Banyan Tree Seychelles revitalized

Located at Intendance Bay in the Indian Ocean, the Banyan Tree Seychelles rolled out soft design upgrades to all of the 60 private resort villas, as well as a sprucing up of the outdoor venues and public areas. Refreshments were made to the Hillside Pool Villas with new paint, colorful rugs, cushion covers, runners and local artwork, all evoking the Seychellois culture.  Even the marble floors and bathroom storage facilities underwent a soft revitalization.

The Beachfront Spa Pool Villas underwent a similar refresh with the inclusion of new gazebo and wooden day beds outside each private villa, along with new lighting and vanity mirrors in the bathrooms. A decor revamp gives Saffron Restaurant a bright new look, while the Au Jardins d'Epices has contemporary new furniture to give a light and airy feel. Both the Le Varangue Bar and Reception have new furniture.

Banyan Tree Seychelles is a resort reminiscent of the colonial island charm from a bygone era. A plantation-style estate greets guests, complete with white clapperboard style architecture and a Banyan Tree that sits at the entrance. Its 60 villas are equipped with private swimming pools, sheltered pavilions, furniture, local artwork and marble floors.

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