This luxurious, sophisticated and exclusive-all suite resort, often referred to as the ‘Grande Dame of Maurities’, is a legend in itself. It’s named after the ship Le St Géran, which sank off the coast giving rise to the legend of Paul and Virginie, Mauritius’s answer to Romeo and Juliet. This truly beautiful resort is amongst the top hotels of the world.
One & Only Le Saint Geran offers some of the world’s finest and most innovative cuisine. It also offers a high level of personalised service, including 24-hour butler service. Rasoi is a waterside restaurant offering modern Indian cuisine by Micheln-star chef Vineet Bhatia. Celebrity chefs, Michelin chefs, this resort is for gourmand’s. Mauritius’ first steakhouse -The new PRIME Contemporary grill – has given dining a hip, modern vibe. The hub of the hotel is its sprawling alfresco main restaurant, La Terrace, reached by the sea breeze with live music under a Mauritian-style thatched roof. Its beach menu is one of the island’s most extensive, ranging from bento boxes to homemade burgers.
The One&Only Spa is a privileged place for relaxation of mind and body. Once a bastion of coupledom, Le Saint Géran is now a leading family hotel with interconnecting junior suites, one of the island’s best kids’ clubs, a youth fitness programme and junior spa and menu designed by child food guru Annabel Karmel.
Recipient of the world Travel Awards 2012, this destination is your must-visit holiday retreat. Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport is 55 kilometres away.
Having second thoughts about not making this your holiday getaway this summer? I dont think you would!