The star-spangled establishment is renewed. Its wide lobby, providing a breathtaking ocean view is the promise of an instant change of scenery. Its conception and decor evoke a contemporary, yet out-of-time islander lifestyle.
This new resort has been brought together many renown talents – from architect Jean-François Adam to landscaping by Stephen Woodhams without forgetting Kelly Hoppen’s decoration – to offer an unrivaled experience. Here are our 7 reasons to go to brand new LUX* Grand Gaube.
#1. The Kelly Hoppen touch
One of the hotel’s strong suits: decoration, especially in the rooms and suites imparting a warm and welcoming atmosphere. If white is a dominant colour, the tropical spirit is never far away, between wicker and handmade artifacts.
#2. Café LUX
The hotel chain’s caffeinated signature is always worth the reunion. Between the in-house roasted coffee beans and pastries that are as beautiful as they are tasty, one can only be carried away by these irresistible wisps.
#3. The Palm Court
The international restaurant offers tapas, mixed with the best of Mediterranean cuisine, but also showcases the best of South Asian comfort food from India and Sri Lanka among others. Its extra feature? All tables offer an ocean view.
#4. The marvellous cellar
Aside from displaying at least 20 different Proseccos, the cellar can also be privatised for small groups which will directly benefit from the sommelier’s expertise.
#5. The Creole smoke house & rum shack
The Creole smokehouse, a burger and rum shack, all situated under a Banyan tree, are an invitation to sip a cocktail under the tree shade and wind’s caress… or even discover a traditional wood-fired cuisine.
#6. Bodrum Blue
Resting on a mini peninsula, this open-air restaurant is inspired by the Bodrum coastline and its convivial cuisine. Mezzes and Kebab are waiting for you to enjoy Turkish cuisine’s finest.
What’s new? It is the very first restaurant starring Peruvian and Argentinian flavours in the Indian Ocean! Its simple yet sophisticated decor enables wondrous chandeliers to shine and acts as a reminder of its name. Inti means God of the Sun, as a clue of the sunny flavours carried by a bright Latino-American cuisine.
You got it! A trip to LUX* Grand Gaube rhymes with relaxation and refinement but mainly, a rich gastronomic landscape to fulfill your every gastronomic whims!