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The Best Muslim-Friendly Hotels in Seychelles with Halal Food

When I say Muslim-friendly hotels in Seychelles you probably don’t think it’s possible, especially since this tiny archipelago of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean seems so far away.

But you will be so wrong to assume that there are not many halal options in Seychelles for Muslim travellers. Quite the opposite.

I consider Seychelles one of the best exotic Halal Holiday destinations for honeymoons and families.

Halal food in seychelles

I went during Eid there and it was a dream of mine due to a song I kept listening to when I was younger in Greece. It was a silly song but stuck with me I guess.

When I was looking for hotels that offer halal food in Seychelles I have to say it wasn’t difficult and because this is a question I get asked all the time I thought I will do the hard work for you guys.

We sat down and called all 10 of them to confirm their halal status.

Here is my list of 10 amazing Muslim-friendly hotels that serve halal food in Seychelles and are perfect for a halal honeymoon in Seychelles.

Four Seasons Resort Seychelles

Muslim friendly hotels in Seychelles

I had the privilege of staying in this property and what can I say the view, service and beach were phenomenal.

Tucked away in a green lush forest on its own this resort is everything you can dream of.

You can read my review of the Four Seasons Resort Seychelles here

This has to be one of the best experiences for a halal-friendly honeymoon in Seychelles and I am sure you won’t regret it

Halal Food in the Four Seasons Resort Seychelles: Yes, everything is halal as imported from Dubai

Prices for a one-bedroom villa with a private pool start from £700 per night.

The H Resort Seychelles

Muslim friendly hotels in seychelles

Set on one of the best public beaches in Seychelles, Beau Vallon beach, it is a perfect place to relax, enjoy some water sports, and spend the day by the beach.

If you are a Muslim traveller then they offer 3 villas with some of the best privacy features I have seen.  

They have screen protection which can be removed if you wish to see the sea but can be added for you to swim in privacy. Perfect.

Only 10 minutes from the capital of Victoria it is easy to visit the mosque on Mahe island and pray with locals.

You can read my review of the hotel here.

Halal Food in the H resort Seychelles:  Yes, they offer halal food.

Prices for the resorts standard rooms start from £200 per night.

Banyan Tree Seychelles

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One property I wanted to visit and I have heard great things about is the Banyan Tree Seychelles. Sadly I didn’t have enough time.

The resort is nestled in the south-western coastline of Mahé island, a living museum of natural history, and home to some of the rarest species of flora and fauna on earth.

It features Seychellois architecture with inspirations from French and English colonial style, creating a casual yet elegant atmosphere.

The resort does offer halal-friendly villas with privacy for those who want to enjoy a swim in their private pool.

Halal Food in Banyan Tree Seychelles: Yes they offer halal with the exception of some products from their steakhouse menu.

Prices for their rooms start from £750 per night

Le Meridien Fisherman’s Cove

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Now part of the Marriott brand the Le Meridien Fisherman’s Cove is a great option if you are after luxury and can use points for it.

The resort overlooks Beau Vallon and it is a short distance from the H resort located on the same beach.

They offer diving lessons at the Diving Centre, private villas where you can relax and standard rooms with beautiful beach views.

Halal Food at Le Meridien Fisherman’s Cove: Yes, they offer halal food imported from Dubai.

Prices for the resort start from £200 per night.

Six Senses Zil Pasyon Seychelles

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Six Senses Zil Pasyon is located on Félicité, a private island where you can find the famous massive granite rocks. It is nestled among the tropical jungle creating stunning scenery and offering great privacy.

Due to the natural habitat where you can enjoy trekking, diving and other water sports activities.

All their villas offer private pools that are great for a halal honeymoon in Seychelles.

Halal Food in Six Senses Zil Pasyon: Yes, they offer halal food and have all available certifications.

Prices at the resort start from £800 per night this is excluding transport to the island.

Enchanted Island Resort Seychelles

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The resort is located in the Sainte Anne National Marine Park on Round island in Seychelles.

It offers tropical views, an opportunity for great snorkelling with colours fishes, all set with private pools and stunning views.

Halal food in the Enchanted Island Resort Seychelles: Yes, halal food is available.

Prices for private villas with their own swimming pool cost around £500 per night which makes them one of the best value options.

Kempinski Seychelles Resort

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The resort is located on Mahe island approximately 40 minutes from the airport. It offers beautiful beaches, privacy and also water sports activities.

They offer standard rooms as well as private villas and the resort is situated on its own private beach.

Halal food in Kempinski Seychelles Resort: Yes, halal food is available with all certifications.

Prices for the resort start from £250 per night.

MAIA Luxury Resort Seychelles

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If you are looking for pure luxury with a budget to match, your halal honeymoon or family holiday, then the MAIA Luxury Resort is the place for you.

The resort is located on the west coast of Mahé, set in thirty acres of forest-garden fringed on its own peninsula with only thirty villas.

Each villa has its own dedicated butler that is ready to make your stay as comfortable as possible.

All stays there are all-inclusive but it is definitely not the mass version but rather a private dining experience for each guest.

Halal food in Maia Resort Seychelles: Yes, they offer halal food as it is imported from Dubai.

Prices for their villas start from £1,800 per night.

Hilton Seychelles Labriz Resort & Spa

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The resort is located on Silhouette island about 20 km northwest of Mahé, Silhouette was once home to pirates and plantations.

Now it has a huge diversity of flora and fauna, from the incense tree to 125-year old giant tortoises. Offering beauty and peaceful experiences with plenty of trekking opportunities.

This resort is one of the best Hiltons in Seychelles and it can be great if you can use your loyalty points for your stay there.

Gold and Diamond members receive free breakfast and small canapes in the evening.

Halal food in Hilton Labriz Resort and Spa: Yes, they offer halal food

Prices per night for their standard villas without pools start from £300.

As you can see there are many halal hotels in Seychelles, that most often offer the privacy, the food and the luxury aspect of every halal honeymoon.

This was truly a stunning island that has a rich history, tropical views and offers great Muslim-friendly hotels in Seychelles.

You can find Halal food in Mahe and the islands in every hotel, in small shops around Victoria, which is also the smallest capital in the African continent and enjoy the welcoming hospitality of the locals.

The local mosque in Victoria was definitely worth visiting and we enjoyed speaking with many of the local Muslims there who were more than happy to share their stories.

I would highly recommend considering Seychelles as a Muslim friendly destination for your next halal holiday.

Prices for flights from Europe to Seychelles can be had for as little as £350 return. I usually check Skyscanner and their yearly calendar to find the cheapest flights.

Halal resorts in Seychelles with Halal Food

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sheham

Sunday 6th of November 2022

Hi ..I am planning to visit Seychelle and was looking out for Islamic friendly hotels and I found your article very useful.... Thank you Can you please recommend a friendly driver with a car or a tour company who could help us with airport transfer and tour the Island

Muslim Travel Girl

Sunday 6th of November 2022

I would recommend you rent a day as it will be cheaper. Also for pick up ask your hotel will be the best option. I don't have any details sadly as we rented a car for 2 days.