Anantara Maia Seychelles Villas

Seychelles | Indian Ocean & Africa

Send a request

Named after the most beautiful of the Pleiades, the seven daughters of the titan Atlas in Greek mythology, this exclusive hideaway lives up to ist name. Enjoy the fantastic islands of the Seychelles in a special way: Inspired by the lotus flower, you can find between the tropical hills and snow-white sand beaches in the  a Anantara Maia Seychelles Villas luxurious oasis of tranquility and relaxation.

(depending on season and number of travellers)
EUR 2,400 to 3,500 per night/villa (ocean view) according to category and season incl. full board, transfers, spa treatment.

This luxurious resort is located on a small private peninsula in the southwest of the archipelago, the Anse Louis, approximately 20 minutes drive from the capital Victoria and from the international airport on the main island, Mahé. The unique complex has an exclusive and romantic setting.

The luxurious villas are situated in a very private atmosphere with air-conditioned bedrooms including fan, flat screen TV, DVD-player, iPod-station, safe, mini-bar and bathroom with a double open-air bath tub. A private butler is available 24 hours a day to fulfil any of your wishes. Breathtaking views of the Indian Ocean can be enjoyed from the sun terrace. The infinity pool is the perfect spot for relaxation.
3 ocean view villas are located on a slope, 8 ocean view villas are located directly on the beach (with direct access to the beach) and 11 ocean panoramic villas are located on a slope with stunning views.
The 8 MAIA signature villas all have various characteristics. 2 villas are located directly on the beach and each offer the utmost in privacy due to the fact that they are situated at the end of the beach strip. 6 other villas are located on the highest point of the property above the bay with a spectacular ocean view and an exclusive private atmosphere.

In the gourmet restaurant guests can choose between Asian-Creole and Mediterranean dishes. The pool bar serves additional snacks. Guests are offered the opportunity to have a romantic dinner on the private beach or in their pavilion. Arguably, this restaurant currently offers the best cuisine in the Seychelles.

Sport fans can enjoy kayaking, canoeing, renting a pedal boat or exploring the underwater world (snorkelling equipment can be rented on the spot). The resort also organises diving excursions and motorised water sport jaunts outside of the resort if requested.
In the spa area, guests can enjoy different “Jari Menari” (dancing fingers) massages in three garden pavilions. In the meditation pavilion, free yoga, shiatsu and Qi Gong seminars regularly take place. A beauty parlour with further relaxation treatments is available.

Best time to travel
Even though there are only small climatic differences during the year, two different seasons are generally referred to:
November to March: Warm with a lot of rain and high humidity. Typical rainy days on the Seychelles are interrupted by long sunny sections. The wind blows from the northwest (north-west monsoon).
May to September: The temperature is slightly cooler, since the wind blows from the southeast (south-east monsoon). The driest period is between June and August.
In April and October the temperature is relatively hot, there is little wind and the sea is mostly calm.

Getting there
Various airlines (for example, Emirates and Condor) fly to the international airport Mahé. On arrival in Mahé you will be welcomed by a private chauffeur who will then accompany you to the resort.




Yes, I would like to receive the newsletter with information about the world of private islands. If you are no longer interested, you can unsubscribe by clicking on the link at the end of each newsletter.