Set at only a hundred metres distance from the white sand beach Cote d'Or, nestling amidst a sea of blossoming orchids, the Le Duc Hotel is located in the north-east of Praslin.
Le Duc de Praslin is something quiet special: In 2000 and 2003 it was awarded the title “best small hotel on the Sychelles”. Reopened in 2008 after extensive renovations, the Le Duc once again radiates modern chic and elegance, easily ranking as the best 4-star hotel on the Seychelles.
Of course, you culinary well-being
read more »
has been taken perfect care of: the Le Duc de Prasline offers no less than two gourmet restaurants. The Le Dauphin and the Café des Arts take you a culinary trip that pleases the eyes and charms the palate.
The Café de Arts is set directly on the immaculate beach and specialises in seafood delicacies. Every meals is generously seasoned with an ocean view and perfect service.
The Le Dauphin is the Duc de Praslin's main restaurant. It nestles amidst the lush, tropical gardens that house more than one hundred species of orchids and ancient tortoise that slowly heave their bulk from one end to the other.
A remarkable detail: a fish pond runs through the middle of the Dauphin restaurant. Settle down to the exotic aromas of the Creole cuisine and rest your eyes on the magnificent surroundings and bright, blue ocean.
A delicious meals is best followed by a cocktail mixed to perfection. Sip the exotic blends of fresh fruits and fine liquor either at the pool or the beach bar. And on a special occasion, why not surprise your loved one with a romantic candlelight dinner for two directly by the large pool with just the stars and the murmur of the ocean for company.
It is almost needless to say that the Duc de Praslin also offers its distinguished guests a vast selection of sports and activity options. The sport centres at the neighbouring hotels Paradise Sun and Berjaya Praslin Resort may be used free of charge.
And at no more than four kilometres distance, you will find the world-famous Vallée de Mai, home of the Coco de Mer, the Seychelles' unique palm tree and the rare black parrots. Moreover, the Vallée de Mar is set on Anse Lazio, which claims to be the Seychelles' most beautiful beach.
And certainly, Anse Lazio has to be experienced: Crush the warm, soft sand between your naked toes and taste the salt on the air. Pictures and words can hardly do this magic place justice. Lined by nodding palm trees and rough granite rocks, the beach slopes gently down to embrace the crystal-clear, blue water - perfect for a splash.
The Le Duc de Praslin has everything for a memorable holiday on the Seychelles and more. Enjoy the cosy flair, supreme natural beauty, refined elegance and serene tranquillity. Welcome!
« show less