Mahe Hotels

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  • Banyan Tree, Seychelles
    Nestled in Intendance Bay with spectacular views of the Indian Ocean, one of the world's most beautiful talcum powder beaches, swaying palm trees and lush tropical forest, Banyan Tree Seychelles provides a rare taste of paradise. For the very best of Seychellois architecture, its 60 stunning pool villas combine contemporary, colonial and 'plantation' décor; from high ...sloping ceilings, airy verandas and louvered doors to ethnic woven textiles. The eclectic villa interiors provide a true sense of place - allowing you to experience Banyan Tree's signature blend of romance, rejuvenation and exotic sensuality in Seychellois style.Show More
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  • Berjaya Hotel & Casino Exterior
    With a sense of warmth hospitality combined with the tranquil surroundings, Berjaya Beau Vallon Bay Beach Resort & Casino will ensure an unforgettable holiday experience full with fond memories to be taken away with you.
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  • Four Seasons Mahe
    Offering solitude and serenity, each of Four Seasons Resort Seychelles’s 67 villas – including five suites – offers a private sanctuary, perched on stilts high on the jungle hillside or nestled amidst greenery close to the beach. Views look toward the azure waters of the Indian Ocean. With more living area outdoors than indoors, these expansive accommodations are des ...igned in traditional Creole style, featuring natural timber and brick. Many incorporate existing granite boulders into their sleek, airy interiors. Each villa is surrounded by a large hardwood deck. The highlight is an infinity-edge plunge pool, edged by comfortable chaises longues and a marble dining table. A shaded daybed is perfect for an al fresco massage, a fan-cooled afternoon siesta or lounging to watch the sun set over the sea. Show More
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  • Le Meridien Fisherman’s Cove
    Seabirds skim the azure waters of the Indian Ocean, schools of fish flurry just below the surface, and the clear sunlight illuminates the rippling crystal waves. Welcome to the Seychelles, home of the amusingly shaped “love nut,” the largest seabird colonies in the world, and over 1,000 fish species. Nestled in the heart of paradise on the southern tip of Beau Vallon ..., Le Méridien Fisherman’s Cove re-opened in June 2004. The restored hotel features granite walls, thatched roofs, and a maze of fountains. The hotel’s 70 guest rooms and suites all boast stunning ocean views. Show More
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  • Maia Resort, Seychelles
    Maia is more than a sanctuary, more than an escape and much, much more than a hotel. It is a place of physical, mental and spiritual awakening, a place of rediscovery. The symbol of Maia is the lotus blossom, which unfolds to reveal each of its petals in turn. At Maia, you arrive as the bud of a lotus flower. During your stay, all the layers of your senses expand, gro ...w and blossom in the warmth and light of the Maia experience. At the heart of the flower – and at the heart of Maia – you find perfect relaxation, awareness and intuition. Maia is a place designed to take you away from the cares of the world. It is a pure, tranquil refuge, a place where the spirit is renewed and every need is anticipated and fulfilled. This renewal of body, mind and soul enables those who visit Maia to journey into the still centre of their own hearts, and to find unexpected beauty in all they see, touch, hear and feel.Show More
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  • Sunset Beach Resort, Seychelles
    Enjoying some of the most evocative sunsets in Seychelles, the aptly named Sunset Beach Resort is the perfect place for everyone who is a romantic at heart. The Sunset Beach Resort has recently been beautifully and meticulously refurbished using a combination of top quality imported furniture and the best of locally hand-crafted furnishings. Situated on a private beac ...h at Glacis, on the delightfully untouched north-west coast of Mahé, the main island in Seychelles, the Sunset Beach Resort has a perfect setting. Located just a few minutes from the capital, Victoria, and a matter of 15 minutes from Seychelles International Airport, the Sunset Beach Resort also lies within easy reach of the main attractions of Mahé.Show More
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