High-Season: Nov. - Apr.
Low-Season: May - Oct.

10 Nights, Banyan Tree Hotel & Resort, HB, Flight, Transfer, 2 People

High-Season: Nov. - Apr. from CHF 12'399.-

Banyan Tree Hotel & Resort

Location: 40 minutes from the airport of Mahé. On the south west coast, right on the beautiful sandy beach of Anse Intendance Bay. 

Facilities: 3 restaurants, 2 bars, Banyan Tree spa, fitness center, library-with internet access, pool, boutique.

Rooms: The 22 Hillside Pool Villas (approx. 97 sqm) equipped with a private pool, sun terrace, outdoor living room and a separate bedroom. The 4 "Pool Villas by the Rocks" (approx. 107 sqm) are slightly larger and have a jacuzzi and unobstructed view of the bay. The 5 'Intendance Pool Villas "(approx. 130 sqm) have an additional terrace. The pool of the 22 Beachfront Spa Pool Villas (approx. 251 sqm) is little larger and the villa also has an outdoor shower, massage pavilion, outdoor Jacuzzi, steam room and an additional porch. The 6 "Double Pool Villas" (approx. 826 sqm) are located by the sea and have 2 bedrooms, 2 private pools, outdoor Jacuzzi, steam room, a kitchen and butler service (round the clock). The Presidential Villa (approx. 447 sqm) offers guests a swimming pool, jacuzzi, outdoor shower, sun terrace, a bedroom and a large living room. All villas with air conditioning, fan, TV, DVD / CD player, minibar, hairdryer, telephone, Internet access, safe. 

Free activities: Snorkeling, kayaking, canoeing, tennis, cycling, yoga

Paid activities: Creole cooking courses, deep sea fishing and scuba diving can be organized in the vicinity of the hotel

Special features: Wedding guests receive an addition a bottle of champagne from OCEAN DREAMS & MORE.

Some heavy surf from May to October, bathing can be dangerous during this period. Please observe the signs and do not swim with warnings, but only as far as moving in the water, like the ocean floor with the feet is reached.The bay is beautiful and the breaking waves offer spectacular scenery and fun in the water, but please follow still the appropriate warnings.