We spent here 4 nights.
*Plus* The village is located on the beach of Anse Volbert, probably one of the best locations in Praslin. Other beaches, like Anse Lazio, may be ranked higher, but they are smaller and almost disappear during the high tide.
*To be aware of* This is an Italian holiday village, hence almost all the guests are Italian who have paid a meal-inclusive formula and visit the rest of the island only through the tours proposed by the same village. Some recreational activities (karaoke and similar) are organized during the evenings but they assume participants understand Italian. The staff is made by some locals as well as Italian people, who do not necessarily speak well English. Please note we are Italian too.
*Minus* We wrote a couple of emails to the travel agency managing the village before our arrival, but they never answered. Our booking was erroneously registered as the breakfast were not included. The issue appeared to be fixed when we showed hotels.com confirmation email, but kept showing out multiple times during our stay with the local staff asking us to pay for it. The efficient Martina had to intervene a couple of times. When we left, we uselessly waited for someone to come to pick our luggage. We arrived at the reception and none of the three persons there helped us with the luggage. They did not even show interest to greet us (we moved to greet them).
Bungalows' decoration was quite cheap. The bed is covered by a dusty mosquito net.