New Chapter for Kempinski Seychelles Resort Baie Lazare

Two-year transformation breathes new life into iconic beachside property

Kempinski Resort Seychelles | Copyright Kempinski Hotels

Following a two-year transformation that has added new vim and vigour to almost every part of the resort, the 12-year-old Kempinski Seychelles Resort Baie Lazare has evolved with the times to cater to the needs of the most discerning luxury travellers.

From the rooms and suites to public areas, dining experiences and immersive guest experiences that create meaningful encounters with Seychellois culture and nature, every aspect of the resort has been made over. Upgraded guest rooms, fresh-faced public areas and a raft of new experiences focused on local culture and cuisine will now immerse guests in the Seychellois spirit.

Kempinski Resort Seychelles, Bedroo | Copyright, Kempinski Hotels

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Every room and suite at Kempinski Seychelles Resort Baie Lazare has been meticulous refreshed, breathing new energy into the collection of bright and airy abodes, which open up onto emerald landscapes and azure sea views. A new category of 80 square metre Family Rooms with direct beach access are ideal for stress-free holidays, comprising two adjoining rooms with canopy beds and en suite bathrooms, and a living area and beachfront patio.

Designed to infuse vibrant local culture into the resort experience, a collection of new encounters and workshops put guests in the heart of the action. From interactive traditional Moutya dance performances and Creole cooking classes to learning how to craft the perfect cocktail using rum distilled on the island, there is something for all ages and interests.

Kempinski Resort Seychelles, Windsong Restaurant | Copyright: Kempinski Hotels

Designed in the style of a plantation dining room, with bright displays of tropical fruit and a Kids Corner for junior diners, Café Lazare has introduced themed evenings that take diners on a culinary journey around the world. Le Petit Chef is a theatrical dining experience where a gastronomic tasting menu is guided by a six-centimetre-tall virtual chef, rendered using 3D mapping technology on the tabletop, while Planters Bar & Lounge has live local entertainment and creative cocktails. Beachfront restaurant Windsong serves up delectable seafood and Creole specialities like Kari Zourit, set to the spectacular backdrop of the Indian Ocean, while new barefoot beachfront Kalou Bar is the place to be for laid-back island vibes.

Kempinski Resort Seychelles | Copyright: Kempinski Hotels

New treatment menus at Kempinski The Spa now feature locally sourced organic products, while the new-look gym and fitness centre boasts floodlit tennis and padel courts for after-hours tournaments.

The recent addition of new solar panels helped Kempinski Seychelles Resort Baie Lazare to achieve EarthCheck Gold certification in November, adding to initiatives designed to reduce water consumption, safeguard the welfare of the Seychelles’ famed giant tortoises and a reef restoration project launched in partnership with marine education and conservation specialist WiseOceans.

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