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Six Senses Zil Pasyon opens in Seychelles

Six Senses Zil Pasyon opens in Seychelles

Six Senses Zil Pasyon, located on the private island of Félicité, is now open.

Drawing upon the Six Senses perspective of providing innovative top-tier facilities wedded to environmental responsibility, the resort has been designed to embrace the picturesque landscape of vibrant beauty.

There are unsurpassed vistas of the ocean and surrounding islands from the higher points on the island.

Into these pristine surroundings nestle just 28 one-bedroom pool villas and 2 two-bedroom pool villas.

There are several dining venues, with the property’s culinary team led by Chef Richard Lee.


The Island Café is inspired by flavours from the spice route and opens throughout the day serving casual meals in an open lounge and interactive Chef’s Kitchen.

Above the Island Cafe, Lakanbiz presents a selection of flavoured and aged rums in a true-to-life pirate’s lair.

At the water’s edge is the no-meat restaurant Ocean Kitchen, where the catch of the day is but one of the amazing organic dishes on the menu.

Located next to the pool is Koko Bar. Guests seeking a more formal experience can visit the Wine Vault for a bespoke private dinner.

In addition, every villa offers a variety of dining settings with wonderful views, while numerous magical destination-dining venues can be arranged around the island.

Other facilities include an elongated infinity pool offering views of the surrounding islands with the ocean’s waves breaking over a rock wall, three white sand beaches, Trouloulou villa for youngsters, a gym with on-site personal trainer, cooking classes, treasure hunts, signature cinema beneath the stars and a library.

Right off the resort’s beach, guests have the opportunity to swim with turtles and the resort’s Experience Centre has all the equipment that is required for exhilarating water activities, including dive excursions around the island.

Six Senses hosts can arrange private fishing trips and visits to neighbouring islands by boat, hiking in the Coco de Mer Valley, which is a popular excursion for landlubbers, or climbs to the top of the hill to Sunset Point for magnificent nightfall experiences.