Beauty, safety, peace, tranquility and quality, surrounded by nature and named after the unique Coco de Mer Palm tree which, although extremely rare, occurs in abundance in the tropical forests surrounding the property.
A serene boutique hotel set upon a granite outcrop surrounded by lush foliage overlooking the ocean. Utilising natural stone and dark wood, the main building of Coco De Mer blends with its beautifully rugged surroundings, giving the hotel a hideaway feel.
Set on the promontory away from the main hotel, the exclusive Black Parrot Suites come complete with a private lounge, bar and pool - perfect if you're looking for a luxurious escape.
The hotel offers great cuisine, from delicious international fare to traditional Seychellois delights. Here you'll find an all-day dining venue, à la carte grill and colourful cocktails. The Waterfront Spa offers panoramic views of the ocean where you can indulge in some signature treatments as you breathe in the enticing aroma of orange and cinnamon.
The two magnificent pools, one in the unique shape of a Coco de Mer, overlook the Indian Ocean and the other - perched on a granite outcrop with a 270 degree view of the ocean - at the Black Parrot Junior Suites.
This modern four star hotel lies in over 200 acres of natural beauty on the edge of the Indian Ocean. Spacious grounds, comfortable rooms, private location and a friendly atmosphere offering spectacular views of the surrounding islands, forested mountainsides and glorious sunsets.
Coco de Mer Resort offers casual poolside dining, mouthwatering a la carte lunch and dinner menus and private dining decks. Guests can indulge in full English Breakfasts, International & Creole cuisine or barbecues as well as themed buffets and Table D'Hote menus.
The Mango Terrace - A la carte lunches and dinner served poolside overlooking the ocean
The Hibiscus - Private, wooden dining decks over a trickling stream
Bars & Lounges
Mango Terrace Bar - flanked by a wall of coconut tree trunks, giving one a feel of the tropics
Situated in the beautiful Indian Ocean the Coco de Mer commands a wonderful location right on the beach
Flanked by several small, private beaches forming part of the large bay at Anse Bois de Rose. Prevailing winds and tides can cause a buildup of seaweed during certain times of the year (typically, from time to time during the May to October period), however, guests always have access to ample sun-bathing areas; large sand-terraces; palm tree strung hammocks, and sun loungers.
For experiencing other natural wonders of Praslin, the hotel has its own nature trail with guided walks and remember to look out for brightly coloured birds; the black parrot, Madagascar fody and Indian myna bird are regularly seen in the trees, while tropical fruit bats fly high above the ground from sunset until dawn.
A courtesy bus also runs daily to the beautiful Anse Lazio Beach if you feel that you need a change of scenery
From November to end of January turtles come onto the beaches to lay their eggs. It is breathtaking to watch. The rest of the year you might be lucky enough to see the turtles as they come-up for air along the coast.
Fish feeding takes place every morning around 9am on the Fisherman's Wharf. Here you will see a myriad of fishes in all colours and sizes come to eat.
Black Parrot Junior Suites are the accommodations situated in the adult only area. These are very luxurious and set apart from the main hotel in terms of distance and superior facilities and furnishings