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The largest hotel in the Seychelles with plenty of thrills to keep families happy.

The hotel

Set in lush tropical gardens, with two long, soft-sand beaches overlooking Port Launay marine park on the island of Mahé, this village-style resort is the largest on the Seychelles, with 313 rooms sprawled over 300 acres.

While the white beaches and shallow, turquoise waters of the lagoon are perfect for lazy dips and sun soaked days, there’s also ample on offer for the more energetic. Spend your days paddleboarding, kayaking through the mangroves or snorkelling and scuba diving with rainbow-coloured reef fish, plus there’s tennis, squash and even a zip-wire through the rainforest canopy.

Rooms feature bathrooms with smart glass that turns opaque, while the larger villas come with private pools, some with gorgeous sea views. There are five restaurants and bars here, including the fine dining Cyann and Mediterranean-themed Helios. The kid’s club has plenty on offer, from outdoor play sessions and pool games, to feeding the resort’s very own giant tortoises.

Susie Loves

Hire a Mini Moke for two days to explore the island of Mahé.

Alternatively, we can organise a private driver guide to whisk you around.

Pop into Victoria, one of the smallest capitals in the world, and visit a tea plantation to try some local tea.