There are a whole host of different accommodation options in the Seychelles. Most travellers tend to stay on the three main islands. Mahe is the largest and has the most accommodation options from hotels in the capital of Victoria to secluded seaside retreats. Praslin is a must-visit even if only to see the legendary Vallee de Mai - which was once called the Garden of Eden! And La Digue is certainly the most unposilt and untouched island with fewer options and people - ideal if you want to be stranded Robinson Crusoe style!
Mahe Island is the main island that hosts the capital Victoria and offers five-star resorts, happening hotels and secluded seaside resorts.
Praslin Island is home to the world-famous Vallee de Mai and the unique Coco-de-Mer palm and a wide variety of luxury lodges and resorts.
La Digue Island is smaller and more remote, offering an exclusive and luxury island escape where you will be sharing the beach with the locals only.
There are also private island retreats - where there is literally only one choice of accommodation on the island, offering the utmost in exclusivity. Most are accessed by boat, helicopter or small aeroplane. Floating holidays are also popular - guests explore the Seychelles from the comfort of a fully crewed yacht or sailing ship. You can hire a cabin or charter the whole boat if you please!
Of course, many guests choose the best of both worlds and merge these options, island hopping their way across the Seychelles. You need to let us know your preferences and we can make it happen.
NB: Our consultants have been to all these destinations and stayed in all their properties, so if you have questions, just ask us. Don't delay - contact us to plan your tailormade trip!
Le Chateau de Feuilles
Crystal clear ocean, soft white sand and pink granite rocks are the ingredients that define Praslin Island. Finding its spot in paradise, Le Chateau de Feuilles adds elegance to this natural paradise.
Le Duc De Praslin
Voted best small hotel in the Seychelles twice, Le Duc de Praslin is an exquisite offering on the beautiful Cote d'Or Beach, with superior rooms and decadent suites nestled among orchids in the tropical gardens.
Sainte Anne Resort & Spa
Sainte Anne Resort & Spa is undeniably one of the finest hotels in the Seychelles, set on a 220-hectare private island, surrounded by one of the largest Marine Parks in the Indian Ocean. It consists of 87 private Villas, 29 of which have private pools.
La Digue Island Lodge
The largest hotel on La Digue, most visitors to the island stay here. With a number of different accommodation options there is something to suit every traveller's needs.
Located on the north coast of Praslin, set amid luscious tropical gardens and fringed by the soft, white beaches of the Côte d'Or, Paradise Sun is a truly stunning destination.
Maia Luxury Resort & Spa
Maia Luxury Resort & Spa covers 30 acres across lush tropical gardens, on a private peninsula on the southwest coast of the main island of Seychelles, Mahe. Each of the 30 spacious one bedroom villas has uninterrupted ocean views.
Beau Vallon Bay Resort and Casino
This massive 232-room resort is located in the famous Beau Vallon Bay, world-renowned for its beaches and beauty. It is an ideal getaway for families and groups looking for a beach holiday with an array of activities.
North Island Lodge
An unparalleled beach resort which gives you exclusive use of North Island, this luxury lodge encompasses 11 private villas each opening up onto a breathtaking beach with a private plunge pool and sala.
Frégate Island Private
Arrive by helicopter from nearby Mahé to find your wooden pool deck dotted with luminaries. Only palm trees, reflecting in your private villa’s pool, stand between you and the Indian Ocean horizon.
Banyan Tree Seychelles
Situated on one of the world's best 10 beaches and boasting an array of luxury villas each with its own swimming pool and private outdoor Jacuzzi, tropical paradise does not come much better than the Banyan Tree Seychelles!
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