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Givenchy Spa, Le Saint Geran

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A pinnacle of tropical luxury, the contemporary haute-chic elegance of One & Only finds a natural home in one of the most romantic places on earth. A spectacular wooden bridge links the resort grounds to Frangipani Island, where guests discover the Givenchy Spa and asian-inspired restaurant. A short boat-ride away is the extraordinary Ile aux Cerfs, home to the 18-hole Bernhard Langer-designed championship golf course, and Ilot Mangenie, the resort's own island retreat, five minutes away by private boat. Givenchy Spa offers body and facial treatments, sauna and steam rooms, pool and boutique. Gymnasium with personal trainers, hairdressing, casino, helicopter transfers.

Written by  George Monkhouse.

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