The Eden Bleu Hotel on the island of the same name in the Seychelles is brand new, having only been completed in November 2014. Customer reviews on hotel-themed websites give the property generally glowing recommendations but temper them with observations that the hotel is still in the working out the kinks phase of its development.
The hotel itself is designed in a traditional, plantation-house style that harks back to the island's British and French colonial roots. The hotel features 74 guest rooms and 13 luxury suites, with the opulent presidential suite being the finest in the establishment. The hotel caters to both business travelers and tourists alike, and the rooms are furnished with all the latest gadgets and amenities. The hotel also has in-room dining available, and guests can sample the reasonably priced bills of fare at the three internal restaurants, if they so desire.
The Eden Bleu Hotel also has a knowledgeable concierge staff that will be happy to make recommendations about current local activities and events. There is even a concierge app available for Apple products, which allows guests to book reservations at local restaurants, including those at the hotel itself, and arrange for certain hotel services even before arriving.