And relax. The Banyan Tree Hotel in the Seychelles is completely dedicated to the three ‘Rs’ – rest, relaxation and recuperation.
There is so much to do at the Banyan Tree. Sunbathing, for example, for hour after delicious hour on the soft sand of an immaculate white beach. Sitting in a Jacuzzi, eyes closed, feeling the warmth of the Seychellois sun and listening to nothing more disturbing than the tinkling of ice in your cocktail glass. Standing in an infinity-edge pool, idly watching the hypnotic rhythms of the Indian Ocean through half-closed eyes.
There is swimming, of course, in the turquoise waters of Intendance Bay, or pampering and massages in the Banyan Tree Spa. Or sundowners in the bar. But the best thing to do is… do nothing.
Nothing beats true relaxation. Just as very little Seychelles hotel accommodation rivals the Banyan Tree; beachfront villas with outdoor Jacuzzis and hillside villas with private pools – all featuring satellite TVs and décor that echoes the colonial style of the Victorian era. Soft browns combine with creams and gold to give an atmosphere of elegant ease. The colourways are a delightful contrast to local artwork and ethic furnishings. Making it one of the coolest hotels in the Seychelles.
And if you become too relaxed to visit the restaurant for dinner, a superb choice of local and classic international dishes can be served in your room.
If you’re looking for relaxation, the Banyan Tree Hotel in the Seychelles has it all.