Halal Hotels Seychelles
Like other tourists, Muslim travelers coming from Islamic countries have particular requirements when they choose the destination for their vacation. Among these requirements, Muslims are concerned about the availability of halal compliant foods (no pork or alcohol in food) and a clean place to pray.
Many international hotels in Seychelles do serve halal food that is slaughtered in accordance with the teachings of Islamic Sharia and is free of any substances forbidden by Islam such as pork and alcohol.
Other Islamic countries such as Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Oman and Brunei continue to be popular with Muslim tourists. Among non-OIC countries, Singapore, Thailand, the UK, Japan and Taiwan remain the top five respectively, but show improved scores on the index.
Where to Find Halal Food in Seychelles
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Best Day Tours in Seychelles for Muslim Travelers
The Seychelles is an archipelago of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean, off East Africa. It’s home to numerous beaches, coral reefs and nature reserves, as well as rare animals such as giant Aldabra tortoises. Mahé, a hub for visiting the other islands, is home to capital Victoria. It also has the mountain rainforests of Morne Seychellois National Park and beaches, including Beau Vallon and Anse Takamaka
- La Digue, Curiuese, St. Pierre, Anse Lazio by boat from Mahe (Private Boat)
- St Anne Marine Park & Moyenne Island Full day boat trip from Mahe (Private Boat)
- Mahe Private full day tour
- Starfish – Odezir Catamaran
- Half-Day Mahe Tour
1. Constance Ephelia 5* – Halal Hotels Seychelles
Nestled amongst the white sand beaches and hills on the island of Mahé, Ephelia a halal hotels Seychelles offers guests luxurious suites and villas overlooking the Indian Ocean. It features 5 restaurants, 6 bars, 5 pools and boutique shopping.
All accommodation at Constance Ephelia Resort comes with a private garden area. There is an inside seating area with flat-screen TV. They also have a private luxury bathroom with a bath and shower, and some villas offer mountain or ocean views.
In the many restaurants, guests have the choice of local cuisine with a buffet breakfast, poolside snack or Mahé infused dinner. Cocktails and local tropical juices are served in the Constance Ephelia Resort’s bars.
Set on 300 acres of lush forest overlooking the Indian Ocean, this posh island resort is 22 km from Seychelles International Airport. It’s 2 km from Sauzier Waterfall.
Warm, stylish rooms and suites offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screens and minifridges, plus private balconies. Posh villas with wood-beamed ceilings add private pools, views of the ocean and/or private access to the beach.
Breakfast is available at a buffet-style restaurant featuring a dining terrace surrounded by water. There are 10 other eateries and bars. There’s an outdoor pool and hot tub, plus a spa, and a gym with yoga classes. There’s also a kids’ club with a pool and playground.
Spacious contemporary accommodations surrounded by lush landscape and scintillating lagoons, a beautiful spa village to revive your senses; Choose from one of our 42 Tropical Garden View Rooms, 184 Junior Suites, 40 Senior Suites, 17 Family Villas, 16 Beach Villas, 8 Hillside Villas, 5 Spa Villas or our unique Presidential Villa.
Feast on delicious dishes and cocktails while marvelling at the deep blue of the Indian Ocean with a private dinner on the beach or in one of our restaurants.
. I can easily say that this is the best resort/hotel I have ever stayed at. Staff members are attentive, courteous, and helpful. If any problem arises its professionally and reasonably quickly resolved. Also, although showers were frequent in between dry and sunny periods at the resort this did not dampen our spirits.
The eating options at the Corossal buffet restaurant were excellent and extensive I particularly liked the themed nights which had sumptuous cuisines from around the world. It was confirmed that all meat served here is halal.
Overall, it’s a well maintained, spacious, luxury resort with stunning lush landscape (hills of Mahe Island) in the background. The background mist in the air makes you feel like you are on the sets of the Jurassic Park movie.
The Kids Club at the resort also kept my little ones entertained. There is also a small convenience store near the North Entrance in case you run out of snacks and other essential items.
. We were on half-board plan. We had dinner at all days in Corossal where we found enough options for dinner. I especially appreciated that all meats were Halal, and everything with alcohol/pork was clearly marked. The first day we had breakfast at Seselwa, as it was closer from our suite, though the breakfast spread here is much smaller than Corossal’s. For the rest of our stay, we went to Corossal for breakfast.
The property is very well maintained given its size. There are enough things to do within the resort itself and one could easily spend a week here without ever needing to leave. There are hiking trails, snorkeling sites, 2 beaches, and 3 other beaches accessible only by a hike through the woods. They have various beach side places to sit and relax, in addition to sports complexes, fitness center, and a spa. There are many spots to take great pictures, especially at sunset.
We used the spa facilities and enjoyed the massages. There are some semi-private spaces to lounge but those are reserved for couples who book a treatment, it would have been nice if the spa had more places like that.
The main restaurant served up a variety of meals each night with a different theme, the Indian was by far the best. There is sufficient variety across the resorts 3/4 eating places to not get bored with the food for sure and quality was of a high standard.
Huge plus for us is the resort is fully halaal-friendly, which meant we could eat with ease. Most of the breakfast is buffet, and also a very decent selection of fresh fruits, yogurts, hot meals, eggs the way you want…I can go on and on.
The resort has 2 beaches, one south side and one on the north. North beach was nice for sun-bathing as it has deck chairs which were plentiful, although the water tends to be full of seaweed.
South beach is crystal clear, sparkling water and we opted to swim in it for most of our stay.
The other great plus was the boat-house offering loads of free activities. We did the kayaking a few times which was loads of fun.
As the resort is quite huge, they operate a very regular shuttle services to and from the north beach and the main areas of the resort, which we found really helpful.
However the rooms are very nice and spacious with nice bathroom facilities. The food in the buffet restaurant is very good and is halal. The choice of pool and room service food is a little limited but as we were on hall board it didn’t make too much difference.
The beach on the North Side is amazing with warm water and lots of space to relax and enjoy.
Sprawling resort with 2 main beaches ans 3 hidden ones. Self sufficient resort, you don’t need to leave at all. About 6 restaurants, really good food. The beef/chicken is halal (slaughtering rites of Muslims). Daily activities listed so you can plan ahead. In house reef for snorkelling is good. Amaaaazing staff, rooms, location. Had a massage, really nice spa.
A tip: 5 of the 6 restaurants have a dress code (smart casuals) so carry a pair of trousers and a long sleeved shirt with you.
How much does a room costs at Constance Ephelia?
Prices start 489$/night for Tropical Garden View Room (2 Adults Only). The Two-Bedroom Beach Villa with Private Pool is 2244$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for couples.
This large air-conditioned villa offers a seating area with flat-screen TV and a dining area. There is a luxury bathroom complete with a bath, double basin and walk-in shower.
It has a fully furnished terrace overlooking the Indian Ocean, North Beach and tropical hills. It also features a private pool with sun chairs and a garden.
Where to book online -Constance Ephelia – Halal Hotels Seychelles – you can find the best halal hotels deals in Mauritius during Eid-ul-Fitr, which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Mauritius on Booking.com or Hotels.com or Agoda.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
2. Savoy Seychelles Resort & Spa 5* – Halal Resorts Seychelles
Located on Beau Vallon Beach, Savoy Resort & Spa a halal hotels Seychelles offers 2 restaurants, a large 700 sqm outdoor pool and a 24-hour front desk. Central Victoria is a 6-minute drive away. Free WiFi is available.
The modern and spacious rooms and suites are equipped with a balcony, flat-screen satellite TV, minibar and air conditioning. The Executive Suites offer sea views. Featuring a shower, private bathrooms also come with a bath and a hairdryer. Personalized butler service is available for Penthouse guests.
Culinary cuisine can be enjoyed at Pescado, overlooking the resort’s pool while Grand Savoy offers a sumptuous breakfast.
Set on Beau Vallon Beach along the Indian Ocean, this upmarket resort is 3 km from Morne Seychelles National Park and 5 km from the State House, built in 1910.
Sleek rooms with a modern vibe offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minibars, plus mini fridges, sitting areas, and balconies with ocean or garden views. Polished suites add living and dining rooms; upgraded suites add kitchenettes and outdoor hot tubs. Room service is available 24/7.
There 5 restaurants and 2 bars, including sushi, Indian, seafood and poolside options. There’s also a spa, a gym, and an outdoor pool with ocean views, plus a lush garden with palm trees.
The luxurious Savoy Seychelles Resort & Spa is located in Beau Vallon Bay, on the edge of the most popular beach of Mahe Island. With unique location, striking designs and landscaped tropical gardens of 16 acres, these are further enhanced by a world-class spa and a 700 sq. m swimming pool which is the largest in the Seychelles. Beau Vallon revels in its authentic seaside vibe and endless white sandy beaches that encourage swimming, scuba diving, snorkeling and other water sports.
Fine sand, flat sandy bottom, low waves and stunning sunsets distinguish this beach from all others on the island.
serving also halal food which is great.
In addition to that the best thing about Savoy is the fact that it offers Halal food which is a huge positive for Muslim tourists. We’ve stayed in 3 hotels in Mahe and Savoy is definitely the best one.
The food was lovely and something for everyone we had fresh fish daily, there is always meat chicken and fish and it was halal you will never get hungry here!
Our room was excellent: very spacious, with a large and well-equipped bathroom and sizeable balcony.
The pool area is large and well-maintained. We were not so keen on the beach area, which was a little crowded for our taste.
The breakfast buffet was excellent in terms of choice and quality. Staff members were friendly and helpful. We had excellent service from lovely Naomi of Cameroon).
Meals and drinks are quite expensive, as is common in the Seychelles, and on top of the price you see is a service charge, tax and a space for a tip.
We had a few nice meals and snacks in the Gecko Bar.
We also ate out at the Perle Noir and had a daily drink at the Beach Shack (at the end of the beach).
How much does a room costs at Savoy Seychelles Resort & Spa?
Prices start 457$/night for Deluxe Double or Twin Room with Balcony. The Two-Bedroom Penthouse with Sea Views is 1252$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for couples.
This 190 sqm penthouse boasts a separate living area and a fully-equipped kitchen. It has 2 bathrooms, each with a rain shower and a bathtub. The furnished terrace has a hot tub and overlooks the gardens towards the sea.
Where to book online -Savoy Seychelles Resort & Spa- Halal Hotels Seychelles – you can find the best halal hotels deals in Mauritius during Eid-ul-Fitr, which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Mauritius on Booking.com or Hotels.com or Agoda.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
3. Four Seasons Resort Seychelles 5* – Halal Hotels Seychelles
Four Seasons Resort Seychelles is situated less than 5 m from the beach located on Petite Anse, Baie Lazare. It features a spa, fitness centre, swimming pool and a water sports pavilion.
Each air-conditioned villa has a private pool and a patio. It comes equipped with a satellite TV, minibar and tea-and-coffee-making facilities. The bathroom includes a shower with free toiletries, a bathrobe and slippers.
Kannel Restaurant offers international cuisine for lunch and Asian and Creole cuisine for dinner. ZEZ restaurant serves an international breakfast with daily specials and a la carte options, and dinner features a modern Mediterranean menu.
Kannel Bar serves light snacks, fruit drinks and cocktails during the day, whilst ZEZ Lounge is open for cocktails, wines and freshly-made sushi and sashimi.
Set on a tropical hill overlooking the Indian Ocean, this luxury beachfront resort is 19 km from Seychelles International Airport and 26 km from Victoria, the national capital.
The lavish suites and villas are either on the jungle hillside or near the beach. All feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and iPod docks, as well as private infinity pools, balconies and living areas. Upgraded options add dining areas, and additional decks and pools. Room service is available.
A breakfast buffet is complimentary. There are high-end restaurants and bars. Additional amenities include an outdoor pool, private beach access, a luxe spa and a fitness center.
The villa interiors are inspired by rustic Seychellois and French colonial style. Simple, whitewashed timber slat walls allow our carefully curated collection of objets d’art to sing. The verandah, day bed pavilion, and infinity plunge pool set off unencumbered views of tropical greenery, the white sand enclosed in the bay, and the azure waters of the Indian Ocean.
With only 67 villas and suites raised on stilts amongst mango, jackfruit and cinnamon trees on a 180-hectare site nestled in the natural amphitheatre of Petite Anse, the resort is a haven of untouched nature and peaceful isolation.
Our room was large and had a beautiful view. Having the ocean view rooms gives a good amount of privacy too. The rooms have a private pool (although I wish it was heated), an outdoor bed (which is perfect for an afternoon nap, especially when its raining and you can’t do anything else), a large luxurious bathroom and ofcourse a wonderful bed to sink into every night.
The concierge was great about recommending activities and Ali who drove us around was awesome. He always greeted us with a warm welcome smile and always by our name! It was a joy to see him and he really made our trip even better than it was.
The beach at the hotel is awesome. Its tranquil and it really is in a unique corner of the island. The BEST part was the free mini massages on the beach.
What a touch!! You really feel taken care of. Although outsiders are allowed to use the beach it was never overrun. Once in a while it was hard to find a shady spot but the attendants at the pool really took care of us and made sure we were comfortable.
There was even one day my husband lost his sunglasses in the ocean and he was so bummed about it, but it ended up washing up to shore the next day and one of the attendants found it and delivered it straight to my overjoyed hubby :).
The food at breakfast was our favorite meal. I loved that they varied between different cuisines (Indian, Thai, etc) along with the usual staples. We ate at the Japanese restaurant which we thought was just ok.
The burgers and sandwiches beach-side were delicious as well. In case this matters to anyone, the meat at the hotel is halal which was a pleasant surprise for us!
How much does a room costs at Four Seasons Resort Seychelles?
Prices start 2539$/night for Villa with Garden View. The Serenity Villa with King Bed
is 3749$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for couples.
Known as the ‘Serenity Villa’, this secluded villa offers prime views of the Indian Ocean and tropical forest below.
Where to book online -Four Seasons Resort Seychelles – Muslim Friendly Hotels Seychelles – you can find the best halal hotels deals in Mauritius during Eid-ul-Fitr, which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Mauritius on Booking.com or Hotels.com or Expedia.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
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