The south west coast of Mahé is the bewitching setting for this 5 star resort on the beautifully isolated Petite Anse beach, often regarded as one of the most swoonworthy bays on the island. Four Seasons Resort Seychelles is a lush castaway sanctuary, offering superior service – a renowned characteristic of Four Seasons resorts – and spellbinding views of the Indian Ocean. Luxury villas and suites spill dramatically down a forested slope towards the ocean, each blending seamlessly into the Seychellois landscape and offering every indulgence from infinity plunge pools and daybed pavilions to expansive dining and opulent bathrooms. Those preferring the utmost in seclusion may prefer the accommodations-with-a-view set amongst the tropical canopy, whilst those on a family holiday will appreciate the quick access to the beach from the Garden View Villas. Dine alfresco in the Kannel Restaurant or all day by the pool at Kannel Bar, in the evening try Zez for modern Mediterranean dining and their renowned Japanese specialities. For a romantic evening enjoy luxurious in-villa dining whilst watching the peaceful sunset across the bay. Enjoy watersports at the beach and learn to paddle board in the calm Petite Anse Bay, which is also perfect for kayaking, snorkelling and surfing. For pure indulgence enjoy a treatment at the panoramic spa that sits 80 metres above sea-level, or relax with a complimentary class at the yoga pavilion. Children can play in comfort at Kids For All Seasons offering a wide range of supervised activities. This Four Seasons hotel is the picture of paradise – ideal for a romantic getaway or to enjoy quality time with your family on a luxury holiday to the Seychelles.
Prices include flights, 7 nights accommodation with breakfast and private transfers.
Our pricing aims to give an indication of the prices in low and high season. Low season for the Seychelles is generally between the months of May to June, high season runs from July to August and October to December. Prices are based on 2 sharing (unless otherwise indicated) and include return economy flights from London. Regional departures and single supplements are available on request. Date restrictions, terms and conditions apply to our special offers, please call for details.
The Seychelles remains peaceful and pristine to this day, obliging young ones to run wild on the deserted beaches, discover back-to-nature adventure or boogie board the small waves. The archipelago has the largest population of Aldabra giant tortoises in the world, and you can meet the five resident tortoises - Taka, Maka, Tedwina, Socrates and Cinderella - at the resort. Families will appreciate quick access to the beach from the Garden View Villas.
An excellent choice for couples - exclusive private dining on the beautiful Petite Anse beach. Create memories to cherish by releasing a paper lantern into the starlit sky at the end of the evening. Tantilise your taste buds with a choice of specially-created menus, and relax while a private chef and dedicated server ensure your every whim is catered for.
Enjoy a personalised art class, created exclusively by Four Seasons Resort Seychelles. The experience begins with a short hike through the cinnamon and takamaka trees to a specially chosen setting, where renowned artist Nigel Henri will assist you in sketching the striking landscape. Your picture will then be made into a postcard and mailed home with your original artwork – a wonderful keepsake to remember your stay in this idyllic location.
The Seychelles is the perfect place for a romantic retreat – whether you are getting married, visiting on your honeymoon or simply wanting a relaxing break with your partner. Discover the Four Seasons Resort Seychelles couples’ experiences which include mountain meditation overlooking Petite Anse, private yoga sessions and scenic tours of the islands.
Located just south of the equator the Seychelles experiences a tropical climate with temperatures ranging from 24°C and 32°C making it the perfect destination year round. May to September the cooling southeast tradewinds blow, bringing livelier seas and the possibility of seaweed. October to April bring the warm northwest tradewinds which sees an increase in temperatures and humidity. All but the southernmost islands fall outside the cyclone belt with January and February being the wettest months – rainfall is in short sharp intervals.
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