EXCLUSIVES WITH YOUR BOOKING
Booking through Total Management will entitle you to the following
- Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability (valid up to Hilltop category)
- Complimentary buffet breakfast daily for up to two in-room guests
- $100 USD equivalent Food & Beverage credit to be utilised during stay (not combinable, no cash value if not redeemed in full)
At the Hotel
Experience treetop living at Four Seasons Seychelles. The resort’s 67 villas and suites perch atop stilts, set amidst lush foliage and overlooking the sugar-white beach below. Absorb the surrounds from your wraparound deck, private infinity-edge plunge pool or glass-walled, indoor rain shower. Balance your chakras with a signature spa ritual or find inner peace with yoga. For families, the private residences provide spacious living areas to enjoy cooking classes and movie nights under the stars. Water activities range from surfing to big-game fishing.
Food & Drink
Open-air restaurant ZEZ is an idyllic spot to dine with uninterrupted ocean and sunset vistas; a mixture of local and internationally-inspired cuisine is served up at breakfast, lunch and dinner. The sophisticated atmosphere of ZEZ Lounge is perfect for pre- or post-dinner drinks, with a light menu of handmade sushi and sashimi available on select days. Located beachside is Kannel, which serves up a mix of Creole, Indian, Western, and Southeast Asian dishes in a stylish but convivial setting.
All accommodations at the resort are perched on stilts amidst the jungle hillside or beachside greenery, maintaining upmost privacy from neighbours. Distinct in Creole style, the rooms, suites, and private residences feature spacious indoor and outdoor areas, an indoor/outdoor shower and deep soaking tub. Some of the larger villas and suites span two-storeys with various entertaining areas, multiple bedrooms and a private butler service available on request.
Surrounded by the Indian Ocean, Seychelles is made up of 115 picturesque islands. The resort is located at the southwest coast of the island of Mahé, an area famed for its pristine beaches and rugged rock terrain. The Seychelles International Airport is less than an hour away by car.