60 Creole-style villas artfully span across a lush plantation setting create a contemporary island culture. The intention was to redefine Seychellois architecture by drawing on colonial French and English designs. Villas are crafted with high, sloping ceilings, airy verandas and louvred doors to exude an air of erstwhile colonialism.
Eclectic villa interiors that include bold touches of ethnic woven textiles and an air of intimacy can be found throughout the resort, beautifully reflecting the bygone plantation lifestyle of easy opulence. Walk through art pieces evocative of the island's legendary Coco-De-Mer, woven textiles steeped in island ethnic history and nauiloidea motifs.