A honeymoon should be enchanting, magical and truly memorable, and if your dream includes beautiful beaches, marine-rich waters and a lush hinterland then you’re on the right page! We have some of the most genuinely romantic resort hotels on the planet in the list below; in addition, as honeymooners, you may also qualify for great discounts,. Premium Champagnes, spa treatments, cocktails and even free lunches (yes they exist!). We adore the Seychelles, and our staff are familiar with the properties we feature, let us help you plan this important holiday – call us now.
‘True Island Experience – Elegant Ocean View Accommodation’
Situated on the island of Mahé, Carana Beach has just 40 Ocean View chalets which overlook the tropical gardens and Indian Ocean, some of which boast their own private pool. There is a main swimming pool and spa. Dine at Lorizon, with its traditional cuisine and stunning views or take a Wherever You Go Hamper when you explore the islands. The Carana Beach Bar is the best spot to enjoy live entertainment and cocktails.
‘All Private Pool Accommodation – Tropical Hillside Location’
Four Seasons Resort Seychelles overlooks Petite Anse Bay on the West coast of Mahe. The accommodation, of villas, suites and residences traverse the hillside and have private pools and furnished decks that make the most of the tropical garden or ocean views. The resort has a main infinity pool that overlooks the beach and the Spa is situated on the hilltop enjoying panoramic views. Restaurants serve food from around the world including Japanese, Creole and Western dishes and there are two bars to relax and unwind in.
‘Secluded, Villas with Pools, Private Beach’
Four Seasons Resort Seychelles at Desroches Island is located in the Amirante Islands and a 35-minute flight from the main island of Mahe. It is surrounded by 9 miles of white beach and features two restaurants, a deli and a bar. There is also a salon and spa, gym. Beachside swimming pool and a castaway centre where you can take part in a range of water sports. Accommodation incudes villas and suites, many of which have their own private pool and garden.
‘Intimate Luxury in the Seychelles’
Mango House Seychelles is located in the south of Mahé on the oceanfront and offers direct access to Anse Aux Poules Bleues 'Aquarium of Wonders'. This modern and intimate resort is the backdrop to activities, experiences and discovery in the stunning Seychelles. There are five dining venues to choose from along with villas and suites, many with ocean views.
‘Ecological Jewel – Exploration for Everyone’
Situated on Félicité a private island northeast of Mahé, Six Senses Zil Payson occupies a third of the island and embraces and celebrates the surrounding nature. The Pool Villas and Residences offer accommodation from one to four bedrooms, perfect for couples or families. Every villa has a private infinity-edge pool and a personal GEM (Guest Experience Maker). There are four restaurant/bars and opportunity for private fine dining and live cooking experiences. Activities at the resort include water sports such as snorkelling, diving and fishing, cycling on a neighbouring island La Digue, golfing on Praslin Island, cooking classes and guided tours of UNESCO World Heritage Site Vallee de Mai. For relaxation there is a spa, gym and yoga and meditation classes.
‘The Ultimate Island Escape’
Raffles Seychelles is situated on the second largest granite island in the Seychelles, Praslin, amidst tropical gardens on a white sand beach. Make your stay one-of-a-kind with optional extras such as a plunge pool, outdoor rain shower or pavilion with daybed. If you just want to relax then the Raffles Spa is calling you. Steam rooms, sauna and a range of therapeutic water treatments are available while those looking for a thrill can enjoy kayaking, snorkelling, fishing and diving while a selection of land sports are also available. Superb dining options such as Curieuse offer unforgettable cuisine while Losean provides a chilled beachfront vibe for all occasions.
'Suites Metres from the Ocean in Tropical Gardens – Golfing with a View!'
Constance Lemuria is situated on the northwest of the Seychelles approximately 5 minutes from Preslin airport. The resort is in harmony with its environment, surrounded by tropical gardens, three sandy beaches, and the Indian Ocean. Suites and villas have sea views and are furnished with wood and stone – some have a private pool. This is a great location for families, and there is a dedicated children’s club which hosts activities and events. Golf enthusiasts enjoy free green fees at the 18-hole golf course, offered to all guests who stay at the hotel. The resort has a main pool, gym, spa, tennis courts, and a variety of water sports. There are 4 restaurants/bars offering assorted food choices including changing themed buffet nights.
‘Beautiful, Secluded Cove Location – Ocean Facing Villas’
Set on a hillside that falls away to small beach coves on the Beau Vallon Bay, Hilton Seychelles Northolme Resort & Spa enjoys views over the Indian Ocean. The Villas are all ocean facing and some come with private pools. The resort features an Eforea spa and fitness centre and guests can snorkel in the nearby lagoon. There are three restaurants that serve international cuisine and creole infused dishes overlooking the ocean. Children under the age of 13 are not allowed at the resort, so you an enjoy a tranquil adults-only paradise.
‘Private Island Nature Lovers Paradise – Coral Reefs and Island Farm’
Denis Private Island is a natural 375acre paradise with a conservation conscience that is apparent in the décor, cuisine and activities. The accommodation consists of just 23 free-standing cottages close to the beach. The island’s surrounding reef is home to white-tip sharks, rays and turtles and a PADI Dive Centre has courses for beginners to experienced divers and snorkelling. Water sports includes kayaking, sailing and tag-and-release game fishing. On dry land tennis, bike riding and billiards will keep you entertained and children will love exploring the island farm. The Spa and Wellness services offer the chance to relax. The island's local produce is showcased at the restaurant which delivers themed evenings including ‘Barbecue Under the Stars.’