Hotel Group : LUX Island Resorts

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LUX Island Resorts

Founded in 1987, LUX* Resorts (formerly known as Naiade Resorts Ltd) is a hotel group with properties in Mauritius, the Maldives and Réunion Island. The Company was admitted to the Official List of the Stock Exchange of Mauritius in November 2005. Mainly Mauritian owned, the company has more than 2,810 shareholders as of 31 December 2009.

On the 1st of December 2011, Naiade Resorts Ltd relaunched as LUX* Island Resorts.

LUX* Island Resorts is a collection of premium hotels in the Indian Ocean offering guests the opportunity to celebrate island life and enjoy light living. It's the new name and consumer brand for the luxury hotels previously operating under the 'Naïade Resorts Ltd' umbrella. The five resorts in the LUX* portfolio are LUX* Belle Mare, Mauritius (formerly Beau Rivage), LUX* Le Morne, Mauritius (formerly Les Pavillons), LUX* Grand Gaube, Mauritius (formerly Legends), LUX* Maldives (formerly Diva) and LUX* Ile de la Réunion (formerly Grand Hotel du Lagon).

The remaining properties previously operated by Naïade Resorts Ltd will be part of the Produced by LUX* Resorts portfolio. These resorts will continue to be known as Tamassa, Bel Ombre, Mauritius; Merville Beach, Grand Baie, Mauritius and Hôtel Le Récif, Ile de la Réunion, as well Ile des Deux Cocos, Mauritius, a private paradise island.

LUX* Island Resorts is an affiliate member of GML, a major economic player in the Indian Ocean, leader of the "Top 100" Mauritian companies. GML is active in key sectors of the Mauritian economy, representing a portfolio of approximately 300 subsidiaries and associated companies, performing a total turnover of MUR 26,9 billion as at June 30th 2011.

Whoever said life is about the journey, not the destination, probably didn't own a private tropical island retreat. Between the unobstructed views, a picturesque villa and the team of dedicated staff, you can pretty much live out your ultimate castaway fantasy on Île des Deux Cocos.
This beautiful jewelled pendant in a turquoise ocean lies just off the south east coast of Mauritius. Reserve this island resort in Mauritius for an overnight stay, visit for day trips, or host your own exclusive party or special event, including weddings and anniversaries.


A 5-star hotel and luxurious private villas in Mauritius - shining with the vibrant energy and hospitality of authentic island life.
Proudly situated in the quaint seaside village of Belle Mare on the east coast of Mauritius, against a vivid backdrop of the Indian Ocean, is the vibrant beach hotel of LUX* Belle Mare.


With unrivalled elegance and stunning ocean views, this 5-star hotel in Mauritius is synonymous with romance and beguiling natural beauty
Just moments away from the quiet fishing village of Grand Gaube on the north coast of Mauritius, this beach hotel set on one of the most beautiful site in Mauritius, offers all the leisurely tranquillity of a true island getaway


This 5-star hotel in Mauritius is sheltered by Le Morne Brabant peak - a breathtaking UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Nestled at the foot of the majestic Le Morne mountain in the South West corner of Mauritius is the tranquil beach hotel, LUX* Le Morne.


A delightful beach hotel in Mauritius - with sandy beaches overlooking a picturesque lagoon near the atmospheric town of Grand Baie.
You've been meaning to commune more with nature. Pristine white sandy beaches. Crystal clear lagoons. Spa treatments under the stars while the waves gently lap at the shores. We know a place you might like.


The ultimate all-inclusive hotel in Mauritius, with tropical gardens rolling down to white sandy beaches and aquamarine waters
Now is as good a time as any to plan your next holiday. To make it count you'll require a party spirit, movie screenings on the beach at dusk, a hammock and poolside cocktails. Introducing Tamassa, our vibrant set in tropical gardens on white sandy beaches with rustling coconut trees and a cobalt ocean.