Six Senses Zil Pasyon
Felicité, Felicité, Seychelles

You’ll have to visit the beautiful island of Félicité in the Seychelles, boasting its dramatic views of giant granite rocks and white sandy beaches, to enjoy a stay at Six Senses Zil Pasyon. No matter where you’re travelling from it’ll be worth it. This luxury hotel benefits from its location in the perpetual summer but it also benefits from the type of style that is typical of Six Senses and is only 30 nautical miles away from the airport. With a range of different villas the Zil Pasyon really can provide you with whatever you are looking for in a heavenly holiday getaway.

The Rooms

With a range of villas to choose from you will not be short of options. Try out the Hideaway Pool Villa, for example as it boasts a private sundeck and a 215 square foot infinity pool. As its name suggests the Panorama pool villas are set in high locations and offer glorious views of the Indian Ocean. All have spacious bathrooms, vaulted ceiling living areas and a bathtub with its very own swing!


The typical Six Senses flair pervades the entire beach resort and this, of course, extends to the restaurants and bars. Strategically placed throughout the resort you’ll have the opportunity to dine at a different place each night of your stay. The all-day dining Island Café is a melting pot of European, Asian and African fare offering flavours inspired by the spice route. Drinks and snacks are served throughout the day in an open lounge which includes an interactive Chef's Kitchen. At all the restaurants and eateries the ingredients used are mostly fresh and sourced from the local gardens.

Start with a cocktail at the Koko Bar which is handily placed next to the pool and offers a range of typical cocktails as well as bespoke versions. Then go on to the Chef’s Kitchen which offers the theatre of an open kitchen for you to watch as your meal is being prepared. There’s also the oceanside, ‘Ocean Kitchen’ - a no meat restaurant, ‘The Wine Vault’ - a cool terracotta-tiled Wine Cellar and the sultry Lakanbiz bar, which is lined with travelling trunks and barrels of ageing Takamaka rum like a super-stylish pirate’s lair.


Indulge in some African inspired treatments at the spa then go on to do some yoga and meditation in the poolside pavilion. When it comes to watersports the options are endless, choose from diving, snorkeling, fishing and kayak & paddle boarding. There’s also nature trails, petanque at the boulodrome, a cinema under the stars or go island hopping by boat to nearby Praslin Island for a spot of golf.