One & Only Saint Geran
One&Only Le Saint Géran
East Coast, Mauritius
based on 7 nights
* Pricing is a guideline only and excludes special offers. Travel over peak periods (e.g. Christmas, New Year and other public holidays) can affect prices considerably, as can exchange rates, flight class and room type.
International economy flights and taxes subject to availability
based on 2 people sharing a Lagoon Room on a bed and breakfast basis, including private road transfers.
At a Glance
Nothing is too much trouble for your Beachside Butler, the ultimate relaxation and indulgence!
If your're looking to try something truly different, why don't you try some of the resorts island experiences like deep-sea fishing or a secret mangroves tour by kayak or paddle-board!
The hotels beautiful new interiors and iconic colonial-style architecture has helped One&Only Le Saint Geran maintain it's luxury status for over 40 years!
Indulge in head-to-toe pampering in the world-renowned spa, speak to the expert therapists for recommendations of bespoke treatments.
You won't have time to get bored here, the resort has extensive sports facilities with tennis courts, Henri Leconte 'padel tennis' courts and watersports including wakeboarding - something to keep everyone occupied all day!
With over a mile of white sand beaches to walk along and 60 acres of garden, guests will be immersed in the natural beauty of the hotel.
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Mauritius enjoys a typically tropical climate with year-round heat, although the southeast trade winds help it never to feel too muggy. The summer months are from December to April, when it can nevertheless be extremely humid, and the winter, such as it is, runs from May to November, and is cooler and drier.
The best months to visit Mauritius are May to early December. January and February, the peak cyclone months, are best avoided by water-sports enthusiasts and divers. Cyclones rarely hit Mauritius (although Rodrigues has suffered far more regularly than the mainland) but cyclones way out at sea can bring days of squally rain.
Coastal temperatures range between 25°C and 33°C in summer and between 18°C and 24°C in winter. On the plateau it will be some 5°C cooler. The highlands are also the wettest part of the island – it can rain here at any time of year, and even when it’s not raining the area can be cloaked in low-lying cloud. When the winds are at their strongest in July and August it can be blustery on the east coast, though the breeze brings welcome relief in summer.
Apart from the Christmas-New Year peak, Mauritius doesn’t really have high and low seasons. The situation is more dependent on outside factors (such as the French school holidays, which cause a big increase in demand and prices in August).
Call us on 020 3993 7307 to start planning your holiday to One&Only Le Saint Géran
One&Only Le Saint Géran is the most established and distinguished luxury hotel in Mauritius. Located on a private peninsula, it is a truly sophisticated and elegant hotel in a beautiful, natural setting and suitable for both families and couples.
The One&Only Le Saint Géran is set to re-define ultra luxury living in Mauritius with brand-new restaurants and revolutionary inside-out living spaces. Le Saint Géran is a beautifully designed luxury hotel on a peninsula on the east coast of Mauritius, with the Indian Ocean on one side and a sheltered lagoon with calm waters on the other. Well established for a number of years, the hotel combines easy luxury with attentive service.
The resort's 142 suites have been completely refurbished in 2017 with re-conceptualised room plans which seamlessly bring in the outdoor natural beauty with features including disappearing patio doors. Newly created 2 and 3 bedroom suites have also been introduced to offer increased living space for larger groups. The hotel has always prided itself on its cuisine and this legacy continues at the reinvented One&Only Le Saint Géran, with five dining options: PRIME, the hotel's celebrated steakhouse, Tapasake, a unique over-water venue serving a Spanish and Asian fusion cuisine, La Terrasse, the much loved, main buffet restaurant with remodelled al fresco dining pavilions, L'Artisan, a new bakery and coffee shop and La Pointe, the beachside, 'feet in sand' barbecue grill concept.
The resort has a host of activities both on land and in or on the water. The calm waters of the cove provide ideal conditions for kayaks, pedal boats, banana-boat and tube rides, as well as water-skiing; and the coral-sea lagoon on the ocean side offers exceptional snorkelling, windsurfing, Hobie Cat and Laser sailing, and small-game fishing. The vast white sand beach, beautiful flat water lagoon and challenging reef waves make the resort the a fine kitesurfing destination, there is a kite surfing school as well as a water ski and wake board academy, offering guests the chance to hone their skills or learn new ones.
For a more relaxed experience, visit the One&Only spa, partnered with the award-winning ESPA brand and offering a haven for luxurious treatments inspired by indigenous techniques. Alternatively, relax on the 2 kilometre beach and raise a flag for attentive beach butler service. There is also an excellent KidsOnly children's club and OneTribe teen zone with endless activities to keep the whole family entertained.
The resort has 142 rooms and suites and one villa, all featuring an enhanced outdoor space, with either a private terrace or first floor balcony facing either the ocean, beach or lagoon. The rooms have been completely redesigned in 2017 to bring the beautiful Mauritian landscapes indoors, using disappearing patio doors, continuous indoor/outdoor flooring and island-inspired colour palettes. Suites have the option to connect to create 2 and 3 bedroom spaces for larger groups and families, or for the ultimate in privacy and space, the remodelled Villa One offers direct beach access from its stunning patio which features a swimming pool and outdoor living and dining areas.
|Ocean Balcony Suite||
These 130m² Suites are located on the first floor with a spacious balcony giving views of the tropical gardens below and azure Indian Ocean beyond.
These 150m² Suites are located on the ground floor with a generous private wooden sun deck giving directly onto the sandy beach.
|Beach Front Balcony Suite||
These 130m² Suites are located on the first floor with a generous balcony offering unforgettable views of the powder white sandy beach and azure Indian Ocean waters.
|Beach Front Suite||
These 150m² Suites are located in a prime ground floor position on the beach front with direct access to the white sands from a spacious private deck.
|Two-Bedroom Ocean Suite||
This 215m² 2 bedroom ground floor suite offers two ensuite bathrooms with an airy living and dining room giving onto an expansive private deck surrounded by a lush garden and giving views onto the azure waters beyond.
|Two-Bedroom Beach Front Suite||
This 215m² 2 bedroom ground floor suite gives direct access to the white sandy beach from private furnished terraces. Inside they feature two ensuite bedrooms and an airy living and dining room.
|Three-Bedroom Beach Front Suite||
With 3 ensuite bedrooms and a large shared living space, these 280m² suites offer even more space for larger families or groups. With a huge private deck giving onto the white sandy beach, these suites offer the perfect beach front haven.
Opt for more space with this stunning, secluded, 2 bedroom villa which spans 622m² and features its own private pool on an expansive furnished patio with comfortable seating and dining areas, direct beach access and can be fully staffed.
Le Saint Géran boasts excellent facilities for children of all ages, KidsOnly is a fully supervised club for children aged 3-11 years. The complimentary club offers a range of daily supervised programmes and age-appropriate activities 10am to 10pm. These are adapted to all age groups including teenagers with a focus on education, nature, sports, arts and crafts. There is a games and arts and crafts area and a computer and movie room featuring four slim Apple iMacs. The gym and the spa both offer junior treatments and activities. The resort also offers a complimentary laundry service for children under the age of 2 years.
Children under 3 years old must always be accompanied by an adult. Babysitters are available at a nominal charge.
One&Only Le Saint Géran has partnered with Annabel Karmel, the UK’s best-selling author on feeding babies and children, to create an exclusive menu offering tasty and nutritious meals for its young guests. This comes as part of the resort’s wider initiative, The Youth Fitness Programme, designed to help parents and their children develop a healthy foundation of exercise and nutrition on holiday in a fun and stimulating environment. With tempting dishes from 'yummy hidden vegetable bolognese' to 'south of the border chicken fajitas' on the menu, there’s no excuse not to tuck in.
Menu theme: Traditional classics as well as more unusual dishes, with a focus on purity, quality and freshness
Main: Yummy chicken soup with Alphabet pasta, Oriental BENTO including Shrimp dim sum, creamy Chocolate goldfish cupcake, Pineapple-Watermelon skewer.
Desserts: Dodo’s Lychee and berries frozen yoghurt, Painter’s fruit palette with colourful dips, Charlie’s chocolate brownie, Cooler than cool Watermelon or Mango iced lollies.
A 30 minute KidsOnly complimentary group tennis class is offered on Mondays
|Summer gardening programme||
Dressed as mini-gardeners and equipped with watering cans, children aged 3-11 can explore and discover local flora through the Summer in the Garden programme. With instruction from the resident gardener and under supervision of the KidsOnly Coordinator, children are invited to indulge in an afternoon of gardening and discovery at the resort’s Kids Only herb garden.
All guests will have the attentive yet discreet services of a personal butler, and a twice daily maid service. A babysitting service is available and individually tailored fitness programmes, combine exercise with nutritional advice, stress management and relaxation techniques. The resort's tennis pro is also available for individual coaching. The One&Only Le Saint Géran offers additional personal services such as luggage packing/unpacking, and a complimentary meal for guests departing on evening flights. There is WiFi access throughout the resort.
Guests at Le Saint Géran are truly spoilt with a mouth watering selection of restaurants, serving cuisine with local and international influences. Special diets can be catered for, as well as private dining. Food is complemented by an expansive selection of exquisite wines from around the world.
The facilities on offer at Le Saint Géran are superb and include Club One, the hub for all things active and home to the KidsOnly children's club, OneTribe teen zone, fitness centre, three floodlit tennis courts, two Henri Leconte padel tennis courts, mini golf, football playground, spinning room and a multi-use activities room for zumba, meditation and more.
The serene spa is nestled within a jungle of palm and coconut tress overlooking a reflecting pool with ocean views. Acclaimed internationally as a rejuvenating destination spa, One&Only are partnered with ESPA to create a centre of pampering excellence and wellbeing. A serene sanctuary with its own private lap pool, the spa offers a holistic approach – complete treatment together with a personalised sports programme and nutritional analysis. The spa also offers the services of three exclusive partnerships: Mani: Pedi: Cure by Bastien Gonzalez, facial treatments by Biologique Recherche and the wellbeing principles of Harmonia by Francesc Miralles.
PRIME steakhouse serves the finest Australian Angus Wagyu beef, fresh seafood and organic local produce. The restaurant features open food preparation stations and a 'water courtyard' seating area.
Tapasake sits over the crystal clear lagoon waters of the Indian Ocean and offers a unique concept - a fusion of Spanish tapas style dishes and Asian flavours.
La Terrasse is the hotel's main restaurant and surrounds the pool overlooking the Indian Ocean, with al fresco dining pavilions sitting atop stunning water features. Serving a range of local and international specialties, dishes are cooked before your eyes in open cooking stations.
Light bites are available from L'Artisan, an artisanal bakery and coffee shop serving up salads and sandwiches alongside fresh pastries and cakes.
Guests will not go hungry on the beach with the catch of the day sizzling on the grill to be enjoyed with feet in the sand and a cool local beer in hand, whilst the central area surrounding the adult only pool is the ideal place to relax and enjoy refreshments by day and becomes an open-air entertainment venue by night, with live music to dance to.
Guests can enjoy an enormous choice of activities offered by Le Saint Géran. The extensive water sports include laser sailing, Hobie Cats, kayaking, water skiing, glass-bottom & snorkelling boat trips, kite surfing, wakeboarding, fishing, scuba diving, parasailing and speedboat rides.
The extensive sports facilities such as the golf course, three floodlit tennis courts, two Henri Leconte 'padel tennis' courts, bikes for cross country rides, beach volleyball, badminton, and gym mean that you can be constantly active during your stay at Le Saint Géran. Enthusiastic and highly trained staff attend to the specific interests of each guest and will tailor activities that suit. Through the hotel, it is also possible to organise day-excursions such as hiking trails, a visit to the botanical gardens, and trips to Port Louis.
On an island regarded for its fabulous waterfalls, coastline, flora and fauna, guests may discover nature reserves, reefs for snorkeling, hiking trails, and the Botanical Gardens in Pamplemousses, known for its collection of indigenous and exotic plants, including the giant water lilies and the talipot palm, which is meant to flower every sixty years and then die.
Port Louis, capital city of Mauritius, bustles with shopping at the vibrant Caudan waterfront and the colourful market fragrant with the scent of exotic spices.
Complimentary water sports abound at One&Only Le Saint Géran, with the calm waters of the cove providing ideal conditions for kayaks, pedal boats, as well as complimentary water-skiing and the coral-sea lagoon on the ocean side offering exceptional snorkeling, windsurfing, Hobie Cats and mono-hull lasers.
Mauritius is a paradise for water-lovers, and guests may choose to perfect their skills – or simply learn a new sport – at The John Battleday Water-ski and Wakeboard Academy (JBWA) or VIP Kite & Stand Up Paddle (SUP) School, both offering novice to advanced instruction for a fee. The vast white sand beach, beautiful flat water lagoon and challenging reef waves make the resort the finest kite surfing destination on the island.
All watersports are complimentary, with the exception of kite surfing, JBWA instruction, fishing, parasailing adventures and banana boat, tube and speedboat rides, which are available for a nominal price.
Heather May (Staff)
Am I allowed to have favourites? Because One&Only Le Saint Geran would be it! Every box gets ticked with this resort from exceptional service, a brilliant beach and stunning design. The resort also has a wonderful buzz both during the day with families/friends enjoying all the resort has to offer and during the night with live music each evening, making every moment of your holiday something to remember. Top tip? If guests are looking for more peace and quiet, request a room away from the main area. Music can be quite loud.
The recent refurbishment of the hotel is cleverly done, bringing all the surrounding outside elements inside with a bright and fresh beach feel and all the comforts you could wish for. When can I go back?
Hannah Fullagar (Staff)
Having been fortunate enough to experience a good variety of luxury hotels it gets easy to be fussy and critical on what are often only minor issues, however Ive been trying to find a fault in One&Only Le Saint Geran and have failed miserably! Their recent refurbishment was clearly worth every penny as the resort is looking glorious. Everything throughout the resort is wonderfully tasteful; its the epitome of luxury with everything feeling light, bright, and just a little bit glitzy. The service was attentive but not intrusive, and everything just seemed to be ticking along without a hitch. Its so family friendly with a great kids club and a good awareness of family requirements throughout the hotel, but also makes the ideal honeymoon destination. In general, its just a fantastic all rounder a little blissful haven of luxury that I was far from ready to leave!
Jack Mace (Staff)
The original luxury 5* hotel on the Island, Le Saint Geran still holds every bit of its charm and it's easy to see why it is still one of the most popular getaways in Mauritius. I loved the way you feel as you are surrounded by nature whilst in the hotel, a river running through one of the wings epitomises this and you feel as though you are in a tropical paradise. The 1.5km stretch of beach for me was definitely one of the best I had seen in Mauritius and looked immaculate. What also really warmed to me about Le Saint Geran was the real buzz to the place without ever feeling crowded - a definite favourite!
Ana Albiol (Staff)
The oldies are the goodies and this is so true with Le Saint Gran. Celebrating her 40th birthday this year, this timeless classic is set on one of the islands loveliest beaches. Every time I have visited there has always been an incredible atmosphere and the resorts resident band the Famous Nine are there most evenings ensuring that the atmosphere is enjoyed by all. The classically styled suites are spacious and all have views of the water. Food and service are impeccable and I would not hesitate to recommend this property to those seeking a touch of class with a warm and friendly atmosphere.
Louisa Currey (Staff)
This property is well established on the East Coast of Mauritius and set within 60 acres on a peninsula with 1.5km of sandy beach. The accommodation is in an older style, with traditional wicker furniture in the rooms. There are plenty of activities on offer at the fantastic water sports centre from water-skiing, see through kayaking and sailing. The excellent kids club, large main pool, sandy beach and child friendly accommodation makes this brilliant for families.
Alice Moseley (Staff)
Set within 60 acres of land in the north west of the island, boasting some amazing sunsets during the evening, and for those early risers equally fantastic sunrises. The hotel has 1.5km of sandy beach to enjoy. The hotel is traditional in style but fantastic service like any other One and Only hotel. Plenty of restaurants to choose from, a great kids club with sea views and just around the corner from the water sports centre with endless activities; clear bottom kayaks, sailing, waterskiing and cycling on water!
Katie May (Staff)
I loved Le Saint Gran. The rooms are a little on the traditional side for my personal taste, but with their ongoing policy of refreshing the rooms every 100 days, they are still impeccably turned out, and with all the mod-cons and amenities you would expect from a hotel of this standard. Although I didn't get the chance to dine there, the selection on offer is fabulous. Heading up their Basoi Restaurant, is the first Indian Chef to be awarded a Michelin star. Children will enjoy their children's club and Nipper swimming lessons, and adults will appreciate the impeccable service, meaning that you truly can relax on your holiday.
Lydia Achard (Staff)
This Mauritian retreat doesn't shout about its credentials - despite having an astonishing number of them. From the moment you drive through the elaborate gates you will be offered a truly One&Only experience. The accommodation is marvellously simple here offering just junior and ocean suites and an almighty villa, which is simply designed to impress. The suites are elegantly colonial in style offering mahogany furniture, marble bathrooms and crisp cotton bed sheets. The majority of the rooms look over the main pool, which is made up of an intricate maze of walkways and bridges and onwards to the beach. The beach I may add is quite breathtaking here and a perfect place to showcase your new Missoni bikini. If you are foodie you will be spoilt for choice as the hotel offers a collection of incredible dining experiences. For me, my culinary highlight was enjoying a waterside table at Indian Restaurant, Rasoi by Vineet, surrounded by beautiful white swans... it was the perfect ending to my stay here where everyone, swans included, seemed absolutely committed to offering a unique and blissfully seamless experience.
Adrenaline Activities at Domaine de l'Etoile
A former sugar domain, the Domaine de l'Etoile is a beautiful and captivating natural park in eastern Mauritius with a range of exciting activities for children and adults from gentle horse rides to adrenaline fuelled quad biking and ziplining.
One for art lovers and an excellent way to learn about Mauritian art culture. The art tour begins with a private audience with an artist and collector in Port Louis followed by lunch in a French colonial mansion open exclusively for One&Only guests.
Browsing the Market in Quatre-Bornes
Take a trip to the town of Quatre-Bornes, located near the west coast of Mauritius, and engage in bartering at the Quatre-Bornes market. This market town is abundant with local and traditional crafts, offering an experience that not to be missed.
Bubble Lodge Night Under the Stars
Experience a different side of Mauritius with a overnight stay in a Bubble Lodge on the Ile Aux Cerfs, a unique, transparent dome comfortably furnished for a perfect night of luxury under the stars.
Deep Sea Fishing off Mauritius
Deep sea fishing is a year-round activity off the coast of Mauritius, although the peak season for marlin runs from October to April. Besides this most famous sport fish, anglers also catch tuna, wahoo, sailfish, bonito and shark.
Diving in Mauritius
Located in the Indian Ocean, Mauritius provides warm, clear waters, making both snorkelling and scuba diving very popular. From family diving, to reef or wreck diving, it is possible to dive here at all levels of experience.
Enjoy the Nightlife in Grand Baie
Venture to the northern town of Grand Baie in Mauritius, to taste local rums and relax in its comfortable bars. Grand Baie offers lots of intimate bars and restaurants and is an interesting alternative to the capital, Port Louis.
Golfing in Mauritius
Golfing in Mauritius is popular, with seven luxury golf courses. Mauritius guarantees a five star golfing experience whether you choose the challenging course at Ile Aux Cerfs or perfect your technique at The Links course at Constance Belle Mare Plage.
Helicopter Tours of Mauritius
Discover the breathtaking scenery of Mauritius from the air as you take to the skies with a helicopter sightseeing tour. Enjoy the exhilarating ride and take in the incredible views in this unforgettable experience.
Island Escape to Ile Aux Cerfs
Embark on a peaceful sailing to Ile Aux Cerfs and revive your senses whilst taking in the glorious sun and appreciating the beautiful surroundings of the tropical forests.
Learn to Kitesurf in Mauritius
Mauritius is one of the best locations in the world to learn to kitesurf. Large expanses of uncrowded, warm, shallow water, world class instruction and the latest equipment, it is a tough act to follow when looking for somewhere to learn to kitesurf.
Mauritius Exotic Insights
Discover the local sights and sounds of Mauritius on this scenic tour to some of the island's most interesting and breathtaking attractions, combining nature and gastronomy for an unforgettable day out.
Natural Wonders of Chamarel
The unique mountainous scenery in Chamarel, southern Mauritius, offers something totally different to the white sands and blue waters that Mauritius is well-known for.
Spend the morning fishing and snorkelling on a big game fishing boat, then return to a relaxing spa treatment followed by a sunset bonfire on the beach where you will enjoy your freshly grilled catch.
Witness a breathtaking bird's eye view of the turquoise lagoons and rugged sandy beaches of Mauritius with an exciting parasailing adventure across the water.
Port Louis Food Market
Located in the northern part of Mauritius, the capital Port Louis contains an extensive, bustling open-air food market. Spend an hour or two strolling through the busy market and experience this lively food shopping experience.
Shop, Cook and Eat
A fantastically immersive culinary experience where you shop for and cook your lunch under the guidance of the expert chef from One&Only Le Saint Geran.
Swimming with Dolphins in Mauritius
Being able to swim with dolphins and get up close to these magnificent creatures is a big bucket list experience.
Tour of the Rhumerie de Chamarel
Enjoy a visit to the Rhumerie de Chamarel for a tour of the rum distillery either in a group or privately, followed by lunch at the popular restaurant, L'Alchemiste.
Ultralight Flight in Mauritius
Experience the breathtaking beauty of Mauritius with a bird's eye view over the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean and white beaches in an ultra light aircraft in the safe hands of your own pilot.
The lagoons of Mauritius are home to some of the most beautiful fish, fauna and coral that the Indian Ocean has to offer. Experience the thrill of walking amongst them in your own glass helmet whilst accompanied by a local guide.
Visit the Pamplemousses Botanical Gardens
The collection of tropical plants in the Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Gardens is situated in northern Mauritius. A perfect way to spend the afternoon, wander through stunning exotic scenery, and witness the beautiful giant water lilies.
Wild South of Mauritius
Discover some of the most spectacular sights of Mauritius on this full day scenic tour incorporating the very best nature, culture and gastronomy the island has to offer.
Location & directions
East Coast, Mauritius
The One&Only Le Saint Géran is located on a peninsular on the east coast of Mauritius. The One&Only Le Saint Géran is a 1-hour drive to the airport. The east coast of Mauritius is dotted with several lagoons and cove-beaches ensuring shelter from the cool southeast trade winds, as well as the stunning long stretch of beach named Belle Mare. Mauritius is located in the Indian Ocean, it is situated off the southeast coast of the African continent, and is 900km east of Madagascar.
How to get there
The airport is located in the south of Mauritius, and the main method of transport is by taxi or private car when on the island. The east coast is approximately a 25km drive from the airport. The One&Only Le Saint Géran a 1 hour drive from the airport.
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