Hotels of Mahe Island, Seychelles

‹Mahe Island
Banyan Tree Resort Hotel 
Banyan Tree Seychelles is nestled in the Intendance Bay on Mahe Island - 30 minutes by car from the Mahe International Airport and 45 minutes from the capital- Victoria. Mahe offers the perfect introduction to the Seychelles with its steep mountain backbone / slopes carpeted with lush tropical vegetation and sweeping coastline fringed by palm trees. The resort covers an area of apporximately 117 hectares on the islands southwestern coastline with a fabulous beach frontage of 800 meters overlook
Le Meridien Barbarons 
Due to a refurbishment process, the hotel will close from October 2004 to April 2005.Effective dates:Closing Friday 15 October 2004Re-opening Friday 15 April 2005Situated on the West Coast of MahГ©, Le Meridien Barbarons is set amidst tropical gardens, a blue lagoon and white sandy beaches. A warm welcome and excellent Creole and international cuisine are but a few of the features that will make your stay a truly unique experience. Surrounding delicate coral reefs offer superb diving opportunitie
Le Meridien Fisherman's Cove Hotel 
Located on the North coast by the Beau Vallon beach, one of the most beautiful beaches on the island, Le Meridien Fisherman's Cove is synonymous with charm and quiet. This hotel prides itself on its rooms with sea views. The fabulous coral formations and incredible sea life makes the Seychelles an ideal diving destination.
Banyan Tree Seychelles 
The Banyan Tree Seychelles is a resort of stunning villas surrounded by lush tropical vegetation, nestled at the foot of a mountain on the island of Mahe. The resort covers an area of approximately 117 hectares on the island's southwestern coastline with a fabulous palm tree lined beach frontage of 800 meters. Combining contemporary and plantation style decor, the 47 air conditioned villas have been built and furnished using indigenous materials, sleek Asian style furnishings and ethnic textiles and ornaments. All have private pools with sun loungers and pool decks, some with hot tubs. Amenities include bathrobes, CD players, televisions and tea/coffee making facilities.<BR> In the restaurant Au Jardin D'Epices guests can sample an exotic dinner menu including traditional Creole recipes, Mediterranean cuisine and dishes from Mauritius and South Africa all made with fresh local ingredients. Guests can eat on the romantic outdoor terrace, which overlooks the Indian Ocean. In Saffron, dishes from South East Asia are served in an contemporary setting with exotic furnishings and an authentic South East Asian feel. La Varangue serves a wide range of drinks and snacks; guests can enjoy a cocktail on the veranda as they watch the sun set. In the Lobby Lounge herbal teas and Arabian coffees are served alongside pastries, scones and cakes. Fresh fruit cocktails and other drinks are served at the pool bar. Staff can arrange romantic beach barbecues for guests or prepare picnic hampers for island hopping excursions to World Heritage sites like the Vall

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