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Seychelles Hotel Guide; Advice from the Experts

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Ben Nelson
26 Jan
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Welcome to our Seychelles Hotel Guide, your ultimate companion for navigating the enchanting landscapes and luxurious hotels scattered across this tropical paradise.

From 4-star retreats with expansive pools to exclusive 5-star plus properties nestled in secluded locations, Seychelles caters to a diverse range of preferences. Whether you seek family-friendly resorts, romantic boutique hideaways, or eco-conscious havens, our guide provides a glimpse into the best that Seychelles has to offer.

4 Star +

  1. Carana Beach: A small contemporary boutique accommodation on the north coast of Mahe, Carana Beach provides affordable luxury in 40 stylish chalets overlooking the beach.
  2. Le Domain De la Orangerie: La Digue's most luxurious hotel, boasting 63 rooms in a lush, natural setting. With restaurants, a bar, and a pool situated across the road near Le Passe, it offers an upscale experience.
  3. Le Domain De La Reserve: Occupying the North East Coast of Praslin within a marine national park, this resort ensures a private and safe beach experience surrounded by a protective reef.
  4. Larchipal: A small family-run property on the north of Praslin, Larchipal occupies a private beach with hillside rooms that provide lovely views.

5 Star

  1. Constance Ephelia: Positioned on the West Coast of Mahe, Constance Ephelia stands as one of the largest hotels in the Indian Ocean. Known for its family-friendly facilities, it caters to active guests and is a popular property.
  2. Story Seychelles: Nestled on Beau Vallon Beach on Mahé Island, Story Seychelles is a boutique property set against the lush greenery of the Morne Seychellois National Park. Featuring chic modern villas, it offers a contemporary and stylish ambiance.
  3. Alphonse Island: Situated on remote outer Coral islands, Alphonse Island offers some of the best snorkeling, diving, and fishing experiences. The focus is on exclusivity and immersion in nature.
  4. Denis Island: A rustic outer coral private island, Denis Island emphasizes sustainability and provides guests with an immersive experience surrounded by local wildlife.

5 Star +

  1. Constance Lemuria: Sheltered in a North Western cove on Praslin, Constance Lemuria is the only property in Seychelles with an 18-hole golf course. Its extensive facilities make it suitable for both honeymooners and families.
  2. Fregate Island: An inner granite private island east of Mahe, Fregate Island boasts 16 boutique villas. The island is home to giant tortoises and serves as a nesting site for turtles. Carefully managed development emphasizes the abundance of animal life and nature.
  3. Mango House: A boutique beachfront hotel on Mahe, Mango House was once the home of an Italian photographer. With 41 spaces, including rooms, suites and beachfront villas, it offers unobstructed views of Anse Aux Poules Bleues.
  4. Raffles: Perched on the north-eastern slopes of Praslin, Raffles is an 86-villa luxury resort with five-star service. The expansive property offers the largest pool in the Seychelles and stunning views of Anse Takamara Beach.

6 Star

  1. North Island: The most exclusive property in the Seychelles, North Island features 11 large villas on a privately run island. Emphasising barefoot luxury and harmony with nature, it offers guided nature trails, excellent fishing, and snorkeling spots.
  2. Six Senses Zil Pasyon: Located on the private island of Félicité, Six Senses Zil Pasyon is accessible by helicopter or boat transfer. With only 30 villas, it ensures privacy and exclusivity and is renowned as one of the hippest properties in the Seychelles.
  3. Four Seasons Desroches: The only resort on the island of Desroches, reachable by air transfer, Four Seasons Desroches is situated on an isolated 933-acre outer coral island. With private pools in all rooms and a rustic yet fashionable style, it provides a new level of luxury.
  4. Four Seasons Mahe: Bold and brash in design, Four Seasons Mahe is located on the steep, forested hillside on the southwestern side of Mahé. With a horseshoe-shaped bay providing a private beach experience, it offers a unique and luxurious stay.
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