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|Value for money||7.3|
|Nearest airport||Seychelles International Airport (SEZ)|
|Distance to airport||36.0 km|
Located on Silhouette Island, Hilton Seychelles Labriz Resort & Spa is a mountainous beach hideaway perched between three kilometers of pristine long white sand beaches with iconic granite boulders on one side and lush tropical forest on the other.
The 111 private villas feature a private terrace, outdoor shower, and luxury amenities. The chic Garden Villas feature a garden and dramatic mountain views while just steps from the shore, Beach Villas enjoy stunning Indian Ocean views complete with spectacular sunsets. For the most luxurious Silhouette experience, the 17 larger pavilions boast a private pool. The beachside Ocean Pavilions look out on the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean while the Silhouette Pavilions face the towering peaks and lush forest of Silhouette.
Hilton Seychelles Labriz Resort & Spa is the epitome of excellence with first class design, breath-taking natural setting, fascinating heritage and the very best amenities promising a vibrant and fresh encounter of the Seychelles.
Children and extra beds
Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please check the individual room capacity for more details.
Minimum age of guests is: 0 year(s).
|Guest's age||Extra bed|
Children 0-6 year(s)
Must use an extra bed
If you need an extra bed, it will incur an additional charge.
Guests 7 years and older are considered as adults
Must use an extra bed which will incur an additional charge.
Hilton Seychelles Labriz Resort & Spa
Incredible beaches with very few other people. Great hikes and snorkelling. Feels like your own private island
If you can afford it, do get the beachfront villas. They are just stunning and well worth the extra. The place is not cheap though, they could be a little less money hungry, but it's still worth it, just leaves your wallet a or lighter than the rest of the Seychelles.
beautiful place ”
It is a lovely place, very relaxing . The spa is fantastic, the restaurants are really nice. The staff in the main dining/ breakfast area need more training when comes to knowledge of menu and . However they are very nice.
Dreamy villa good for a day trip”
We went to Hilton labriz on 29th November for 1 night, our last destination in honeymoon.We got upgraded to beachside villa, which was the highlight, the welcome by staff was overwhelming. The only issue was less availability of vegetarian food for dinner. Happy hours from 5:30-6:30 and 9:30-11 offer drinks on discounted prize,which tasted amazing, specially passion fruit juice, must try. Pool is 4ft deep not suitable for diving. Breakfast buffet had curd rice and chaas for Indians. The homemade honey and jams were good variety. Soft flower decorations were pretty and made the room mesmerizing. The boat transfer to silhouette was way too costly considering they already charge high for rooms. It should be complimentary as it's the only way of transportation from Mahe. We loved the secludedness of the island and the night music at the bar with mashaal and video on projector. Thanks hilton for treating us well :)
Only negatives are the breakfast room and the bar at night Very poor decoration and not cosy at all All the rest is amazing
Me and my wife had excellent time. The good thing we like were the outstanding location, privacy, pristine beaches, the facilities specially the snorkeling and scuba diving one on site.
Great service, loaction, price and experiences”
We stayed at the Hilton Seychelles Labriz Resort & Spa and absolutely loved our experience there. Their dive shop offers great service and their dive locations are teeming with underwater life. Their breakfast is out of this world and if we were not diving all the time you would have found us there the whole morning. There are also easy and tough treks to choose from. The beaches and our room offered lots of privacy and their service was extremely good. We were very impressed.
Extortionate Place to Stay”
If you are very rich this place is great. Anyone other than that I would stay somewhere else in the Seychelles. Stayed here before and was very nice but only for 3 nights. After paying £2500 I then spent £1100 for food and drink and with £1700 for flights we could have gone somewhere else with more choice. We stayed on Praslin Island for a few days before and better as more choice and activities. The hotel is nice but paying extra for privacy and people walking past as you sit outside villa. Transfer on the boat cost fortune. Once you on island there is no shops other than boutique shops that cost a lot and if you have forgot things you are stuffed.
Beautiful resort and location, but overpriced”
We stayed as part of our honeymoon which we spent island-hopping on the Seychelles. First of all, the resort is utterly beautiful. The location is lovely, and the villas are spacious and very well-appointed. The swimming pool is gorgeous, so is the beach with lovely added touches such as hammocks. However ... we left feeling rather disappointed. Once you arrive at the resort it feels like daylight robbery - everything is overpriced (even for Seychelles standard) and there is not really much to do - unless you pay a hefty price for it. You arrive by Hilton ferry which is the only way to arrive (unless you want to go the helicopter route) - at a EUR99 pricetag per person which is not justified for a 40-minute boatride with the aircon not working. We were booked B&B and upgraded to HB for one night which was absolutely not worth it - EUR60 per head per night for a decent but decidedly average (I would classify it 4*-level) buffet would have been ok had it included drinks - at least soft drinks. All drinks were extra and honestly, EUR7 for a bottle of water or a soft drink is really pushing it. Only two of the restaurants allow you in wearing flip-flops which is unusual for a beach resort so our dining options were limited by this as well. We booked the resort for the wildlife and hiking but - surprise! - if you want to go hiking you have to do a guided tour which sets you back EUR100+ per person. Utter waste of money. You can hire bikes which are great quality and complimentary ... for an hour. After that they charge you an hourly rate of EUR7 which we paid for a whole day on La Digue. Some of the staff come across quite disinterested and rude. Although that is certainly not true for all, it is rather disappointing for a hotel of this level. All in all, despite the glorious location etc, it left us feeling a bit ripped off and disappointed. We will certainly return to the Seychelles, but not to Silhouette.
Amazing! Can't wait to return...”
We stayed here for 3 night on our honeymoon. Check-in on the main island was comfortable and quick, and the boat ride to the island went smoothly. Upon arriving we were notified that in light of our honeymoon, we've been upgraded to a beach deluxe villa. The room was awesome - very spacious and clean, bathroom is huge and comfortable, and outside a great balcony right at the beach and a private swimming pool. The staff was extremely nice and mostly helpful, especially the room caretakers. Food was excellent - We tried some of the specialty restaurants as well as the main hotel buffet - all were excellent and very good. The swimming pool is a big plus relative to other hotels we've been to - there's a big area so it doesn't feel crowded, and the surrounding are beautiful (both the mountain view and the beach). The island itself is simply beautiful, with a long picturesque beach ending with rock boulders. Our only gripe was the "side" costs - once on the island, everything is expensive. Food, drinks, activities, and everything else - all very expensive relative to other places we've been to, so you should take this into account when ordering. Overall, it was an amazing experience for us, we had a great time and wish we can come again :)
Prefect moments the beach so clear and helpful staff the food was yammy the the villa so nice and big
Family vacation at Hilton Labriz”
Beautiful island and nice resort”
Hilton Seychelles Labriz Resort & Spa”
For a property that smartly boosts "if you are not happy with your stay we will make it right" - the Hilton brand represents a warranty of exquisite customer service - the resort manager is perfectly absent
Buffet has too many flies..lots of Ants in the roo”
nice to stay there”
was good. but food was boring and expensive. staff kinda hopeless, you have to call them all the time ask few times. the ferry to there was terrible, smelled really bad and looks so old. the spa was not so good as we expected...they didnt even do it at beachside.
wonderful hotel and romantic beach ”
Perfect hotel with helpful staff
incredibly expensive, you are literally held priso”
we were on our honeymoon, lucky for us we did a cruse before so we did enjoy the seychelles islands. (silhouette croses-recommended!!) the hilton resort & spa was incredibly expensive, you are literally held prisoner on this island with no reasonable opportunity to wine and dine. the prices are so high in seychelles but you can still find reasonable places to eat, but at this resort you don’t have other options than what the resort offers you. all extra activities like diving, snorkeling, trolling.. ext are very expensive. (we recommend the trolling fishing) we took a beach villa, the beach isn’t comfortable for entering, very law reef it is not possible to swim. be careful, the minute you sit at one of the restaurant a nice waitress will ask you what you will want to drink? do not order without looking at the menu first.. a bottle of water will cost you 144rs, susi (8 pices) 600rs over all staying there cost us as much as we paid for the room for 5 nights!!! and we avoid spending. for everything you buy you will pay extra 15% tax + 10% service. the spa isn’t recommended, you will pay a lot and the massages are not professional. at the end the will charge you for your boat rid although the say it’s included we warmly recommend you to go to ladige island reasonable prices and more beautiful beaches.
Be careful when booking this hotel and choose your flights accordingly, they do not have any private transportation to the main island, only public boat 3 times a day. We had to change our flight tickets as we could not get out of the island in the evening(last boat is 4 pm only!!). Very slow internet, no telephone reception in the rooms - you have to go outside the villa to call. Tasteless food overall, they served us rotten tuna in one of the restaurants and all of this for an extremely high prices! Not worth the money spent at all. I would not recommend this hotel to anyone.
Beautifl Resort, but service very slow”
Hilton Seychelles is located on an isolated island, great for honeymoon and get away holidays. Facility is great, however service is very slow.