Mall of Mauritius

Bagatelle Mall of Mauritius is the leading shopping and retail destination in Mauritius. Its dominant presence and comprehensive retail and leisure options attract diverse shoppers from all over the island. Bagatelle Mall of Mauritius merges the world's most desirable brands, shopping convenience, entertainment, and everyday leisure, all in a majestic setting. Bagatelle Mall of Mauritius hosts the widest selection of specialty stores in Mauritius - there are 150 shops - thus offering the most comprehensive and compelling.

Walk Around Ganga Talao

Considered by many to be the most sacred Hindu place in Mauritius, Ganga Talao, otherwise known as Grand Bassin, is a secluded lake that lies within the crater of an extinct volcano about 550 meters above sea level. A popular spot for locals and tourists alike, the site is also home to a temple dedicated to Shiva and other Hindu gods.

Learn About the Island's Past

One of two World Heritage Sites in Mauritius, Aapravasi Ghat is the original immigration depot which saw more than half a million indentured laborers arrive between 1834 and the 1920s to work in the sugar plantations. Most Mauritians can trace their ancestry back to this site.

Discover Black River Gorges National Park

Much of the forested mountain range in the island's southwest corner belongs to the Black River Gorges National Park. This protected haven for endangered species of flora and fauna is full of hiking trails and viewpoints and is one of the best places in Mauritius to feel at one with nature. The deep green views across this remote volcanic landscape are spectacular.

The Westin Turtle Bay Resort & Spa, Mauritius