A tropical paradise complemented by fantastic beaches and some of the finest hotels in the world, Seychelles is an island nation in the Indian Ocean that was once under British rule. And the best point is that guests are never far from the beach.

In fact, most Seychelles hotels are located on the beaches. Tourism is on the rise here, but this does not mean that the Seychelles in the first place do not seek to protect its pristine nature. Holidays in the Seychelles can be both relaxing and active, it all depends on you, and of course there is no shortage of funds for a successful vacation. Here are our Top Ten Seychelles Hotels for you. If you prefer a five-star holiday in an idyllic location, the Seychelles offers many options.

1. Four Seasons Resort Seychelles – Mahe

Situated on a granite plateau overlooking stunning Petite Anse Bay, the luxurious Four Seasons Seychelles Resort offers elegant interiors with stunning environmental views. Individual tree-level villas, each with its own pool, jacuzzi and outdoor shower. The hotel’s immediate area is low on budget, but the resort is packed with five pearlescent amenities, including a spa with a massive menu, a golf course, a fitness center with personal trainers, and a dive shop. Yoga classes, surfing, Creole cooking, art, hiking, sailing and more keep guests busy. The hotel has its own private beach with a staff serving refreshing drinks and catering to the needs of the guests – this is the best way to spend the day.

2. Le Domaine de L’Orangeraie Resort and Spa – La Digue

The 30-villa, 5-star MAIA Luxury Resort & Spa is a stunning white sand beach location on Mahe Island, Seychelles. The hotel offers spacious, self-contained villas – on top of a hill overlooking the ocean or just steps from the beach – with private pools and expansive terraces. The hotel’s all-inclusive service goes beyond, allowing guests to order their favorite meals and dine anywhere, anytime. It features an infinity pool with beach views, spa facilities and daily yoga. Prices include all meals, drinks, champagne, diving introduction and mastery, non-motorized water sports, exercise and laundry. Kayaking, canoeing, windsurfing and snorkeling are all included in the price. Perfect for a Seychelles honeymoon with a relaxed atmosphere.

3.Six Senses Zil Pasyon – Felicite Island

Six Senses Zil Pasyon is a new 5 * luxury boutique hotel in the Seychelles located on the private island of Félicité. With other inland islands nearby, Zil Pasyon is secluded and offers guests the utmost in privacy and luxury. Offering accommodation only in villas, Six Senses Zil Pasyon sits on the little-known private island of Félicité (Seychelles) in the Seychelles. This boutique hotel has a panoramic ocean view swimming pool, is ethical and has several restaurants that ravage the sea in search of the freshest and most delicious seafood. Your own pool, safe swimming in the crystal clear waters of the island, great advice from the chef, and effective health and wellness treatments in one of the five beach rooms of the Six Senses spa, rounded off in the evening with a glass of homemade rum and a colorful free sunset show. In the meantime, to fuel your wanderlust, here’s a quick look inside Six Senses Zil Pasyon on Felicite Island.

4. Kempinski Seychelles Resort – Mahe

The 148-room Kempinski Seychelles Resort is a chic, 5 *, family hotel on a white sand beach in the exclusive Baie Lazare area of ​​Mahe. This resort has many attractive features, including an Olympic-style outdoor infinity pool, a spa with a range of treatments, and even an on-site casino. There are many activities for children, including a kids club, playground, kids pool, free bicycles and two tennis courts. The elegant and spacious rooms are decorated in a colonial style and are equipped with minibars, flat-screen TVs and electric kettles; Balconies and suites, modern bathrooms are nice touches. A variety of restaurants and drinks throughout the resort offer outdoor dining. Wi-Fi is available for free, but connections can be slow.

5. Constance Lemuria – Praslin

The luxurious Constance Lemuria boasts magnificent beaches (no worse than Anse Lazio) on the island of Praslin. The 105 suites and villas offer spacious indoor and outdoor living areas, and some with private pools and butler service. The tiered swimming pool is the centerpiece of the resort, although one of the hotel’s most attractive features is easy access to three pristine white sand beaches. The hotel has several restaurants on the beach and several bars. Guests can play golf on the stunning golf course, take part in a variety of water sports, or completely relax at the spa. Excursions to the Valle de Mai Nature Reserve – a UNESCO heritage site are held.

6. Banyan Tree Seychelles – Mahe

The 60 Rooms at Banyan Tree Seychelles is a luxury resort of individual villas lining Mahe Hill above Intendance Bay. Banyan Tree focuses on preserving the property’s cultural and historical taste, its Creole architecture and plantation-style decoration. The villas offer great privacy and each has a private pool, pavilion, hot tub and outdoor shower. However, the experience is not cheap – food in particular is expensive – and the hotel is removed from the main tourist beaches, making it a good choice for honeymoons, but less ideal for those who prefer to be in the middle of the action.

7. Raffles Seychelles – Praslin

The luxurious Raffles Seychelles Hotel is located on a hillside overlooking Anse Takamaka Bay on the east coast of Praslin, and is mainly aimed at honeymooners and couples seeking privacy. The 86 villas are modern in style and generous in size, offering outdoor pavilions with dining areas and lounges, and private pools. The resort has its own small white sand beach, but Praslin is known for its beautiful beaches, and one of the most popular in the world, Anse Lazio, is just a 10-minute drive away. The resort’s remote location means guests will need a car if they want to explore the island paradise, but amenities – three restaurants, a spa and the largest infinity pool in the Indian Ocean – make this cozy nest easy. 

8. Savoy Seychelles Resort & Spa – Mahe

Savoy Resort & Spa is one of the best 5 * resort hotels in the Seychelles, with the largest pool on the Granite Islands. Located on the most popular Beau Vallon Beach in Mahe Island, the hotel is best suited for guests planning to take full advantage of the resort’s direct beach access, seven exceptional restaurants, an excellent spa and large gym. The 160 rooms and suites feature flat-screen TVs, air conditioning, minibars and balconies with stunning sea views or overlooking the hotel’s pool. Some suites have a kitchenette and spa bath. Around the hotel you will find a wealth of local restaurants, cafes, shops and bars. 

9. STORY Seychelles – Mahe

The concept behind The Resort Resort Beau Vallon Beach reflects the culture and history of the Seychelles. A unique resort with all modern 5-star amenities and services, including 7 restaurants and bars, a stone’s throw from Bel Ombre Golden Beach on the northern tip of Mahe. Belonging to the SLH group, the hotel, opened in 2015, offers 100 villas and suites with private terraces and dining areas in each villa. Situated at the northern tip of Mahé, H Resort Beau Vallon Beach is close to many scenic attractions – above and below the water. From the resort, snorkeling, water sports and playing beach volleyball or tennis. Along the coast to Bel Ombre or further out, the impressive landscapes of the Morne Seychelles National Park stretch. Inland, the island capital of Victoria is home to charming markets and colonial architecture. The resort can arrange trips to neighboring islands and fishing excursions.

10. Constance Ephélia – Mahe

Hotel Ephelia is located on Mahe Island, surrounded by rolling hills and white sandy beaches. It offers luxurious suites and villas with Indian Ocean views, 5 restaurants, 6 bars, 5 swimming pools and a range of boutiques. All suites and villas at Constance Ephelia Resort have a private garden. They also include a seating area with a flat-screen TV and a luxury private bathroom with a bath and shower. Some villas offer mountain or ocean views. The numerous restaurants offer a variety of local cuisine. Guests can enjoy a buffet breakfast and snacks by the pool.