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Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Seychelles Welcomes First Tapas Lounge Bar

LE DUC DE PRASLIN is set to launch its latest food & beverage outlet with a difference over the weekend of 6th and 7th February. The “Chill Out” Tapas Lounge Bar is a unique concept designed to provide guests (tourists and locals) with an entertainment venue that will allow the patrons to meet and socialize in a relaxed atmosphere. It is a first for Seychelles and is a welcome addition to the product offerings of the country’s budding hospitality landscape.

The chic and sophisticated lounge bar enjoys one of the most outstanding settings by the beach of Cote D’Or, with stunning views of the turquoise waters and nearby islands beyond. “Chill Out” is synonymous with entertainment and relaxation redefined.
The tapas lounge bar is located at the top of the highly reputed ‘Café des Arts’ fine dining seafood restaurant, which is also part of the dining outlets of Le Duc de Praslin.

Stylish, swanky and trendy, the surroundings blend in to create a cosmopolitan and erudite feel – conducive to a warm tropical ambiance, ideal for refined mingling…The outstanding views by the water’s edge is complemented by a swish décor, pastel colours and lighting scheme that are soothing to the senses. The lounge bar was conceived as a funky, lively, upmarket bar serving a great range of drinks and cocktails with tasty tapas style finger food. The furnishings are of the highest quality offering a mix of outdoor loungers, LED lit tables & chairs that provide a ‘groovy’ ambiance.

“Chill Out” proposes a range of tapas dishes, cocktails, beers and Spanish wines selection on tablets, which is in itself a novelty way of presenting the food & beverage offerings. The entertainment will encompass a bevy of local entertainers and an amazing selection of lounge music.

“Our new addition complements the existing product offerings and puts Le Duc on a new level, setting a new benchmark amongst the 4 Star establishments to even match the 5 star products and provides the local community of both Praslin & Mahe with a new concept and entertainment venue to enjoy”, enthuses Robert Payet, General Manager.

The Seychelles Minister for Tourism & Culture, Alain St. Ange congratulated the hotel’s management on this groundbreaking event  “It gives me great satisfaction to see a home-grown, hospitality product such as Le Duc de Praslin evolving to acquire such stature on the Seychelles scene with its constant stream of innovations. I wish this latest addition to its impressive suite of amenities – the very first Seychelles Tapas Lounge Bar – every success and hope that it provides inspiration for the growth of other, ground-breaking products to enrich our Seychelles hospitality experience,” the Minister said.

The opening of this new outlet is a major milestone as it coincides with the launching of the Le Duc de Praslin Fidelity Card. The card offers patrons a unique opportunity to experience the various quality venues the hotel has to offer. It entitles multiple benefits and discounts at all three food & beverage outlets, discount on rooms and free membership to the brand new “Chill Out Tapas Lounge Bar.”

 Welcome to your ultimate social getaway!

Additional Information
Le Duc de Praslin now boasts three dining outlets and bars in outstanding settings reinforcing its reputation as a “small hotel with a big heart”.

The ‘Café des Arts’ is an exquisite, romantic venue that has earned its reputation as the best restaurant in Seychelles by creating outstanding mouth-watering epicurean dishes where the art is in the attention to details.

‘Le Dauphin’ restaurant is set amidst an orchid garden surrounded by a Zen koi fishpond, serving find authentic delectable Creole cuisine and a fusion of international dishes.

“Chill Out” Tapas Lounge Bar serving a range of tapas, beers and Spanish wines in an alfresco setting is open from 1800hrs to 0100hrs daily except Mondays & 1400hrs to 2000hrs on Sundays as from Tuesday 10th February.

Additional Resources & Material
Relevant interviewees:
Robert Payet – General Manager Le Duc de Praslin (2781504)
Derek Savy – Marketing Consultant Le Duc de Praslin (2514159)

Andrew Gee – Interior Designer (2712677)

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