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One&Only Le Saint Géran

Suitable for couples
Suitable for couples

Dream holiday in Mauritius: Michelin chef, personal butler and spa luxury spa

In the middle of the Indian Ocean is a small island. The island is surrounded by the purest azure waters, so warm and soft, it feels like a loving embrace every time you dive beneath the surface . Around the island you can discover secret lagoons, whose colors and beauty is hard to describe with simple words. Here is a tranquility and peace, only interrupted by the waves and the gentle breeze in the palm trees. Here is plenty of life but few people - only exotic birds sipping berries of colorful plants, violet blue crabs that diligently digs small holes, and small shiny fish jumping in the water. If you dive under the sea, you will see even more life - large clusters of colorful fish, sea turtles, conch shells, stingrays, and lots of small plants, which dances to the beat of the waves. On this small island is an exclusive, elegant, and luxurious haven, set in beautiful harmony with the scenic surroundings, the perfect setting for a dream vacation you will never forget.

Welcome to One&Only Le Saint Géran in Mauritius!

One&Only Le Saint Géran is an absolute dream destination for the couple who dreams of intimacy, tranquility, and romance, and for families with children, who want a luxurious combination of relaxation and action for both kids and adults.

How to get here

The resort is located 1 hour from the airport and 40 minutes from the capital Port Louis


  • Mauritius
  • North East Coast
Why stay here?
  • Great location
  • Gourmet food
  • Top-notch service

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One&Only Le Saint Géran comprises 143 exclusive rooms, suites and 1 villa, all furnished with lovely furniture, Egyptian cotton and goose down pillows, terrace or balcony overlooking the Indian Ocean, and 24-hour personalized butler service (suites and villa).

Room types:
Lagoon Room (65 m2)
Ocean Room (65 m2)
Ocean Balcony Room (65 m2)
Beach Front Balcony Room (65 m2)
Beach Front Room (65 m2)
Beach Front Balcony Junior Suite (110 m2)
Beach Front Junior Suite (130 m2)
Ocean Balcony Suite (130 m2)
Ocean Suite (150 m2)
Beach Front Balcony Suite (130 m2)
Beach Front Suite (150 m2)
2- Bedroom Ocean Balcony Suite (195 m2)
2- Bedroom Ocean Suite (215 m2)
2- Bedroom Beach Front Suite (215 m2)
3- Bedroom Beach Front Balcony Suite (260 m2)
3- Bedroom Beach Front Suite (280 m2)
Villa One (622 m2)

Room and suite amenities

Safety box
Internet, wireless
Flat screen TV
iPod docking station
Turndown service
Butler (selected rooms only)
Tea and coffee maker
Room service

There is plenty to experience in and around the island. The water around the island is ideal for kite surfing, water skiing, and especially for snorkeling and diving. You can also go on boat trips with glass-bottom boats, in kayaks, or pedal boats, or try one of the many other water activities that the hotel's water sports center offers. Are you a nature lover? Go hiking to roaring waterfalls, exotic forests, and botanical gardens. If you want a touch of culture, visit the Naval Museum, which exhibits finds from the area's ancient shipwrecks.

Do you want a day filled with pure luxury and relaxation? Visit the One & Only Spa and treat yourself to a wonderful treatment. You can also spend the day at the pool, on the white sandy beaches, or try the scenic golf course - all while the kids are entertained in the popular Children's Club.

When you get hungry, you can sit down for dinner in one of the hotel restaurants and enjoy a culinary experience beyond the ordinary. Let Michelin chef Vineet Bhatia pamper your taste buds with exquisite dishes of the freshest ingredients.

Fitness center
Swimming pool
Kids club
Meeting and conference facilities
Room service
Wheelchair accessible
Internet, wireless (free)
Tennis court
Children's pool
Water sports
Table tennis
Diving center
Fishing trips can be organized
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Free Upgrade to Half Board
Paradise Moments offer a free upgrade to half board (breakfast and dinner) in selected periods. Please contact us.


Tailor-made holidays
This trip can be adapted to the number of nights as desired or combined with stays at other hotels and destinations. Call one of our travel specialists for more information or write to us via our contact form.

Price includes
  • The stay in the selected room type
  • Breakfast
Price does not include
  • Flights (you can book your flight through Paradise Moments)
  • Airport transfer
  • Cancellation insurance
  • Travel insurance
  • Tips
  • Transport of golfbag
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For millions of years, this lush volcanic island was pristine and isolated in the sea, until a few hundred years ago, when sailors from Arabia, Europe, Africa and Asia came to this island. Many traders, pirates and ships needed supplies for their onward journey, and in the 1700s, some of these travelers settled down on Mauritius.

Now, around 1.2 million inhabitants are on the island. Mauritius' very multicultural  population lives in harmony with each other.
They are very friendly and welcoming, and as a guest, you will soon feel the pride they share in their common and unique heritage. The many sugar cane plantations, orchards and large textile industry have given the island reasonable prosperity and a good infrastructure.

In Mauritius, you have a wide range of activities on land and sea to choose from, and most hotels are very child-friendly with excellent childcare and activities for the little ones.

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Flight time

11-16 hours depending on departure airport

Travel time to Mauritius - how long does it take to fly to Mauritius?

The journey to Mauritius is typically either direct or with a flight change in a European city. Flight time is approximately 11-16 hours depending on the route.

To Mauritius we most often use the following airlines: Emirates, Air Mauritius, Air France, British Airways, Lufthansa and Qatar Airways.

When traveling with Paradise Moments a representative welcome you at the airport in Mauritius to guide you to the waiting transportation to the hotel.

North, south, east and west? Where is the best place to stay in Mauritius?

On the North Coast, the concentration of hotels is highest around Grand Baie, where you will find a selection of restaurants, cafes, shops and the island's only nightlife. The northwest coastline is rich in small, idyllic lagoons and beautiful coral beaches, as Trou aux Biches, Pointe aux Piment and Pereybére. Especially in the period from May to October, this part of the island is well protected from the southeast wind.

The South Coast is perhaps the most beautiful with mountainous terrain, rivers, forests and rugged coastline mixed with quaint lagoons with pure white beaches and calm waters. The temperatures are a little cooler in this region from May to October, when the southeast wind blows, but good conditions for surfers. Many new hotels have been built in this area in recent years.

Picturesque beaches and crystal clear waters are found on the East Coast. Worth mentioning is the island of Ile aux Cerf and the area around Belle Mare. If you live in the area, a visit to the local and colorful Sunday market in the town of Flacq is recommended. In warmer months, the breeze from the sea can help to cool you down, while from June to October the temperatures can be a little cooler than elsewhere on the island.

The West Coast generally has the hottest weather and less rainfall with a dry climate. The lush mountain peaks form a beautiful backdrop to the white sandy beaches and azure ocean.

Climate and weather in Mauritius

Mauritius has a pleasant subtropical climate and can be visited all year round. When is the best time to travel to Mauritius – the answer will be individually. You can therefore read more about the different seasons of Mauritius below.

October, November and December - The dry season in Mauritius

From October, the days are warm and the temperature is around 28 °C, while the evenings and nights can be chilly. At the same time, it rains only rarely during this period, and there is very little wind. This perfect climate, combined with a water temperature of pleasant 26 °C, making this season a popular time to travel to Mauritius.
In the first three weeks of December the weather is still dry and warm and also a good time to travel to Mauritius.

January, February and March - Summer in Mauritius

In late December the summer begins in Mauritius and it lasts through March. This period is the peak season in Mauritius. The days are warm with temperatures easily reaching 30°C, although the cooler sea breezes make the heat bearable. This season is perfect for you who would like to swim, dive and try different water sports in your holiday, since the water temperature in the lagoon is around pleasant 28°C.

Statistically these are also the months with the most rain. Most of the rain falls in the central part of the island and it will typically come as short, heavy showers late in the day. It is also during this period that tropical storms and cyclones can hit the archipelago, but it happens rarely; in fact, only an average of every 5 years, a cyclone hits the island.

April - Winter is approaching in Mauritius

The month of April is, like November and December, the best time to travel to Mauritius, if you want a little lower daytime temperatures and cooler nights. The weather is dry and the Indian Ocean is still warm; about 26°C. This month is ideal for a family holiday to Mauritius, as both air and water temperature is incredibly comfortable.

May, June, July, August and September - Winter in Mauritius

Winter in Mauritius is not, as most would describe a typical winter. The day temperature is at around 25°C when the sun shines. At night the temperature can drop to 15°C, so if you visit Mauritius during this period, it is a good idea to bring a sweater and long pants, if you are going out for the evening. Winter is also the dry season with less rainfall. Typically, in the form of light scattered showers. It's still a great time to swim in the ocean because the water temperature is around 24°C inside the lagoon.

Climate table:

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Air (°C) 26 26 26 24 23 21 21 21 21 24 24 25
Sea (°C) 27 27 27 27 26 24 23 22 23 23 24 25
Rainfall (mm) 237 241 383 206 175 117 130 85 84 56 80 172

1,865 square kilometers

Mauritius is a tropical paradise located 2.000 kilometers east of southern Africa. The island is only 2,040 square kilometers with 330 kilometers of coastline protected by coral reefs. Mauritius is 67 kilometers long and 46 kilometers wide.

The Republic of Mauritius consists of Mauritius, Rodrigues, Cargados-Garoyos islands and Agalega Islands, which are uninhabited.

1,200,000 inhabitants

The population of Mauritius is of many cultures. The largest group is of Indian origin and Hindus constitute more than half of its population.

Port Louis with 143,000 inhabitants.

The official language is English, but this does not mean that all master the language equally well. French is more widespread, while Creole is the language spoken most among the population. Creole is very similar to French, and was originally a common language for the slaves.

Hindus 53%
Christian 31%
Muslims 13%
Roman Catholic 26%
Other religious minorities include Buddhists, Baha'is and Ahmadiyyaher.

Mauritian rupee (MUR)

All leading credit cards are accepted at most hotels and larger stores.

Mauritius is a diverse island with plenty of opportunities for excursions and activities.

Possible excursions and activities include:

Snorkeling and diving
Many types of water sports
World class golf courses
Quad biking
Mountain biking
Horse riding
Car rental
Diving with dolphins
Catamaran trips
Music and dance
Botanical gardens
Sugarcane Museum