Etihad Guest members earn miles by staying at Constance Hotels

Etihad Guest members can earn miles on accommodation and extras at all participating Constance Hotels and Resorts whereby for each US $ spent, they are entitled to 1 mile. Terms and conditions apply.

Presidential Villa, Constance Lémuria

Constance Lémuria, Seychelles

Continuing our strategic partnership with Etihad Guest, the award-winning loyalty program of Etihad Airways, we aim to enhance Etihad guest members’ privileges.

Etihad Airways covers the Indian Sub-Continent, North America, Europe, Middle East, Africa, South East Asia as well as Indian Ocean.

Voted World’s Leading Airline and the World’s Best First Class consecutively for three years at World Travel Awards 2011, 2010 and 2009, Etihad Airways has gained the trust and confidence of guests worldwide.

Jean–Jacques Vallet, CEO of Constance Hotels and Resorts has declared:

“We are delighted to continue our partnership with Etihad Airways’ loyalty programme Etihad Guest. The airline offers today direct routes from Abu Dhabi to both the Seychelles and the Maldives and it also offers access to Mauritius through their partner Air Seychelles. This new partnership is highly beneficial for our valued mutual guests and it reinforces the positioning of the Constance Hotels and Resorts brand in the Middle East as one of our top source markets.”

Find out more about joining Etihad Guest and read more about our partnership with Etihad Guest on the Etihad Airways website.

Visit our website for more information on our seven hotels and resorts in the Indian Ocean – Constance Hotels and Resorts.


Constance Tsarabanjina wins at Tatler Travel Awards 2014

Tatler magazine has recognised the unique laid back charm of Constance Tsarabanjina in its prestigious 2014 Travel Awards.

Constance Tsarabanjina, winner at the Tatler Travel Awards 2014

Constance Tsarabanjina, winner at the Tatler Travel Awards 2014

The magazine named the private Madagascan island resort of Tsarabanjina its Barefoot Adventure award winner.

Picking a selection of only 8 winners from luxury hotels and resorts across the globe, Tsarabanjina was joined on Tatler’s exclusive winners’ podium by the likes of Domaine de la Baume, France and Aman Canal Grande, Venice.

Luxury barefoot chic

Tsarabanjina’s mixture of castaway chic and Constance elegance makes it the ideal destination for those looking for beautiful beaches, palm-thatched beach villas and a splash of Madagascan adventure.

As the Tatler Travel Guide 2014 states:

“This is barefoot luxury at its best, the kind of desert-island experience that will stay with you, haunt you, make you realise that every beach from now on will not live up to this one.”

At Tsarabanjina, you can experience a world far removed from the one most of us live in day to day. From watching the local fishermen deliver the catch of the day on traditional wooden pirogues, to taking in the island’s stunning biodiversity on a guided nature walk, or diving waters previously unexplored.

The awards were presented this week at The Ritz, London by Tatler’s Travel Editor Francisca Kellett.

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Who are the top contenders at MCB Tour Championship 2013?

Golf journalist Matt Cooper reports on the forthcoming MCB Tour Championship in Mauritius

The MCB Tour Championship, held at The Legend, Constance Belle Mare Plage

The MCB Tour Championship, held at The Legend, Constance Belle Mare Plage

It may not be branded quite as obviously as the European Tour’s Race to Dubai, but the conclusion of the Senior Tour has its own version of a yellow brick road and a destination every bit as thrilling at the main tour. The aim for the seniors is to make the season’s final hurrah in Mauritius – at Constance Belle Mare Plage for the MCB Tour Championship.

It’s an event which seals the deal for 2013. After three days of competition on the Legends course the elite field will have been separated and we will know not only the identity of the tournament champion, but the Order of Merit winner and Rookie of the Year will have been crowned too.

In the last three years the trophy has twice been lifted by South Africa’s David Frost, either side of a win by American Tom Lehman. Both men are major championship winners, proof that the cream rises to the top in this event and that’s good news for Scotland’s Colin Montgomerie, who has been a new addition to the senior ranks in 2013.

Known to golf fans across the globe as Monty, he completed 31 victories on the European Tour (only three men have ever earned more) and he wasted little time adding a first senior win, claiming the Travis Perkins Masters at Woburn during the summer, only his third start on the Senior Tour.

The 50-year-old Scot has become a regular member of the Sky Sports commentary team in recent years, but he retains a fierce competitive spirit and has joined the senior ranks with specific aims. Unlike Frost and Lehman he famously never won a major title, but he intends to correct that in the senior versions of those events.

With that in mind he is keen to end the year with another win, as will his fellow Ryder Cup captains Sam Torrance and Ian Woosnam who join him in the field alongside the reigning champion Frost.

In my time as a golf journalist I’ve been to many countries (from Finland to Turkey and Tenerife to Kazakhstan), but this will be my first visit to Mauritius and I’m buoyed by its reputation on tour as one of the best of the year. No-one seems quite sure what to rave about first – the golf course, the hotel, the location or the food.

They also look back to those past winners and remember one of golf’s oldest adages: quality venues reap quality winners. Follow #MCBGolf on social media to see if the trend continues.

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Read more from Matt on Twitter @MattCooperGolf or visit the blog Curious About Golf


Vogue recommends a trip to Le Prince Maurice this winter

Vogue magazine has recommended Constance Le Prince Maurice to readers looking to escape the European winter.

Vogue recommends Spa de Constance

Vogue recommends Spa de Constance

The Wonder of Winter supplement in its December issue describes:

‘Le Prince Maruice is a luxurious but laid-back resort, where you can relax in solitude, catch local bands in the bar and swim under the stars after a long dinner at one of the many restaurants.’

It goes on to advise readers to visit the spa, where guests can revive winter skin by having the Sisley Phyto Aromatic Radiance Facial during their stay.

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Paul Wesselingh tops Order of Merit with Taiwan win

With only the MCB Tour Championship left to play, Paul Wesselingh has moved to the top of the European Senior Tour Order of Merit following a win at the Fubon Senior Open in Taiwan.

Paul Wesselingh

Paul Wesselingh

The Englishman has pushed Denmark’s Steen Tinning into second place in the Order of Merit, promising to make the fight for the coveted John Jacobs Trophy at the MCB Championship a dramatic one.

The MCB Tour Championship is held at Constance Belle Mare Plage in Mauritius in December and its prize fund of €400,000 could make the crucial difference in deciding which player gets to raise the trophy.

Wesselingh is reported as saying, ‘It’s great to be back on top of the Order of Merit with a nice lead. It’s going to be between me and Steen to win. I love to play in Mauritius and it’s going to be a very exciting event.’

Wesslingh won the Fubon Senior Open at the Miramar Golf and Country Club in Taiwan with a one shot victory over home favourite Le Wen-the.

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Founder of Boujis nightclub Matt Hermer praises the luxury of Le Prince Maurice

CEO of exclusive bar and restaurant group Ignite, Matt Hermer, has told The Telegraph that his idea of luxury is a trip with his family to Constance Le Prince Maurice.

'It’s very laid back, you can totally unwind.’ - Matt Hermer

‘It’s very laid back, you can totally unwind.’ – Matt Hermer

In an interview for The Telegraph’s online Luxury section, Hermer (described as ‘the man behind Boujis nightclub’), was asked to put together a list of his favourite luxuries for a piece entitled ‘My Luxuries’.

He told The Telegraph, ‘We take our family to the Constance Le Prince Maurice hotel in Mauritius every January to switch off and start the New Year. It’s very laid back, you can totally unwind.’

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