Six Senses Zil Pasyon
Six Senses Zil Pasyon is nestled on inland granite islands, meaning you well enjoy all the privacy of a private island while also being within easy reach of 10 other islands.
- Wine cellar with tasting
Nearby is Praslin - the site of the Mai Valley, where the endemic coco de mer palm grows; laid-back La Digue with its stunning beaches; Cocos Island is one of the best snorkeling spots in the Seychelles; and Curie Island, a nature reserve where a large population of giant tortoises roam freely.
Nest hidden within the rainforest are 28 one-bedroom villas, 2 two-bedroom villas and several state-of-the-art private residences. The shingle roof and balau wood siding make them nearly invisible from afar, while natural materials like quartzite green sukabumi tiles in the bathroom and infinity pool reflect the dappled colors of the sea filtering through the floor-to-ceiling windows. True to the Six Senses brand, the furniture and fittings here are cool rather than classic. And extra touches like a swing in the bathroom and a submerged lounge chair in the infinity pool add a playful element to the design.
Seychelles cuisine reflects the culture that has arrived on these shores over the past centuries. African, Asian, French, English and Indian produce and local Creole cuisine - building on this diversity, the resort s restaurants impress with traditional favorites alongside chef Richard Lee s colorful and creative interpretations.
An impressive spa sandwiched between between granite boulders on the edge of the ocean, offers a wide range of holistic healing, rejuvenating, local and African spa treatments, developed taking into account the natural properties of the island s fauna and flora.