Le Bonheur Villa
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Le Bonheur Villa Mahe Island
Travel Blogs from Mahe Island
I'm sad today because it is my very last hours in the Seychelles. No more beautiful beaches and mountain hikes to wonderful views. I really enjoyed staying in the four season’s hotel it beats staying at home. I really hope the school group enjoyed their stay as well. I thoroughly enjoyed the activities held over the days they were awesome I’m going to miss the ...
... sure I will sleep well tonight!
The room is quite a decent size and the double bed is really comfortable. There is a 22 inch plasma screen television, an ensuite bathroom and even free Wi-Fi - I feel lucky. I know from my research that there is a pool and an outdoor eating area somewhere on the site, so I know I'm going to enjoy my stay!
Le Jarden des Palmes would be suitable for a school group. Not only ...
... fringed by calm turquoise shallows and abundant marine life. With no direct coastal road, access, this park retains its exclusivity and natural beauty. It supports an interesting combination of coastal habitats comprising mangroves, sandy shores, rocky shores, sea grass beds and coral reefs. This park provides an exhilarating experience with possibilities for spotting whale sharks, dolphins and sea turtles. The seagrass beds at the north side ...
... the city, it is also central to many other famous tourist attractions. The hotel has a clean, modern look and the rooms are great. I have a deluxe hotel sweet room with floor to ceiling windows that give me a great view of the beaches and beautiful forest surroundings. More modern facilities than I expected for this older part of Mahe - including an ensuite bathroom, a 37-inch LCD flat-screen television, free Wi-Fi and tea and coffee making facilities. It's ...
... halfway out in the middle of the bay – right about where you lose the shallow bits and get into some serious water. Finally got my camera and the long lens to look and it was actually a person. He was wading in a very large circle around the bay. And just as I was looking at him, my hubby goes – “Look, a fruit bat” and I saw him fly past but not quick enough to get a photo. Supposedly there are a lot of them around but ...