Canopy by Hilton Seychelles now open

Canopy by Hilton Seychelles is located along Mahé’s Anse à la Mouche bay

Hilton has announced the opening of its newest property, Canopy by Hilton Seychelles – marking the boutique lifestyle brand’s debut in the Indian Ocean.

Situated in the south of Mahé, Canopy by Hilton Seychelles is the brand’s first resort property in the world, seamlessly blending local flair with contemporary charm to deliver an idyllic getaway for families and adventure seekers alike. A short drive from the Jardin du Roi (Spice Garden), and the Anse à la Mouche beach known for its shallow and calm seas, the 120-guestroom resort draws inspiration from its surroundings to offer an authentic guest experience – from the stylishly designed rooms infusing elements of the locality to the tranquil spa and world-class food and drink offerings.

Guy Hutchinson, President, Middle East and Africa, Hilton, said: “We are excited to continue growing our portfolio in the Indian Ocean, offering more incredible destinations for guests, with the debut of Canopy by Hilton Seychelles. Joining five Hilton-branded properties in the Seychelles, including the recently opened Waldorf Astoria Seychelles Platte Island, the resort promises guests a memorable stay that beautifully integrates our renowned Hilton hospitality with the local charm of Mahé.”

Guests can enjoy a compelling range of culinary options at the resort’s three dining venues; relax and rejuvenate at Afloya spa or work up a sweat at the resort’s modern fitness centre, take a dip at one of the three pools, enjoy water sports activities at the beach, or relax at the transfer lounge before departing to the airport.

For younger guests, the Bounty Seekers Kids and Teens Club provides a supervised adventure playground that fuels the curiosity of children and teens. The club offers crafts that ignite creativity, exhilarating games, and outdoor exploration including bon fires and jam sessions.

As part of the resort’s engagement with the local community, the property team is helping to support the natural environment – by rejuvenating the mangroves and the Mahé coastline – as well as promoting energy efficiency and sustainability in the resort’s operations.