The hotel itself is smaller than most hotels in the Seychelles, with only 18 deluxe rooms, five superior rooms, seven senior suites and two family suites, but despite its comparatively small size, the quality of service and facilities does not falter.
Le Gigolette is the quintessential beachside restaurant with its large windows that open up onto a sprawling terrace bedecked with cantilevered umbrellas and classic wooden furniture. The restaurant is open for al fresco breakfasts, a à la carte lunches and seafood dinners, all of which feature locally sourced ingredients. Culinary attractions such as live cooking, weekly themed nights and traditional barbecues are also on offer.
The reputed Feuille D’Or restaurant offers guests a selection of delicious international and local Creole dishes in a more secluded setting. Located on the first floor, the restaurant boasts incredible panoramas of the surrounding area and the vast expanse of topaz water that stretches beyond the horizon. Cuisine at Feuille D’Or will enchant the palate with its inspired spice combinations and delicate textures, while the warm ambiance will leave guests feeling at ease.
Au Cap is a picturesque district nestling on the north east region of Praslin, the second largest of 115 islands in the Seychelles archipelago. This part of the island is home to the famed Cote d’Or bay, a seemingly unreal stretch of white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters, as well as the enchanting Valle de Mai Nature Reserve, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
On the outskirts of the Vallee de Mai Nature Reserve, and surrounded by the warm waters of the Indian Ocean, this 'adults only' hotel has plenty to offer.
Constance Lemuria Resort delivers an exceptional blend of luxury accommodation & unforgettable experiences.
Experience the laid-back allure of the Seychelles without having to compromise on comfort and luxury at the 3 star Le Duc de Praslin Hotel.