Simply breathtaking. The only way to describe the new Six Senses Zil Pasyon on Felicite Island. From the moment you arrive, you know you’re somewhere special as the giant granite monoliths surround this idyllic island. The exclusivity of the Six Senses Zil Pasyon is what will draw you to it’s shores, and with a team ready to look after your halal travel experiences, it’s a difficult place to say goodbye to.
The villas are delivered in four versions from the Hideaway to the Pasyon Pool Villa. All villas are incredibly secluded, come with your own private pool, generously sized deck and a bathroom with enough room for a swinging seat and a bathtub with a view. The villas are subtly fitted with mod-cons from bluetooth speakers to high tech lavatories bringing both rustic luxury and modernity together beautifully.
Don’t forget your villa comes with your signature GEM (guest experience manager) who will look after your stay from start to end. When it comes to dining, the resort offers an incredible selection of halal experiences from Sushi evenings and Wagyu Beef at the Island Cafe to traditional Creole food at the Ocean Kitchen.
The surrounding beauty of Felicite is what sets this resort apart, with turquoise blue lagoons and a short kayak to the gorgeous UNESCO Coco Island. Snorkelling is accessible from the shore around the resort and you’ll have the chance to spot a plethora of marine life, sea turtles and even reef sharks. The spa at the Six Senses is built into the huge granite boulders and well worth spending an afternoon or two (or three) being pampered from head to toe.
Bespoke experiences to The Six Senses Zil Pasyon start from £4199 per person including flights with Qatar Airways, five nights in a Hideaway Pool Villa, daily breakfast and dinner and return speedboat transfers. The example trip also includes three nights at the Intercontinental Doha the City including breakfast and transfers. Private helicopter transfers from Mahe airport to the Six Senses are available at a supplement of £600 per person.