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Why we like it
- L'Archipel is located on the north east side of Praslin at the end of the beautiful famous Côte d'Or bay, in a colourful tropical garden
- Only 30 rooms and suites which are all spacious, with a sea view, air conditioning and a terrace
- There are two restaurants and a beach bar to discover the local creole cuisine and the fabulous freshly caught seafood
- Facilities include a swimming pool, a selection of non-motorised water sports including fishing and sailing
- A perfect hotel choice for guests looking to have a relaxed Seychellois experience and to discover Praslin and the surrounding islands
Start your day with a leisurely breakfast on your own terrace taking in the panoramic view over the bay.
I thought Lisa Kowalkowski was so helpful. Booking with A&K was a delight and we will for sure be doing it again. Lisa was knowledgeable, prompt and with such a wonderful customer facing demeanour. Thanks a million. We are really looking forward to our holiday.
- RR, London
The dining options at the hotel offer stunning views as well as fantastic cuisine. The head chef, taught his trade by a famous French chef, has used his experience and knowledge to accent the food with iconic creole flavours. There is also an authentic creole menu once a week.
L'Archipel is an excellent base, hire a bicycle or car and discover the rest of the island, visit the prehistoric vegetation of 'Vallée de Mai' National Park where you shall discover The Coco de Mer, with its distinctive and unusually shaped nut and La Digue is 30 minute boat ride away. Discover this island at your own pace with either an ox-cart or a bicycle a great way to spend a day as well as being the best opportunity to see the Giant Tortoise. Water temperature is around 28°C all year round.
GMT +4 hours
Not required for UK passport holders
Yellow fever if arriving from an endemic area
Best time to travel
March - November
The islands of the Seychelles enjoy a year-round warm tropical climate, generally governed by two opposing trade winds. The south-easterly trades blow from May to September bringing drier and windier conditions ideal for sailing. From October to March the gentler north-west trades provide calmer seas but a higher chance of refreshing showers. Scuba divers will find April, May, October and November have the warmest seas and visibility is often 30 metres plus