World’s newest luxury hotel opening in Seychelles will give you a view of the wealth of the wealthy

Inside the Seychelles Hotel Privilege. Most of us are familiar with the luxury and opulence of ultra-private islands. But one luxury hotel is clearly sticking to its roots as far as flaunting it’s status…

World’s newest luxury hotel opening in Seychelles will give you a view of the wealth of the wealthy

Inside the Seychelles Hotel Privilege.

Most of us are familiar with the luxury and opulence of ultra-private islands. But one luxury hotel is clearly sticking to its roots as far as flaunting it’s status goes. An online gallery featuring photos from the Seychelles Hotel Privilege in the island nation of the same name opens the door to a vast floor of exclusively-accessed rooms.

Opening in the New Year, the hotel will include 155 luxurious suites and 10 15-room villas with spectacular views over the Indian Ocean. It will be the world’s seventh largest private island resort.

Reclusive in any normal sense, the Seychelles has been known in the past for its luxury hotels. Most famously, the Mirage, a 506-room all-inclusive resort, opened on Mahe, the island’s capital, in 1994. We didn’t know there were other islands like it around the world, but then again, they wouldn’t: the new Seychelles Hotel Privilege will feature only 21 of its own luxurious guest villas, thanks to an arrangement with Giraffe Manor to offer traditional, all-inclusive four-person safari tents for guests on the 15 private islands located off the coast of the Seychelles’ archipelago of 115 islands.

Looking at the photo gallery, it’s clear that the hotel will be giving the public a view up close to the wealth of the wealthy. But we also know that even when the curtains are drawn there will be a definite luxury scent, thanks to furnishings made of antelope and horse hides.

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The entire Seychelles is a hotspot for luxury travel these days: the island nation is worth a week for flights alone — especially to one of the four private islands that make up the resort. As for those of us not on the island, we’d see the Atlantic for our breath.

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