HamacLand, a stunning concept of private floating lounge, will be making its debut in the Republic of Seychelles when it opens at Constance Lemuria later this year.
Constance Lemuria selected HamacLand to offer its VIP guests a fresh floating world and lifestyle on the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean.
This innovation will offer HamacLanders a dedicated space on water (almost 14-sq-m as standard), a cross between a personal island and a private beach where honeymooners, families and friends can spend quality time together.
Starting as a dream, this île flottante, a new French delight, is now a reality where guests can relax, explore and watch the world go by in exceptional comfort and complete safety, since the structure is securely anchored.
This exclusive concept combines authentic emotional luxury and simplicity. Modular and multi-purpose, HamacLand is just as suited to sport and leisure as it is relaxation. It creates a transcendent sensation of wellbeing and harmony and provides the ultimate place to enjoy time and company in total serenity.
Constance Lemuria will enchant its guests by offering them an all-new exclusive experience, just above the ocean's surface, nearshore of Petite Anse Kerlan. Part of My Constance Moments, a collection of little happenings devised to embody the very definition of luxury, HamacLand™ will allow guests to discover the pleasures of island life. - TradeArabia News Service
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