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Seychelles La Reserve Hotel of Praslin has announced a special Festival Kreol beach fair for its guests

Seychelles La Reserve Hotel of Praslin has announced a special Festival Kreol beach fair for its guests ( Guests at the La Reserve Hotel on the island of Praslin are all set to join in the fun Creole warmth of the Seychelles Kreol Festival with a Creole beach festival right at La Reserve Hotel on Praslin. It has been customary for La Reserve Hotel of Praslin to bring the Kreol Festival to its doors as a form of cultural inspiration to spice up the clients knowledge on Seychelles Creole music, food, traditional games, and also its heritage.

Annia Constance, the Sales and Marketing Executive at La Reserve Hotel of Praslin, one of the Seychelles unique homegrown establishments, explained that for this year’s 27th edition of the Kreol Festival, the hotel will lighten up with a wide range of activities on October 27, the day following the official opening of the Festival, to indulge its clients into the “Festival Kreol’’ ambiance.

“La Reserve Hotel of Praslin Seychelles is always proud to participate in the Kreol Festival, and in doing so, we are able to give our guests a taste of the Seychelles Creole culture,” said a representative of the La Reserve Hotel of Praslin in the Seychelles.

Visitors coming to Seychelles are not necessarily familiar with the country’s traditional style of cooking, commonly referred to as the Seychelles Creole Cuisine. La Reserve Hotel of Praslin Seychelles has again promised to give to its clients a lasting experience of this year’s Festival Kreol as they enjoy their holidays in Seychelles. This year, the management of La Reserve Hotel of Praslin is converting the beach bar into a Creole house. At 1600 hours, before sunset, the hotel’s clients will view a moving exhibition from the world of Creoles where actors will demonstrate how to use home-use artifacts. The hotel’s management believes that this show will help enhance the visitors’ experience on what are the Seychelles culture and its tradition. The activities are set to kick off at 1600 hours and will run until 1800 hours.

At 1830 hours, a small serenade with aunty “Fifine” in her traditional armchair will entertain the guests. A Seychelles serenade is different from serenades from other regions. Traditionally in Seychelles, the serenade was organized for a wedding ceremony. Over the years, it has been transformed into a dancing procession. Fresh coconut, palm toddy, and traditional home-brewed alcohol will be served during the serenade to all the La Reserve Hotel clients.

A Seychelles Creole buffet will also be served. Chefs at La Reserve Hotel of Praslin have confirmed that the special Kreol Festival buffet will be prepared with a wide variety of spices from Seychelles. The buffet will be served at 2000 hours with the backdrop of traditional “Kamtole” dance and music. The Kreol Festival special night on Praslin will end with music at midnight.

The official web site of the hotel states: La Reserve is a much-loved, family-owned hotel in Praslin. It boasts 40 rooms, which all face the sea. Its luxury accommodation provides individually-decorated rooms, all giving a particular Creole feel, with local artists’ paintings adorning the walls; king-sized, four-poster beds; and wooden furniture coupled with the amenities of the modern day including satellite television, air conditioning, ceiling fans, mini bar, tea and coffee facilities, lockable safe and hairdryers. The hotel also boasts one of the largest swimming pool in the Seychelles. It is situated on Anse Petit Cour, which lies on the outskirts of a marine national park, with its own exclusive beach and protected by a reef that provides the gentlest of waters for swimming and snorkeling.

Alain St.Ange, the Seychelles Minister responsible for Tourism and Culture, has welcomed the support for the 2012 Kreol Festival by La Reserve Hotel and its owners, the Pomeroy Family. “You are showing the way by being supportive in the promotion of our culture. It is clear that without culture, there will never be a consolidated tourism industry for our islands. You deserve our praise for investing in the promotion of our culture,” said Minister St.Ange.


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