So special, so exclusive that only thirty visitors are allowed on the entire island at any one time, Fregate Island is the ultimate Seychelles getaway.
Just thirty people. Just sixteen villas. As a visitor to this Seychelles hotel, such limitations offer an almost limitless opportunity for enjoyment.
Frégate Island is exclusive and private. It is a Robinson Crusoe castaway island with no less than seven, impeccable beaches regarded by sand connoisseurs as amongst the finest in the known world. Frégate Island offers crystal scuba diving amongst vividly coloured denizens of the undersea. Frégate Island also welcomes you to luxury that is truly expansive.
The architectural style is unusual for a hotel in the Seychelles. It was inspired by the East, with teak wood and thatched roofs blending into the indigenous backdrop of swaying palm trees and whispering banyans. The villas themselves are generously over-sized, with traditionally furnished living rooms and master bedrooms with curtained, four-poster beds. They have private infinity-edge pools, Jacuzzis that stretch from inside out onto the terrace, plus a dedicated butler.
Choose a deserted beach and be the first to leave footprints across its white sand. Or go for water sports, or boat trips, or swimming in an infinity-edge pool, or pampering in a naturally created Rock Spa. But don’t miss dinner. The Frégate Island hotel, Seychelles, specialises in both Creole and international cuisine, created from local produce and served in either the Frégate or the Plantation House restaurants.
Or, indeed, in the exclusive luxury of your villa’s own, private sundeck.