A Royal Honeymoon in the Seychelles at the Raffles Praslin Resort

Raffles Praslin Seychelles Resort

Millions tuned in to watch the Royal Wedding (and gape at the fabulous finery), and now the world’s gaze has turned to the Seychelles Islands, just off the Africa coast in the Indian Ocean, where the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are honeymooning. Their dreamy vacation spot may inspire copycat honeymoons, and the new Raffles Praslin Seychelles—an ultra-exclusive resort situated on a private island close to the Vallée de Mai UNESCO World Heritage Site—is rolling out the red carpet for honeymooners seeking to follow in the royal couple's footsteps.

Here's what's included in the "Prince William and Kate Middleton Honeymoon Package," starting at 980 Euros per night ($1,500 USD):

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*Ocean View Pool villa with Private Plunge Pool   

*Daily breakfast for two (in-villa or at Losean Restaurant)    

*90-minute couples spa treatment in open-air room with views of the Indian Ocean    

*Romantic dinner for two on the beach (3 course Dinner).    

*Private guided tour of the UNESCO World Heritage Site   

*Welcome Amenity, Champagne on Arrival and a Drawn Bath    

*Two-way transfer from Praslin airport to Resort

Accessed by helicopter, the Raffles Praslin Seychelles features 86 villas with private plunge pools and incredible ocean views-- catered to by the fabled Raffles butler service. The spa has been making waves for its Pure Pearl signature treatment featuring therapeutic grade pearl powder blended with soothing tropical essences of organic ylang ylang and bergamot.

 

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