H Resort Beau Vallon Beach, Seychelles announces National Day deals

Deals run from November 19, 2019 to December 2, 2020

Sitting on the largest island archipelago in Seychelles, the resort is giving guests full-board package discounts
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Sitting on the largest island archipelago in Seychelles, the resort is giving guests full-board package discounts

The H Resort Beau Vallon Beach in Mahé, Seychelles is offering guests two sets of discounts ahead of UAE National Day.

The resort is giving guests full-board package discounts.

Offered from November 19, 2019 to December 2, 2020, guests can enjoy dinner at the resort’s Eden or Seyshima restaurants, giving them a US$40 allowance per adult per peal. This credit can be used with the chef’s choice menu, which is three-courses priced at $40.

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Guests can also choose from the a la carte menu and pay the difference.

With the package also comes a drink-on-arrival, buffet breakfast, a complimentary bottle of wine, fruit basket and cake on arrival, along with a candlelight dinner at Eden.

A spa voucher is also included. The package is priced at AED 3,268 per night, offering flexible rates.

The other deal, which is non-refundable, costs AED 3,158 per night and comes with restaurant credit as well. 

The H Resort features 100 rooms, along with 16 beach villas with private pools, cabanas and direct beach access. Rooms range from garden junior suites to grand beach villas.

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