Spend your honeymoon at Savoy Seychelles Resort & Spa and it’ll feel like it’s only you, the sky and the sea!
When you’re thinking about your dream honeymoon, do you already have a setting in mind? Are you dreaming about azure oceans, sandy beaches, maybe horse riding along the beach?
If so, why not spend those blissful first days of marriage in the Seychelles, at the incredible Savoy Seychelles Resort & Spa where you’ll make memories that will last a lifetime. Enjoy a luxury welcome as you step into your suite on arrival, with a bottle of sparkling wine, wedding cake and a fruit basket, and a beautiful bouquet of flowers.
During your stay, indulge your senses with a couples’ massage or Hammam at the Savoy Spa, which uses an exclusive range of Sothys Paris cosmetics. Then kick back and relax in the secluded lounge with pool, surrounded by lush greenery, or do some laps in the biggest pool in the Seychelles.
There are also many beautiful beaches to visit in the Seychelles. The resort is located at Beau Vallon beach, which is considered the longest and friendliest stretch of coastline, with no underwater currents to catch swimmers off guard and some seriously sizzling sunsets to soak up.
Anse Lazio on Praslin Island and Anse Source D’Argent on La Digue Island hold the acclaimed title of being among the 50 best beaches in the world, so be sure to take your camera when you visit. The gigantic granite boulders of Anse Source D’Argent range from grey to pink, depending on the sunlight – what will you see when you visit?
Back at the resort, tempt yourself with delicious food in Mahek and Pescado – two of the most renowned restaurants in the Seychelles. The authentic Indian cuisine of Mahek is certain to light your inner fire, while the poolside Pescado will serve fresh fish that had been caught by local fishermen earlier that day. Savour these mouthwatering dishes amongst the lush green of the Savoy gardens or with the serene Indian Ocean as your backdrop.
Book your stay ahead of time, and save up to 15%. Moreover, the Seychelles is now even more accessible, with direct flights from London twice per week.