A holiday on the Seychelles is in itself restorative and relaxing. This feeling can only be enhanced by a stay in the spas, health resorts and recreational baths, which are now available in numerous hotels on eight islands of the Seychelles. Of the 18 "spa hotels", 9 are located on Mahé, 3 on Praslin, 3 on small hotel islands near Mahé and 3 on islands further away. From the typical treatments of recognised spas, which offer relaxing massages with exotic herbal oils, brushes, detoxification baths and invigorating wet treatments, to the complete programme of beauty and cosmetic specialists, such "spas" enable the complete renewal of body, mind and spirit.
On Mahé, for example, the Banyan Tree Seychelles offers an all-round pampering experience based on traditional holistic methods from Asia. The Bliss Hotel has a small "organic" "spa" with unique treatments and also offers yoga sessions. The Constance Ephélia Resort also has a 7,000 m² "Spa Village" consisting of "Le Spa de Constance" with 14 treatment rooms, a Kneipp treading bath, sauna, steam bath and yoga pavilion as well as 3 exclusive Shiseido rooms. From the 5 individual pavilions of the "Spa" at the Four Seasons Resort Seychelles, which is situated on a hill, you can enjoy magnificent views of the sea during and after the treatments, for which local herbs and spices are processed according to old recipes.
The "Spa" of the Hilton Seychelles Northolme Resort & Spa also offers breathtaking views during the holistic treatments - for example an Ayurveda massage. The 900 m² "Spa Cinq Mondes" of Le Méridien Barbaron includes a steam bath, 3 single massage rooms, a double massage room and a plunge pool. The "Elemis' Zen Spa" in the sister hotel Le Méridien Fisherman's Cove also offers numerous beauty treatments and massages. The three treatment rooms of the "Maia Spa" at the Maia Luxury Resort & Spa are also suitable for couples. The meditation pavilion offers free yoga, self-shiatsu and Qi-Gong classes, and there is a special "wellness" trial offer for children. The "Duniye Spa" at the Allamanda Beach Resort & Spa also has 3 rooms, where massages, mani and pedicures as well as Ayurvedic treatments are offered.
On Praslin, hotel guests of the Constance Lémuria Resort can pamper themselves in "Le Spa de Constance" using Shiseido's Qi method, while the Paradise Sun Hotel is the only four-star hotel on this Island has its own "spa" with three treatment rooms. The largest "spa" in the Seychelles - "The Raffles Spa" - is located in the new Raffles Praslin, which is the only hotel that even has its own spa suites.
The private mini spa at Cerf Island Resort on Cerf Island near Mahé offers massages and beauty treatments (also in the villas), an outdoor Jacuzzi and a steam bath. The "Spa by Clarins" at Sainte Anne Resort & Spa on Sainte Anne has 5 single massage rooms, 2 double massage rooms and various rooms for yoga, Ayurveda and balneotherapy, as well as two saunas and two hammams. The therapists on North Island are trained in various methods and can even offer guests additional treatments not included in the "Spa" program. At the Hilton Seychelles Labriz Resort & Spa on the island Silhouette invites its guests to the "Aquum Spa". On the Outer Islands the Desroches Island Resort and the Alphonse Island Resort (currently under renovation) own "spas".