Speed Boat at One&Only Le Saint Géran


Bejewelled with swaying palms and carpeted in white sand, One&Only Le Saint Géran is not afraid to make a splash.


One&Only Le Saint Géran

Nestled on a pristine private peninsula, our iconic resort in Mauritius is the ultimate tropical playground for romantics and adventurers alike.

Discover the location

Just off the eastern coast of Madagascar, surrounded by warm Indian Ocean, endless beaches and azure lagoons, lies Mauritius. At the northern tip of the renowned Belle Mare coastline, you’ll find One&Only Le Saint Géran, undoubtedly the best place to stay in Mauritius. 

Underwater Waterfall at One&Only Le Saint Géran

Experiences of a lifetime

Model Walking Out of the Lagoon at One&Only Le Saint Géran

"You gather the idea that Mauritius was made first and then heaven, and that heaven was copied after Mauritius." ~ Mark Twain

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Woman Riding a Helicopter Arriving at One&Only Le Saint Géran
Helicopter Ride at One&Only Le Saint Géran

Air and land

Arrive in style at One&Only Le Saint Géran in Mauritius, with your choice of private helicopter transfers or luxury vehicles for groups of all sizes. Let us create a tailor-made itinerary for you.

History And Culture

Tropical seas and dramatic landscape.

Mauritius, land of rainbows, waterfalls and shooting stars, was first sighted by passing Arab dhows as early as the 10th century. The Portuguese visited around 1510, but it was the Dutch who took possession in 1598, giving the island its name in honour of their head of state, Prince Maurice of Nassau.

The island was a port of call for ships en route to India and the East Indies, as well as a land base for pirates in the Indian Ocean. The Dutch introduced sugar cane which, in addition to tourism, remains a pillar of the Mauritian economy, yet they deemed their colonisation efforts unsuccessful, and abandoned the island in 1710. 

In 1715 the French took over, renaming it “Ile de France” and eventually importing labour from Africa to work on the sugar plantations. With this, a love for rhythmic music and dancing was introduced to Mauritius and the ‘sega’ was born, a performance that is still a national tradition. 

Nearly five centuries after its discovery, this jewel in the Indian Ocean has evolved into a harmonious mosaic of cultures and religions and is home to just over 1.2 million inhabitants.

Landscape View of the Ocean in Mauritius


From dining to unforgettable adventures - explore what One&Only Le Saint Géran has to offer.

Spa Corridor at One&Only Le Saint Géran

One&Only Spa

From the cool serenity of the new private gardens to the refreshing outdoor showers; from the new treatment rooms to the exquisite ‘Bridal Suite’, the spa is transformed and more blissful than ever. 

Woman at the Beach at One&Only Le Saint Géran


Almost two kilometres of pristine sands line our stunning oceanic coastline and tranquil lagoon, providing endless locations to claim as your own and enjoy the enchanting swimmable waters.

Couple on the Beach at One&Only Le Saint Géran

Water Play

With a lagoon that longs to be played in, our Boat House offers a host of thrilling sports, from complimentary activities like waterskiing, paddle boarding, and kayaking, to extra-special experiences, including deep-sea fishing, PADI Scuba diving, banana rides and so much more!

Pizza Making with KidsOnly Club at One&Only Le Saint Géran


Located in ClubOne, our groundbreaking KidsOnly and OneTribe recreational centres welcome kids and teens aged three to 17, offering tailored activities including art classes, sporting adventures, movie nights, DJ parties and exclusive barbecues. 

Useful details

Everything you need to know before you travel to One&Only Le Saint Géran.

Visa Requirements

All visitors to Mauritius must present a passport valid for at least six months from date of travel. Visa requirements for entering Mauritius vary significantly from country to country. For up-to-date information on visa requirements, please click here.


Mauritius enjoys an ideal climate year-round, with temperatures averaging 33°C / 91°F from October to April (Spring/Summer), and 24°C / 75°F from May to September (Autumn/Winter).

GDS Codes

Amadeus OOMRU021
Sabre OO14460
Galileo OO11040
Worldspan OO6021
Pegasus OO23858


The official language of Mauritius is English, although French and Creole, a language derived from French, are commonly spoken among locals. 


The local unit of currency is the Mauritian Rupee. Euros, Dollars, YEN, RAND, Swiss Francs and GBP can be exchanged at Reception.  


Complimentary WiFi is available throughout the entire resort, from public areas and restaurants to the intimacy of your room or suite.

Wheelchair Accessibility

The resort is wheelchair friendly and has two room categories suitable for disabled guests. 

Time Zone

Mauritius standard time is four hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT+4). 


USB sockets are located on the desk and near the bed. Universal socket. 

Check-In & Check-Out

Check-in is at 2.00pm and check-out is 12.00pm. 

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