Only 30 minutes from the international airport on the Seychelles island of Mahé, and close to the capital city of Victoria, the H Resort is set just yards from the white sand of Beau Vallon Bay, overlooking the sparkling blue Indian Ocean. With lush grounds shaded fragrant tamarind trees, it's the perfect tropical paradise, where you can explore the island, bask on the beach or just lie by the pool and gaze out to sea.
H Resort Beau Vallon Beach offers 100 Junior and Garden Suites, Beach and Grand Villas, with a range of luxurious features from private balconies or terraces, indoor and outdoor dining areas and day beds, large flat-screen TVs, and complimentary Wi-The spacious villas boast private pools and decks, cabanas with access to the beach, outdoor rain showers, expresso machines and butler service. Garden Suites have private terraces leading out in to the lush gardens, while the two Grand Beach Villas The design and décor is stunning with attractive natural wood flooring, ceiling fans and cool rattan furniture, in earthy tones accented with splashes of bright tropical colour. Bathrooms feature freestanding tubs, and separate showers.
The H Resort Sesel Spa offers a menu of signature treatments including massage and therapies using essential oils as well as beauty treatments., and there is a gym and yoga pavilion overlooking the lagoon, so you can pump some iron or enjoy Sunrise and Sunset yoga classes with spectacular views. Children are welcome here, and there is Treetops Kids’ Club where younger guests can enjoy supervised activities while you relax and enjoy the peace. The beach is a short stroll away, and the island itself offers all kinds of interesting feature to explore, with fascinating rock formations, tropical rainforests and national parks with rich and diverse wildlife . If you get bored with the beach here there are 74 others to enjoy around the island, and the many coral reefs make for some wonderful diving and snorkelling
There are no less than five different restaurants and bars here, so no shortage of choice. Vasco’s is the place for breakfast, and Creole-style dinner, Trader Vic’s offers Polynesian cuisine and Mai Thai cocktails, while Seyshima offers fresh Teppanyaki,. Eden is set in the gardens and is the spot for freshly barbecued steaks and seafood, and you can choose to have a private beachside dinner under the stars with the Tete a Tete dining service. For bars, 1502 is the lobby lounge where you can enjoy light snacks and delicious drinks in a beautifully lit setting, while the pool bar, Ripples, offers al fresco snacks and chilled drinks from 11am until 7pm.