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Four Seasons Resort Seychelles

Mahé / Seychelles

An elegant, island resort run by the world-famous Four Seasons hotel chain. Set into the side of Baie Lazare’s hillside, this prestigious resort overlooks the aquamarine lagoon and sandy beachfront below. Designed with a supreme wellness spa area, gourmet restaurants and decadent pool terrace, staying at the Four Seasons Seychelles may well raise expectations for any future island destinations.


What to love

  • Beautiful, individual and spacious tree-house accommodation with private infinity pool, wraparound decking and a designer bathroom with deep soak tub and glass-walled, indoor rain shower.
  • The water sports pavilion offers a huge range of activities including kayaking, snorkelling, scuba diving, windsurfing, paddle boats and boogie boarding.
  • The lavish spa resort is designed with five separate spa pavilions and offers an extensive list of treatments and therapies and stunning sunset views.
  • The two restaurants are run by internationally acclaimed chefs, serving a creative blend of Mediterranean, Southeast Asian and Creole-inspired dishes.

What to know

  • The complimentary ‘Kids For All Seasons’ children’s club is available for 4-12 year olds every day, running a number of educational experiences and fun activities.
  • The Four Seasons Resort Seychelles is one of the most exclusive and sought-after getaways in the Indian Ocean.
  • The resort is located on one of the most beautiful beaches on Mahé.
  • In-villa dining service available.


Hidden in amongst the high-reaching palm trees and dense vegetation that grows naturally on Mahé Island, the Four Seasons Resort is staggered along the hillside of the Baie Lazare cove. Overlooking the turquoise lagoon, the hotel has an enviable location for accessing the bay’s sandy beachfront, as well as having stunning panoramic views of the mountain range and granite precipice visible from the resort.

The accommodation at the Four Seasons Resort consists of luxury, tree house villas, each designed with chic interiors and modern furnishings. Lavish touches adorn the spacious living areas, such as a large walk in wardrobe, and a bathroom fitted with a deep soak tub and glass-walled, indoor rain shower. Each villa has a timber wraparound terrace, completed with a private infinity edge pool.

As you would expect from a Four Seasons property, the resort features an extensive range of leisure pursuits. Guests can go for a dip in the large, outdoor swimming pool, or work up a light sweat in the state-of-the-art fitness centre. Situated so close to the bay, the resort also has a water sports pavilion, where guests can try aqua activities such as kayaking, snorkelling, paddle boating, boogie boarding and windsurfing, catamaran sailing or big-game fishing.

Perhaps the most distinguished member of the resort’s facilities is the signature spa area. Designed with five individual spa pavilions, the centre offers an array of international wellness treatments and therapies, including a jet lag recovery spa and a unique island Coco der Mer body scrub. The resort also offers a junior spa service.

The dining experience that the Four Seasons Resort has to offer excels all expectations. Internationally recognised chefs run the resort’s kitchens, creating a menu with modern interpretations of Mediterranean, Southeast Asian and Creole dishes.

Both restaurants deliver something unique and special for its diners. Zez offers fine dining, while perched on top of the resort hillside, overlooking the spectacular Indian Ocean. Alternatively, Kannel’s open plan, beachside setting allows diners to enjoy a more relaxed, al fresco environment. Each restaurant has its own bar lounge area, serving pre-dinner aperitifs, after dinner drinks and sheesha.

When to travel

The Seychelles are a perfect year-round holiday destination with a warm tropical climate. Temperatures average 28-31c across the whole year, with the wet season being December to February, although the rain tends to fall in short sharp bursts before the sun comes out again. The warmer months of March, April and May also offer the most sunshine (7-8 hours per day).

Best time to visit:  April to June and Sept to November

Good time to visit: March, July, August and December

Average time to visit: January and February


Four Seasons Resort Seychelles is located on the southwest coast of Mahé, the granite-filled main island of the Seychelles, known for its white powder beaches and dramatic rock formations. The Four Seasons Resort is a 30 minute transfer by road from Mahé International airport.

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The Kids For All Seasons programme for 4 to 12 year olds is designed to take advantage of the Resort's tropical environment, expansive grounds and traditional Creole feel. The supervised programme creates memorable and educational experiences in a casual, fun environment and while the hub of activity is the children's centre, kids quickly realise that the entire Resort is their playground.  

Complimentary for kids: A children’s ‘Kids For All Seasons’ t-shirt., Children’s amenities placed bedside each night and Child sized bathrobes.

Babysitting services: With 24 hours' notice, the hotel can arrange reliable babysitting services for your little ones. They will do anything possible to accommodate requests with shorter notice. Please note that an hourly fee applies.

Forever Young Spa: It’s never too early to learn the basics of good skincare or the health benefits of relaxation. Teen spa treatments use natural ingredients and a gentle approach to help develop an early understanding of holistic healing. Treatments include massages, facials and hair treatments amongst others.