Situated on the idyllic island of Praslin in the warm Indian Ocean, near Anse Lazio, is a true oasis of peace on one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, surrounded by tropical gardens.
Raffles Seychelles comprises 86 luxurious villas dotted along stretches of white sand. This award-winning resort combines a peaceful ambiance with ultimate comfort, creating the perfect island paradise.
The hotel provides access to 500 meters of white sandy beach and is situated near the Vallée de Mai nature reserve, a UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage Site. Guests can reach the island of Curieuse, inhabited by 500 giant tortoises, as well as La Digue island, famous for its secluded beaches and great conditions for diving, or finally Mahé, where the Seychelles capital Victoria is located, within 15 minutes by plane.
The hotel has 86 villas, the lowest category is up to 125 meters, they are one of the largest villas in the Seychelles, all located on the hills with a beautiful view of the Indian Ocean.
Each of the villas is decorated in a modern style, spacious and with terraces with paradisiacal views of the garden or the ocean.
Guests have at their disposal 6 exquisite restaurants where we can taste Creole, Indian, Mediterranean and Asian dishes. The Raffles Spa is the perfect place to relax. From the open-air pavilions, we can admire breathtaking views of the blue ocean and tropical landscape. There are also two 45-meter-long outdoor infinity pools waiting for guests!
The watersports center offers free use of kayaks, paddle board and snorkeling equipment. There is also a Padi Dive Center on site. The Sugar Palm mini club for children aged 4-12 provides educational activities, and for teenagers, trips to nearby islands, hiking, biking, beach volleyball and golf are available.
The Seychelles hotel offers four stand-alone restaurants and bars as well as private dining.
The Sushi Room at Curieuse serves fresh-caught fare, omakase-style. Each chef-selected piece comes from one of the many fishing companies working the Seychelles, making for an unforgettable meal that would be hard to replicate anywhere else.
Eat breakfast at the Losean Restaurant and then go back for dinner, when the menu is highlighted by items inspired by the Indian Ocean — fresh yellowfin tuna tartare; the millionaire salad with smoked marlin, tropical fruits and palm heart; and the whole rock lobster with coconut rice and papaya chutney.
Chef de cuisine Abhay Pratap runs the chic restaurant Curieuse, touted as being the only Asian eatery in all of Seychelles. Expect to sample modern dishes, ranging from Indian and Chinese to Southeast Asian.