The Seychelles consists of 115 islands scattered about the Indian Ocean. Which shall you pick? Well, the solid choice resides on Silhouette Island, at Hilton Seychelles Labriz Resort & Spa. One of the most precious biodiversity sanctuaries in the Indian Ocean, the island looks as if it's from another time altogether. Glass-smooth granite boulders are strewn around the beach, a lagoon practically glows shocking shades of green and blue, and the ancient (and completely lovable) Giant Tortoise makes a home here.
Five different types of accommodation are available to choose from: Beachfront Villa, Garden Villa, Hillside Pool Villa, Beachfront Pool Villa, and the Presidential Villa. Furnishings in each of the rooms are sleek and modern, and counterbalance the open, airy feel.
After a day of exploring curiously soft beach stones, and the oddly suggestive Coco de mer, guests are encouraged to sample a treatment at the Aquum Spa before retiring to one of five restaurants for a romantic meal. For those in search of the complete "dinner and a show" experience, try Teppanyaki, where the blindingly fast chef takes on dinner with a precision and flair reminiscent of a hyperactive Samurai.