Fisherman’s Cove Resort
Smaller resort at the beach on Mahe island
Our Expert’s Highlights
Welcome to the Fishermans Cove Resort is the ideal venue for a discerning customer seeking an unforgettable Seychelles experience. This unique jewel, located on the island’s north coast, offers genuine peace to both leisure and business tourists.
The guest rooms and suites are nestled amidst lush tropical gardens and provide a relaxing atmosphere. The stage is prepared for explorers, couples, and families to visit an inherited paradise in this tropical getaway.
Private balconies or terraces, open-plan bathrooms, air conditioning, free Wi-Fi, and tea and coffee-making amenities are available in the guest rooms and suites. The majority of our rooms have views of the gorgeous ocean and a well-kept garden.
The Fisherman’s Cove Resort offers a daily breakfast buffet as well as buffet and à la carte dining in two restaurants.
A beautiful infinity pool, a natural reef right in front of the resort, and one of the greatest Seychelles sunsets we’ve ever seen rounded out our fantastic stay.
What we like:
- Being close to the ocean
- the comfort and spaciousness of the lovely hotel
- the Creole cuisine in the resort and neighboring local eateries
- as well as diving into the fascinating undersea world
Rooms & Suites
The guest rooms and suites are surrounded by lush tropical gardens and a tranquil atmosphere. The stage is prepared for explorers, couples, and families to visit an inherited paradise in this tropical getaway. The majority of the guest rooms and suites have private balconies, open-plan bathrooms, air conditioning, free Wi-Fi, and tea and coffee making facilities, with the majority of them having a breathtaking ocean view. The deluxe suites have their own balcony with views of the turquoise sea and crystal clear skies. Suites include a separate sitting room for relaxation, as well as soothing and muted color schemes that help guests rest and unwind.
The double rooms Deluxe Ocean View (approx. 45 m2) have the same basic equipment as the double rooms Superior, but are larger, with a sitting area and terrace.
The Junior Suites Ocean View (approx. 45 m2) have the same furnishings as the double rooms Deluxe; terrace with sea view.
The Family Suites Garden View (approx. 60 m2) offers more space and comfort in addition to the basic equipment of the Junior Suites; balcony or terrace with garden view.
The Executive Suites Ocean View (approx. 70 m2) have the same basic equipment as the Family Suites, are larger, and have a sea view. Can also be booked directly on the sea.
Restaurants & Bars
The resort’s main restaurant, “Le Cardinal,” offers a spectacular view of the Indian Ocean and serves breakfast and dinner as part of the half-board package.
The a la carte restaurant “Paris Seychelles” is open for romantic dinners and is positioned by the sea. The “Le Cocoloba” bar serves tropical cocktails and pleasant refreshments.
Activities & Wellness
If you haven’t had a spa day in a while, now is the time. You can also relax at the Story Seychelles Resort’s Sesel Spa, which is 250 meters from Fisherman’s Cove. For a brief moment, you can switch off totally and let your soul dangle.
- Official national category: 4 stars
- Number of floors in the main building: 2, number of accommodation units: 68
- Payment methods: American Express, MasterCard, Visa
- comfortable, charming/with flair
- WLAN, in-room, in public areas
- À-la-carte restaurant: typical local cuisine, fish/seafood, international cuisine
- Buffet restaurant: Mediterranean cuisine, international cuisine
- Pool bar, 1 bar
- Sun terrace, garden area
- 1 pool: sunshades, sunbeds, bath towel
Location & Map
- directly at the sea
- to the centre: Victoria, approx. 5 km
- to the airport: Mahé, approx. 15 km
- to Beau Vallon Beach, approx. 200 m
- central, quiet
- sandy beach
In the Press
Historic Iconic Seychelles Resort Welcomes Back Guests With A Fresh New Look
Fishermans Cove Resort in Seychelles has reopened, adding to STORY Hospitality’s growing collection of hotels and resorts across the world. This historic and iconic named resort will be able to offer guests a one-of-a-kind experience for their island getaway, with a sympathetic subtle refresh of the resort that respects the property’s rich history and distinctive style that carries through the hotel main areas and rooms to a brand new sunset promenade and sun deck area as well as stunning landscaped lush gardens. The resort will reopen its doors to tourists on April 22, 2021, allowing everyone to once again experience this historic Creole resort on Mahé’s main island…
H Hospitality Collection Further Expands Its Footprint With The Addition Of Le Meridien Fisherman’s Cove Seychelles
H Hospitality Collection’s portfolio of lifestyle and wellness options for high-end travelers throughout the world has been strengthened by this latest development. With effect from November 25, 2020, the brand name has been changed to ‘Fisherman’s Cove Resort.’
December 2020, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates – H Hospitality Collection, a division of Abu Dhabi Capital Group LLC based in the United Arab Emirates, has added the 5-star Le Méridien Fisherman’s Cove in Seychelles to its rapidly expanding portfolio. With effect from November 25, 2020, the resort in the center of the Seychelles archipelago will be branded as Fisherman’s Cove Resort. H Hospitality Collection, which also manages The H Resort, Seychelles, will be in charge of the resort’s new identity.
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Discover Mahè Island
The island of Mahé is the largest of Seychelles’ 115 islands, and it is home to Victoria, the world’s tiniest capital. The island paradise’s most prominent commercial and cultural center is Victoria, which is located on the northeast shore.
You will find your Eldorado here, whether you wish to spend your vacation on Mahè hiking, water sports, or golfing in the south of the island. Those interested in culture will appreciate the colonial-era historic structures, particularly in the capital, which are mostly remnants of British and French occupations.
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