On the magical north-eastern slopes of Praslin lies Raffles Seychelles, consisting of 86 exquisite private pool villas, touched by the sublime beauty of white powdery sand, opalescent oceans and lush green hills. This luxury resort, like a garrison town, offers its guests impeccable service and a mind-blowing array of amenities, including the largest swimming pool in the Seychelles.
- Villas from 125 sq m
At 125 square meters, even the smallest garden villas are huge. They then move up through Bay view, Ocean view, Pool and Panoramic Villas to the largest, the two-bedroom, two-bathroom Royal Beachfront Villa, which also features spacious living and dining areas.
Each villa features modern interiors and light design, including a bedroom filled with natural daylight, a bath strategically positioned to maximize views, and an outdoor pavilion with a private pool. Tucked away among the island s lush tropical vegetation, the tranquil garden villas are ideal for those seeking peace and privacy.
Start your day at Losean Restaurant with a tempting classic breakfast - from fruits and cereals to pastries, continental meats and cheeses, plus live noodles and eggs cooked to order. As evening falls, the restaurant becomes an elegant dining setting, with tables both inside and outside in the gardens, lit by candles and accompanied by the sounds of the sea.
A gastronomic journey at Curieuse through India, China and Southeast Asia, headed by Chef Sunil Dutt, is the only Asian restaurant in Seychelles. The menu, filled with oriental spices and aromatic ingredients, ranges from Thai salads and hot sour soup to Indian curries and traditional Chinese stir-fries.
Danzil Restaurant, named after the local cape, serves beautifully crafted drinks with a backdrop inspiring ocean views. Featuring a rich selection of fine wines, rums, spirits and expertly crafted tropical cocktails.
Steps from Anse Takamaka s shoreline and amidst stunning surroundings, Raffles Spa offers wellness treatments in outdoor pavilions with breathtaking views of the blue ocean, tropical gardens and impressive granite boulders.