At Constance Hotels, we are committed to protecting the stunning natural environments that surround each of our unique resorts, and the rare endemic species that can be found there.
We work closely with local environmental groups to conserve the exceptional landscape and wildlife for today’s visitors and future generations to come.
Here are some of the measures we’ve taken recently:
Design and build of Constance Moofushi – opened in November 2010
Known as the Jewel island – the island’s butterfly design and daring architecture has been developed by Jean-Michel d’Unienville (Mauritius) and Marc Hertrich (France). Careful consideration has been taken to preserve the environment through efficient and non-polluting materials.
The focus is on luxury without being flashy and the beauty of the island location is paramount. Find out more about what we did at The Jewel Island: Constance Moofushi
Enhancing biodiversity in the Seychelles
We are furthering our commitment to the environment by enhancing conservation of Biodiversity at Port Launay next to the Constance Ephelia Resort in the Seychelles.
We are working in partnership with Sustainability for Seychelles (S4S) and aim to:
- take pro-active measures to improve the coordinated management of the fragile mangrove ecosystem adjacent to the Constance Ephelia Resort site – balancing development with the preservation of the wetland area.
- start looking at co-management of other adjacent natural areas such as the resort grounds and Port Launay Marine Park
Find out more about our conservation work at Constance Ephelia.
Turning tap water to bottled water at Constance Halaveli
To eliminate the need to ship in bottled water to our luxury Maldives resort, Constance Halaveli, we have recently installed our own water bottling plant. The plant purifies tap water to mineral quality. Read more about our sustainable approach at Constance Halaveli.
Serving local seasonal produce
Our restaurants serve local and seasonal produce, perfectly suited to the climate and environment surrounding each luxury hotel. Brimming with flavour and beautifully presented, guests can dine on local fish, vegetables and fruits.
Each week we publish a special recipe from one of our hotels. Find out more about our local cuisine.
We’ll be publishing more articles about what we’re doing to protect the local environment. Coming soon…
- interview with our turtle manager in the Seychelles
- discover the coral reef with our diving instructor at Constance Moofushi