Hilton Seychelles Labriz Resort & Spa will welcome guests back to the exclusive 5* Resort on the stunning island of Silhouette. During an extensive period of lockdown, due to COVID19 precautions, the team at Labriz took the opportunity to transform a great experience to a flawless one, by refreshing an array of resort facilities, cleaning up areas of Silhouette Island and undertook renovations across an array of guest villas. As the Seychelles has been declared a COVID free country, Hilton Seychelles Labriz Resort & Spa, the only resort on Silhouette, makes the ideal place to enjoy a post-lockdown break, with exceptional service, warm weather, stunning landscapes, sparkling seas and boundless possibilities for exploration.
Hilton Seychelles Labriz Resort & Spa is just a 15-minute helicopter transfer, or a 40-minute boat ride via Bel Ombre Jetty, with private boats upon request, Hilton Labriz is wonderfully secluded, a true luxury haven from everyday life. Since the beginning of lockdown in the Seychelles, the 200-strong team at Hilton Seychelles Labriz Resort & Spa have been working to refresh a multitude of areas of the resort as well as clean up the beaches and ocean that surround the beautiful setting of this world-class resort. Additionally, the team has between them completed 1,433 Hilton University courses since the beginning of lockdown on March 27th 2020, fostering employee progression and encouraging exceptional service for guests.
Around the resort the refresh of facilities includes full retiling of the stunning Main Pool area, renovations to the Main Bridge that cross the lagoon. LoBrizan Restaurant has been totally renovated providing a stunning new setting for guests to enjoy a variety of light snacks and live entertainment, while brand New Bar, the LoBrizan Beach Lounge features Swing Chairs providing an authentic and relaxing Seychellois experience. To date the resort (led by the Front Office Team) has made the 200,000 bricks used to re-lay paths across the entire resort.
The Silver Surf boat has undergone a total interior and exterior refurbishment and is available to guests for exciting marine excursions and transportation between Mahe and Silhouette. Elsewhere on the island the resort Chefs have been working to expand the existing Organic Garden, which produces over 100kg of fresh produce each week; adding further organic harvest that will be used in the resort restaurants once guests return.
New decking, fencing, pergolas and interiors have been installed across all Premium Villas. The Two Bedroom Family Villa has been refurbished with a new roof, new deck, refreshed pool tiles, new privacy fencing, personal yoga area alongside modernised interiors and fresh furniture.
Hilton Seychelles Labriz Resort & Spa is also set to premiere 10 brand-new Garden Oasis Villas, each of these beautiful villas comprise of a spacious bedroom and private plunge pool and are nestled amongst the lush vegetation of Silhouette Island and bordered by soft verdant lawns.
At 88sqm each the Garden Oasis Villas are expansively designed, with a contemporary edge and a touch of tropical chic, giving these upgraded rooms a real feel of luxury. Outside, the wooden sundeck leads out to a private cabana, the ideal spot to take refuge from the sun while the refreshing 15sqm private pool, surrounded by tropical jungle, this private outdoor haven is perfect the place to sip a coffee in the morning or enjoy a cocktail in the afternoon.
To date, construction has been completed on the impressive interconnecting Garden Oasis Family Pool Villa, easily accommodating a family of 8, which affords an ideal option for families or groups travelling together, offering privacy alongside proximity.
All these renovations and improvements throughout Hilton Seychelles Labriz Resort & Spa, the continuous island and beach clean up efforts of the Hilton Labriz team, along with the implementation of enhanced cleaning procedures across the resort, will ensure that this secluded and exclusive resort will be at its very best when welcoming guests back to its shores.
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