Constance Hotels and Resorts is a Mauritian group which owns and manages seven luxury hotels in idyllic destinations of the Indian Ocean: Mauritius, Seychelles, Maldives and Madagascar. From the luxurious glamour to the Robin Crusoe getaway, Constance Hotels and Resorts offers a variety of services that meet all the requirements. Each 5-star property has its own personality thanks to a unique architecture which enables a total integration in the natural scenery.
Constance Hotels and Resorts proposes customised and warm services, epicurean experiences for gourmets and wine lovers, and wellness treatment at the Spas.
Constance Hotels and Resorts manages two 18-hole golf courses in Mauritius and a unique 18-hole golf course in Seychelles.
The excellence of Constance Hotels and Resorts’ services illustrates the passion of its staff for the authentic welcoming attitude specific to the Indian Ocean.
Constance Lémuria is one of the Ultimate Hotel Experience in Seychelles by Constance Hotels & Resorts. A secluded luxury hotel offering the refined beach living. Constance Lémuria is a deluxe hotel on Praslin Island’s northwest coast, edged by three stunning beaches and set in 101 hectares of forest. It’s premium luxury holidaying, with excellent suites and villas, fine cuisine, and a gorgeous romantic setting. The ambience is refined yet relaxed, and the island’s most beautiful beach, Anse Georgette, is just a short stroll away. Accommodation and Architecture There are 105 suites and villas, made up of 88 Junior Suites at 52m², eight Senior Suites at 115m², eight 2-bedroom Villas with private pools at 725m², and one Presidential Villa, with three bedrooms and private pools spread over 1,250 m². The hotel is a well-spaced collection of low-rise thatched buildings, spread over several levels to accommodate existing rocks, tress and terrain. Many areas, like the Seahorse Restaurant and the Beach Bar and Grill, make great use of the existing trademark boulders and hillocks. Pool decking is dark wood. Rooms are richly furnished in a cool colonial style, using wooden furniture and blinds, rattan chairs, and wooden crafts.