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Top 7 holiday resorts to visit in Seychelles
What are the top 7 holiday resorts to visit in Seychelles? If you picked Seychelles as a country to have a vacation in, which of the resorts would you prefer to stay in.
This country of islands is amazing and beautiful to behold. Which of the 7 resorts pulls at the strings of your heart? They are all absolutely amazing and the only choice you should be making is the choice of staying at the resorts closest to the places that you want to visit.
- Anantara maia Seychelles Villas
This resort is located on the secluded Anse Louis beach. It overlooks the warm Indian Ocean waters and is on private property as wide as 12 acres.
The entire resort has only 10 oceanfront villas and 20 panoramic villas. You have access to private pools and a staff numbering 230 people.
The service is exceptional and they do Balinese style spa and offer restorative treatments.
- Fregate Island
This is another secluded paradise that is located on Seychelle’s popular island Mahe. Dream away as you spend your vacation in luxury best experienced than imagined.
This island is home to giant Aldabra tortoises, sea turtles and much rare birdlife.
In the midst of exquisite fauna, you will find 16 villas made of balau wood, including a beach buggy and a private pool. It is an idyll for couples and you have a personal butler who will see to your every need.
- Six Senses Zil Pasyon
This resort is located on the island Félicité. It is unspoiled and beautiful in its raw form. There are colossal granite boulders that are for a border on the island’s shoreline, making it a perfect escape from a busy life.
The management creates exceptional guest experiences around the features of the resort and keeps you coming back. The resort occupies one-third of the island and the remaining two-third is for wildlife. They have fine dining and bars on the island, including sport and leisure facilities.
- Four Seasons Resort, Seychelles
This speaks of the lost Eden from the bible. It is such a beautiful place that the guest is constantly being thrilled by living in a luxury resort but surrounded by a primaeval jungle.
The villas have plunge pools along the hillside. The sandy beach is a stroll away and cinnamon trees and frangipani scent the beach’s pathway.
The resort has lovely pools for swimming or water sports and poolside dining and refreshments are always available. There is a spa and adults and children are catered for accordingly.
- Raffles Seychelles
The island of Praslin is also said to be close to the original Garden of Eden. It has 86 villas each having its own plunge pool and outdoor pavilions.
You get to soak in Opal coloured ocean, sandy beaches and walk along lush green hills. The customer service is exceptional and the Seychellois spirit is in full bloom.
You can swim, snorkel, sunbathe, kayak, or just lie on the beach and soak it all in.
- Constance Ephelia
The resort is located on the northwest coast of Mahé island. It overlooks the Port Launay National Marine Park, more places to visit.
Some of the activities you can do in this resort are lounge in your contemporary accommodation, at the various categories. There are five restaurants to explore and see what Seychelles cuisine has to offer.
Spend your days giving yourself TLC at the Spa village and stay active with the gym or hang out with other guests and play beach volleyball.
- Hilton Seychelles Labriz Resort & Spa
At this exclusive resort, you can arrive by helicopter or boat ride. Both routes are scenic and memorable.
The Hilton Seychelles Labriz is an award-winning hotel encompassed by the tropical nature reserve and the Indian Ocean. The Seychelles government protects ninety per cent of the island and this resort is the only one on the island.
This spot was once home to pirates and plantations. On this island are mountains, beaches and virgin forests. Guided tours are organized for tourists and on them, you can bike, fish, sail and dive.
There are private villas and each villa has its own gardens, terrace or pool and so is private. The spa is set on stilts over the rocks and jungle. How fascinating!
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