LUX* Grand Gaube unveiled

Martha Elwell Martha Elwell Uploaded 19 March 2018


Mauritius: LUX* Resorts & Hotels has unveiled the completely re-imagined LUX* Grand Gaube

LUX* Grand Gaube on the northern coast of Mauritius has re-opened following a $32 million refurbishment.

The reimagined property was designed by British interior designer Kelly Hoppen and Mauritian architect Jean-Francois Adam. They aimed to create a contemporary yet timeless Indian Ocean style.

All rooms, suites and villas have access to verandas with views of the Indian Ocean, some with outdoor baths or sundecks over the resort's private cove. Decorative touches to the rooms include woven African baskets, wicker tables, geometric tiles and reclaimed Victorian bathtubs.

The property features six restaurants and seven bars. Beach Rouge features pop-style artwork and graffiti by Camille Walala. The Palm Court restaurant serves an impressive selection of cuisines from breakfast through to dinner, cooked from seven live and interactive cooking stations.

The peaceful spa and wellness area offers LUX* Me therapies from Shirley Page. Carita Haute Beauté anti-ageing treatments and meditation expert Kamran Bedi of the Mind Body Method is on hand to help guests re-balance and engage in mindfulness. LUX* Grand Gaube is also the first resort in Mauritius to have an Essie nail bar and a Murdoch's of London barbershop.  


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