Seychelles , Africa
If you’re looking for a secluded island that is completely cut off from the world and offers privacy with a capital P alongside top-class service and luxury at its very best, you should definitely take a closer look at the Fregate Island Private. The 16 exclusive villas on this romantic hideaway in the Seychelles are a haven of exclusive luxury right at the heart of a tropical island paradise. Relax in the infinity pool and watch as one of the island’s around 3000 wild Aldabra giant tortoises makes its way into the sea or take a walk to one of a total of seven beaches, all of which are some of the most stunning beaches in the world. Once you’ve arrived at your chosen beach, you can treat yourself to an ice-cold drink from the coolbox and turn the sign around to read “Beach occupied” before enjoying the soft white sand under your feet and your feet alone. As can be expected of a luxury destination, the island also offers you a personal assistant who is ready and waiting to meet your needs at all times. If you want to host large parties, you can simply hire the Banyan Hill Estate, your own private peninsula with three villas. The romantic Tropical Island Chapel is the ideal venue for weddings or any other occasions you want to celebrate with your loved ones in a special setting.
Managing Director, Falstaff Hotel Collection
Fregate Private Island has its own special rhythm, which is introduced to every guest upon arrival in the form of a complementary yoga session and a welcome ritual in the Rock Spa. The treatments available at the spa are based on the medicinal plants and fruits that grow on the island.
On Fregate Island, you can enjoy your breakfast, lunch or dinner wherever you fancy: be it under the shade of a tree, on the beach or on the terrace of your own Private Pool Villa, you can dine at a perfectly set table in your chosen location.
While you relax on the beach or in your pool, your children aged between 3 and 12 are sure to have the time of their lives on an adventure with the Castaway Kids’ Club. Be it on a treasure hunt, an educational tour with the island’s resident conservationist or a snorkelling trip, boredom is definitely not an option.