Anantara Maia Seychelles
Early Booking Offer of up to 15% off, plus free nights offer!
Embrace restorative luxury in private villas edging porcelain sands framed by thirty acres of forest. Exotic tropical delights are in abundance here where the resort blends seamlessly with the landscape. Unwind in Bill Bensley designed villas that combine rustic elements of hammered copper with elegant soft furnishings. Soak up some rays by your endless infinity pool or stroll onto the secluded beach. Experience our ‘Beyond All Inclusive’ package to dine wherever, whenever and personalise your meals with our chef. Wander through the flowered gardens for tranquil moments or let the gentle breeze accompany a signature therapy at Anantara Spa. Immerse yourself in exquisite luxury at Anantara Maia Seychelles Villas. Accommodation Embrace secluded coastal harmony in this exclusive resort flanked by lush floral and herb-filled gardens. Designed in perfect harmony with the surroundings, these luxurious villas offer exceptional space for friends and family overlooking totally unspoilt natural beauty. Your Villa Host is on hand day and night for dedicated service from beginning to end. Ocean Pool Villa Enjoy unparalleled luxury and seclusion, complete with your own infinity pool that blends into the environment. Bask in the epitome of the Seychelles holiday experience in a charming haven finished to exceptional standards. A … Continued
Fregate Private Island
Disappear from the world in the conservation sanctuary surrounded by sapphire seas. Fregate Island is a mini Galapagos in the Seychelles for the few to discover, with just 17 secluded Villas amidst three square kilometers of pristine nature. All is designed for carefree luxury in harmony with the precious environment, where villas merge with the spectacular scenery secluded in lush foliage, and infinity pools spill into the blue horizon. The island paradise, bursting with wildlife, invites guests to immerse body and mind in nature’s beauty. Accomodations Dining Fregate House is home to our restaurant which is characterized by a plantation style and casual elegance. It’s a fine à la carte restaurant where you can dine while admiring the beautiful scenery of the clear blue ocean and the islands of Praslin and La Digue on the horizon. Just some steps below Fregate House you find this little hutch, the Pirates Bar. It is the perfect venue for your sunset cocktail while admiring the beautiful scenery of the clear blue ocean and the islands of Praslin and La Digue on the horizon. The wine cellar is the most perfect location for an intimate dinner, paired with your favourite vintage wine. Plantation House … Continued
Six Senses Zil Pasyon, Seychelles Felicite Island
Up to 37% off in 2023
Félicité is a private island located 30 nautical miles (55 kilometers) northeast of Seychelles International Airport in Mahé. Multiple inner islands, including the well known Praslin and La Digue, surround it. A scenic 20-minute helicopter flight from Mahé or a 20-minute speedboat trip from Praslin Island takes you to Félicité and Six Senses Zil Pasyon, which occupies one third of the island. Félicité is one of the most dramatically beautiful isles in the 115-island nation and features massive granite boulders and picture-perfect beaches. Measuring 652 acres (264 hectares), the resort embraces and celebrates nature while offering every creature comfort. The consistently warm tropical weather makes the Seychelles an ideal year-round destination. Accommodations Six Senses Zil Pasyon presents 28 one-bedroom pool villas and two two-bedroom pool villas ranging from 2,150 sq.ft (200 sq.m) to 5,380 sq.ft (500 sq.m), plus three private residences. Every villa offers seclusion embraced by tropical vegetation and spacious surroundings, unsurpassed vistas of the ocean, a private infinity-edge pool and its own GEM (Guest Experience Maker) butler service. Hideaway Pool Villa, 1,880 sq.ft (175 sq.m) Private infinity pool of 215 sq.ft (20 sq.m) with sunken inside bed Large external deck with sunbed, sun chairs and dining table Located … Continued