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Anse Soleil Beachcomber
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Reviewed 23 March 2010

We know the Seychelles well & always try to spend the last few days on Mahe to make our return journey easy. We found Anse Soleil this year & loved it. Small, lovely quiet location, excellent beach with good snorkelling right off the beach (coral is showing signs of recovery now), good food & friendly service. We stayed in one of the new delux rooms which were really well set up & spacious. The hotel has a casual charm that welcomes you immediately. It is a little remote & you will need a car if you want to go anywhere. But that's easy as the cars are on site with flexible hire options. We will return & are happy to recommend this hotel as a little escape from the world.

  • Stayed: March 2010, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank andmarCornwall_
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Reviewed 18 March 2010

We only had 2 nights in Mahe and we are so glad we stayed at Anse Soleil Beachcomber. We did a lot of research before deciding on this hotel and it ticks all the boxes of our wants.

We had wanted to stay in a small hotel with a real Seychellois feel. The location of the hotel is also very important for us – we wanted one which is situated on a stunning beach and also be surrounded by lots of greens. It must be away from any kind of water sports and loud music but close to where the locals live. Preferably, it should also offer us good dining option if we choose to eat in after a tiring day out from exploring the island.

Anse Soleil Beachcomber offers us all the above and much more. Upon our arrival by taxi from the jetty (about 40 minutes’ drive and at a cost of EUR 40!!), we were shown to our room with an awesome view (the Superior Room No. 10), which we later found out from Lonely Planet to be one of its room with the best setting. Our room is very secluded, situated ideally at a quiet corner and is literally built above the sea amongst solid, huge rocks. We fell asleep each night listening to the waves splashing on the rocks and woke up to calls of birds from the surrounding greens.

Our room is well cleaned, huge in size, with a sitting room, TV, mini fridge and complimentary tea, coffee and milk. It has a small terrace with a table and chairs for us to enjoy our coffee and the amazing view. The local staffs are all friendly, charming and polite. We could also get free wi-fi at its lobby and dining areas using our own laptop.

We had dinner at its restaurant on our first night and enjoyed the local dishes very much, specially the fresh fish! We find the prices for their food and alcohol to be very reasonable by local standards.

We went to the nearby Maria’s Rock Caféteria for our dinner on our second night and it turned out to be a totally awful experience for us. For the same price we had paid for the dinner at our hotel, we were served only with about 1/3 of the portion of food. The service was very slow and poor, the food was very bland and the staffs were unsmiling and lazy.

We hired a car from the hotel and found the price to be EUR15 cheaper than that offered to us by another company. Alison, the owner of the hotel, was very flexible with the terms of our rental. We were allowed to drive ourselves to the airport and leave the car there without having to pay the usual one-way fee so often imposed by car rental companies. Driving around Mahe was a real pleasure and due to the location of this hotel, you definitely need a car to get around!

We will definitely recommend this wonderful hotel to others and should we ever return to Mahe again, we will surely book its Room No. 10 months in advance!!

  • Stayed: March 2010, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank Hannisze
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Reviewed 18 December 2009

This is a gem of a hotel in a fantastic location. Rooms overlooking the fantastic sea and beach, one of the nicest beaches we've seen in the Seychelles.
This hotel is very quiet and ideal for those wishing full relaxation, staff very friendly and welcoming. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay.

  • Stayed: November 2009, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank TaffyapplesWales
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Reviewed 27 October 2009

This place is truly beautiful and authentic. We stayed here for 5 nights and then 3 nights at a 5 star hotel down the road. We had a MUCH BETTER time at Anse Soleil. The beach was better. The service from Monique & Natacha was second to none. Lovely ladies. Our room overlooked the beach. Ok so it wasnt a luxury room but we spent most of our time on the beach anyway.

  • Stayed: October 2009, travelled as a couple
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6  Thank wimbledon_kiwi
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Reviewed 15 September 2009

I chose this hotel because I wanted an authentic, low key small hotel in a beautiful natural location. The hotel is very relaxed and has rustic, holiday decor made out of local materials. It has a boho feel. Don't expect five star luxury because thankfully there is nothing to distract you from the breathtaking location and beach. It is not a London Boutique hotel by the beach. This gives you a real feel for the Seychelles as because it is small the staff are very personable. Monique is a fantastic lady and the owner is also very helpful. We stayed in a standard room which gave us a view of the whole beach. It was extremely clean and kept lovely by the hard working cleaning lady who placed lovely tropical flowers in the room each day. Eating Options: The beachcomber restaurant does creole food and I had a great fish curry there. Breakfast is fairly basic just fruit, toast and eggs but fine. The eggs have great flavour so I did not mind having different variations each day. The coffee is very good. We hired a car some days and so ate at the really good, Chez Plume, The Anchor, Eclipse,Marie Antionette, Sundance cafe, Al Mare, Eden, Chez Baptista and Rendevous in Victoria. We stayed for twelve days at Beachcomber and two days in the North. We were not bored once at Beachcomber as there were beautiful walks, artists studios, Maria's cafe with cool sculptures and decor ,secluded coves near by. When we hired a car we toured other beaches on the west and east coasts which were also stunning. The hotel is in a fairly isolated setting however the Four Seasons has according to locals changed the natural habitat. There is construction work going on due to Four Seasons but once you are down the track and at beachcomber the only noise you hear is the birds and sea. The Four Seasons ships in trucks of Asian workers daily from their wooden barracks to build more villas. It is important that this hotel, beachcomber is locally owned and to support it, as there are plans from investors to build other huge hotels. The impact on the natural environment will not be a good one. People are very friendly and make a point of acknowledging you. They seem genuinely keen to help you with always a lovely smile. The staff at Beachcomber are delightful and it was a nice place to be. A tip if you consider the Kuoni tour of Praslin and La Digue you will do a lot in one day and it feels rushed. Much better to visit islands on separate days. And Monique I am now working hard, honest!! But I wish I was still there.

  • Stayed: September 2009, travelled as a couple
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4  Thank Englishrose6
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