One&Only Le Saint Géran, the idyllic and legendary resort on the north-eastern coast of Mauritius has announced its plans for an exciting rebirth.
The resort will close in February 2017 for an extensive renovation, and will re-emerge in late 2017, retaining what guests have always loved – a sense of exclusive privacy on its own private peninsula, with a beachfront and calm lagoon unlike any other resort in Mauritius.
Brand new guest rooms and suites will be introduced as well as new culinary experiences, two new pool experiences plus new fitness and spa offerings for guests to discover.
The resort will retain the incredible service that is a hallmark of One&Only and which continues to set the ultra- luxury standard for hospitality in Mauritius.
One&Only will also be introducing residences to the resort for those seeking an idyllic lifestyle on the island.
“The planned enhancements will ensure that the resort continues to showcase what people have come to love about One&Only Le Saint Géran.
The comprehensive redesign will amplify the already extraordinary experience of this cherished property, with its unmatched beachfront with private lagoon.
Our renowned staff, led by general manager Charles de Foucault, will continue to focus on providing guests the most caring and generous service in Mauritius,” said Philippe Zuber, chief president, One&Only Resorts.
“As one of the original luxury resorts in the country, we have a strong commitment to the destination and have been working closely with the very supportive Government of Mauritius as we advance plans for the rebirth of the resort.”
A complete renovation of all guest rooms will introduce additional suites, in response to demand from loyal guests.
As true with all One&Only Resorts, a commitment to detail and quality in order to deliver the ultimate guest experience through great design has been the driving force for creating the new look and feel of the resort.
Additionally, a strong focus has been placed on showcasing the magnificent views and surroundings of the resort, with muted hues of warm white marble, teak and greys being used for the complete makeover including new furnishings, fabrics and colour schemes to reflect the lush tropical landscapes, the vibrant turquoise Indian Ocean, and the bleached white of Mauritian sand.