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Constance Lemuria joins European Tour Properties network

10.06am 31st January 2019 - Property - This story was updated on Friday, February 1st, 2019

European Tour Properties has announced their second new venue of 2019, welcoming Constance Lemuria, Seychelles to its portfolio of world-class Destinations.

Originally opened in 1999, Constance Lemuria, situated on the paradise island of Praslin, underwent a full renovation with its luxury hotel re-opening in 2016.

In addition to choice of suites and villas, swimming pools and three restaurants, Constance Lemuria boasts the only 18-hole golf course in the Seychelles, which is the venue for the 2019 MCB Tour Championship – Seychelles on the Staysure Tour. Constance Lemuria is the second hotel from the Constance group to connect with the network, joining sister venue Constance Belle Mare Plage, Mauritius.

[L-R] Iain McInally, Head of European Tour Properties, Bruno Le Gac, General Manager of Constance Lemuria, Jonathan King, Head of Sales & Marketing, Constance Hotels & Resorts and David MacLaren, Deputy COO of the European Tour
Iain McInally, Head of European Tour Properties, said: “Being able to welcome Constance Lemuria to our network is absolutely fantastic news for everybody involved. We are committed to building the reputation of the venue, as we are with all our destinations, and we look forward to working with the team towards their business objectives.”

Jean-Jacques Vallet, CEO of Constance Hotels & Resorts, said: “We are so proud to have a second Constance Hotels & Resorts property recognised as a European Tour Destination. We are honoured to once again join this prestigious and elite collection of the world’s best golfing venues, and put Seychelles on the map as a golf destination.”

Bruno Le Gac, General Manager of Constance Lemuria, said: “Our team works hard every day and pays attention to all the small details on and off the course to deliver an outstanding golf experience to all our guests. Constance Lemuria is the only Championship golf course on Seychelles and we hope to show the world that playing here with us is truly unforgettable. A small island like Praslin is capable of big things.”

       

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