Coral Strand Hotel

The Coral Strand Hotel has everything for a comfortable and enjoyable vacation: cozy guest rooms with private balconies, restaurants with an extensive selection of items and entertainment and activities for all tastes. Located along the popular Beau Vallon Beach, the hotel is among Seychelles' original hotels, offering affordable beachfront accommodation across 164 rooms mostly with ocean views.

Start your day with an ocean view breakfast at Island Trader Restaurant. Dine at the gourmet Mahek Restaurant, servicing authentic Indian cuisine, or visit Coral Asia Restaurant, renowned for the best sushi and sashimi in the Seychelles. The Ocean Deck Bar offers the best sunset views over the ocean. What is worth visiting the Seychelles for is the experience. Bright sun, azure ocean, beautiful beaches, fresh seafood, unique fauna, and flora - that is what your dream vacation at one of the best resorts on Mahé looks like.

The simple and uncluttered design of our guest rooms invites you to unwind after an active day spent outdoors. Balconies and terraces offer breathtaking views of the green hills of Mahe Island or the vast Indian Ocean.

6 room types: Coral Standard, Coral Classic Ocean View, Silhouette Honeymoon Room, Superior, Superior Ocean View and Penthouse Suite.

All the guest rooms are equipped with flat-screen TV with international TV channels, Wi-Fi, individual air-conditioning, shower, hairdryer and bathroom amenities.


Silhouette Honeymoon 



The Hotel has a swimming pool with a bar, an observation deck with spectacular view on the starry sky and a variety of leisure activities are available for the guests of any age.

Water sports in Seychelles

The list of Seychelles activities is very long as many travelers come here not only for lounging on white-sand beaches. There is an abundant offering of water sports operators and you can rent equipment for diving, fishing or surfing almost everywhere!


The beaches of Seychelles are not particularly famous for its high waves and that fact makes it perfect for the beginners. The best months for surfing are from May to October when the south-east trade winds drive stronger more consistent swell to Mahe and Praslin Islands. Other kinds of surfing, such as SUP-surfing, kite surfing and windsurfing are also popular in Seychelles.


Seychelles flora and fauna are amazing not only on land but also underwater. Diving is a great chance to explore the incredible world of the Indian Ocean. Even if you are not an experienced diver, you can try it here for the first time. On the islands there are many diving instructors who will conduct top-rated classes for you. The unique underwater world of colourful corals and fishes will leave you breathless with around a hundred types of corals, 900 types of fish, turtles and stingrays. The bottom of the Indian Ocean in Seychelles is one of the most interesting in the world. The best places for diving in Seychelles are off the Islands of Mahe, Desroches and St. Anne. The best period for this activity starts in April and lasts till November.


This type of activity is good for those who are not yet ready for scuba diving. Snorkel spots are almost everywhere in Seychelles: most of them are on Mahe, Praslin, Silhoutte, Curieuse and St. Anne islands with equipment rental from any hotel. The most favorable time for snorkeling is from October to January.


Seychelles fishing is a great adventure for beginners and experienced anglers. The waters of the Indian Ocean teem with fish so there is no need to go far from the coast for a big catch. You can book a guided fishing tour fully equipped with the latest modern fishing gear. In Seychelles you can catch tuna, barracuda, dogfish and even blue marlin. Fishing here is good all year round.


This kind of sport has lately gained its popularity due to its Eco friendliness. Kayaking is a great way to explore the most beautiful bays and enjoy the unity with nature. The best time for kayaking is from April to May and from October to November.


Sailing from island to island you will enjoy pristine beauty and the witness the uniqueness of the Seychelles nature. This experience will be inspiring for all ages. It`s better to choose the inner islands for sailing to avoid coral reefs. The best time for sailing varies from December to March and from May to September.

St Anne Marine National Park
The first marine park in the Indian ocean is located on the east coast of Mahe Island and consists of 5 islands: St Anne, Ile aux Cerfs, Ile Ronde, Ile Moyenne and Ile Longue. This is one of the best spots for snorkeling, diving or a glass bottom boat excursion, allowing you to leisurely discover the underwater world of the Seychelles.