Hilton is expanding its Indian Ocean islands offering with new properties in the Seychelles.
In July, the group opened Mango House Seychelles, a beachfront property in southern Mahé. Two others, Waldorf Astoria Platte Island and Canopy by Hilton Mahé are under construction.
Mango House Seychelles is Hilton’s fourth hotel in the country, and features 41 guest rooms and nine suites offering ocean views as well as five dining venues and bars.
The hotel debuts Hilton’s luxury LXR brand in the Seychelles, joining the Hilton and DoubleTree by Hilton properties already welcoming guests.
Waldorf Astoria Platte Island is a luxury resort that will offer 59 seafront villas, all equipped with private pools. Guests will have access to six restaurants and bars, a spa, kids’ club, outdoor observatory, tennis courts and a marine conservation discovery.
Canopy by Hilton Mahé is being built on Anse à la Mouche beach. It is set to bring a new sense of vibrancy to the oceanfront community. The resort will offer 120 guestrooms and space to accommodate more intimate meetings and events.