enjoy our pool, visit our restaurant and bar serving breakfast, lunch and dinner or drop by the reception for any help you need during your stay.
Each Apartments with sea-view and balcony
Travel with family members or friends and share your space
Family apartments with kitchenettes
Ask for our Apartments with en-suite Bathrooms.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner at our restaurant. Ingredients are sourced locally from Terry our Framer and Louange our fisherman
Rental Cars, Tours and Activities off the beaten track - we have cars available on site, ready when you need them
Need help with getting round, making appointements, booking tours, doctor visits or any local information - just ask for help.
Enjoy the pool by the sea or borrow snorkelling gear and swim on the reef nearby
Living on an island makes us very aware of, what environmental and climate change means – we experience it every day.
Our hotel used to have this beautiful beach in front of the restaurant – today it’s gone, because of sea level rise.
Beaches we used to visit are gone, the ocean is full of plastic waste and our European friends suffer from unusual heatwaves while we have untypical „cold“ periods at the Seychelles.
Divers may already recognise that Coral reefs lost their colours and are dying, only one of the ocean acidification consequences.
It’s up to us, to change something now.
We have to take action right now – and that’s what we are trying to do at Chalet Cote Mer every day.
Preserving our environment means saving our hotel – our business – our living, it means keeping the Seychelles and thinking globally – our planet – a habitable home for our children and future generations.
“Don’t waste electricity, don’t waste paper, don’t waste food. Live the way you want to live but just don’t waste. Look after the natural world, and the animals in it, and the plants in it too. This is their planet as well as ours. Don’t waste them.”
On an island like ours, resources are scarce, and lots of things have to be imported – which makes them have a massive carbon footprint – to be honest, this includes our guests as well.
We treat our guests with deep respect and kindness to make their stay with us the best they could wish for.
As we do so, we try to do the same with our resources – we just don’t waste them.
What does that mean for you as our guest?
Our room air conditions are operational only when the room is occupied and when all windows and doors are closed. This reduces the waste of energy and reduces the amount of fossil fuels needed to cool your room.
We use solar power to heat the shower water, generate some of our energy needs and light our property and grounds at night
All our lights are LED.
Our laundry is air-dried instead of using drying machines.
We recommend that clients sleep using the bed sheets we provide, instead of thick duvets and blankets. Seychelles is a tropical country, and the use of blankets is unnecessary (and if used, the room needs more cooling and therefore uses more energy).
Every plastic bottle that we use is recycled.
We supply toiletries in dispensers. They may have a boring appearance, but it avoids supplying single-use plastics in the rooms.
Our breakfast is served – no buffet! So it’s freshly prepared for you – tastes better and feels better – far less food waste compared to buffets.
We change bath towels every 2 and change linen every 3 days.
This avoids the waste of water and reduces the amount of detergent required for cleaning.
We use water tanks and gravity to supply water to the rooms (instead of pumps). While the pressure is lower than what customers are used to, it still does the job.