About the Resort
Located at the quiet-end of a 2km stretch of white coral-crushed sand on Praslin Island and bordered by granite boulders, Paradise Sun’s collection of charming ocean facing French-Creole bungalows peek out from tropical flowering gardens. The turquoise horizon is interrupted only by the postcard beauty of St Pierre Island and the occasional sailing boat. While barefoot relaxation is encouraged, the unique Seychelles forests, an archipelago of 115 islands home to hawksbill turtles and giant tortoises, the clear waters of famous dive sites, the world’s best beaches, as well as the Coco de Mer and Moutya dancers, time is well-spent here whatever you choose.
Superior rooms – 32m² – 2 Adults & 1 infant
Deluxe Rooms – 42m² – 2 Adults & 2 children
Restaurants & Bars
St Pierre Beach restaurant
There are restaurants on the beach, and then there are beaches in the restaurant! Sand underfoot, the ocean lapping at the side, 180 degrees of stunning aquamarine ocean and paper-white sand views are all complemented by an à la carte lunch menu of island-fresh Creole dishes and familiar-favourites with a tropical-twist. Evening themed buffets change throughout the week but every night you will find a great variety of international cuisine as well as home favourites made with seasonal local ingredients and exciting flavours. Live music from local bands, interactive cooking stations, cocktails, wines and local rum as well as fruit juices and mock-tails complete the St Pierre Beach Restaurant experience.
Bar at St Pierre Beach restaurant
Cocktails and sunbeds are one of their favourite pairings! The bar at St Pierre Beach Restaurant makes the most of fresh fruit juices and garnishes, like mint from the garden and fresh coconut water from the island. Cocktail classics like mojitos and margaritas tempt alongside Seychelles style signatures. Partake in a taste of Praslin with their ‘‘Zanzam’ which lives up to its name (the creole name for ginger) and muddles Takamaka vodka, fresh lemongrass and ginger, with vanilla syrup and ginger ale, or a Creole Pti Ponche which mixes Seychelles Takamaka Rum, with caramel syrup, fresh lime juice and sugar.
Activities & Facilities
Non-Motorized Water Sports – Kayaking – Snorkelling – Recreation Centre – Stand Up Paddling – Swimming Pool – Volleyball – Table Tennis – Board Games – Nature Walks Every Monday and Friday – Sunset Cruise Every Wednesday
Activities at Extra Cost
Using natural organic ingredients gathered from the forests and bays of the Seychelles with massage and body conditioning techniques by Balinese-style trained therapists in a quiet corner of their tropical gardens. In case you need even more than sun-kissed skin, warm ocean swims and tropical warmth, the spa will ensure a new state of relaxation. Harmonising ancient Chinese medicine philosophies with skilled therapists, the Paradise Sun Spa focuses on relaxation and rejuvenation helping to ease tension in muscles and in the mind. The spa is located away from the bungalows deep within the gardens, for privacy and quiet, where soft music within the treatment rooms is only interrupted by birdsong and the natural soundtrack of Praslin.
You might be content with the sun lounger and a cocktail, but the kids might need a little more stimulation. A child-friendly pool as well as snorkel masks, table tennis, volleyball and football are available for them to entertain themselves. A planned calendar of weekly kid’s activities is also available. Baby Sitting available at extra cost.