The resort consists of 277 suites and villas to meet the needs of guests and their families. The four accommodation categories are Tropical Garden View Suite, Junior Suite, Senior Suite, and Spa Villa. You should know that there is no such thing as a bad view at this resort. Regardless of your room choice, you will be surrounded by lush greenery or spectacular views of the water.
The décor at Constance Ephelia is very modern. Bright colours combine with unusual shapes and just the right amount of natural materials to create an elegant and sophisticated atmosphere that is still warm and inviting. Rooms are spacious, comfortable, and well appointed.
All accommodations include en suite bathrooms with separate bathtub and shower, complimentary designer toiletries, hair dryer, flat screen LCD TV with satellite service, free wired high-speed internet, DVD player, free Wi-Fi, sofa bed, in-room safe, minibar, coffee and tea maker, pillow menu, and furnished patio.
Bar / Lounge, Creche / Kids Club, Restaurant(s), Spa, Swimming Pool (Outdoor)
Air Conditioning, In-Room Safe, Wireless Internet (complimentary)
For your dining pleasure, the Constance Ephelia offers five different restaurants featuring a variety of cuisines. Most offer al fresco dining when the weather permits. Choose from the following options:
• Corrosol – Corrosol is the resort's main dining venue. It offers a full breakfast buffet featuring a variety of choices at different stations. The dinner buffet offers flavours from around the world. Choose tandoori on one night, pizza the next, and something decidedly Mediterranean the night after.
• Helios – At Helios, you will notice very little gets the staff rattled. This very casual beachside restaurant is open only for lunch, serving recipes with influences from Spain, Italy, France, Morocco, and Lebanon.
• Adam and Eve – Imagine dining in an open-air restaurant with your feet in the sand. That is what you will find at Adam and Eve. This lunch and dinner restaurant is also unique in that daily menus have a particular focus on the native cuisine of the chef at hand. You never quite know what you are going to get, but it's always good.
• Cyann – This casual but intimate restaurant overlooks the Marine Park and serves lunch and dinner daily. The menu is very French although it does offer plenty of room for Asian influences.
• Seselwa – Offering beautiful views facing north-west, Seselwa is a beachside restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner utilizing a delicious à la carte menu.