Seychelles Four Season

Seychelles Four Seasons

Four Seasons Seychelles villa

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The Seychelles Four Season Resort is a beautiful resort on Mahe Island's top beaches. After a 40-minute drive from Victoria International Airport, you reach a secluded haven with stunning mountain-top views and the incomparably blue Indian Ocean.

All foreign visitors to the Seychelles are permitted entry without a visa. You must be carrying a valid passport, a returning or onward ticket, documentation of your lodging, and enough money.

The check-in time at the resort is 3 PM and the checkout time is 12 PM.

Four Seasons Resort Seychelles: full tour

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Accommodations

The accommodations include Guest rooms, private residencies and suites.

All Guest Rooms are independent villas with their own pools and spacious sunken bathtubs, either by the beach or tucked away among some of the lush tropical hillsides, making them ideal for romantic retreats.

The setting of the villa is just magical.

The lovely "luxury tree-house" on stilts is surrounded by a verdant natural setting and has its own balcony and sala. Colonial-style furnishings adorn the roomy villa interiors. The home includes a spacious bed that overlooks the pools and the lovely scenery.

It contains an adjoining en-suite bathroom and a sitting space. The bathroom has a door that leads to the pool and an outdoor shower. Alternatively, you can enter the pool by the main door, the deck, or the sliding doors next to the bed.

The Resort's Suites have outdoor showers, private pools, decks, and outdoor dining areas. They are either a short distance from the breathtaking Indian Ocean shores or boldly placed on a steep mountainside Petite Anse Bay.

Residence villas are ideal for large gatherings of friends and family. They are perched high on the resort's hillsides and provide unmatched solitude and spectacular ocean views. They also include their own infinity pool, kitchen, and resident host.

The entire property views the lovely bay and green hills, and the deck has two lounge chairs that are a couple of steps down from the main deck. The bathroom is without a doubt the villa's best feature. A sunken bathtub with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooks the breathtaking view and wrap-around pool.

Facilities

1.  A Pool for swimming

It is located on the beach's edge near to the restaurant Kannel and has both recreational and lap zones. It is surrounded by large cinnamon trees. There are chaise loungers around the pool, and there are dining and drinking options there as well.

2.  A shoreline

The remote horseshoe beach at the foot of the Resort Seychelles is one of the island's best-kept secrets. Beautiful black granite rocks contrast with the calm cove's white sand beach and azure waters.

Due to the area's protection from an outer reef and dense vegetation, the water is remarkably quiet and safe for families to swim in. Due to its secluded location, the beach is noticeably free from erosion, which adds to its idyllic attractiveness.

There are five cabanas accessible at the beach, located just behind the tree line, and they offer options for covered daytime relaxation, spa services, and evening eating.

3. Water activities

The water sports pavilion's own Padi dive center offers snorkeling equipment and excursions in addition to scuba diving with cutting-edge gear and qualified instructors. Takamaka Bay, one of the diving sites that is most convenient to the resort, is a fantastic area to see the spectacular granite buildings and unusual reef life of the Seychelles.

This Resort is the only place in Seychelles that provides surf gear rental and training from certified instructors.

Scuba diving, sailing, canoeing, kayaking, and use of a 17-foot Trimaran are other activities accessible at the pavilion. Additional beach equipment includes drifting mats, inflated balls as well as toys, beach rackets, and accessories.

4. A sports facility

The resort's fitness center is not far from the beach. With a focus on cardio fitness & circuit exercise with free weights, the gym includes a sizable collection of Technogym machines.

5. A trail for jogging or strolling

If you're searching for a modest route, the Resort features a jogging path that goes through the gardens at the bottom of the hill and circles the lagoon. It is preferable to take a leisurely stroll along a demanding path with significant steep climbs as well as some of the Resort's most breathtaking views.

6. The Kids for all Seasons

Kids ages 4 to 12 can participate in the resort's free Kids For All Seasons Program at the clubhouse every day from 9 am to 9 pm.

7. Occasionally engaging in leisure activities

Bookings for tennis, bird watching, hiking, paragliding, barbecuing, and deep-sea fishing can be made with the assistance of the resort's concierge.

8. Library 

Guests can relax by reading a variety of contemporary publications, as well as books about the Seychelles and Creole culture.

9. Independent stores

The resort has two stylish shops: the Four Seasons Shop, which has an elegant range of handbags, clothes, and shoes, as well as gifts, sundries, plus souvenirs, and an expensive jeweller with a lovely collection of pearl and diamond jewellery.

Exclusive Services

1. Dining in a continental style

Every villa features an outside dining area, so guests may sample the dishes the Resort's chefs specialize in whenever they wish. Champagne brunches, seaside barbecues, romantic dinners, picnic baskets, and flight boxes are additional culinary options that are available upon request.

2.      Spa

Five spa pavilions house, five treatment rooms, five double and three single and all of them feature breath-taking glimpses of the Indian Ocean. A rain shower, two massaging chairs, an outside bathtub, and restrooms are included in each double room.

3.      Kannel bar

The Kannel Bar offers energetic fresh fruit drinks and beverages all day long in a relaxed indoor-outdoor setting adjacent to the beach and pool.

4.  ZEZ lounge

The best place to enjoy sashimi, sushi, pre-dinner cocktails, and post-dinner drinks is at ZEZ Lounge. It exudes a welcoming and refined elegance. The Lounge's atmosphere is enhanced by the ocean views. There are a variety of drinks, wines, and cigars available.

5.  Hillside dining  ZEZ

Zez, the resort's main restaurant, offers a sizable international breakfast buffet in addition to locally sourced fresh fruits and drinks.

The supper menu includes dishes from contemporary Europe. Fish is included on almost every menu item at the restaurant, which emphasizes simple cuisine with seasonal ingredients.

A substantial wine list features 250 wine labels from the Old and New World, with the "local" house wines originating only from South Africa.

Set menus are available for larger groups, along with kid-focused services and menus. During weekly speciality evenings featuring Arabic and Italian cuisines, respectively, the best meats, cheeses, and family-style pasta feasts are offered, showcasing the best of the Middle East.

6.  Kannel - beachside restaurant

Kannel is a beachfront restaurant that serves genuine cuisines from all around the world.

Lunch is a delectable selection of smaller dishes influenced by distinctive Creole flavors and made using ingredients grown on the lush grounds of the Resort.
In addition, the restaurant serves healthy spa food and snacks. Regional specialities like the Creole Fish Curry are offered at the restaurant in addition to burgers, sandwiches, wraps, salads, and wood-fired pizzas.

Location of the Resort

The Resort is hidden away in the remote Petite Anse bay on Mahe Island in the Seychelles.

From here, you can easily know about the culture at places like the Victoria Market which is in the neighborhood, and the Takamaka Rum Distillery or one can travel by boat on escorted day cruises to other far-flung islands like the La Digue Island or the  Praslin Island.

Budget

In low season the price per person is £ 3271.

Whereas in the high season the price per person is £3710.

Flights, seven nights' lodging with breakfast and personal transportation are all included in the price.

 

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