Le Duc is very nice hotel. My husband and I stayed in the eco wing and were very impressed with the room, which was spacious with a lovely bathroom. The room had a balcony overlooking the swimming pool, which was nice to sit out on, as it also had a comfortable daybed.
Breakfast was plentiful, including a great (and very friendly) omelette chef.
The walk to the beach was short and the beach itself is beautiful, although the sun does set behind the island, so you do miss out on the beautiful Seychelles sunset that you might see from other beaches.
We did not eat in the restaurant as there was only ever a buffet option, that was pretty pricey. The rule that men have to wear long trousers in the evening also put us off. The islands are very relaxed and the imposition of a dress code did feel a little out of place.
Overall, we enjoyed our stay at Le Duc and were impressed with the housekeeping.More