Sainte Anne

Sainte Anne Resort and Spa is a showcase for Laxmanbhais intricate detailing, especially in all the wooden trims in the villas - no matter whether it is the high end Royal Villa or the economy Garden Villa.  These details include skylights, intricately slatted doors and expansive wooden floors.  Almost all the villas have their personal 4-way horizon pool, a master peice in precise construction enabling the water to cascade over all four sides simultaneously and evenly.  A large pool area with waterfalls and ponds in elaborate marble combinations show Laxmanbhai's workmanship to advantage.  Another impressive display of timberwork can also been seen at the Robinson Crusoe Restaurant, which has been skilfully constructed to appear as if roughly constructed, where in reality it is a complex arrangement which blends into its surrounds.



St Anne Ressort constructed over an expansive area on an Island close to Mahe.  Preserving the eco structure was essential
St Anne Hotel close to the Island of Mahe. Preservation of the lush vegetation was a priority
Detailed timber joinery and Marble basins
Timber cornise and detailing
Ceramic Tiling artisans
Precise cabinet making available
Timber detailing manufactured in the Seychelles by Laxmanbhai
Roof details - Bedroom
Marble bath surrounds
Timber skylight screen
Ceramic tiles and timber cornises at Sainte Anne Resort
Sainte Anne Resort - Large bathrooms
Sainte Anne Atrium
Roof detail with white inset panels
Bevel Skylight ceiling with fan
White timber paneled ceilings in the Sainte Anne bathroom
Terracotta ceiling with exposed detail at Sainte Anne
Polished timber floors and terracotta tiles
Decorative pond and wooden decking
Laxmanbhai is the leader in swimming pool construction in the Seychelles
Terraced swimming pool - multi-level design and construction
The main pool at Sainte Anne
An impressive array of terracotta  tiles on view
Centre distribution of the ceiling mass by Laxmanbhai
Pool tiling and patterns
A large pool to create a grand entry statement by Laxmanbhai
Pool tiling and underwater lighting for effect in the Seychelles
Beachside resort restaurant at Sainte Anne Seychelles
Nothing can surpass the effect of large swimming pool in a seychelles Resort
Spilling out towards the beach
An ornamental pool with great effect
Underwater pool lighting in the Seychelles Sainte Anne
Polished timber floors around the bistro at Sainte Anne
Swimming pools and decorative pool construction
Open air ambience at Sainte Anne
portion of the external dining area
A clever combination of water features and night lighting
Extending the water feature to surround the resort at Sainte Anne
Landscape architecture in a water feature
Landscape architecture around a water feature
Timber used to maximum effect
Timber meets stone at the poolside
30 pools in 30 days
More pools are better than one
A villa with a private pool at Sainte Anne
Black slate tiling
Wooden paths, timber columns and terracotta tiles around the pool
Castaway construction Robinson Crusoe style
Thatched rooves and poles - for effect
Sandy floors and rough hewn timbers
An elevated deck with views back to Victoria across the bay
Exposed timber ceilings used in Seychelles Resorts
The Restaurant entrance to remember
The entrance to the Spa at Sainte anne
A modest pool at the Spa of the Sainte Anne resort
Walways and water features below the palm trees of Sainte Anne
Ochre paint and polished timber floors prevail inside the treatment rooms of Sainte Anne
Marble in the steam room
Forged metal brackets link timber to columns
Lattice light feature in the Spa entrance
Spa bath with a view at Sainte Anne
Architraves and cornices
Timber and cream shades of paint
The door to the Kingdom - The details
Feature Ceilings
45 degree diagonal tiling
Photo by impressions