Hilton Seychelles Labriz Resort & Spa

Nestled along the shoreline of an unspoiled tropical island located off the coast of East Africa, the Hilton Labriz Seychelles Resort & Spa offers visitors a rare glimpse of paradise. From every room in the resort, guests enjoy unparalleled views of lush jungle greenery, white sandy beaches and topaz blue waters.

One of 115 islands that make up the Republic of Seychelles in the Indian Ocean, Silhouette Island remains largely uninhabited and undeveloped. It’s an ideal setting for travelers seeking a secluded hideaway beach holiday without sacrificing comfort and convenience.

The five-star Hilton Seychelles Labriz Silhouette Resort & Spa features 111 elegantly furnished guest rooms, four restaurants, a swimming pool with a swim-up bar as well as a poolside bar, a fitness facility and a full-service health spa. The property also boasts a café, a library and a marina.

Each room at the Hilton Seychelles Labriz Resort & Spa is air conditioned and features spacious living areas and bathrooms with separate bathtubs and showers. Rooms come with ceiling fans, premium bedding, sofa beds and desks as well as refrigerators, coffee and tea makers, direct-dial telephones, cable televisions and DVD players. The resort is equipped with Wi-Fi Internet access. The resort’s villas offer additional amenities, including a personal butler and a private stretch of beach for the hotel’s Presidential Villa.

Fine dining includes Creole cuisine offered at the resort’s Grann Kaz Restaurant and Italian fare served at the Portobello Restaurant. Asian fusion dishes are served at Sakura Restaurant. Japanese Teppan cooking is enjoyed at Teppanyaki restaurant.

Holiday visitors can reach the Hilton Seychelles Labriz Resort & Spa by a 40-minute boat trip or by a 15-minute helicopter ride from the nearby island of Mahé. The nation’s capital, Mahé is home to the Seychelles International Airport. Once on Silhouette Island, golf carts are available for transportation. An established system of trails allows guests to explore the island by foot.

Until 1960, Silhouette Island was privately owned by wealthy French expatriate Henri Dauban, known as the “Rothschild of the Indian Ocean.” Dauban’s restored plantation home is one of the island’s tourist attractions. Today, the island remains secluded and protected as part of the island nation’s Marine National Park.

Silhouette Island is considered one of the most bio-diverse areas in the Indian Ocean. Resort guests may visit the giant tortoises at the Marine National Park’s conservation breeding farm. It’s a mountainous island, with five peaks that have elevations over 500 metres. The island features spectacular pristine beaches protected a coral barrier reef and dotted by scenic granite cliffs.

Private and secluded, the Hilton Seychelles Labriz Resort & Spa is an ideal location for romantic getaways. The laid-back tempo offers a relaxing holiday for friends and family as well. Whether trekking through the national park to spot rare flora and fauna, diving to explore the unspoiled coral reef or simply soaking up the sun at the shoreline or poolside, the Hilton Seychelles Labriz Resort & Spa offers the best of paradise, delivered in luxury style.

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