Spectacular views of the Indian Ocean, talcum powder beaches, swaying palm trees, lush tropical forests and Banyan Tree’s stunning pool villas – paradise on the Seychelles. Our villas combine the best of Seychellois architecture with touches of contemporary, colonial and ‘plantation’ décor. From the high sloping ceilings, airy verandahs, louvered doors and marble floors to ethnic woven textiles, the villa interiors are nothing short of eclectic. For ocean lovers, we have 22 one-bedroom Beach Villas featuring private swimming pools and spa pavilions.
The Four Seasons Resort sits on a tropical hillside overlooking the beautiful white sand of petite anse - the resorts private beach. Guest accommodation is in creole style treehouse villas surrounded by natural botanic gardens. Each is hidden in the leafy canopy and features an infinity-edge pool, garden shower, and spacious outdoor living area. The air-conditioned bedroom and sitting areas feature tropical rosewood, silk prints, flat-screen TV, CD/DVD player, and wireless internet access.
Set on a pristine beach surrounded by tropical flora and fauna the luxurious Hilton Seychelles Labriz Resort - Spa is located on the stunning Silhouette Island in the Seychelles archipelago. A 40 minute boat ride or a short helicopter flight from the main island of Mahe this island is known for its dramatic mountain peaks rich cultural heritage and unique biodiversity.
Situated on the west coast of Mahe, Le Meridien Barbarons is set amidst tropical gardens, sparkling indigo lagoons, and pure white sands. Seychelles, a magical archipelago of expansive beaches and coral reefs located just below the equator, is imbued with a rich cultural heritage and stunning natural beauty. Le Meridien Barbarons?s 120 guest rooms and four suites feature breathtaking panoramas. The hotel?s ?La Veranda? conference room can accommodate up to 150 people in surroundings that can be extended onto the beach.
Seabirds skim the azure waters of the Indian Ocean, schools of fish flurry just below the surface, and the clear sunlight illuminates the rippling crystal waves. Welcome to the Seychelles, home of the amusingly shaped ‘lovenut’, the largest seabird colony in the world, and over one thousand species of fish. Nestled in the heart of paradise on the southern tip of Beau Vallon, Le Meridien Fisherman’s Cove re-opened in June 2004. The restored hotel features sweeping thatched roofs and local granite.
MAIA, on the main island in The Seychelles, Mahe, sits at Anse Louis on a private peninsula, with an isolated, pristine, sand beach. Just 25 minutes drive from the airport, the resort comprises 12 hectares of award-winning tropical gardens including a wide variety of endemic plants and spices. All 30 thatched, spacious 250m2 villas are completely private, with dedicated 24hour butler service, private infinity pools, sun decks with day beds and a sunken bath and all have magnificent views over the Indian Ocean.