Hilton Worldwide Opens DoubleTree by Hilton Seychelles – Allamanda Resort & Spa

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    Hilton Worldwide has recently announced the official opening of the 30-room DoubleTree by Hilton Seychelles-Allamanda Resort & Spa, its third resort in the Republic of The Seychelles Islands. From its prime beach-facing location on the South East coast of Mahe, Seychelles largest and best known island, DoubleTree by Hilton Seychelles-Allamanda Resort & Spa is a true paradise escape. Surrounded by 2.5 hectares of picturesque, indigenous landscaped gardens and boasting breathtaking views of the Indian Ocean, the hotel is an enchanting island resort of barefoot indulgence.

    Nestled against a spectacular backdrop of mountains and ocean, DoubleTree by Hilton Seychelles – Allamanda Resort & Spa features a tempting array of amenities and facilities. Guests will appreciate the complimentary Wi-Fi access from the internet lounge, the newly installed Technogym together with the refined simplicity and quality of the ocean-facing resort restaurant and separate bar.

    The 30 spacious rooms and suites all enjoy superb ocean views and, for total relaxation, guests can luxuriate in the hotel’s signature spa, uniquely perched on a large granite boulder and surrounded by tropical foliage. The more energetic can enjoy snorkelling and scuba diving while nature lovers can discover Seychelles’ mountain treasure by exploring the many nearby nature walks. The charm and intimacy of DoubleTree by Hilton Seychelles-Allamanda Resort & Spa has also proven the property’s romantic credentials with many couples already seeking the hotel’s exclusive paradise setting as the idyllic wedding destination.

    The Seychelles archipelago of 115 islands is known for their unspoiled tranquility, textbook pristine beaches, extraordinary national parks and authentic and unique eco-tourism. Lying around 1000km from the East Africa coastline, the country’s economy is dominated by tourism which accounts for *25% of GDP, 70% of foreign exchange earnings and up to 30% local employment.

    *Source: World Bank 2013

    Daniel Fountain / 01.01.2014

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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