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Green & Chic | Coral Lodge 15.41, Mozambique

August 29, 2010

Coral Lodge 15.41 is a unique luxury lodge at a prime beach location near the UNESCO World Heritage site, Ilha de Moçambique.

Coral Lodge 15.41 is a modern, African-style beach-front resort which offering the latest in luxury and comfort while maintaining an authentic feel of Mozambique culture.

The resort’s design, by Dutch designer Edward van Vliet, incorporates the colors of its environment using wood and brightly-colored textures. These natural materials make the resort blend in perfectly with its natural surroundings. We have made further use of the area’s natural setting by building Coral Lodge 15.41’s villas on top of the dunes. This allows you to get the full benefit of the incredible views and the constant breeze from the Indian Ocean.

Coral Lodge 15.41 comprises 10 villas, each with a surface area of about 100 sqm (1,076 sqf). For optimal privacy and relaxation the living space includes informal sitting areas, a bedroom, a bathroom and a big terrace. In two of the villas an extra bedroom is included for 2 children or an extra adult. The extra bedroom has his own seperate toilet and basin. Five villas have direct ocean view situated on top of the dunes at the boarder of the beach. The other 5 villas also situated on top of the dunes, are more secluded and have direct view on the magrove forest and Ilha de Moçambique. To fully compliment the exterior design of our villas, Edward van Vliet used a blend of African and modern styles for the furniture that decorates the interior of the villas.

The bedrooms have been furnished with the award-winning Evening Breeze bed. These beautifully-designed canopy beds allow for full climate control and provide you with a superb sleeping experience. And if that wasn’t enough, natural materials were used to manufacture the hardness-adjustable mattresses and cushions as only COCO-MAT can. To keep it natural, the windows and shutters have been designed with maximum adjustability in mind so that a gentle breeze can always flow through the rooms.


The fascinating crumbling ruins of Portuguese colonial buildings in Ilha de Mocambique, an historic town frozen in time.

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