Constance Lémuria Seychelles officially reopened on 1st November 2016 with a stunning new and unique design after taking a pause from August 22 to October 23 to refurnish, redecorate and refresh to better embrace the future. This luxury hotel opened in 1999 in Praslin as one of the Seychelles’ first five-star properties and now evokes more than ever the lost land which every traveller dreams of one day exploring.
Constance Lémuria in Praslin enjoys an idyllic location on the north-west coast of the island, surrounded by luxuriant and rare vegetation, and washed by the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. The sea with its many hues of turquoise, the fresh green landscapes and the three secluded white-sand beaches, which the hotel sits on, create a natural infusion and a truly exceptional site.
The aim of the renovation, led by interior designer Marc Hertricht, was to create a sensory journey that awakens the senses, through harmonious ambience created with contemporary and classic elements. It includes the complete renewal of three restaurants and the main bar, Huna, as well as upgraded services, new amenities and redecorated guests’ suites.
The hotel boast 96 suites, eight Villas and one Presidential Suite, all positioned just 15 metres from the shore and built with raw materials such as wood, marble and granite to offer luxurious accommodation in a natural environment
The 88 Junior Suites have been redecorated with calm colours enhanced by accents of blues and greens, while the eight Senior Suites have been refurbished with a warm colour palette, refined materials and a larger terrace to offer an even more exceptional stay.
Fresh, delicious food is a key ingredient to any holiday; that’s why the culinary concepts were reviewed with great care during the renovation. Now food, service and tableware combine to reveal a unique atmosphere in each outlet. The Legend restaurant, located in the main building, welcomes guests to the flavours and ambience of the Silk Route. The Nest, perched on the rocks between Petite Anse Kerlan and Grand Anse Kerlan, is an ode to seafood. Last but not least, the new Diva restaurant adds a touch of elegant exuberance to the hotel with a vibrant gastronomic menu to be shared and an updated grape list with over 900 varieties on offer from a cellar that holds more than 12,000 bottles. Guest will get to try new menus across the board, including a new children’s menu, each revitalised by a team of international chefs who take pride in sourcing the best local produce.
Known for its commitment to safeguarding the environment, most notably with its turtle protection programme, Constance Lémuria Seychelles goes a step further with a new Eco-Kiosk that reveals interesting facts about the island’s flora and fauna, and the initiatives that are in place to preserve the environment.
Whether it’s the amazing nature of Praslin, from the unique Vallée de Mai forest, home or the fascinating Coco de Mer to the world-famous beaches of neighbouring island La Digue, the wide range of activities, the fine dining, or the new colourful design and the special services, Constance Lémuria Seychelles is the perfect choice for a luxury holiday in the Seychelles.