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From idyllic family hideaways to romantic spa retreats, discover the best hotels in the Seychelles with Orbzii. Staying in the Seychelles is a glamorous and stylish affair, wherever you stay you will enjoy a luxury experience. 

However, with so much choice, it can be hard to make a decision where to stay in the beautiful Seychelles, but we are sure that our handy guide to the best Seychelles will give you the lowdown on the best hotel for you.

Raffles Seychelles

Exquisite villas with private pools overlooking the sublime beauty of white powdered sands, opal-hued oceans and lush green hills. If you are looking for one of the most popular Seychelles hotels, then check into Raffle Seychelles.

Located on the picturesque island of Praslin, which is regarded as the ‘Garden of Eden’, this luxury resort offers 86 incredible villas each with their own private pool that have either an ocean view or a garden view. Immerse yourself in nature with your own outdoor rain shower or enjoy a refreshing dip in your very own private plunge pool. If a bijou private pool isn’t big enough to swim your daily laps in, head over to the main swimming pool which is the biggest pool in the whole of the Seychelles!

Guests can take advantage of the 24-hour signature Raffles Butler Service where you can request anything and everything, from candlelit dining on the beach to a helicopter ride over the islands. The food is exceptional with the standout restaurant, the Losean – offering seafood, Indian-Ocean inspired delights and à la carte options.

A view from Raffles Seychelles
The incredible pool view at the Four Seasons Resort in the Seychelles

Four Seasons Resort Seychelles

Situated on the pretty island of Mahé, the Four Seasons Resort is one of the best Seychelles hotels  across the entire archipelago. Nestled in the verdant green jungle, this luxury resort overlooks a tranquil and isolated beach and is made up of a series of superb villas with private infinity pools.

Offering an unrivaled luxury experience to its guests, you can either stroll through the manicured gardens down to the stunning beach or if you so desire, take your own golf buggy for a ride to explore the fantastic amenities on offer throughout the resort.

Relax in one of the treehouse-style villas which pay homage to the rich Creole culture. If you don’t want to leave the sanctuary of your sumptuous villa, you can take advantage of the 24-hour in-villa dining, making it ideal for a romantic and  intimate meal..

If you’d rather dine out, you can enjoy a buffet breakfast at Zez and dinner at the incredible Japanese restaurant Koi which offers the most stunning views over the bay.

If luxuriating at the pool has left you yearning for more. Why not try a spot of yoga on the mountaintop in the popular Mountain Meditation class which overlooks the breathtaking beach at Petite Anse? Namaste!

Six Senses Zil Pasyon

This private-island resort offers 30 gorgeous villas and a spectacular spa wedged between granite boulders at the edge of the ocean. If straight-up luxury with a slight bobo twist is your vibe, then the Six Senses will tick all the right boxes when it comes to picking your favourite Seychelles hotels.

Secluded and spacious, the stunning villas are shrouded in tropical vegetation and offer unsurpassed ocean vistas, private infinity pools, and a dedicated butler service. Situated on the island of Félicité, this resort has the most spectacular spa which is nestled between the striking granite boulders at the edge of the ocean.

This is one of the quieter islands, but there’s ample opportunity to sail over to one of the surrounding islands such as Praslin, La Digue, and many others.

If you prefer to stay put, there are a plethora of activities that you can enjoy at the resort: paddle boarding and yoga to movie nights over the sea and diving.

Six Senses Zil Pasyon has a striking design and sits amongst the large rocky structures
Kempinski Seychelles Resort boasts large palm trees surrounding the swimming pool

Kempinski Seychelles Resort

Located on the south end of Mahé in Baie Lazare, the Kempinski Seychelles Resort is an indulgent retreat in the heart of Seychelles, offering a huge variety of facilities to keep even the most discerning guest happy.

For those looking for a slightly more rustic offering when looking for Seychelles hotels, the Kempinski Seychelles Resort is an ideal option – effortlessly combining this with endless elegance. Situated in the highly exclusive Baie Lazare region, this five-star resort provides a private haven, nestled between a beautiful bay beachfront and a magnificent mountain range.

Hit the waves with surfing sessions or why not try some scuba diving or snorkelling, where you can check out the marvelous marine life below the sea? If relaxation is the name of the game, up your zen game at the outdoor pool or soothe away the day in a spa where you can enjoy treatments both modern and traditional.

JA Enchanted Island Resort

Enchanted by name, enchanted by nature – the JA Enchanted Island Resort is a dream destination for magical holidays in Seychelles. This charming and discreet retreat spans just seven acres and has just 10 villas – all with private pools and wraparound sea views, making this a great option for those seeing solitude.

Situated on the tiny atol of Round Island, it’s accessible from the main island of Mahé in just 15 minutes by speedboat. Each of the 10 villas has its own private infinity pool, steps down to a secluded cover where you can swim, and your own personal butler.

The luxury spa offers 30 different treatments and you can also use the complimentary kayaks and snorkels to explore the waters around the island. Or why not take a cruise on a catamaran cruise through the marine park?

The JA Enchanted Island Resort
Pure sea views on pillowed decking on the sea at Coco de Mer Hotel & Black Parrot Suites

Coco de Mer Hotel & Black Parrot Suites

This glamourous Seychelles hotel lies in over 200 acres of natural beauty on the edge of the Indian Ocean on Anse Bois de Rose beach. The epitome of serenity – this hotel is ideal if you are looking for a luxury escape. Choose from either a hotel room or one of the 12 Black Parrot Junior Suites.

The iconic name is derived from the beautiful Coco de Mer palm tree – usually extremely rare but abundant amid the forested landscape that surrounds the hotel’s south coast setting.

An infinity pool on a jetty? Don’t mind if we do! If boutique boltholes are your jam when it comes to picking your Seychelles hotels, then the sumptuous Coco de Mer hotel is 100% your thing. There are two restaurants, including a casual poolside eatery and one that puts on themed buffets, barbecues, and live music.

Anantara Maia Seychelles Villas

For the ultimate combination of luxury and tranquility, the Anantara Maia Seychelles Villas offers guests the most show-stopping villas in the most peaceful surroundings. Overlooking Anse Louis beach on the southwest coast of Mahé in Seychelles, it’s the ideal place to take some time out for some serious relaxation.
One of our favourite things about this resort is the main infinity pool which is made from black lava stone that has the best vantage point of the hotel’s long, white-sand beach.

If you love to snorkel, head down from your thatched-roof villa to the front of the hotel to the reef which is teeming with the most colourful sea life.

A private pool suite at Anantara Maia Seychelles Villas
A private garden lies before the beach, equipped with a private pool at the Four Seasons Resort Seychelles Desroches Island

Four Seasons Resort Seychelles Desroches Island

If living a luxury version of a Robinson Crusoe existence is high on your list of criteria when it comes to picking your Seychelles hotels shortlist, then the delightful Four Seasons Resort Seychelles at Desroches Island offers a true castaway experience. Case in point, they even have their very own Castaway Centre where you can try everything from diving to fly fishing!

Idyllically remote, this retreat on Desroches island offers secluded pool villas, a soft sandy beach and world-class service.

The Lighthouse Restaurant makes for the most unique and memorable dining experience – glide up the twirling exterior staircase up to a mezzanine level bar with a rooftop balcony and enjoy the most incredible 360-degree views.

Looking for some things to do during your stay in the Seychelles? Why not take a look at our pick of the best things to do in the Seychelles that you shouldn’t miss.

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