Six Senses Zil Pasyon
Six Senses Zil Pasyon is a luxury boutique beach resort in the Seychelles, located on the private island of Félicité. With other inner islands nearby for activities, Zil Pasyon is secluded and offers guests the utmost in privacy and luxury.
At a Glance
Features just 30 villas and 17 private residences on a private island, exclusive to Six Senses
The area is superb for diving and snorkeling
Take a stroll through the impressive flora along the island's walking paths
Make full use of your villa's private wine cellar and butler service for the ultimate luxury experience
Meet our specialists
Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to Six Senses Zil Pasyon or take a look at our itineraries to Seychelles
Six Senses Hotels have become synonymous in opening seductively beautiful beach hotels, Six Senses Zil Pasyon is a wonderful addition to the collection. The hotel is located on the private island of Félicité, about 55 kilometers north-east of Mahé, and close to the well known islands of Praslin and La Digue. The dramatic granitic island is around one-square mile in size and is characterized by its large granite boulders and picture-perfect beaches (the best being La Penice just around the corner from the main resort). The forested center of the island rises up to a peak of 213 meters, providing a range of walking trails for guests to explore. Exceptional flora grows on the island - keep an eye out for wild vanilla orchids, coconut palms, wild mango, bananas and oranges, amongst many others.
Zil Pasyon is located on the north tip of Félicité and contains just 30 villas and 17 private residences. The villas have spectacular uninterrupted ocean views, and are all carefully positioned on the granite cliffs, providing a great deal of privacy, with superb terraces and plunge pools looking out to the Indian Ocean. Villas have their own wine cellars, and 24-hour butler and in-villa dining services, ensuring guests' stays are as comfortable and secluded as can be. With the use of exposed wooden beams, blue accents and large windows, the villas embrace nature while offering all modern amenities.
Six Senses Zil Pasyon offers six fantastic dining options, for a large variety of cuisines and styles. From the intimate Chef's Kitchen to The Wine Vault, there is something to suit each guest. Making full use of the island's privacy, Zil Pasyon has a swimming pool right at the water's edge, as well as three beautiful beaches for guests to choose from. The Experience Center can organize a host of activities, including diving and boat excursions to neighboring islands.
There are 28 one-bedroom villas and 2 two-bedroom villas along with 17 private residences. Villas range in size from 200 to 500 square meters, and are surrounded by spacious grounds for complete privacy. They all feature plunge pools and private sundecks with outdoor dining areas. Bathrooms contain a deep-soaking bathtub, and amenities are provided by The Organic Pharmacy. Each villa has a private wine cellar and butler service.
Trouloulou is Six Senses Zil Pasyon's kids' villa, which is the perfect playground for children aged 4 - 12, and contains a two-story tree house as well as an archaeological sand pit. Babysitting is available on request.
Six Senses Zil Pasyon has six food and drink options, and much of the produce served is cultivated in the on-site garden or local farms. Seychelles cuisine takes its inspiration from the many cultures that have resided on the islands and the hotel offers the best of these, with African, Chinese, French, English and Indian influences reflected in the menus.
The Six Senses Spa is inspired by the natural surroundings and located amongst the boulders, and offers an array of treatments in five double villa treatment rooms. Hammam, sauna, yoga and meditation are all on offer from in-house and visiting practitioners. Near the spa is the gym with all necessary equipment.
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The spa at Zil Payson has been designed with the surrounding nature at the heart of its layout, and is set between the island's natural towering rocks, granite boulders, lush jungle and the Indian Ocean. The unique treatment villas (Rock, Hanging, Ocean, Cave and Nature) and the yoga pavilion are built into or perched on top of rocks, amongst lush foliage and the open-air saltwater infinity pool offers expansive sea views.
Island Cafe is a blend of European, Asian and African fare, inspired by the Seychellois spice route. Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
The Chef's Kitchen provides up to six guests with the chance to interact with the chef as he prepares a private dinner to suit individual tastes. Also serves breakfast and lunch.
Ocean Kitchen is located by the water, with fresh and delicious seafood caught by local fishermen committed to sustainability. Menus also include organic fruit and vegetables from the hotel's own gardens and local farmers.
A poolside bar offering a fabulous range of bespoke cocktails.
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The Wine Vault is a private dining experience for two to eight guests, located in the wine cellar with wine tastings provided by the sommelier.
A hidden honesty bar where you can serve yourself from the range of home-infused rums and punches and choose from the Cuban cigar selection.
The Six Senses Zil Pasyon's Experience Center can arrange a huge variety of activities such as diving, water sports and boat excursions to neighboring islands. Guests can take part in cooking classes with local ingredients, or try their hand at fishing. There is also an outdoor cinema, daily yoga and a petanque court for guests' use.
Each villa is serviced by a 24-hour Guest Experience Maker, the Six Senses take on a butler.
Location & Directions
Six Senses Zil Pasyon is located on Felicite Island, a short boat ride from La Digue and Praslin.
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.