The Hilton Seychelles Northolme Resort & Spa is an idyllic retreat located on the main island of Mahé in the Seychelles archipelago. It is made up of private Villas perched on the lush hills or nestled amongst the secluded coves of the Beau Vallon Bay.
The Hilton Seychelles Northolme Resort and Spa welcomes guests of 13 years and over. The resort is a prime location for rest and relaxation and does not accommodate children below this age.
The resort has three onsite restaurants and bars for guests to choose from, enabling them to indulge in unique flavours and cuisines from around the world:
Provides panoramic views across the Indian Ocean and serves local specialities and international themed buffets with live cooking stations. Highlights include exciting Creole evening on Mondays with authentic regional dishes and local entertainment.
Serves a mouth-watering à la carte menu of classic Creole and international fusion cuisine. Ideal for celebrating a special occasion under the stars, or simply savouring the exceptional tastes and view.
Ocean View bar:
The perfect spot to sip afternoon tea, a speciality cocktail or freshly squeezed juices with views across the landscape and ocean, with magnificent sunsets. Live music is performed four times a week.
From breakfast in bed to pre-dinner drinks and midnight snacks, guests can choose from an extensive menu served in the privacy of their villa. Let the Executive Chef and his team treat you to a truly unique dining experience at one of the many romantic locations; in the privacy of the villa terrace, the intimacy of the gazebo on the Ian Fleming Beach or on the white sands of the Ocean View Bar Beach.
The Eforea Spa, perched on spectacular, giant granite boulders overlooking the azure waters of the Indian Ocean, is the perfect place to soothe the body, stimulate the mind and enliven the senses. With an experienced team of therapists, guests will experience the essence of SPA Sanus Per Aqua, meaning “health through water” in one of the three tranquil rooms. From the soothing sound of water breaking against the shore to the serenity of sunsets over the turquoise bay, the natural elements combined wit