Best Seychelles Resorts

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Located in the western Indian Ocean, The Seychelles is a unique travel destination renowned for its timeless beauty, tranquility and diversity, which rolls from emerald green rainforests down to crystal clear turquoise waters.

Constance Lemuria Resort, Praslin

Set on the beautiful beach of Anse Kerlan, Constance Lemuria is an idyllic hideaway, lined by white sand beaches on the ocean side and fringed by forest. The chic suites and villas are scattered across tropical gardens. In the villas you’ll enjoy an al fresco dining area, private pool and the option of a private chef or barbecue. There’s plenty of dining options with the hotel’s four restaurants and five bars. The tranquil spa offers a range of treatments, a wet area and a fitness centre, and for those seeking a more active getaway, the resort also features diving and snorkelling, watersports including windsurfing and sailing, a championship golf course, tennis courts and mountain bike hire. For families, Constance Kids Club has a programme of activities and watersports for 4 to 11 year olds.

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Constance Ephelia Resort, Mahe

With direct access to two of best beaches on Mahé, the family-friendly Constance Ephelia is set in 300 acres of private land, bordering the marine park of Port Launay.  Home to one of the largest spas in the Indian Ocean, there are plenty of activities on offer here too, such as ziplining through mangrove forests, rock climbing and hiking.  Non-motorised water sports such as pedalos, catamarans, windsurfing and kayaks are included in your stay and there is a fully equipped gym, tennis court and a squash court. There’s also a kids’ club, five swimming pools, and a wide range of dining options in the resort's five restaurants and six bars. Accommodation in this vast resort ranges from Junior Suites just steps from the beach, to secluded Hillside Villas with in-villa dining and private infinity pools, perfect for a luxurious hideaway.

STORY Seychelles, Mahe

The STORY Seychelles boasts a prime location in Beau Vallon Beach, one of the most luxurious neighbourhoods on the island of Mahé. With 3km of white sand beach and turquoise water, it is the only beach in Mahe where it's possible to swim all year round and has a natural reef which can be reached by swimming 50m directly from the shore. The Sesel spa offers a selection of signature treatments whilst the gardens include tennis courts, volleyball and a gym overlooking the lagoon. Suitable for children aged 3 to 12 years, the Tree Tops Kids Club offers plenty of fun filled activities, and with five restaurants and two bars within its grounds, there's everything from lavish buffet breakfasts to teppanyaki shows.

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Four Seasons Seychelles, Mahe

Set on a jungle-clad hillside next to one of the top ten beaches in the world this resort is a slice of paradise and perfect whether you're travelling as a family or a couple. Offering 67 free-standing luxury villas, the Four Seasons makes the most of the horseshoe-shaped bay of Petite Anse and combines one of the island’s most dramatic backdrops with five-star service. Wrap-around decks encircle the villas and each has private pools with breathtaking views of the crystal clear waters of the Indian Ocean. During the day, head to the water sports pavilion or the spa, where there is a specially developed introduction to holistic healing for youngsters, before enjoying your own treatments, whilst the kids dash off to the Kids For All Seasons club.

Hilton Seychelles Northolme, Mahe

Comprising of stilted private villas overlooking the Beau Vallon Bay and with direct access to a secluded beach, The Hilton Seychelles Northolme Resort lies on the northern tip of Mahé, the largest island in the Seychelles archipelago. There is a range of complimentary non motorized water sports on offer including snorkelling, SUPs and kayaks, plus the hotel runs a coral restoration programme and twice daily guests can accompany the Marine Conservation Society on guided snorkelling. There are several restaurants and bars; the signature Mahe Restaurant offers authentic Creole flavours, or dine al fresco at Wave and enjoy cocktails, light bites, and live music at Oceanview Bar & Restaurant. The resort also features a luxurious spa, yoga pavilion and an infinity pool with views of the Indian Ocean.

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Hilton Seychelles Labriz, Silhouette Island

Located within a protected Marine National Park, Hilton Seychelles Labriz Resort & Spa is the only resort located on Seychelles’ Silhouette Island. The resort is made up of private villas, scattered around the hillside, the beach or gardens. With seven restaurants there's a variety of dining options. The Eforea Spa is surrounded by jungle and offers 6 stilted treatment rooms. The Kids’ club, for children aged 4-12, offers fun-filled, professionally supervised programs. If something a little more energetic is the order of the day, there are plenty of activities on offer, or discover the island's marine life at the resort's Dive Centre, which offers PADI Open Water Diver courses and for kids; the PADI Seal Team program.

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Kempinski Seychelles Resort, Mahé

Located on the south end of Mahé in Baie Lazare, the Kempinski Seychelles Resort is an indulgent retreat offering a huge variety of facilities and activities. The 148 rooms and suites have been tastefully decorated and come with private, furnished balconies or terraces that have either hill, sea, or beachside views. One of the Kempinski's highlights is the Olympic-size infinity pool and the luxury spa offers a variety of massages, body treatments and facials in traditional bungalow treatment rooms with views of the tropical gardens. Those of a more active nature will appreciate the hiking and biking trails, yoga classes, and non motorized water activities that are available, and the Kids Club, for 3-12 year olds, has a range of entertainment, including giant tortoise feeding, arts and crafts, and Sega Dancing, to keep them busy until sundown.

L'Escale Resort Marina & Spa, Mahe

Surrounded by rugged mountains, emerald forests, and multihued waters, L’Escale Resort Marina & Spa takes it's name from the rest stops made by seafarers of the Ottoman Empire, Therein lies the concept at the heart of the resort; a luxury boutique hotel designed to welcome voyagers of modern times into a place of rest, relaxation and beauty. Housing 25 luxurious guest rooms, ranging from Classic Rooms to Suites and Villas, with either mountain or ocean views, all rooms are beautifully designed, with well-appointed furnishings that are both lavish and comfortable. L’Escale Lounge & Restaurant has magnificent views of the marina and main swimming pool and provides decadent international cuisine, with a refreshing Creole touch. The Eden Holistic Spa provides a choice of rejuvenating treatments, or you can explore the wonders of the Seychelles islands with a boat ride from the hotel’s private marina.

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Raffles Seychelles, Praslin

Nestled on the magical island of Praslin, aptly referred to as the mythological and idyllic ‘Garden of Eden’. Here the 86 contemporary villas are sumptuously appointed and feature a private outdoor pavilion, plunge pool and balcony to soak up breathtaking views of the opal-hued ocean, white sandy beach and lush green hills. Restaurants at Raffles Seychelles combine a global offering alongside local specialities, served with fine wines and exotic cocktails. The luxurious spa features a sauna, steam room, soaking pool, yoga pavilion and a beauty salon plus observation decks to enjoy spectacular views of the ocean and tropical gardens. Non-motorised watersports are offered free of charge and other activities such as diving, golf and excursions to the Vallée de Mai can also be arranged. The Sugar Palm Kids Club's offers a wealth of activities.

Anantara Maia Villas, Mahe

Set on the southwest coast of Mahé, on a granite headland beside the idyllic Anse Louis beach, Anantara Maia offers ultimate peace and privacy. The 30 secluded villas all boast their own infinity pools, a submerged outdoor double bath and a secluded gazebo with an oversized day bed. It's an all inclusive experience here, so take advantage of the many private dining options which are also available as part of the package or dine in the Tec Tec restaurant, which specialises in Mediterranean cuisine with an Asian Creole influence. A range of spa treatments are offered in three thatched-roof, open-air pavilions. Free morning yoga and qi gong sessions are also on offer, plus there's even a spa menu for kids too. The Very Important Kids programme includes a variety of activities such as treasure hunts, crafting and sandcastle building and babysitting is available on request.

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