Coco De Mer Hotel & Black Parrot Suites | Seychelles

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Beauty, peace, tranquillity and surrounded by nature, Coco De Mer Hotel is named after the unique palm tree which, although extremely rare, can be found in abundance in the surrounding tropical forests. Adjacent to the main hotel, the Junior Suite Wing, Black Parrot Suites, is perched on an impressive granite rock out-crop offering magnificent views of the surrounding ocean.


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At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel
  • 4 Star
  • 52 Rooms



Spacious, modern and comfortable rooms are open and airy, overlooking the sea. Superior Rooms have wooden terraces, leading out as an extension to the room; each private deck allows a sense of space and total privacy. For a truly special Seychellois experience, choose a Junior Suite finished with modern amenities and luxurious touches.



Clad in wood, black slate and ivory tiles and trimmed with copper, The Mango Terrace Bar and Restaurant offers casual poolside dining and delicious a la carte menus. Dine on traditional Creole cuisine, mouthwatering barbecues, themed buffets and Table D'hôte menus at The Hibiscus Restaurant then relax with a nightcap at The Coconut Bar, a trendy area serving tropical cocktails.



Flanked by several small, private beaches forming part of the large bay at Anse Bois de Rose, there are plenty of sunbathing areas on the beach, by the pools or in a palm tree strung hammock. The two magnificent pools, one in the shape of a Coco de Mer overlooking the Indian Ocean and the other perched on a granite outcrop with a 270 degree view of the ocean at the Black Parrot Suites. The complimentary shuttle bus to Anse Lazio and the hotel's bicycles allow guests to explore the many private sandy beaches and coves that dot this coastline.


Getting There

Arrival Airport

Seychelles International Airport


Approximately 15 minutes by plane or 45 minutes by speedboat from Mahé


Praslin is usually dryer than Mahé and cools slightly from June to September. The winds during this time can also make the waters choppy for swimming, snorkelling and diving. April, May, October and November are normally calm and windless and are perfect for those looking to escape the high-season crowds. However, the temperature usually remains above 20°C all year.