At the end of the sandy sweep of the Côte d'Or on Praslin's north-east shore, and above the secluded beach of Anse Gouvernement, Hotel L'Archipel is an old-school hotel reminiscent of the island's colonial past. Built in 1987 by its Seychellois owner, Louis D'Offay, the hotel's peppermint-painted buildings, panoramic views and colourfully planted gardens lend it a distinctly tropical feel. With a more formal vibe than many of the island's other properties, it attracts a slightly older, European crowd and a smattering of honeymooners.
Our view of Hotel L'Archipel
Hotel L'Archipel has an enviably lovely location and plenty of space, and aside from the Superior rooms, the accommodation has been beautifully thought out. If you are looking for a fairly classic island experience, with a touch of understated elegance, Hotel L'Archipel is a very good option on Praslin.
Hotel L'Archipel: Traveller ratings
The Hotel L’Archipel is located in the North-East region of Praslin, tucked away in the tropical hillside garden.