H Resort Beau Vallon Seychelles – Do as much or as little as you want…
7 nights from £2,548 per person.
Including breakfast, private transfers and flights either on British Airways (direct) or Emirates via Dubai.
H Resort Beau Vallon Seychelles is a relatively new introduction to the Seychelles hotel scene. Located in the north-west corner of the island on Beau Vallon, in our view the best year-round beach on Mahe stretching over 3km with fine soft sand and generally gentle waves.
The hotel design is low rise contemporary, with French colonial influences. A natural lagoon separates the lobby entrance from the main accommodation areas.
The capital of Victoria is a 10-minute scenic drive over the mountains and the airport is 25 minutes.
H Resort Beau Vallon Seychelles 100 villas and suites. All are sea-facing, albeit most across the gardens through to the beach.
You have a choice of:
Junior Suites (55 sqm) with an integrated living area and balcony
Garden Junior Suites, as above but ground floor with patio.
Beach Pool Villas (150 sqm) with in and out living space and private pool.
Grand Beach Pool Villa (250sqm), one of the most spectacular in the entire Indian Ocean.
Numerous restaurants with differing locations and cuisine themes.
Bars, some with evening entertainment.
Kids club (3 to 11 years).
A selection of non-motorised water sports, dependent on weather conditions.
In our view H Resort Beau Vallon Seychelles is one of the very best priced hotels in Seychelles without getting into the eye-watering category!
It has all-round quality, facilities and super location. It has an attraction to couples as well as families. Plus in the Beau Vallon area, you will find some alternative dining options. The beach here is a real selling point. Expansive with generally consistent wave patterns. Very different to many others that can be extremely seasonal.
*H Resort Beau Vallon Seychelles offers non-motorised water sports. You will have other motorised options offered by local beach vendors but these will be at your own risk.
Mahe is the principal island within the Seychelles group and includes the capital Victoria which has some interest and is easily accessible. It is still a relatively small island, 16 miles long and 3 miles across so can easily be toured within a day. The total population of the 155 islands that make up the Seychelles is around 80,000 (a melting pot of African, Indian, Chinese and French colonial) of which about 75% live on Mahe. Part of the joy of travelling to the Seychelles is to visit several islands and we particularly like the combination of Mahe, Praslin and La Digue, each has its own distinctive personality. They are easy to link by air and ferry. In addition, you have several even smaller islands with just one resort hotel. Ask us for suggestions.
Tourism is the mainstay of the Seychelles economy and is growing year on year, but almost deliberately at a much slower pace than many other places. As such it remains genuinely exclusive in its attraction.
H Resort Beau Vallon Seychelles
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An archipelago of 155 islands, of which only a small percentage are inhabited. Positioned almost directly between Africa and India, years ago the tourist board used a slogan “a 1000 miles from anywhere” which nicely summed up the location. A population of just over 80,000, of which the majority live on the main island of Mahé, the location of the capital, Victoria, and the international airport.
There are no direct flights to the Seychelles from the UK, so you travel via Dubai and Doha ( Qatar ) with change of flight. Total flying time including transit will be approx. 15 hours.
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