A world of seaside olive trees, marble, palms & beach coves
Nourish all your senses in this beautiful, five star secluded paradise. Elegantly nestled in its surroundings, empty white sandy beaches co-exist with lush flora and fauna, including a turtle sanctuary. Play on the only 18-hole golf course of the Seychelles. Balance indulgence with perfect simplicity and room to breathe
Escape to a lush oasis of tropical refinement. To create a cocoon of luxury amidst vibrant nature, materials such as wood, stone, pink granite, marble and thatch palm has been beautifully used to create a modern yet warm feel at Constance Lemuria.
Seychellois' flavours can be savoured in all the restaurants and bars of the hotel; the warmth can be felt in all the suites and villas. A focal point of the resort is the multi-level pool; flanked by swaying palms, its relaxation deck sports plenty of comfy loungers for lazing in the sun.
Scattered throughout the grounds to create a feeling of peaceful seclusion, palm-thatched Junior Suites lie just metres from the shore and afford some fabulous ocean views. Senior Suites offer a Jacuzzi in the bathroom and additional living and relaxation space. Beachside Villas boast their own private garden and swimming pool and enjoy a Villa Master, charged with looking after each guest's every need.
The hotel has recently undergone an extensive refurbishment, freshening up all of the main areas and suites with a colourful new look and feel.
World-class dining includes barefoot lunches at the understated Takamaka beach restaurant, where the chef prepares sushi with a Seychellois twist; fresh Creole-style seafood at The Nest, set out on the peninsula; and modern Mediterranean flavours at Diva, where there's a new destination dining wine cellar. Most of the restaurants have an accompanying bar. The Nest bar has stunning views over Grande Anse and Petite Anse Kerlan beaches and try the chilled-out Huna bar with its creative cocktail list.
With its superb coastal location, conditions are ideal for sailing and windsurfing. Explore the brilliant hues of the granite reef marine life, or perhaps join an organised diving expedition to offshore waters that are home to historic sunken wrecks.
Between October and February every year, turtles come and lay their eggs upon the beautiful Grand Anse Kerlan beach. Accompany one of Constance Lémuria's turtle experts and observe these beautiful creatures as they emerge from the sea and struggle up the beach to lay their eggs, before returning to the safety of the water