LUX Grand Gaube
LUX Grand Gaube
LUX Grand Gaube Rivière du Rempart, Mauritius/A gentle stroll from a quiet fishing village on the north coast of Mauritius, LUX* Grand Gaube is tucked away in one of the island’s most beautiful locations, a tranquil retreat where every room, suite and villa is blessed with spectacular ocean views. Sheltered from the winds and blessed with three filao-framed bays, the resort faces a crystalline lagoon and beguiling castaway islets waiting just off the coast.From the bustling markets of Goodlands to the buzzing bars and boutiques of Grand Baie, the north of the island has many attractions. Settle in to the rhythm of Mauritian life with colourful displays of traditional music and dancing. Take a plunge in one of our five swimming pools or surrender to tension-soothing treatments at the LUX* Me Spa: this is island life at its most romantic and joyful.Stay with us and you'll discover technicolour moments of pure joy around every corner. There's Café LUX* - a delightful, barista-fuelled coffee shop where you can sit, sip and surf; Scrucap - our collection of specially selected house wines; and ICI - deliciously refreshing ice creams made with local ingredients and served in homemade waffle cones. With secret bars, al fresco screenings, pop-up restaurants and more, we're reinvigorating the island resort holiday by creating playful, light-hearted experiences. Come see for yourself. Find out about our 'Reasons To Go'.Forget Brooklyn’s food trucks and Bangkok’s bustling night markets. When it comes to tasting authentic local cuisine, in-the-know foodies head to Banyan Restaurant. Sheltered beneath the graceful boughs of one of Mauritius’ oldest trees, LUX* Grand Gaube’s island kitchen can whip up tantalising Creole feasts. Stop by for lunch to try one of the signature salads: papaya, sweet potato, sweet corn and tandoori chicken make for a crunchy, vibrant mix. Add a kick to your day with the traditional chilli bite salad, or savour the mellow notes of fish scented with lime and coconut milk. You won’t need to stray far for a taste of Mauritius’ street-food specialty: golden and paper-thin, dholl puris are delicious chickpea pancakes served here with lima beans, taro leaves and tomato rougaille. Banyan’s specialties are as attractive and colourful as the tranquil fisherman’s village of Grand Gaube, where picturesque boats bob gently on the waters. The resort will happily arrange a fishing trip; back on land, the chef will dream up the best way to transform your catch into fresh, inventive Mauritian cuisine.