This tranquil, tropical island escape offers laidback luxury and world-class service
Key selling points for agents:
- Transfers can be arranged by private chauffeur or helicopter
- Every room and suite features enhanced outdoor space
- Guests in suites enjoy personalised 24-hours butler service
- Interconnecting two- and three-bedroom suites accommodate larger groups
- Guests can choose from five bars and restaurants, including plant-based options by one of the world’s best vegan chefs
- The wellness offering is vast, with multiple fitness facilities, water sports, a yoga pavilion and spa treatments by ESPA and Biologique Recherche
Villa One’s private beach
Set in a private peninsula between a sheltered lagoon and the Indian Ocean, One&Only Le Saint Géran welcomes guests to a Mauritian paradise of laidback luxury. Surrounded by coral reefs and clear waters, this tropical island escape is an hour’s drive from Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport (MRU).
One&Only Le Saint Géran comprises 142 rooms and suites that bring the outside in with disappearing patio doors, continuous indoor-to-outdoor flooring and island-inspired colour palettes inspired by the surrounding natural beauty. The marble-clad bathrooms feature cascading showers, separate baths and cleverly designed dressing spaces with a dedicated hair and make-up station.
Every room and suite has an outdoor seating area furnished with elegant yet comfortable loungers facing stunning ocean, beach or lagoon views
To accommodate large groups, the two- and three-bedroom suites can be interconnected and offer personalised 24-hour butler service, while Villa One, the resort’s secluded two-bedroom villa with private pool and direct access to the beach, has it’s own a dedicated team of staff, including butlers and chefs.
Lagoon Room King Interior
Food and Drink
The resort’s bounty ranges from the simplicity of freshly baked artisanal bread to beachside experiential dining and everything in between.
The resort’s steakhouse, Prime, serves Australian Angus Wagyu beef, fresh seafood and local produce, incorporating open food preparation stations, impressive wine displays and a ‘water courtyard’ seating area.
Overlooking the lagoon, Tapasake offers over-water seating and a menu that blends the concept of Spanish tapas with pan Asian flavours. At the property’s main restaurant, La Terrasse, chefs prepare a wide range of local and international specialities for guests seating in al fresco dining pavilions overlooking water features.
For a greener diet, guests can head to L’Artisan, one of the most renowned restaurants for vegan dining in Mauritius. Chef Matthew Kenney’s plant-based concept focuses on seasonal, locally sourced and sustainable vegetable dishes.
Exuding a luxuriously laidback ‘feet in sand’ atmosphere, La Pointe, at the hotel’s Palm Grove, features the daily catch grilled over crackling firewood.
Bespoke private dining experiences can also be arranged for guests waiting to mark a special occasion under the Mauritian sky
Guests can take relaxation a step further at the One&Only Spa nestled in lush tropical vegetation. Partnereing with the award-winning ESPA brand, the spa offers deeply effective treatments inspired by indigenous techniques.
The resort is also home to a yoga pavilion and three pools, allowing families, couples and spa visitors to enjoy their own dedicated space.
Spa treatment room
Club One is the hub for all things active with a state-of-the- art fitness centre, two padel courts, three floodlit tennis courts, mini golf, a spinning room and Zumba. It’s also home to the KidsOnly Club and One Tribe for teen guests.
Set on the lagoon, the Boathouse provides a wide variety of complimentary water sports including water-skiing, kayaks, snorkelling, windsurfing, water bikes, glass-bottom boat trips and paddle-boarding.
With almost 2km of coastline and a tranquil lagoon, guests have plenty of places to get their feet wet. For off-site activities, the resort has partnered with trusted local operators to create unforgettable experiences that include skydiving, hiking and quad biking through sugar cane fields.
For more information, visit www.oneandonlyresorts.com/le-saint-geran