Seychelles

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Exquisite 462-acre tropical hideaway with villas elegantly constructed of local wood and stone by Seychellois craftsmen. — Hideaway Report
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Sitting on a granite plateau overlooking stunning Petite Anse Bay, the luxurious Four Seasons Resort Seychelles marries elegant interiors with the sweeping grandeur of its natural surroundings. — Oyster
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This 86 all-villa luxury resort is stacked up the north-eastern slopes of Praslin like a garrison town and offers its international clientele five-star service and a mind-boggling array of facilities, including the largest pool in the Seychelles — The Telegraph
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This mid-sized resort on a couple of sublime beaches welcomes families as readily as couples, in spacious suites and villas. — The Telegraph
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An ideal honeymoon location with its large, quasi-French Colonial villas that ooze luxury and privacy. All have their own pools, outdoor dining salas, and decks. — Fodor's
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The phrase "drop-dead views" takes on new meaning as you pitch backward on the golf cart ride up the steep hills to your villa, one of 30 dotted along a hillside on Anse Louis. — Condé Nast Traveler
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5 reviews
Hideaway resort on a lush 740-acre private island, a 15-minute flight from Seychelles International Airport. — Hideaway Report
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The 63-room Le Domaine de L'Orangeraie Resort & Spa is a romantic, upscale, all-villa beach resort with a private white-sand beach and lush tropical gardens. — Oyster
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Impressive Denis Private Island is essentially Swiss Family Robinson meets stylish travel magazine. — Lonely Planet
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The Hilton’s luxurious wooden treehouses, overlooking the swooping white curve of Beau Vallon beach, are an ideal place to kick back for a grown-up, five-star experience in this adults-only resort — The Telegraph
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Fisherman’s Cove gets everything right, and has the best position on Mahé. — The Telegraph
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This hotel, among the largest in the Indian Ocean, allows guests to buy into 'the resort experience' as little or as much as they wish, with myriad activities on site, but also attractions outside. — The Telegraph
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Desroches Island, Seychelles-an all-suite and -villa resort south of Mahé. — Travel + Leisure
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One of the most attractive properties to open in Beau Vallon in recent years, H Resort has supremely comfortable suites and villas which make appealing use of wood, wicker and linen. — Lonely Planet
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Paradise awaits in this bijou hideaway sitting on an unfathomably beautiful headland near Baie Ste Anne. — Lonely Planet
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Perched alongside one of northern Mahé's most beautiful beaches, the Carana Beach Hotel has rooms with a boutique feel; all come with Nespresso machines and some come with private plunge pool — Lonely Planet
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Eden Island is modern development on an artificial island that opened to the public in 2012, consisting of a single luxury hotel, a marina and shopping centre full of boutiques and restaurants. — The Telegraph
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The 111-room Hilton Seychelles Labriz Resort & Spa is a lush, five-pearl property set on the gorgeous Silhouette Island. — Oyster
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3 reviews
This well-regarded establishment comprises three adjoining rooms and six apartments. — Lonely Planet
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Savoy Seychelles occupies prime position on the broad sweep of Beau Vallon Bay — The Telegraph
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