A magical place to revive the senses
Situated by two of the most beautiful beaches on the island of Mahé, overlooking the Marine National Park of Port Launay. A unique location where blissful holidays are spent around lush vegetation, while the sweet scented frangipani and the topaz water instil a soothing feeling.
A contemporary resort within a serene spa village to revive your senses.
Why we love Constance Ephelia
The beaches… and here you have two beautiful ones to choose from and you are nearby to several famous diving spots.
The rooms… each one tranquil and serene in its setting.
You will feel like you are in your own spa, calm, peaceful and utterly relaxed.
Choose a room that suits your needs, whether it’s one of the magnificent Junior Suites or the unique Presidential Villa. Feast on delicious dishes and cocktails while marvelling at the deep blue of the Indian Ocean with a private dinner on the beach or in one of the restaurants.
Pamper yourself and choose from a canopy of treatments at the Constance Spa while your kids are having their share of adventures and fun at Constance Kids Club.
You also have the choice of eleven restaurants and bars. Corossal is the main restaurant offering breakfast and dinner with world wide cuisine. Helios is a casual chic restaurant offering a Mediterranean buffet and is situated at the South beach. Adam & Eve is embedded in a nature loving structure and embraces the four elements water, air, earth and fire. Cyann is unique in its concept and design, offering a beautiful view over Port Launay Marine Park, here you will enjoy a selection of signature dishes of French culinary. Seselwa is an all-day a la carte restaurant facing the gorgeous North Beach. Then of course you have a number of bars to choose from where you will find your favourite cocktail, tropical slushie or tipple.
The Seychelles has excellent weather for outdoor activities and Constance Ephélia offers complimentary tennis, squash, bike hire, pedal boating, windsurfing and kayaking. No holiday in the Indian Ocean is complete without exploring the world beneath the turquoise water. The clear visibility in the magnificent Port Launay Marine Park allow guests to discover famous dive sites close to the hotel.
What to do
One of the most popular things to experience whilst in the Seychelles is to see a turtle laying her eggs, or a bundle of turtle hatchlings emerging from their nest and making their way to ocean. Probably one of the most rewarding and privileged experiences you may ever have. Turtles here are a protected species and still considered endangered.