Looking at the perfect Easter getaway look no further the Seychelles is the perfect destination for an idyllic Easter Break.
Hilton Seychelles Labriz Resort & Spa: Home to soaring mountain peaks, pristine jungle, and miles of idyllic, empty white beaches on the island of Silhouette. Hilton Labriz is the island’s only resort, so it feels like a private beach retreat. With extensive grounds to explore, several restaurants, pools, and padel tennis courts, and a host of other activities such as diving, cycling, yoga, and boat excursions, it’s a great place for families, couples, or groups of friends to create memories together.
Hilton Seychelles Northolme Resort & Spa: Surrounded by tropical gardens and stunning views across the sea to other islands, this hotel is located on the main island of Mahe, just 7km from its capital Victoria. All villas have stunning views, with the recent additions having infinity pools overlooking the Indian Ocean. There’s a selection of bars and restaurants to choose from including MAHE restaurant which offers contemporary Creole cuisine, winner of the 2022 World Luxury restaurant award, and environmentally conscious dishes. Ideal for travellers who want a quiet base from which to explore the host of sights and culture that Mahe has to offer including diving, hiking, visiting the local rum distilleries and tea plantations, the vibrant markets in Victoria, the stunning Beau Vallon beach area or exploring the nearby Morne National Park.
DoubleTree by Hilton Allamanda: Located on the south coast of the main island of Mahe, this friendly 30-room hotel boasts a stunning location where you can step straight from the pool deck onto a white sandy beach. All rooms have ocean views, even the ELEMIS spa looks out onto the Indian Ocean, and Creole delights are served in both Les Palms Restaurant and the Oceanview Bar.