Luxx Grand Gaube


A pioneering vision from designer Kelly Hoppen delivers an eclectic retro-chic lifestyle that’s effortlessly sophisticated, yet blissfully informal. Amidst lush tropical gardens, LUX* Grand Gaube is enveloped by undulating coves, the calmest of lagoons and is blessed with two tranquil beaches and two spectacular swimming pools. From generously proportioned rooms with balconies or terraces, to romantic junior suites and showstopper villas with private pools and gardens - all come complete with Indian Ocean vistas and our legendary LUX* hospitality. A global culinary journey leads to live cooking stations at the Palm Court, Peruvian and Argentinian cuisine at INTI, authentic Creole flavours at Banyan and a Turkish twist at Bodrum Blue. Add our famous Café LUX*, the Beach Rouge dining club plus a host of surprises at every turn - and resort living has never looked or tasted so good. As a true destination resort, we also spoil you with space. There’s an abundance of places to relax or refuel and extensive sports and wellness facilities featuring a sensational new spa, fitness, tennis academy, golf and water sports. To tempt you from your lounger, we also invite you to join us at inspirational classes and expert-led workshops. With an easy living, smile-inducing personality - LUX* Grand Gaube is the best of every world. Fresh from LUX*, it’s an entirely new way to savour the island of Mauritius.



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Program Details:

  • Hotel to be confirmed
  • Luxury accommodation
  • Room upgrade where available
  • Return transfers from airport
  • Welcome drinks and canapes 
  • 3 Nutritious meals daily 
  • 1 Sports Massage daily 
  • Customised meal plan 
  • Personal training session 
  • Sunrise yoga 
  • 1 Hour SUP lesson
  • Daily mentoring session with Dolvett Quince – 1 hour
  • Daily supply of herbal teas and bottled water
  • Use of pool facilities
  • 20% discount on all spa treatments 
  • Professional photo content
  • Evening events – opportunity to socialise and network

About this Destination

Situated on a beach in northern Mauritius, LUX* Grand Gaube is a luxury resort featuring a swimming pool overlooking the Indian Ocean. It offers complementary rides in a glass-bottom boat and elegant accommodation.

Air-conditioned rooms at the LUX* Grand Gaube Hotel feature furnished balconies with panoramic views. The spacious rooms offer free WiFi and an LED Interactive TV. Some villas come equipped with a kitchenette and a private pool.

The resort offers a variety of dining options. INTI is a Peruvian restaurant with an open-air deck and and a Pisco bar, while Beach Rouge is a Mediterranean restaurant and lounge set on the beach.

Guests can enjoy a relaxing massage LUX* Me Spa or watch a movie at the on-site cinema. Pilates, Tai Chi and yoga classes are available. The property also features an adult-only swimming pool and other activities include kayaking, sailing and snorkelling.

The Culture

The people of Mauritius are descendants of European (mostly French) settlers, the Franco-Mauritians; African slaves and creoles, the Afro-Mauritians; Chinese traders, the Sino-Maurtians; and Indian laborers, the Indo-Mauritians. Such cultural diversity and geographic isolation have led to a nationalized sense of pride.

Language

Costa Rica's official and predominant language is Spanish*. The variety spoken is Costa Rican Spanish, is a form of Central American Spanish. A Creole-English language, Jamaican patois (also known as Mekatelyu), is spoken along the Caribbean coast

Currency

The Mauritian Rupee is the currency of Mauritius. Our currency rankings show that the most popular Mauritius Rupee exchange rate is the USD to MUR rate. The currency code for Rupees is MUR, and the currency symbol is ₨. Below, you'll find Mauritian Rupee rates and a currency converter.

Weather and Climate

The people of Mauritius are descendants of European (mostly French) settlers, the Franco-Mauritians; African slaves and creoles, the Afro-Mauritians; Chinese traders, the Sino-Maurtians; and Indian laborers, the Indo-Mauritians. Such cultural diversity and geographic isolation have led to a nationalized sense of pride.