The Penthouse at St Antoine
Located off the eastern coast of Africa, Mauritius is a paradise island surrounded by the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. Situated in the Northeast part of the vibrant volcanic island, St Antoine is one of the typical little villages of that region, and is an exceptional spot on this idyllic little piece of tropical land! Charmingly rural and imprinted with authenticity, the rich and tropical plant life that surrounds the private residence of Saint Antoine is characteristic of the area.
It is here, nestled between land and sea, facing a lagoon of an exceptional beauty which harbours two precious and heavenly islets, that your Penthouse desires to be the most beautiful expression of the Mauritian tropical way of life: the quintessence of life by the sea! On the horizon, where the azure skyline meets the ocean, lies the perfect playground. The waters of St. Antoine provide the perfect setting to really get active – with water skiing, stand-up paddle boarding, canoeing, kayaking through the mangroves, or diving and fishing – this is truly a watery paradise!
Only 10 minutes from the hub of Grand Bay, this St Antoine Penthouse is located in a peaceful setting with magnificent views of the northern islets while being close to everyday amenities and comfort, buzzing nightlife and fantastic array of nautical activities.
Distinguished by elegant, modern décor and stylish, comfortable spaces that connect harmoniously with the surrounding tropical natural environment and maritime atmosphere, this Penthouse enjoys one of the most spectacular coastal views in Mauritius. Through the large openings that lead onto private terraces, enjoy your own pool that overlooks the ocean and beach that is just out side the residence! Guests will be able to grill up some great food on the BBQ for delicious al fresco meals and enjoy mellow evenings on the terraces, while the kids splash around in the pool.
The architectural language of this Penthouse is that of a modern and clean aesthetic, with strong and simple forms, which follows a palette of neutral colors. The use of natural elements such as wood and stone emphasizes the beauty of the environment. Guests will will fall in love with the open-plan lounge and kitchen of this 4-bedroom Penthouse that has been designed to optimise comfort in a stylish venue.
With fine contemporary lines, each bedroom is contemporary and air-conditioned, and the master bedroom with a king-size bed is complete with a private ensuite. All the other 3 bedrooms boast a double bed and two of them provide guests with a further private decking area, as well as fitted with TV's.
Boasting security cameras outside the property, this Penthouse at St Antoine ensures greater security to its guests. This private residence incorporates an expansive clubhouse, resort-style swimming pool, and a Spa. In addition, a relaxation lounge, a kid’s club, a delicatessen and a bar enhance the guests’ exceptional stay in Mauritius. Easy access to the nearby jetty will provide unlimited entry to the ocean and all that it offers, and an uninhabited island nearby can be visited as one of these and guests can also enjoy kayak tours in the lagoon.
Guests will be able to explore this unique scenic setting and beauty spots thanks to the large array of nearby activities such as fishing, golf, hiking, shopping sailing, boating, museums, horse riding, kayaking, wildlife viewing, jet-skiing, mountain biking, windsurfing, health/beauty spa, paddleboarding, outlet shopping, waterskiing, surfing, scuba diving or snorkelling, water parks, water tubing, and a zoo!
Mauritius is the most developed of the Mascarene Islands, but with a bit of effort and resourcefulness you can escape the crowds and find your own patch. The smells, noises and bustle of the mercantile capital Port Louis, Africa’s wealthiest city, are never far away, while the busy garment markets in the Central Plateau towns of Quatre Bornes and Curepipe and Black River Gorges National Park's dramatic virgin forests give the lie to Mauritius being just another beach destination. But what beaches! From the stunning sand-rimmed lagoons and popular wide public beaches to the picturesque islands off the country’s coastline, there’s truly something for everyone here. Add to this the joys of Chinese, Indian, French and African cuisine, the rousing beat of séga music and the infectious party spirit of the locals, and you soon understand why Mauritius really is so many people’s idea of paradise on earth.
Private Residence with 1 level
4 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2691 square feet, 251 square meters
King, Full, Full, and Full
8 guests maximum
Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport
About 1 hour and 20 minute drive
This Penthouse offers stunning lagoon and pool views!
No Pets Allowed
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Activities of Interest
- Sunset Cruise - Take a luxury cruise across the tranquil waters of Turtle Bay aboard a catamaran. Admire the iconic view of the Port Louis skyline against its magnificent mountain backdrop enjoying a spectacular sunset over the horizon.
- Beach Yoga - Set on Turtle Beach and amid the soothing whispers of gentle waves, learn classic yoga postures while reconnecting spiritually, emotionally, and physically with your partner.
- Guided Bicycle Trip - Explore the surroundings of the resort during a leisurely bike trip. Cycle through the lovely coastal village of Petit Gamin.
- Underwater Scooter Adventure - Drive an underwater scooter and enjoy a 360 panoramic view of the amazing marine life of Mauritius.
- Mont Choisy Le Golf (35 minute drive) -
Places of Interest
- Place d'Armes (45 mins by car) - Visit Port Louis' most imposing boulevard, lined with royal palms and leads up to Government House, a beautiful French-colonial structure dating from 1738.
- Port Louis (50 mins by car) - Port Louis, the island's capital and largest city, can feel like a kaleidoscope of countries and cultures, with flashes of India, Africa, Europe, China and the Middle East making it a must place to visit
- National History Museum (50 mins by car) - Visit this museum containing early maps of the region, colonial art, model ships from Mauritian history, archive photographs, and a skeleton of the dodo and another disappeared species.
- Eureka (1 hour by car) - Visit this perfectly preserved Creole mansion was built in the 1830s and today it's a museum and veritable time machine providing incredible insight into the island's vibrant plantation past.
- La Vallée de Ferney (1 hour and 25 mins by car) - Visit this 400 year old forest, home to the Mauritius Kestrel (raptor) as well as a vast variety of flora and fauna.