Hilton Seychelles Northolme Resort & Spa (5*)

Nested on the idyllic island of Mahe, this secluded Seychelles retreat is comprised completely of private villas perched onthe verdant hillside or nestled amongst secluded beach coves on Beau Vallon Bay


Hotel Details

  • the resort welcomes guests of 13 years and over
  • business centre
  • meeting space
  • The Dunlye Spa – perched on spectacular, giant granite boulders overlooking the azure waters of the Indian Ocean
  • fitness room


Room Features

King Hillside Villas:

  • 969 sq ft
  • nestled in lushtropical forest
  • sofa or large armchairwith ottoman in the living area, featuringcontemporary décor and original artwork
  • Jacuzzi
  • balcony with sweeping sea views
  • high-speed internet access
  • DVD player



  • James Bond inspired
  • located in the king oceanfront villa
  • 969 sq ft
  • seaviews
  • sofa or large armchair with ottoman amidst thecontemporary décor and original artwork
  • balcony with Indian Ocean view
  • high-speed internet access
  • DVD
  • Jacuzzi



  • Les Cocotiers – an al fresco, a la carte restaurant which is openfor dinner daily, specialising in Creole cuisine aswell as a selection of international favourites, withan extensive wine list
  • Hilltop Restaurant – the hotel's main dining room which serves buffetmeals for breakfast and dinner, boasting action cooking stations in an open airwith stunning ocean views
  • Oceanview Bar and Restaurant – situated on thewater front with great views of the blue Indian
  • Ocean, the restaurant offers the perfect setting to unwind, enjoylunch, dinner or an all-day snack menu



  • paddle tennis table
  • pool table
  • sightseeing tours can be arranged through the hotel
  • snorkeling


NEW! How you can make your stay more authentic, sustainable and memorable

These tips provide the insider’s knowledge on how travelers can engage with local culture, make their vacations more memorable, promote sustainability in the region, and enhance their overall holiday experience.

  • Some of the best times to visit Seychelles is March 2nd – 4th, when Seychelles International Carnaval de Victoria is taking place, as well as from October 25th to the 31st, when the Festival Kreol is happening, celebrating the Creole heritage and traditions.
  • Other important cultural events that travelers are encouraged to visit include the ‘SUBIOS Underwater Festival’, which showcases Seychelles’ extraordinary underwater world through a series of film shows, talks and competitions; the Seychelles Sailing Cup, an international sailing event which is held in January and the International Fishing Competition in March. Further local fishing competitions are held throughout the year.
  • Here are the best times to visit Seychelles for specific types of activities:
    • Bird-watching: April (breeding season), May - September (nesting of Sooty Terns) and October (migration)
    • Diving:  March – May and September – November
    • Fishing: October – April
    • Hiking/Walks & Trails: May – September
    • Sailing: year-round
    • Snorkeling:  year-round. However there is seaweed  on Praslin’s North and north-west coast between May and September
    • Surfing/Windsurfing: May - September
  • Seychelles is home to two unique world heritage Sites: The Vallee De Mai Garden and Aldabra Atoll amongst many other reasons to choose Seychelles as an excellent travel destination, such as most unique and exotic flora and fauna, world class fishing and scuba diving, miles of uncrowned beaches, and the perfect spot for weddings and honeymoons.
  • Some of the recommended local excursions by our Seychelles suppliers are:
    •  Overnight Birds Island Excursion where guests are taken to a magical deserted island, named for the million sooty terns that nest here each year and enjoy rare migrants, turtles that come to lay on the perfect sandy beaches and the coral reefs that shelter an abundant marine life, a perfect excursion for nature lovers and those seeking to experience the relaxation of a remote and peaceful island.
    • Mahe Highlights, where guests can experience Mahé sights in one day and stop for Souvenir shopping in Victoria, visit Morne Seychellois National Park, and admire the spectacular view from the historic ruins of Mission Lodge.
    • St Anne Marine Park, which is a journey by boat to discover the underwater world of tropical coral reefs, where visitors can see an amazing variety of Marine Life including corals teeming with fish, enjoy a delicious Creole lunch and spend the afternoon swimming or simply lazing in the sun.
Please Note: Time restrictions and extra charges may apply for some activities, watersports or facilities. Some restaurants may be open for certain meals only, have a dress code in effect and/or require reservations. While Sparkling Voyages makes every effort to ensure the accuracy of the information contained herein, it cannot be held responsible for changes, omissions or errors.