Veranda Paul and Virginie, Grand Gaube, Mauritius
This charming beach hotel is an invitation to a relaxing and romantic stay. It is named after the legendary young couple immortalised by French author Bernardin de St Pierre in his novel Paul & Virginie. The colonial-inspired decor reveals a peaceful haven where all rooms look out over the stunning lagoon, dotted with islands. Couples will adore the love nests, double sunbeds and hammocks and Le Saint Géran restaurant is ideal for a candlelit dinner on the water in the refined décor of a beautiful pavilion.
Location: Grand Gaube, on the beach.
Board Basis: All Inclusive.
Transfer: approx. one hour from Mauritius Airport.
2 Restaurants - Isle de France serving Mauritian cuisine and Le Saint Geran a la carte with daily specialities
2 Swimming pools
Windsurfing, glass bottom boat, kayaking, sailing boats, snorkelling
Water skiing, catamaran cruises, fishing trips, bicycle and car rental, all at a charge
PADI dive centre 10 minutes from hotel
Comfort Rooms have one double or twin beds, air conditioning, ceiling fan, TV, telephone, tea & coffee making facilities, hairdryer, minibar, safe, shower room and balcony with ocean views.Room and Board Upgrades
Superior Rooms are slightly bigger, at around 38 metres squared, and have a sofabed, shower room and balcony with seaview.
Privilege Rooms are around 42 metres squared and feature a sofabed, bathtub and shower in the bathroom, and a balcony with seaview.
Single Rooms are available on request.
All Inclusive upgrade is available.
FOOD: Daily breakfast, lunch and dinner in main restaurant. Afternoon pancakes.
DRINK: Afternoon tea or coffee, soft drinks, juice and mineral water from the bar and from the mini-bar, local beer and locally bottled spirits, house wine and selected cocktails.
ACTIVITIES: Land-based sports and non-motorised watersports.
Smart casual dress code applies after 6pm in restaurants and bar.
About Grand Gaube
With a direct road to the capital, Port Louis and only a 15 minute drive from lively Grand Baie, you arrive in a small quaint and fairly traditonal fishing village of Grand Gaube. Crystal clear waters of the lagoon and white sand beach are inviting year round, and you can take in the views of the islands to the north.