Banyan Tree Seychelles

Location: Seychelles | Seychelles

Price guide: £££££ £350-£500 per person per night

Delightful secluded villas with generous pools make the Banyan Tree Seychelles a top pick for couples and honeymooners, whilst the excellent spa will send you home feeling simply wonderful.
Perfect forCouples looking for privacy, and spa bunnies in need of some pampering.
In the knowThe beach at Banyan Tree is a joy to behold but the water is rough so at certain times of year swimming is not advisable.

Recommended for...

  • Beach
  • Chic Design
  • Food & Wine
  • Honeymoon

Hotel Overview

Where

Nestled in Intendance Bay on the island of Mahe, the largest in the Seychelles, just 10 minutes from the international airport.

Rooms at Banyan Tree Seychelles

There are just 37 villas at Banyan Tree Seychelles: dotted on the rainforest-clad hillside or down on the beach, all are built in an elegant, colonial style with private terraces, fabulous bathrooms and their own private pools. Don’t want to leave your room? Take the Beachfront Spa Pool Villa complete with its own massage pavillion, whirl pool and steam room. Families and friends have the option of a wonderful Two Bedroom Double Pool Villa located just steps away from the beach.

Food and Facilities

Banyan Tree Seychelles offers a variety of dining options with three restaurants and a snack lounge – not bad at all for a hotel of this size. There’s Au Jardin D’Epices, an international restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner to beautiful sea views; Saffron, a fabulous Thai restaurant; Chez Lamar which serves up delicious Creole cuisine, and La Varangue, a stylish lounge bar offering light snacks and some great cocktails. After all that excellent food, you can relax and recharge at the spa with massages, facials and rejuvenating body treatments. For sporty types, there’s a tennis court and gym and all will enjoy the beautiful infinity edge pool.

Activities on Banyan Tree Seychelles

The Banyan Lagoon I, a 47-foot twin-hulled catamaran, is available for sailing excursions to other islands, dive sites and overnight cruises. The hotel can also charter a fishing vessel for you to try your hand at catching sailfish, marlin, tuna, giant barracuda and much more.

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Good time to travel (but some limitations)

Travel is possible (but it’s not the best time)

Travel is not recommended

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