Enjoyed lunch and the spa between the ferry in and flight out. Best food we had in the Seychelles. Friendly staff. Worth the taxi up the hill.
We came back due to 3 things. Excellent food, excellent service and excellent prices. The view is also special. Warm, honest atmosphere in this old radio station building - now converted into a homeopath shop/ yoga hotel/ general well-being facility. Plenty of parking and made us welcome both times.
Beautifully done up place with expansive views of the island and ocean. Very soothing and relaxing vibes. Loved the food but needed a slightly larger portion for the price. Especially since i was starving by the time i did the "liver and foot" massage. Service from the Indian staff was extremely friendly and courteous but it took a good half an hour after i finished my massage and my husband said he had told them a half hour before i finished so overall it was a 1 hour wait. The indian homeopath and yoga therapist was friendly and appeared knowledgeable. The massage therapist was okay at the massage, slightly sullen and was doing a bit of a hardsell to me to buy a lotion in addition to the oils i already planned to buy. Fortunately, the homeopath's husband also sitting in the store came to my rescue. The Station could do with a better and more enthusiastic massage therapist. Products are fab and at optimal pricing for the island. Overall lovely, i wish them luck and would return again for hopefully slightly larger portions.
The Station serves nice sandwiches and the beauty shop at the entrance has some nice things to gift away. The service was okay. What I really enjoyed was the view as you could see a great part of Victoria. I also liked the design- it's a bit rustic, ancient-looking and so appeasing. I was there for a business meeting and could not really appreciate the beauty of the surrounding.