Search 590,000 properties worldwide.
Search over a million flights, hotels, packages, and more
No Expedia cancellation fee to change or cancel almost any hotel reservation.
The Seychelles isn’t just famous for its tropical beaches and clear waters. It’s also famous the world over for offering the very best in luxury five-star accommodation. Use Expedia’s search filters to explore a range of five-star hotels in the Seychelles, from secluded boutique properties to exclusive beachfront resorts.
When someone says Seychelles, you immediately think of gleaming white sand, swaying palms and pure blue skies, or picture yourself sipping cocktails from a balcony overlooking the ocean. Book a five-star hotel in the Seychelles and you’ll find this tropical paradise really does live up to its reputation. The Seychelles is about switching off and enjoying a slower pace of life – and that’s a breeze when you have the very best accommodation, service and spa facilities on tap.
You’ll find five-star hotels all over the Seychelles, with the widest choice on the larger islands of Mahé and Praslin. Most are resorts, offering superb on-site restaurants, spas, pools and more. Choose a hotel in the hills for stunning ocean views, or look for a five-star hotel with beachfront cabins to have the Seychelles’ famous white sand right on your doorstep.
if you want the ultimate in seclusion, choose a private island resort for your five-star Seychelles accommodation. You’ll enjoy your very own slice of paradise, staying in sumptuously designed villas with private pools and enjoying exclusive scuba diving sessions and boat tours.
The diving and snorkelling sites dotted around the Seychelles’ 115 islands are world class. Visitors are drawn here from all over the world to explore an underwater landscape of coral reefs and bays. Surfing, wind surfing and sailing are also popular, and most five-star Seychelles hotels will offer them on-site or be able to organise a session elsewhere. Back on dry land, explore on foot or by bike, and see some of the world’s rarest plants and wildlife in spectacular ancient palm forests.