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LUX* Grand Gaube ligt aan de noordkust van Mauritius wat bekend staat om de lokale markten bij Goodlands en de levendigheid van het vissersdorp Grand Baie. Een verblijf in dit resort wordt een grote ontdekkingsreis van alle geneugten des levens. Wat denkt u van Café LUX* waar je heerlijke koffie kunt drinken gemaakt door een barista. Of een smakelijk ijsje gemaakt van lokale ingrediënten bij ICI, of in de bar bij Scrucap met een enorme selectie aan uitstekende wijnen. Een verblijf bij LUX* Grand Gaube zal niet snel vervelen. De zes verschillende kamertypen hebben een rustige en harmonieuze uitstraling en kleurstelling en zijn van alle gemakken voorzien. Het hotel heeft gratis WiFi en voor de totale ontspanning is de LUX*Me Spa service een uitkomst. Genieten met hoofdletters in een omgeving waar Indiase, Afrikaanse en Aziatische invloeden goed merkbaar zijn. De restaurants van het LUX* Grand Gaube hebben allemaal een fabuleus uitzicht over de zee. Windsurfen, kajakken, snorkelen en beachvolleybal kunnen bijdragen aan een energieke dag. Gezinnen met kinderen zijn van harte welkom in dit resort.
SpecialHoneymoon: Honeymooners worden extra in de watten gelegd en ontvangen allerlei heerlijke verwennerijen.
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(43 m2) Airco, plafonventilator, televisie, telefoon, minibar, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, volledig ingerichte badkamer, balkon of terras.
Zoals Superior, met zeezicht.
Zoals Ocean Superior, ruimer (52 m2).
Ontbijt in The Kitchen, lunch in restaurant naar keuze of picknickmand tijdens excursie (24 uur van tevoren aanvragen), diner a la carte of buffet in restaurant naar keuze (m.u.v. East). Middagthee in The Bar van 15.30 - 17.30 uur, geselecteerde (non-)alcoholische dranken tijdens openingsuren in alle bars en restaurants waaronder frisdrank, koffie & thee, bier, wijn, sap, mineraalwater, geselecteerde cocktails en likeuren, koffie & thee in kamer, geselecteerde drankjes uit de minibar waaronder water, sap, frisdrank en bier (een maal per dag aangevuld), yogales, toegang tot fitnesscentrum en sauna, geselecteerde (water-)sportactiviteiten (m.u.v. onder andere: privé-lessen, diepzee vissen, excursies en duiken).
Gelegen aan de noordkust van Mauritius, direct aan het strand.
• 4 Restaurants
• 2 Bars
• 3 Zwembaden
• Watersportmogelijkheden zoals snorkelen, kajakvaren, waterskiën en windsurfen
Aan de noordwestkust van Mauritius ligt het plaatsje Grand Baie, een gezellige havenplaats met boetieks, restaurants en een bescheiden uitgaansleven. Langs de noord- en noordwestkust bevinden zich schitterende stranden en vele kleine baaitjes. Stelt u zich voor dat u met blote voeten door het poederachtige, witte strand langs de oceaan loopt...
"How to get the most out of your visit to the Lux Grande Gaube â€“ Hints and Tips."
You have made the right choice, the hotel is terrific value in every way and there are plenty of other reviews that will describe the delights that await you, believe the good and take any criticism with a pinch of salt. However, if you want to make the most of every moment, save some money and avoid a few pitfalls, then read on. I have written under headings so that you can go directly to what you want and skip any you donâ€™t. All I ask in return is that you tick the Helpful box at the end, for which I will be eternally grateful â€“ there are at least two tips which you should Absolutely not ignore; they are asterisked***** and could greatly improve your experience. Your Room Whichever room you chose you will get a delightful view. If you get a partial sea view you will still be looking across one of the bays. The site isnâ€™t that large so you will not be far from any facilities but rooms near the main beach are nearest to sea activities, the gym, the family pool and evening dining/entertainment. Those near the adults only beach are closest to the adults only pool and the Banyan restaurant which is not open to children and offers an excellent lunch time menu of more authentic Mauritian food â€“ best for those seeking quiet and total peace although the children we saw were hardly noticeable and a credit to their parents. Ground floor rooms come with a patio and loungers and upper rooms have a balcony. The grounds are suitably bombed with insecticide and thus insect free, so you can sit outside your room with a high degree of confidence. Areas within the hotel that are near water and are not subject to a sea breeze should be avoided or insect repellent applied. Electric sockets are sufficient in number and provide 240v electricity or 115v/240v (2 pin) in the bathroom area. Sockets are the normal British three pin type in the living/bedroom areas. Hair driers are provided and work reasonably well â€“ better than most. All rooms come with a safe for valuables. Beaches Both beaches are excellent but the main beach is busier and beds are slightly more difficult to find (See â€œGetting a Bedâ€ below). Hint â€“ Beach butlers can be helpful . Look out for Rishi and Wyland if you are on the Adults only beach. Getting towels Towels are provided and are either already placed rolled up on the sunbeds or can be found inside a cream coloured tent about the size of a phone box. The rule is that towels on beds that are left for more than two hours without use will be removed but simply ask any of the staff if you are not sure. Getting a bed Yes, bed bagging does take place but in a gentle way which allows all but the most fanatical to get up after 8 oâ€™clock and get a bed. If you are on the Adults Only beach be aware that the tide varies and that the left side of the beach as you face out to sea is prone to flooding at high tide. Tip â€“ Having got a towel on your chosen bed you may be tempted to add a book or similar item whilst you go off to eat. Put any items in a plastic bag â€“ showers can be very heavy and, although they only last minutes usually, they can reduce your favourite book to near pulp quite quickly. Eating On Site All the areas provide good food and you should try them all but do not necessarily accept the first table you are offered - unless you like being very hot ask for and make sure you get a table with a breeze. All the staff are very good but I promised Rajiv at the Banyan restaurant a special mention for his excellent service. He is a great example of the successful training policy of the hotel. If you get to meet him perhaps you would like to pass your own verdict when you in turn write a review. Tip â€“ You can more or less eat when you want to but if you have a favourite seat in the main restaurant; get a seat at the pool side of the bar and enjoy a pre-prandial drink. From this position you can see the seating situation in the restaurant and time your entrance to coincide with a suitable table vacancy. Those diner tables overlooking the pool have the best breeze which you will appreciate What to avoid!***** The restaurants serve some delicious food that borders on fine dining BUT one of the foods on offer is White Tuna. This fish is not tuna and is also known as Butter Fish. It is delicious but is about 20% fat and can seriously play havoc with your digestive system. This is not the place to go into detail but do go on the internet and read about the likely outcomes before you indulge otherwise you may suffer and any trips out may become nightmarish! Tipping Tipping is optional but wages are low and no one turns a tip down. Every time you order a drink or something to eat you have to sign the bill and there is a space for tips to be added. Many ignore this and you can tip the whole staff when you leave if you want to. Much more effective is to give small tips as you go along (50 rupees - Â£1.13 to 100 rupees) if you are wanting some real favours. Otherwise wait and reward those who make a special effort at the end of your stay. The staff are so good it is hard to pick between them. Trips out Although there is plenty to see, expect interesting rather than spectacular. However if you want to see the island the best way is to hire a taxi from reception. This will cost you 4000 rupees (@Â£90) and for this you get a driver and an air conditioned car that will comfortably seat 4 passengers. You need to add to this any entrance fees to parks which are usually a few pounds per person. The great advantage is that you can decide how long you stay at each place and come home when you have had enough. The taxi driver will give you advice if you want it but I would avoid most of the shopping suggestions or give them minimal time. He will also be able to find you a suitable place to eat your packed lunch even if it rains. Tip1 â€“ In land the ground rises to about 800m and it is both cooler and considerably wetter. Make sure that you take the umbrellas provided by hotel if you go out. Tip 2 - If you are visiting any of the parks 50% Deet is not a bad idea Tip 3******* - If you are visiting the Hindu Temple note that the toilets are largely the hole in the porcelain type sometimes encountered in France (although ladies will find a couple of the more standard types if they search). What you should not assume is that there is either toilet paper or soap provided - so make sure that you borrow a toilet role and some soap before you set out from the hotel! Packed lunch A packed lunch is available from reception on request the day prior to your trip. It is boxed and more than adequate. As you can tick for as much as you require no one should go hungry. Hint â€“ Try offering some to your taxi driver. He will have some of his own but it is a gesture well received. Tip â€“ There are wild dogs everywhere. They are often in a pitiful, half- starved condition. The ones we encountered were very gentle and would eat almost anything that was going to be wasted. If you like dogs you donâ€™t need to bin most scraps. Dear reader, thank you for getting this far. If I have been of any assistance please tick the box and prepare yourself for one of your best holidays ever. I wish you a safe journey.
"The best on the island"
Amazing staff, very helpful and friendly. Loved the Lux cafeteria. You can't be bored there, plenty of activities in the resort. It is place for honeymooners I guess, because 90% of the guests were couples. The staff is very good with the surprises, so if you want to do something special for your partner trust them. The details are very important for me, so was very surprised when get a bracelet like a goodbye gift.
"Our honeymoon at Lux Grand Gaube"
What a week. It was absolutely awesome. A beautiful hotel. The minute you drive in the main gate you are met with blue water, coconut trees, colourful flowers and amazing people. We spent a week here as part of our honeymoon. Couldn't ask for a better week. Staff here are extremely welcoming. It always felt like they genuinely wanted you to enjoy yourself. Always wanting to help and ensure your day is going well. Such happy people. The rooms are lovely. The beaches are beautiful. The food is great. We had an all inclusive package which I would recommend as food/alcohol/beverages are expensive otherwise. They have a good fitness centre and other activities such as tennis, table tennis, beach workouts, volleyball etc. Loads to do if you want to keep active whilst on holiday. We took a couple of bikes and cycled to Grand Bay as well which was nice. Burwing and Guillaine were so helpful. They have beautiful gardens which Mario will be happy to show you around. The Spa is nice too but books up fast so good to book a couple of days is advance. I enjoyed the lunch at the Banyan and dinner at the Beach restaurant the most but all were nice. It's always sad to leave a place where you've had a wonderful time. Thank you to Federick for making this a little easier. The tree of wishes is a wonderful idea and we are only hoping our wish gets picked and we get back to visit this fabulous hotel. Thank you to all the staff.
"Amazing place, amazing staff"
Wonderful resort. Quiet beaches, nice pools and abundance of food. Every single staff member was friendly, kind and helpful. There was nothing they couldn't do for us. The 'adults only' section of the resort was a nice touch if you wanted peace. The activities were well organised and fun - we particularly liked watercolour painting and the outdoor cinema nights. Only downsides were having to pay for water with your evening meal (when half board) and if you do want to do laundry it's extremely expensive. But minor blips on an altogether wonderful holiday.
"Fantastic stay at 5 star!"
We are just coming to the end of a fantastic two week holiday here at the LUX Grand Gaube. Though it will be closing in June for a complete refurb it is still a beautiful hotel in a beautiful setting. We stayed in a deluxe room in the adults only area and the rooms are really spacious with an airy feel and the air con and fan are a real boon in the high humidity. If you are after a subbed outside your room in the adults only section then ask for a ground floor room as the first floor only have a very covered balcony which doesn't really get the sun. Plenty of toiletries to keep you going and fabulous housekeeping staff - special thanks to Arouna our maid who delighted us with her animal towel crafting skills (who knew it was possible to make a crocodile the size of your bed ! Surrounded by gorgeous local flowers) and she was always there with a beautiful smile. The people here are lovely and cannot do enough for you. The restaurant staff are like a well oiled machine but always with a smile and so courteous. Fahaim deserves a special mention as a very attentive and charming waiter who aims to remember those finer details to make you feel special. Try to make use of all the water sports facilities, they are very organised and the opportunity to try paddle boarding and water skiing in a safe lagoon should not be turned down. All in all a fabulous stay well worth the rather long flight.
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