Four Seasons Resort Seychelles is situated on the south-west coast of Mahé, reclining amid lush foliage close to Petite Anse beach or overlooking the coastline from a hillside covered in jungle plants. The main facilities are located in the central area of the resort. They comprise Reception, banquet/meeting rooms, well-stocked library, two restaurants, two bars, shop, activity centres and swimming pool. All buildings are Creole style, using natural timbers and brick.
Accommodation comprises a total of 67 villas and suites. All are also Creole style, offering seclusion and comfort in abundance. They range from the Garden View Villa popular with families, and the two-bedroom Presidential Suite and three-bedroom Royal Suite, all a short walk from the beach, to the Ocean View Villa close to all amenities, to the Hilltop Ocean View Villa, two-bedroom Ocean View Suite and Hilltop Ocean View Suite, and finally the Serenity Villa, the ultimate in luxurious living. Please contact us to discuss your requirements. All suites and villas are fully air conditioned and include walk-in wardrobe, TV/DVD player, iPod dock, indoor and outdoor showers – and hardwood deck incorporating plunge pool for some accommodation options.
Plenty of activities are available from the Four Seasons Resort Seychelles dive centre and watersports centre – windsurfing, Scuba diving, snorkelling, kayaking, paddle boating, boogie boarding, big-game fishing, catamaran sailing, and so on. At the fitness centre, there is a well-equipped gym, yoga classes, and personal trainer on request. For landsports, guests may walk or jog along the trails around Petite Anse, and it is possible to arrange excursions to other parts of the island – museums, markets, gardens, cathedral.
The resort operates according to the Four Seasons Resort Seychelles mission to provide a highly personalised 24-hour service. Internationally renowned chefs cook up a storm of world cuisine at ZEZ Restaurant and Kannel – local fare, continental and American breakfasts, international fusions for lunch and dinner. The spa, positioned high on the hillside, provides a full menu of treatments in addition to meditation and yoga. There is no doubt about it – guests are properly pampered here!
We recommend Four Seasons Resort Seychelles to the traveller keen to experience not only the natural wonders of the Seychelles but also a little culture – and nowhere better for this than the vibrant island of Mahé.