Raffles Praslin Seychelles comprises an astounding collection of 86 private luxury villas, each boasting its own private plunge pool and expansive outdoor deck. Positioned hillside, the view from every villa is filled with pure azure ocean and lush emerald foliage. The spacious floorplan takes full advantage of the view, keeping all of the focus on the floor-to-ceiling windows that open to allow the ocean ambiance to permeate the space. Should the surrounding beauty inspire your creativity, each villa also includes an easel, sketch pad, and yoga mat for practice. Time spent outdoors is just as enjoyable, with private dining possible in the shade of the villa’s pavilion and a splash in the plunge pool or outdoor rain shower keeping you cool and refreshed.
Expanded living space and kitchen facilities are the features of the One- and Two-Bedroom Villas at Raffles Praslin Seychelles. Designed for larger groups and families, these villas feel like your own private beach house in paradise—yours is of course enhanced with a private outdoor grill and includes the thoughtful Raffles butler service to attend to every need.
The dining options at the resort are varied and celebrate the local Creole cuisine while pleasing palates with internationally-inspired gourmet dishes. An array of spa services at Raffles Spa redefine pampering, and the fitness activities can include sunrise jogs, yoga and Pilates practice, and rejuvenating beachside stretching sessions.
Beyond the resort the beauty of Seychelles is yours to explore. The resort is set on Anse Takamaka Beach with 500-plus yards facing the ocean and meant for lounging and embarking on water activities. Consistently included on lists of best beaches of the world, the sands of Anze Lazio are also within easy access of Raffles Praslin Seychelles. Snorkeling, boating excursions, and even crab hunting can occupy your beach time.
The youngest discerning travelers are kept engaged and entertained by the activities of the Sugar Palm Kids’ Club. A daily changing program opens their eyes to the culture and wildlife of Seychelles and Praslin Island in inventive ways.