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Constance Lemuria Resort

At a Glance

    Pros

  • access to three of Praslin's nicest beaches, including the famous Anse Georgette
  • the only 18-hole golf course in Seychelles
  • resort was designed to be mostly invisible from the sea, leaving the beach pristine

    Cons

  • one of Seychelles' older hotels, the buildings don't all live up to five-star expectations
  • service can be a bit spotty

Constance Lemuria Resort Review

This Relais & Châteaux hotel set on 370 acres of scenic palm groves was one of Seychelles' first five-star resorts and remains a favorite luxury destination. A large hotel with 105 rooms strung along on both Grand Anse Kerlan and Petite Anse Kerlan, the resort developers did a good job of ensuring that the rooms are invisible from the beach, and thus maintained a sense of pristine privacy. Unfortunately, some of the rooms are stacked a bit close together, and though the interiors are beautifully decorated, the exteriors look somewhat utilitarian for a five-star resort. All three restaurants are considered excellent, and with a full service Shiseido spa, great sports facilities, including the only 18-hole golf course in Seychelles, a kids' club, and a very well-stocked activities center, you will never want for things to do here. Enjoy access to Anse Georgette, a famously gorgeous crescent of totally undeveloped white sand; the hotel provides a buggy shuttle service to this private beach throughout the day, or you can walk through the golf course to get there.

    Hotel Details

  • 105 rooms.
  • Rate includes breakfast, some meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 10-05-2012

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