Acajou Beach Resort

Acajou Beach Resort

Welcome to Acajou Beach Resort.

Stay at the Acajou Beach Resort of Seychelles, for an eco-friendly holiday right on the beachfront of Praslin’s beautiful Cote D’or.
Acajou Beach Resort is best described as a place of balance.

The Acajou Beach Resort is a Seychellois-owned tourism establishment along the Cote D’Or beachfront on the northern coast of Praslin, the second-largest island in the Seychelles archipelago.

“Praslin’s green hotel” features 52 units across five different room categories, offering visitors comfortable beachfront accommodation in a setting of natural, rustic elegance, while maintaining modern eco-friendly facilities and practices.

The property opened in 1996 as the Acajou Hotel, the name being the French word for “mahogany,” in a nod to the natural wood-and-timber themed design of its original rooms.

On Praslin Island in the Seychelles archipelago, one of the few remaining havens on earth that’s retained a sense of harmony between nature and modernity, we’ve strived to create a place that’s equally in tune with its surroundings.

Acajou is among those Seychelles hotels built with nature in mind – not on top of where nature used to be.

Acajou Beach Resort Photos

Along the beachfront of Cote D’Or, a 2.5 kilometre stretch of white sand and calm waters all year-round, our guests enjoy tropical gardens, shade from Takamaka trees far older than any of our residents, and the original coastal vegetation that’s gone unchanged for centuries.

During a stay with us, you’ll experience comfortable rooms with elegant décor, exquisitely authentic cuisine, and a location on one of the world’s most beautiful beaches, with colours and contrasts that no postcard can match. 

From there, you’ll discover unique species found nowhere else, and the UNESCO world heritage site famed for being the original Garden of Eden: the Vallée de Mai.

But what you’ll take away may be something else: a touch of satisfaction…for choosing an establishment committed to its environment. A feeling of belonging…to nature itself, and the responsibility that goes with protecting it.

And hopefully, a sense of balance…the kind that may only come from the very place where, some say, life first began.

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