Hotels in Seychelles
Because many islands are sparsely populated, if at all, travelers will find the largest concentration of Seychelles hotels on the main islands of Mahe and Praslin, all with A-list vantages and sweeping ocean views.
One of the best hotels in the Seychelles is the Four Seasons Resort Seychelles. The 67-villa tree house-style destination is set hundreds of feet above Mahe’s forest. Each of its suites features a 16-square-foot marble baths and walk-in rain showers.
Other standout hotels in the Seychelles can be found on smaller isles close to Mahe. Desroches Island, for one, is an all-suite resort with a Riviera 36 on hand for deep-sea fisherman to take out as they try for marlin, tuna and shark. Close by, the Cerf Island Resort, located near Sainte Anne Marine National Park, is a prime jumping-off point for snorkelers and scuba divers. The grounds also feature a dozen villas with private sun gardens and balconies.
Aside from hotels in Seychelles, travelers can also rent out apartments and bungalows for affordable prices.
Stay in either in a thatched-roof bungalow or in one of 69 rooms set in the Yellow House (a 19th-century colonial building that’s now a national monument).
Desroches Island, Seychelles-an all-suite and -villa resort south of Mahé. For deep-sea fishermen, there's a Riviera 36 on hand to take them to try their luck with marlin, tuna, and shark.
Given its location at the mouth of Sainte Anne Marine National Park, this resort on tiny Cerf Island in the Seychelles features fabulous snorkeling, scuba diving, and, farther offshore, big-game fishing.
Beachgoers who arrive at this 67-villa tree house–style getaway in the Indian Ocean come as much for the white-sand castaway beach as for the activities: diving, snorkeling, trimaran sailing, and introductions to the local island culture through Creole dance classes and shopping trips to the tiny