H Resort Beau Vallon Beach Seychelles opens

Property marks first international venture for Dubai-based operator

H Resort Beau Vallon Beach, Seychelles.
H Resort Beau Vallon Beach, Seychelles.

Dubai-based H Hotel and Resort Management Company has opened its second property, The H Resort Beau Vallon Beach, Seychelles.

Built around a natural lagoon, The H Resort features 100 rooms, complemented by 16 beach villas with private pools, cabanas and direct beach access. Rooms range from garden junior suites to grand beach villas.

The property features the Sesel Spa and seven F&B outlets; Vasco’s, 1502, Ripples, Eden, Seyshima, and its signature, Tête-à-Tête beach dining experience.

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Leisure facilities include Sesel Spa and the BV gym.

The H Resort welcomed MBC TV presenter Hanadi Jaber to mark the launch.

Jaber was escorted on a boat and arrived to the resort by sea, where she was welcomed by Dominique Richard-Hebert, general manager of The H Resort and Seychellois musicians playing djembes, bugarabus, and djun djuns.

H Hotel and Resort Management Company currently has one other property located in Dubai.

The H Dubai was extensively refurbished in 2014, and opened Delphine Restaurant & Bar, a brand which originates from Hollywood, California.

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