We had a big new flat wall TV screen but it was impossible to
turn in order to watch it also in bed. That mistake should be
There were 5 times fire/tsunami siren alarms. Nothing luckily
happened but we got no information about what was going on.
We would have expected to get some advance information how to behave and where to assemble if something happened.
The services of Seychelles are concentrated in hotel areas,
not many restaurants/shops outside.
In Victoria we found only 2
restaurants and almost nothing to buy. No shopping malls, only small shops and they close at 4 p.m.
Local people say that it is the smallest capital in the world.
Seychelles is quite an expensive place but it is also a group of peaceful and beautiful paradise islands in the middle of nowhere...
The situation, view, spacious room, hospitality personnel, breakfast, cleanliness and weather were perfect.
The management arranged a lovely surprise for us (10 wedding anniversary): Room upgrading, romantic decorating, cold wine and exotic fruits...
We felt all the time safe and taking care of.
Important for a lady: Both a hand and ceiling shower. Even a
bide! A bath tub and personal wash bowls for both of us.
Free Wi-Fi in a room and hotel area.
Renting a car was really an experience: A steering wheel is on the right and traffic is on the left side! But it was worth it.
A bus ride to the Capital Viktoria felt like Kimi Raikkonen was driving ;-) Bus stops are very near and a ticket is cheap comparing a taxi.
In general almost all the island people were very friendly and
English was spoken widely.
Big plus for Etihad Airways: Only 1 hour time changing a plane
in Abu Dhabi and we got our luggage!
Highly recommended to visit and enjoy.