Mahe Island, Seychelles
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33°C / 91°F
Ideally nestled just off Seychelles’ most popular beach, the Savoy Resort & Spa is a five-star hotel ready to fulfil all of your holiday desires. More than matching its idyllic surroundings, the facilities at the hotel are completely catered to ensure you have an unforgettable holiday, with the island’s largest spa, multiple restaurants, and great outdoor pools counting among them.
The spa treatment rooms amount to 5,800 square metres and provide everything you could possibly need in your pursuit of being pampered. There are steam rooms, an ice fountain Hammam, and a special swimming pool which features both a cascading waterfall and hydro-massage features. There is a kids’ club onsite for any little ones, while several excursions and trips await you at the reception desk – including diving, fishing, and getting a taste for Creole culture at special music nights. The Savoy Seychelles offers seven bars and restaurants to choose from, as well as in-room dining if you want some extra privacy. Among these fabulous dining options are an open-air beach bar, cocktail specialist, and an all-day buffet eatery.
A complete holiday paradise, Seychelles is everything you could want from a relaxing retreat – white sands, warm azure waters, and incredible hospitality. Made up of 115 islands, with an average high temperature of 30C in May, it’s an ideal early getaway before the business of summer descends. Mahe Island is the main island of Seychelles and is home to the capital city, Victoria. Bordered by mountains and with roughly 25,000 inhabitants – it’s a unique capital city. Named after Queen Victoria, it has lively markets, beautiful botanical gardens, several shopping centres, a National Museum, and so much more. Most Seychelles holidays revolve around relaxation and your stay is found on the beautiful Beau Vallon Beach; the hub of all things relaxing. Picture-perfect in its design, it’s a great place to take boat trips from, as well as embarking on some scenic walks. The water isn’t very deep and lends itself perfectly to some light paddling, while the sunsets are something else.