Marriott to bring Luxury Collection to Seychelles

North Island is owned by the North Island Co. Ltd. and is expected to join The Luxury Collection’s portfolio of hotels and resorts later this year. Photo credit: Marriott International

Marriott International's Luxury Collection soft brand is coming to  the Seychelles with the signing of North Island, a private island resort. Part of the inner granitic islands of Seychelles, North Island is owned by the North Island Co. Ltd. and is expected to join The Luxury Collection’s portfolio of hotels and resorts later this year. 

Managed by ASmallWorld, a members-only club, North Island, a Luxury Collection Resort, Seychelles will be the organization’s first property in its ASW Hotel Collection. 

The property will have 11 private villas that each cover 4,890 square feet. Public spaces will include a lounge, dining room, a spa and gym, an infinity pool and a bar and restaurant located on the western side of the island. 

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North Island’s library will have a natural history collection that includes books and artifacts, and can host marine life presentations and environmental programs. 

“We are proud to launch our ASW Hotel Collection and collaborate with Marriott International on such an iconic property,” said Jan Luescher, CEO of ASmallWorld. “We are looking forward to expanding our collection over time.”

North Island is located approximately 30 kilometers northeast of Mahe Island, the main and largest island in the Seychelles. The property is a 15-minute helicopter transfer or a one-hour boat trip from Mahe Island.