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Club Med will take over Beachcomber Seychelles Sainte Anne Resort and Spa Hotel, with a launch date of 2020. 

The Club Med proposal to take over the property under a new leasing arrangement with New Mauritius Hotels will see the hotel’s capacity expand significantly.

The hotel currently has 87 rooms, but by 2020 the resort will boast 295 rooms.  

The rooms will range from Club to Suite and will offer families a full range of childcare facilities and services, from Petit Club to Juniors’ Club. 

The resort will be open throughout the year and is situated within the Sainte-Anne Marine National Park. It is 30 minutes from Mahé International Airport, making accessibility very easy. 

Henri Giscard d'Estaing, president of Club Med, declared: “I’m particularly happy to see Club Med secure a base in the Seychelles, one of the three most luxurious destinations, alongside the Maldives and Mauritius."


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