Six Senses Zil Pasyon
One of the country's most high-profile recent openings, Six Senses Zil Pasyon stands on the 652-acre Félicité Island and is dramatically beautiful.
Six Senses Zil Pasyon is located on Félicité, a private island where massive granite rocks and coral fringed beaches create an air of drama and beauty while seamlessly fusing land and sea. On this ecological jewel of Seychelles, step in tune with nature or swim with the turtles while enjoying an intimate destination that offers every comfort.
Occupying less than one third of the total land on Félicité Island, Six Senses Zil Pasyon is the sole resort on the island. Considered as one of the satellite islands of La Digue as well as Grande Soeur, Petite Soeur, Coco and Marianne, Félicité offers the ultimate island hopping experience.
Six Senses Zil Pasyon’s 30 pool villas offer an oasis of serenity nestled between the verdant foliage and turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean. With its perpetual summer, the island is ideally located outside the cyclone belt just 30 nautical miles northeast of the Seychelles International Airport.
The resort’s Six Senses Spa blends a magical oceanfront location with a sophisticated slate of treatments. Guests can choose from an extensive menu of signature therapies across five treatment villas, an elevated saltwater pool and a yoga pavilion. The private island has three pristine natural beaches; you will find one in front of the pool and restaurant; two more are a three-minute walk or buggy ride from the hotel’s main area. Each is a mix of white sands and rock, and all are suitable for swimming.
Cuisine of the Seychelles draws influence from a myriad of sources, and this fact is reflected in the dining choice available at Zil Pasyon. The Island Cafe is an all-day dining establishment that offers a melting pot of European, Asian and African fare. At The Chef’s Kitchen, guests are free to interact with gourmet chefs as they handcraft tailored, mouthwatering dishes. Finally, Ocean Kitchen delivers fresh catch from local fishermen embellished by the best in organic fruit and vegetables.
For those looking to be a little more active there are walking trails to explore which vary in length from two miles to four miles taking you around the peaks and forests of the island. The resorts Experience Centre offers exhilarating water activities including diving, snorkelling, sailing, kayaking and SUP boarding. You can also head out on exciting fishing trips around the island and we also recommend you discover the nearby islands of La Digue and Praslin where you can explore hidden beaches, UNESCO sites, cycling and hiking through forests.