The spa features a couples treatment room with a sundeck and a steam room
All rooms have a private balcony or terrace
The hotel can organize Thai or Creole cooking classes for guests
What To Know
Located between two popular beaches, Grand Anse and Barbarons
Free WiFi (high-speed Internet costs $18 per day)
A 5 percent service charge per night will be collected at the Jetsetter checkout
Parking on site
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Brand new retreat on Mahé’s quiet west coast with a private white sand beach, a pan-Asian restaurant and on-site cooking classes
Surrounded by lush gardens dotted with swaying palms, the Avani Seychelles Barbarons is a laid-back beach retreat on Mahé’s quiet west coast. The decor stays true to its tropical setting; the bright and breezy guestrooms feature sand-colored walls and sea-green throws and rugs, and they all come with a private patio or a balcony overlooking the garden, pool or ocean. The private white sand beach is sheltered by a lagoon, and there's an outdoor pool to relax by. Active types can take advantage of the tennis courts, fitness center or yoga classes. The dining options range from casual to formal: Try Gravity for shisha and cocktails, or Tamarind for authentic pan-Asian flavors. For something a little different, book a private meal right on the beach, or learn the art of Creole cuisine by taking part in a cooking class taught on-site.
In the Area
You'll find dozens of postcard-perfect beaches nearby, including Grand Anse, which offers turquoise waters, beach sports and horseback riding, plus a traditional market at dusk. This popular area also offers lots of culinary delights; try Chez Plume for freshly caught grilled fish and delicious salads. Over on the island’s east coast, the city of Victoria is home to the National Botanical Garden, which is full of tropical birds and a large rainforest canopy. For a Robinson Crusoe fix,