Commanding a majestic view of the Indian Ocean and overlooking one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, the magnificent Banyan Tree Seychelles delivers romance and authentic luxury.
Banyan Tree Seychelles covers an area of approximately 117 hectares on Mahé’s southwestern coastline. The hotel overlooks the Anse Intendance beach—often referred to as one of the most beautiful in the world.
The beach is vast and dramatic, flanked by the characteristic granite boulders, with soft white sand and shade provided by overhanging palm trees. It awaits all romantics or everybody fancying a stroll.
For everybody else there is the hotel’s iconic infinity-edge pool, overlooking the bay—the perfect place to relax, swim and enjoy a cool drink.
The hotel architecture complements the setting—colonial décor coupled with the trademark Banyan Tree style redefines Seychellois style to a great effect.
From the high sloping ceilings and airy verandas to louvered doors, ethnic woven textiles and Asian and Creole furnishings—the design is infused with a unique flavor of understated luxury.
Sixty stunning pool villas of the hotel are located either close to the beach or on the hillside among lush tropical vegetation. All are exceptionally private and feature their own private infinity pool and sun deck, boasting unimpeded views of the Ocean.
Another highlight of the hotel is the award-winning Banyan Tree Spa. Nestled on a hill, within the jungle vegetation, its eight open-sided pavilions provide sea-views and the soothing sound of the ocean during massage.
At the Banyan Tree Seychelles, a 47-foot state-of-the-art catamaran is available for charter—an ultimate sea experience and a truly wonderful way to explore some of the granite islands and deserted pristine beaches of the Seychelles.
The fine Creole dining at Chez Lamar supplements the resorts signature restaurant Saffron, renowned for its creative Thai and South East Asian cuisine.
Then Au Jardin d’Epices invites for international flavours and charming ocean views. Of course there is also in-villa dining and the hotel can organize beach picnics too.
To watch the sun setting over the shimmering ocean we recommend La Varangue—an intimate lounge bar set in a graceful colonial mansion.
Banyan Tree Seychelles is a member of The Leading Hotels of the World.