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One&Only Le Saint Géran

Recently undergone a huge refurbishment now re-defining luxury on the island having reopened in December 2017.

Nestled on a private peninsula, this is the ultimate tropical playground.

Home to the exciting new 'Club One' - a hub for all things active.

Facilities at One&Only Le Saint Géran

Air Conditioning
Babysitting
Bar
Beach
Boating
Boutique Shop
Fans
Golf
Gym
Kids Club
Mokoros
Restaurant
Safe
Spa
Swimming Pool
Tennis
Watersports
WiFi

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The hotel has 142 guest suites and one villa, spaced out around tropical gardens ensuring that guests have all the privacy they need. All the rooms have been completely refurbished to emphasise the 'indoor/outdoor' feel of the hotel with disappearing patio doors and island inspired colour palettes to complement the beauty outside. Each of the suites is either ocean or lagoon-facing and has it’s own balcony or terrace. There are also newly created two and three bedroom suites with interconnecting options to provide the perfect set-up for families or large groups travelling together. There is also 'Villa One', a secluded two-bedroom villa with it's own private pool and direct access to the beach that has it's own staff from butlers to private chefs to ensure unrivaled privacy and exclusivity.

A spectacular new swimming pool has now been installed at Palm Grove, the dedicated family-friendly spot on the island. This brings the total of pools across the resort to three, ensuring that families, couples and spa visitors each have their own spaces to enjoy in the right atmosphere. Also new to the resort since the renovations is Le Carré, a beautiful and casual lounge in which to relax with a grand terrace overlooking the pool and sea, the perfect place to take in all that's going on at the resort from above and, being home to the hotel's concierge, also a great place to settle in and plan some activities and excursions either in the resort or beyond.

When it comes to dining at One&Only Le Saint Géran guests really are spoilt for choice. The renowned steakhouse 'Prime' has undergone a jaw-dropping transformation and now has a magic alfresco dining courtyard and trendy new design on the interiors. 'Tapasake' is the hotel's exciting Pan Asian fusion restaurant housed in a traditional thatched Mauritian structure on stilts over the edge of the lagoon. La Terrasse is open daily for breakfast and dinner and celebrates the island's multi-cultural roots as well as offering the classic international favorites. The newly configured dining pavilions here are open-air, sitting atop sparkling water features and offering beautiful sea-view meals under the stars. Another wonderful addition to the resort is L'Artisan, the specialist coffee shop and artisanal bakery where guests can pop in for some sweet treats or just to enjoy the local café atmosphere. Finally of course no island resort would be complete without a restaurant specialising in fresh seafood and this can be enjoyed at the new restaurant, La Pointe, offering relaxed beachfront dining with grilled daily catches and casual Mauritian barbecue. 

'Club One' is the exciting new centre for all things active. Set on the north of the peninsula, Club One is home to state-of-the-art indoor and outdoor fitness areas, with specific spaces for spinning, Zumba, yoga and other favourites, as well as a host of other popular sporting activities, such as the floodlit tennis courts, a volleyball court, mini golf, and Mauritius' first ever Henry Leconte Padel Courts. Club One also has it's one juice and snack bar for those energizing tit-bits before or after exercising. You can also find here the KidsOnly base and One Tribe, which offer the younger guests a wide range of tailored activities for children and teenagers, including spots, movie nights and DJ parties. For the water based fun guests can head down to the revitalised Pavilion Boat House, where you can find all the classic past-times such as kite-surfing, wind-surfing, sailing, jet skiing and fishing and stand-up paddleboarding to name a few. 

For those more after relaxation than activities there is the renowned ESPA spa, offering unique treatments that combine the wisdom from traditional holistic therapies with the richness of pure natural ingredients. Beauty treatments for your hair and manicures and pedicures are also on offer here.

The legendary Le Saint Géran is set on a private peninsula between a lagoon and the Indian Ocean on the East coast of Mauritius. A while away from the Mauritian towns this is the perfect spot for anyone wanting to relax and have everything they need right at the resort. Th4e peninsula means guests have the benefit for two beautiful coastlines, the western one providing beautiful views of the vast Indian Ocean, fringed by countless swaying palms, and the East offering views of sugarcane covered mountains and a peaceful lagoon.

Le Saint Géran is one of the most established hotels on the island and many of the staff have been there since opening. As such service tends to be absolutely impeccable and guests are made to feel incredibly welcome and at home. If you are travelling as a family there is an excellent kids club to keep youngsters busy morning until night, and if you’re on a romantic break then enjoy some of the magical moments the hotel can provide, such as a private candlelit dinner on the house boat deck.

One of the most established properties on the island, having opened over 40 years ago. One&Only Le Saint Géran not only offers unrivalled service but now, after a huge refurbishment, also offers the height of luxury with gleaming new interiors and all that guests have loved about the hotel has been enhanced a thousandfold.

The resort is approximately a one hour drive from the airport and road transfers can be organised or air transfers in the resort's helicopter.

Mauritius benefits from a warm, summery climate all year round.

- Spring/Summer is from September to February with an average temperature of 33 degrees Celsius.

- Autumn/Winter is from March to August with an average temperature of 31 degrees Celcius.

Diving
Golf
Tennis
Sailing
Waterskiing
Mini Golf
Volleyball
Stand Up Paddleboarding
Kayaking
Snorekelling
Kite Surfing
Boat Excursions
Island Excursions
Fishing
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