The architecture of the leisure hotel takes inspiration from the African and Asian heritage of inhabitants of the island. The endeavour is to harmonise the interiors and exteriors in that the guestrooms and public spaces seamlessly integrate with the exotic foliage, trees and flowers. The hotel offers Luxury Pavilions spread across 70 square metres, each with a terrace overlooking the gardens and the Indian Ocean. The hotel also offers Luxury Villas, with or without a private pool, spread over an area of 275 square meters and 325 square meters. Each Luxury Villa includes an open-air dining pavilion nestled in a lush garden. The en suite bathrooms feature separate shower stalls and sunken marble bathtubs that overlook private walled gardens. The hotel offers three restaurants that serve International, Indian and Mauritian cuisines, a bar, two swimming pools, an Oberoi Spa and Fitness Centre, conference facilities, one boutique and two floodlit tennis courts. The hotel also offers a range of water sports, including wind surfing, water skiing, snorkeling and sailing.