MAIA Luxury Resort and Spa
- Outdoor Pool
- Experience Showers
At a glance
The resort is a 25-minute drive from Seychelles International Airport.
Breathtaking ocean views and surrounded by lush vegetation, the resort is paradise in the Seychelles.
The hotel sits on the secluded beach of Anse Louis, which sweeps into a transparent turquoise sea.
The hotel is all about luxurious relaxation and the unique spa reflects that with private open-air pavilions in which to have your treatments.
Go on the Aride Bird Sanctuary Excursion or perhaps a wine tasting tour with the hotel’s award winning resident Sommelier.
Stand up paddle boarding, water sports and diving are all available at or close to the hotel.
Spa & Leisure
The tranquility of the MAIA Luxury Resort and Spa and its location in the Seychelles makes it the perfect location to really relax and unwind. The resort as a whole is a beautiful place to enjoy the great outdoors. The beautiful beaches are ideal for diving and water sports, paddle boarding and exploring the island are all part of the experience.
Meanwhile, with waters falling down moss covered granite rocks and the sound of birdsong in the background the Balinese-style spa includes three individual, private open-air pavilions, each separated by natural rock formations. Each one has its own garden, changing rooms and showers and therapists offer world-class treatments such as their signature banana leaf wrap, as well as classes such as yoga and Qi Gong.
Hotel & Accommodation
The MAIA Luxury Resort and Spa in the Seychelles is a decadent escape made up of 30 exquisite thatched villas with panoramic views of the sea. The villas are nestled into the lush landscape and accommodate two people, making them the ultimate in romantic holiday destinations. It’s a total escape from everyday life, a sanctuary characterised by dark wood interiors and design that lets the beauty of the outside world in.
Dining at the resort is flexible and indulgent. There’s a variety of options available including Asian, Indian, Mediterranean and Creole cuisine, and the kitchen upholds a policy of flexibility for dining beyond the regular menu and times to satiate individual requirements and tastes. Tec-Tec Restaurant is the gourmet option, the Sunset Pool Bar offers snacks and cocktails, and for wine connoisseurs there is also a wine boutique.