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Le Saint Géran occupies its own private peninsula surrounded by coconut groves, white sand beaches and vibrant coral reefs. Re-opened for 2018 with a new level of luxury and sophistication this is sure to be a firm favourite in Mauritius.
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The varying selection of rooms, suites, family suites, and a villa are all light and airy with elegant contemporary décor. Since all but one room category enjoy Indian Ocean or beach front views there is a strong sense of place within the hotel, and balconies and terraces also encourage guests to enjoy being outside. All the mod cons are present and correct, including giant showers, multimedia entertainment systems, iPod docking station and Wi-Fi, and all guests can make the most of the 24-hour butler service.
Celebrity chef Marc de Passorio oversees the resort's innovative and stylish restaurants. Choose from PRIME grill, serving only the finest cuts of meat, fresh seafood and organic produce; La Terrasse, which offers an eclectic buffet of local and international specialties by the pool; Tapasake, a pan Asian inspired open kitchen restaurant next to the lagoon; or La Pointe, the new and relaxed beachfront seafood spot. There is also L'Artisan, an artisanal bakery and coffee shop for light snacks and caffeine fixes.
The sheltered lagoon surrounding the hotel provides calm waters for an array of complimentary water sports such as unlimited water-skiing, paddle boarding, kayaking, snorkelling, and more. There is also a PADI accredited Dive School on site for those who can't get enough of the water. Also offered complimentary are synthetic grass tennis courts, a mini golf course and access to a dynamic KidsOnly Club for children aged between 3 to 11 years, where daily supervised activity programmes focus on discovery, education, local culture, nature, sports, arts and crafts. Finally, the One&Only Spa is an idyllic sanctuary for quiet pampering and even has its own private lap pool.
Why we love it
The hotel is named after the famous Le Saint Géran shipwreck, located just off the peninsula and best explored from underwater on a scuba dive.