Hilton Seychelles Northolme Resort & Spa, Mahé, has unveiled six new Signature Grand Ocean Pool Villas that will offer guests beachfront luxury for their next visit to the Seychelles.
The villas are perched on the cliffside and nestled amongst lush greenery, to enjoy uninterrupted views of the Beau Vallon Bay, sprawling Indian Ocean and Silhouette Island. Amenities include a Sensation Pod arrival experience, a personal mocktail kit and personalised bed linen.
Guests staying in one of the Signature Grand Ocean Pool Villas will be guaranteed a private and spacious retreat in which to unwind. Upon arrival, guests can choose their signature scent from an array of 100% natural and local oil blends. The chosen scent will then be diffused throughout the villa with the touch of a button, via a Sensation Pod, for the duration of their stay.
Each Signature Grand Ocean Pool Villa has a private infinity pool. Those seeking to stay fit and active during their stay can find their own ‘Thrive Kit’, which includes a selection of gym equipment. Golf enthusiasts can practice their swing with eco-friendly golf balls against the backdrop of the Indian Ocean.
Post-workout, guests can freshen up in the privacy of a luxurious whirlpool bath.
Throughout their stay guests are guaranteed premium service without needing to step away from their luxury retreat. Each villa offers a ‘Simply Gincredible’ cocktail kit that guests can use to shake up their own cocktail. For an enhanced sleep experience, they can tuck in beneath the soft sheets which will be embroidered with their initials – a lasting keepsake they can take with them upon departure.
Hilton Seychelles Northolme Resort & Spa’s recent renovation allows guests to benefit from improved facilities, upgraded public areas, and a new look lobby & arrival pavilion. Other highlights include a new restaurant, WAVE, and a pop-up Gin Bar.
The hotel is perched on the hilltops and nestled amongst lush greenery on the northwest coast of Mahe. Its setting is ideal for travelers wanting to explore the island and see the Seychelles beyond the beach, with activities including diving, hiking, visiting the local rum distilleries and tea plantations, exploring the nearby Morne National Park and finding lesser-known spots by mini-moke.