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Sainte Anne Resort, Seychelles

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Sainte Anne, Seychelles
-4.613029956234896, 55.497399678495185

Sainte Anne Resort & Spa is Beachcomber’s only Seychelles hotel and is the sole hotel on the beautiful island of Sainte Anne. Its prime location and extensive facilities make this the ultimate place to explore the Seychelles on your holiday.

Sainte Anne is just a short 10-minute boat ride on the free hotel shuttle to explore Mahé, the Seychelles’ main island; it’s also easy to take a day-trip to the enchanting islands of Praslin or La Digue. It means you can experience a little taste of Seychelles island hopping – without having to pack and unpack your bags.

Sainte Anne is now All Inclusive and we believe that it is the best Seychelles All Inclusive package available in the destination.

    Name Date Description Price Capacity Choose amount
    Seychelles January 1, 1970 - January 1, 1970 £ from £2654 per person 0
    24-hour front desk
    Convention Center
    Dry cleaning/laundry service
    Free breakfast
    Free Wi-Fi
    Indoor Pool
    Newspapers in lobby
    Sainte Anne is an all villa resort offering 87 villas with six different categories; from the Garden Villa and Tropical Villas set in the luxuriant and tropical gardens complete with plush outdoor furniture allowing guests to relax in the tranquility of nature that Sainte Anne is famed for.

    The Pool Villa is also set within the tropical gardens granting guests a romantic hideaway in amongst the palm trees with their private pool.

    The Beach Villa with Pool provides refined holiday accommodation. Surrounded by colourful gardens and a short stroll away from the pure white beach, guests will experience authentic island lifestyle. A spacious terrace equipped with plush outdoor furniture provides guests with a comfortable area for al-fresco living.

    Perfect for families, the Senior Beach Villa houses two spacious bedrooms featuring lavish en-suite bathrooms and vast indoor and outdoor living areas. Guests will enjoy the lush gardens and sumptuous private pool set in the generous gardens. Protected by a pretty stone wall and tall palm trees, guests are guaranteed absolute privacy in this villa.

    To the grandest accommodation Sainte Anne offers. Perched on a granite outcrop, the Royal Villa is the most spectacular of the resort, offering breathtaking views of Sainte Anne and the bay of Mahé. Set away from the hotel's common areas, surrounded by luxuriant tropical greenery, this very private villa offers its guests the ultimate in holiday luxury. Three impressive and lavish bedrooms and bathrooms await guests. Warm tones of red and orange complement the sleek wooden furniture and soft, neutral interiors throughout the villa. Guests will also discover a fully equipped kitchen, a spacious and modern lounge as well as vast outdoor living areas, that includes a sun terrace surrounding the large private infinity pool. Swim up to the edge and watch the sun set over Mahe.

    At Sainte Anne, up to five restaurants are available, three of which are set right on the beach, treating guests to an unforgettable feet-in-the-sand experience. The resort also features a gastronomic restaurant and a spacious main restaurant that proposes a mix of eclectic cuisines.

    L'Abondance is the hotel's main restaurant. It is sheltered under a large expanse of tiled roof connecting onto a series of open-air terraces where guests can eat in the shade of large umbrellas. Set facing the shimmering sea and surrounded by the pool and mirror-like ponds, the restaurant evokes a feeling of an islet within the island of Sainte Anne.

    Dotted on the beach opposite L'Abondance, thatched pavilions linked together by a stone walkway provide the casual setting for L'Océane restaurant. As its name suggests, L'Océane specializes in fresh fish and seafood complemented by a few local dishes.

    Le Robinson is possibly the most charming beach restaurant in the Seychelles. Its name alone conjures up dreams of desert islands that immerse guests in a unique atmosphere tinged with magic and romance. Set on a quiet cove hidden from view by spectacular granite rocks and tall takamaka trees, the restaurant evokes a secret pirates' lair. Rustic driftwood tables and chairs set on the soft sand are tucked against giant granite boulders and a small rustic lounge is set up next to each table for pre-dinner cocktails or to relax at the edge of the sea after dinner.

    Le Takamaka restaurant consists of a beach bar and restaurant located on the beach called Anse Tortues, it offers a charming setting where guests can sit with their toes in the sand, in the shade of a spreading centuries-old takamaka, an exotic tree which gave the restaurant its name. From this viewpoint, some lucky guests may even be able to watch the sea turtles come on shore to lay their eggs at specific times of the year.

    Known as one of the finest restaurants in the Seychelles, Le Mont Fleuri welcomes guests in an atmosphere of discreet luxury for a one-of-a-kind culinary experience. One thing is for sure: the moment guests step across the restaurant's threshold, they are in for something truly special. It is not only the food that makes dining at Le Mont Fleuri so unique. Indeed, the restaurant's location at the top of a spectacular granite outcrop and its fabulous setting are simply beyond compare!
    The island of Sainte Anne in the Seychelles is a favourite nesting ground for sea turtles. The island, close to the main island of Mahé, is lapped by the waters of the biggest Marine Parks in the world.

    The turtle egg laying season spans a period from October to January every year. Each day, three turtles on average come ashore to lay their eggs on one of the six beaches or creeks that form the shores of Sainte Anne. Most of them are hawksbill turtles but some green sea turtles may also be spotted occasionally.

    About two months later mainly on the secluded beach of Anse Manon, some lucky guests have the privilege of witnessing the miracle of life as baby turtles make their way towards the ocean for the first time.

    Sainte Anne's spa enjoys a secluded location, amidst lush tropical vegetation. It is truly an oasis of tropical tranquility that makes it easy to forget about the outside world, encouraging guests to emerge feeling both relaxed and rejuvenated.

    The spa is divided into three main sections. The centre of the facility features a pool and wooden deck furnished with comfortable loungers. This is where guests will head to relax after one of the many treatments on offer at the spa. On one side of the pool is the area dedicated to beauty. Guests will find the massage cabins on the other side.

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