Four Seasons Resort Seychelles is a remote, hillside retreat that embraces the natural simplicity of treetop living. It occupies an isolated position overlooking the idyllic bay of Petite Anse, just 18 km (30 minutes drive) from Mahé international airport.
The Four Seasons Resort Seychelles covers a secluded area of 170 acres on the southwest coast of Mahé. It comprises 67 villas and suites, and 27 Four Seasons Residences that descend down a lushly forested incline to the private, horseshoe beach of Petite Anse.
Creole-inspired design complements the dramatic topography, with granite boulders lining the powder-white beach, steep jungle slopes and a shoreline protected by the horseshoe-shaped bay.
Each of the 67 tree-house villas and suites is perched on stilts amidst a jungle of coconut, mango, jackfruit and cinnamon trees. Standard features in all villas include infinity-edge plunge pool, open-air shower, glass-walled bath room and expansive, private outdoor living space with sunset views over the Indian Ocean or surrounding tropical landscape.
At the base of the Resort, black granite boulders, powder-white sand and lush tropical foliage combine with the azure blues of the sea and sky to create a vivid image of beachside perfection.
High above the bay, the hilltop spa epitomises the sense of tranquility and seclusion found throughout the Resort. The stunning views can be bettered only by the incredible range of treatments performed by skilled therapists using only the best natural products.
Other facilities include two restaurants and two lounge bars; an outdoor swimming pool; a water sports pavilion offering a range of watersports; a fitness centre; library; art gallery and Kids for All Seasons Programme. A dive centre and Tropicsurf school, with expert staff, are also situated on site.
The Resort is an ideal setting for weddings, offering the perfect setting for intimate ocean-side receptions, with the natural surroundings providing the perfect backdrop to the special day, plus various venues for dinners and parties, including 'Foumba', the ruins of a traditional Creole house.