Along with exceptional luxury accommodation and a wonderful setting, Le Duc de Praslin also boasts a number of superb facilities aimed to provide guests with soul stirring experiences and unforgettable memories of their holiday in the Seychelles. Some of these facilities include: Cafe des Arts, a restaurant offering some of the finest Creole cuisine in a delightful al fresco setting; Chill Out Tapas Lounge Bar provides guests with traditional Seychellois entertainment and tantalising drinks and delicacies; a Magna pool, the first spa therapy pool of its kind in the Seychelles; a tranquil prize winning garden; and a spa offering a terrific range of treatments.
Le Dauphin Restaurant offers a tantalising melange of authentic Creole delicacies and international specialties in a setting that radiates the sort of romantic ambiance one would expect when dining out in the Seychelles. Set over a fish pond teeming with inquisitive carp and a tropical garden brimming with flourishing orchids, the restaurant also exudes a distinct tranquility guaranteed to make your dining experience that much more enjoyable. Each night offers up a themed menu offering anything from coconut infused curries and BBQs to smoked marlin with lemon and raw fish sashimi. In the mornings, a breakfast buffet featuring all the classics is on offer.
Cafe des Arts is one of the most sought after fine dining restaurants on the island, adored by holidaymakers and locals alike. The restaurant is perched right on Cote d’Or beach, affording guests glorious views of the ocean and surrounding island. By day, guests can marvel at colourful paintings and delicately carved sculpture while the sound of bird chatter and crashing waves permeates the air, and by night. When night falls and the restaurant adopts an atmosphere of sophisticated elegance, guests can sip on champagne and feast on local delicacies.
Anse Volbert is a humble village surrounded by the acclaimed Cote d’Or beach and scintillating Indian Ocean on the north east coast of Praslin, the second largest island in the Seychelles archipelago. The beautiful Vallee de Mai Nature Reserve, home to the quirky Coco de mer tree and elusive Black Parrot bird is within five kilometres, while the pristine Grand Anse and Anse Volbert beaches are within 10 kilometres. Another highlight of the area is the St. Pierre islet, a wondrous composition of granitic rock and whistling palm trees that rests just offshore.
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.
Perched amidst wild tropical vegetation and accessible only via a small private road, the hotel is undeniably secluded and thoroughly invigorating.