09 Jan Our Stay in the Seychelles – Six Senses Zil Pasyon
we are currently planning our trips for this year. One of the destinations we really wanna visit again (probably in summer) are the Seychelles. I was the first time there with my boyfriend and we really loved it! Thus, we also wanna show it to our son 🙂
A real special resort in the Seychelles is Six Senses Zil Pasyon. It is located on a private island named Félicité Island which is true paradise! You can reach Six Senses Zil Pasyon from the island Praslin via speed boat which will be organized by the hotel. Because it’s a private island Félicité Island isn’t touristy at all and you can find pure relaxation there!
I’m a huge fan of the hotel chain Six Senses (we just visited Six Senses Laamu on the Maldives for the third time which is one of my absolute favorite resorts in the world). One of the reasons is that I love the sustainable concept of Six Senses! They really make sure to integreate their resorts into nature without needing to intervene with it. Furthermore, they place a high importance on producing their own groceries as well as recycling them. For instance all Six Senses resorts produce their own water (and only in glass bottles). This is not only environmentally friendly but also resource-friendly. Other hotel chains really should take this as an example!
You also recognize at Six Senses Zil Pasyon (which is by the way a brand new resort) that the hotel is in total harmony with nature. For instance the Spa has been built very creatively along the rocks. We were most impressed by the stunning spa pool which offers you absolute privacy as well as super stunning sea views 🙂 And how cool is the design please?!
Our Hotel Room (or rather villa) was a Panorama Pool Villa. The resort only has very spacious villas which are located quite far away from each other. Hence, you get the feeling of having the resort by yourself. All villas are quite modern but also adhere to the ecological concept of Six Senses.
The Food at Six Senses Zil Pasyon was also excellent! It was very healthy and there was a good selection of International dishes!
We also really loved the Sunsets on the island! You should definitely watch it in one of the comfy nets of the bar because they offer the best sunset views 🙂
I can fully recommend Six Senses Zil Pasyon and I hope to be able to return there real soon 🙂
Have you ever been to Seychelles? And if so: On which island did you stay?
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