As much as we love the chilly Fall weather that swept the Dallas Ft. Worth area over the past couple of weeks, some of us need to get away to an enchanting oasis. Have you considered flying from DFW Airport to the Maia Resort in Seychelles?
When it is time to pause your frenetic pace and rediscover senses dulled by the incessant demands of life, there is a place called Maia Luxury Resort & Spa – offering something more than just breathtaking views, unsurpassed service and astonishing accommodation. Maia offers you a place to restore your self.
Stop. Stay. Begin again.
A SPECTACULAR SETTING
When it is time to pause your frenetic pace and rediscover senses dulled by the incessant demands of life, there is a place called Maia Luxury Resort & Spa – offering something more than just breathtaking views, unsurpassed service and astonishing accommodation. Maia offers you a place to restore your self. Stop. Stay. Begin again.
AWARD WINNING GARDENS
30-acres of award winning garden burst with life and colour, delighting senses of sight and scent with beautiful trees and herbs, fruit trees and greenery bearing exotic spices such as cinnamon, and extra-ordinary flowers such as orchids, blossoming hibiscus and heliconias. Our green-fingers paradise is home to over 300 different species of exotic and endemic plants tended to by 18 passionate full-time gardeners and in August 2008, the South African Landscapers Institute gave our gardens their highly prestigious award for ‘Best Landscape and Turf Maintenance in Africa.’
Top of the line, all the way; the service, the attention to detail, the food, the people. We stayed for 5 nights in late October 2014. At first when we arrived they were putting us in a villa on the lowest level of the hill and we had paid for “Panoramic”. I objected immediately and after a little while they moved us up to the top of the hill to a “Signature” villa, #219, which was perhaps even a level higher than what I paid for. From there it was all just like a fairytale. The pictures don’t even do it justice. The view from this room was nothing less than stunning. The colors changed all day, the clouds swirled around the mountains, the rays and dolphins swam below, the sun shined and the birds sang all day. It was like a dream. We paid for the all-inclusive and it included anything we wanted at any timea: Mimosas after massages, barbecue on the beach (well, almost on the beach… it was close enough ;), sushi in the afternoon, scrambled eggs with salmon for breakfast, a bottle of wine with dinner, whatever our hearts desired. If you can afford that option, they definitely deliver. The Indian food was outstanding and we ate that the most. Most dinners we ate at our villa…
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