Four Seasons Resort Seychelles
- 7 nights
- from $2600 per person for 7 nights
Located in a dramatic setting on the granite island of Mahé with breathtakingly beautiful views, The Four Seasons Resort Seychelles offers tree top living in one of the most sought-after luxury getaways in the Indian Ocean.
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At a Glance
Located on one of the most beautiful beaches on Mahé
Good range of water sports available
Stunning sunset views from the top of the spa roof
Excellent children's club and activities for the whole family
Beautiful individual tree-house accommodation complete with private pool and private decking
Delicious cuisine served in Zez or Kannel restaurant
The rooftop terrace on top of the spa is a wonderful spot to enjoy the sunsetJuliet Morris
Enjoy the Four Seasons touches whilst lying by the pool - complimentary drinks and snacks to refresh throughout the dayAlice Moseley
Enjoy snorkeling in the shallow waters where you can see some amazing fish! Especially the parrot fish, who are to thank for the soft sand on the beach!Alice Moseley
Whilst relaxing by the pool or beach, Mr Shades and Mr Lotion will come by offering to clean your sunglasses and give you some sun cream - no need to move!Scott Dunn team
Four Seasons really know how to do a good spa and this one is no exception, enjoy a late afternoon treatment and then relax and admire the beautiful sunset from the rooftop of the spa with a sundowner - magical!Gemma Dobson
Get up early and take the ferry across to Praslin or the tiny island of La Digue to get a real taste of island lifeJules Maury
If you have little ones, the hotel can place a fence around the pool in the villaAlice Moseley
Enjoy a complimentary glass of sparkling wine on the spa roof top - served each day between 6pm and 7pmJuliet Morris
Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to Four Seasons Resort Seychelles
This stunning resort has tree-top inspired villas cleverly positioned to make the most of their elevated settings on a lush hillside overlooking the island’s south west shores. Inside they consist of sitting areas, opulent Four Seasons-styled bathrooms and between one and six bedrooms, whilst outside there’s an expansive deck with dining areas, day beds and infinity-edge pools offering wonderful sunset views of the bay. The resort is a hideaway of romantic simplicity and of course offers the legendary Four Seasons service and attention to detail.
The Seychelles form an archipelago of 115 islands scattered across the equatorial Indian Ocean. First colonized by the French in 1770, the islands still feel undiscovered and only about 20 are inhabited. The Seychelles have no indigenous population and today they display a vibrant ethnic diversity – with the largest groups being of French, African, Indian and Chinese descent. A strong French Creole influence is evident in culture, custom and cuisine.
The Four Seasons Resort has a full range of water sports on offer together with a host of cultural excursions including a visit to the vibrant and bustling Victoria Market, where you will see everything from local crafts made from coconut to silk paintings and handmade jewelry. Fishermen bring their catch to the fish market, and stalls sell fragrant spices, citronella tea and local delicacies.
Children will be in safe hands at the ’Kids for All Seasons’ club open all day for children aged 4 to 12 years old, whilst grown-ups can simply relax at the hilltop spa, enjoy watersports, explore the jungle or take a boat trip to see the largest population of giant tortoises outside the Galapagos.
At Four Seasons, guests enjoy a unique vantage point from which to explore the sights, sounds and experiences that are typical of the Seychelles.
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 lush tropical greenery close to the beach. The scent of the frangipani trees fills the rooms and views look toward the azure waters of the Indian Ocean. All villas and suites feature: down duvets and pillows, indoor/outdoor shower, deep soaking tub, private WC, walk in wardrobe, hairdryer, slippers, wifi, TV/DVD, iPod dock, infinity pool, decking and air-conditioning.
With more living area outdoors than indoors, these expansive accommodations are designed 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.
|Hilltop Ocean View Villa||
These spacious villas, set above the island's granite terrain, feature undisturbed and unforgettable panoramic views of the turquoise and blue waters of the bay and the surrounding mountains. They each have a wraparound deck with chaises longues and daybeds, private infinity-edge plunge pool, glass-walled indoor rain shower and outdoor shower with sky view. They feature one king bed or two queen beds and en suite bathroom.
|Ocean View Villa||
Set above the island's granite terrain but close to all the resort's amenities, Ocean-View Villas exude all the comfort and charm of a private home. A short walk from the shoreline, the villas feature beautiful views of the Indian Ocean. They feature one king bed or two queen beds and an en suite bathroom.
|Garden View Villa||
The most suitable choice for families with children, these villas are set in the rain forest, just steps from the shoreline and feature stunning views of the island's lush tropical surroundings and lagoon.
Heavily scented by the local flora, they are close to the resort's restaurants and facilities. They feature one king bed or two queen beds and en suite bathroom.
|Three Bedroom Royal Suite||
The Three-Bedroom Royal Suite features unrivalled views of the Indian Ocean and the white sands of Petite Anse beach alongside the jungle-clad hillside and is the only suite with direct private access to the beach. The suite is comprised of four pavilions, with bedrooms distinct from the living space for added privacy. The fourth pavilion is a two-storey space with an indoor entertaining area. It includes a lounge, dining area, pantry, study and den. It is complemented by the extensive outdoor living space, complete with an infinity-edge pool, whirlpool and expansive wooden deck. The Suite has two king beds, two queen beds and three bathrooms.
|Two Bedroom Presidential Suite||
The Two-Bedroom Presidential Suite has wonderful views of the Indian Ocean and the stunning white sands of Petite Anse. Just steps from the beach, the suite comprises three pavilions, with bedrooms distinct from the living space for added privacy. Each room has a sunken bath. The living room looks through to the pool deck, over the infinity-edge pool and onto the Indian Ocean. There is a sizable wraparound deck which is ideal for in-suite private dining and a butler service is available on request.
|Two Bedroom Hilltop Ocean View Suite||
Set high above the resort, amidst the island's jungle and granite landscape, Two-Bedroom Hilltop Ocean-View Suites feature unforgettable panoramic views of the turquoise and blue waters of Petite Anse. The two bedrooms are set in their own private pavilions for extra privacy and feature one king bed and two queen beds with two full en suite bathrooms. A private butler service is available on request.
|Two Bedroom Ocean View Suite||
The Two-Bedroom Ocean-View Suite offers unforgettable views of the turquoise and blue waters of Petite Anse and the Indian Ocean. The two bedrooms are separate from the living space for even more privacy, and the spacious living area overlooks your private pool deck which is furnished with chaises longues and a whirlpool. There is one king bed and two queen beds and two full bathrooms.
A select number of the Hilltop Ocean View Villas with the best views and most privacy have been enhanced with added amenities and a changed layout of furnishings to create a new premium Villa category in the Resort. Serenity Villas are the perfect choice for couples seeking the best of the Seychelles. With unparalleled privacy, these luxury treehouses, overlooking lush jungle, granite hillsides and dazzling turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean.
Four Seasons Resort Seychelles is a wonderful base for families. There is a designated children's center and the resourceful Concierge is always close at hand – to make reservations for a family dinner, offer suggestions for tomorrow's outing or help arrange a babysitter. Both restaurants have a good children's menu.
The complimentary 'Kids For All Seasons' club is open from 9am to 9pm daily for children aged four to 12 years. The daily, supervised program is designed to take advantage of the Resort's tropical environment, expansive grounds and traditional Creole feel. Your children will have memorable and educational experiences in a casual, fun environment.
The resort is able to provide children's equipment, including cots, buggies, toiletries, childproofing items and more.
The Spa at the Four Seasons has a range of treatments especially created for teens. Why not enjoy a mother and daughter pampering session, or treat your children to a facial.
The luxurious facilities at Four Seasons Resort Seychelles include a beautiful infinity swimming pool, stunning hilltop spa, techno gym, library, two restaurants serving international and locally influenced cuisine, two bars, in-villa dining and fantastic scuba diving/water sports center.
|Restaurants and bars||
Boasting spectacular ocean and sunset views from the top of the hillside, Zez is a great place to dine. A breakfast buffet offers a full complement of international dishes and lie cooking stations. For dinner, the restaurant offers a pan-Asian themed menu with contemporary interpretations of Chinese, Singaporean and Japanese cuisine The restaurant's open-air design allows full enjoyment of the warm, sunny weather Seychelles. A children's menu is also available. The Zez Lounge is a good place for pre-dinner drinks or a sushi and sashimi snack.
Steps from the beach is Kannel which serves Creole and international cuisine, and features a variety of fresh fish and seafood. A children's menu is available and features a selection of pizzas. Attached is the Kannel Bar, where guests can enjoy a light lunch or a drink by the pool.
Set high above the resort with stunning views of the Indian Ocean, the Spa at the Four Seasons is a memorable place to come for a treatment. There are five separate pavilions for treatments, giving you the ultimate privacy and guests can also take part in complimentary yoga classes.
The recreation and water-sports pavilion is located close to the beach and offers a range of activities, including kayaking, snorkeling, catamaran sailing, windsurfing, paddle boating, boogie boarding, Scuba diving and big-game fishing.
For those preferring to stay on dry land, the resort has an excellent fitness center, where guests can take part in yoga classes, or take the walking trail round the lagoon. The concierge is always on hand to arrange excursions to local markets, museums or other islands.
Location & Directions
The Four Seasons Resort Seychelles, is located on the beautiful South West coast of Mahé with spectacular views over Petite Anse. Located off the East African coast, the Seychelles form an archipelago of 115 islands, scattered across the Indian Ocean.
When to go
Situated just south of the equator, the Seychelles have a warm tropical climate. The consistently warm tropical weather makes the Seychelles a good year round destination.
There is little fluctuation in warmth, with temperatures ranging from 24C to 31C all year round. From May to October a southeast trade wind can bring marginally cooler weather and fresh breezes. From November to March the northwest monsoon wind blows, typically raising temperature and humidity. December and January are the wettest months, but the rain falls in short sharp bursts before the sun comes out again.