Grand Baie
from S$ 432
per night

Villa Elegance

6 pers. max. 3 bedrooms 5 staff
Calodyne
from S$ 217
per night

Villa Matibi

2 pers. max. 1 bedroom
10/10
1 Customer reviews
Grand Baie
from S$ 417
per night

Villa Frenesie 1

6 pers. max. 3 bedrooms 2 staff
10/10
1 Customer reviews
Roches Noires
from S$ 472
per night

L'Ilot

8 pers. max. 4 bedrooms 3 staff
10/10
3 Customer reviews
Grand Baie
from S$ 245
per night

Villa Frenesie 2

4 pers. max. 2 bedrooms 1 staff
9.8/10
2 Customer reviews
Black River
from S$ 495
per night

Marguery Villa Superior

6 pers. max. 3 bedrooms 1 staff
Grand Baie
from S$ 313
per night

Oasis Villa 1

2 pers. max. 1 bedroom
Grand Baie
from S$ 384
per night

Astrolabe Villa 1

2 pers. max. 1 bedroom
Grand Baie
from S$ 241
per night

Athena Villa 1

2 pers. max. 1 bedroom 2 staff
Pointe aux Canonniers
from S$ 804
per night

Villa La Maison Coloniale

8 pers. max. 4 bedrooms 3 staff
Calodyne
from S$ 260
per night

Villa Baladirou

6 pers. max. 3 bedrooms 1 staff
Trou aux Biches
from S$ 249
per night

Bel Azur Villa

6 pers. max. 3 bedrooms 1 staff
Cap Malheureux
from S$ 222
per night

1-bedroom Mauritius villas for rent

Cosy and inviting, your one bedroom villa in Mauritius feels like home away from home. A sun-dappled garden features a sparkling pool, loungers and lush greenery - all the essentials of a tropical vacation. Step in, and you’ll find bright, airy living spaces decorated with contemporary furnishings and outfitted with modern amenities. Service is impeccable across our properties, so all you’ll have all your travel needs taken care of without lifting a single finger.

Mauritius is a destination that lends itself to day trips; most attractions are located within driving distance, so villa vacationers typically stay in a single location, using it as a base to explore the island.

The island is known for its postcard-perfect coasts, and you’ll find some of the best beaches located along its eastern coast. The hotspot in town is Belle Mare beach; its pristine white sand shores and turquoise waters draw in an endless stream of sun seekers.

Away from the beach are nature attractions, historical and cultural attractions and fascinating tours. In the east lies the Bras d’Eau national park; its scenic grounds and diverse flora and fauna make for a great nature hike. Eureka, located in central region is a must-see for history buffs. Once a Creole mansion, it is now a beautifully preserved museum that offers insight into Mauritius’ plantation past. Follow the Route du Thé, or tea tour to discover the intriguing processes behind the island’s specialties and explore key historical buildings.