Where to find us

The Kempinski Seychelles Resort is perfectly situated a mere 30 minutes from the international airport, on the southwest coast Mahé, the largest island in the Seychelles. It's an idyllic base from which to explore the varied attractions that the Islands have to offer; from diving in the coral gardens to sightseeing in the capital city, Victoria.


Kempinski Seychelles Resort Baie Lazare


[email protected]


+248 438 6666

Check-in and check-out Time:

Check-in : 15:00 
Check-out : 12:00

Arrival Information:

Situated on the exclusive south coast of the island of Mahé, we are easily reached by land or by air.
A car transfer from the Seychelles International Airport takes approximately 35 minutes and costs
around Euros 80. The on-site helipad of the resort is ideal for helicopter transfers.

Rental cars can be parked at the hotel’s parking, free of charge.

If you require an early arrival or late departure, please contact our reception team by calling +248 438 6666. This service is subject to availability and additional costs may apply

Easy Accessibility:

Kempinski Seychelles Resort Baie Lazare is situated on the south coast of Mahé Island, in the Baie Lazare district.

From Victoria City: 25 km -  40 mininutes
From Seychelles International Airport: 18.5 km - 35 minutes
From Beau Vallon Village: 29.5 km - 45 minutes

Airport Transfers:

If you would like to pre-book a transfer, our reservations team will be pleased to assist you. Kindly send your requirements and your flight details to [email protected]. Both standard and luxury taxi options are available.

You may also secure the services of a regular taxi to and from the airport at approximately Euros 80 per car, per trip. Taxis are conveniently located at the departures gate at the airport. Please note, that the hotel takes no liability for taxis.

Car Hire:

For your convenience, a car hire desk is available in the lobby.

Please contact [email protected] for more information.


From Seychelles International Airport

When exiting the Seychelles International Airport turn left onto East Coast Road. 
Follow the road until Anse Royal and turn right at the church onto Les Canelles Road. 
Continue until the T-junction and turn left onto West Coast Road. 
Follow this road until you see the sign of Kempinski Seychelles Resort and turn right. 
You will find the hotel entrance to the left.

Follow the orange route on our printable island map.

Please note that the roads on Mahé Island are hilly and windy.

GPS - Coordinates:

Latitude: -4.755815
Longitude: 55.47572100000002

S: 4° 45' 20.934''
E: 55° 28' 32.595''

*Transport prices are correct at time of publishing and are subject to change and fluctuating exchange rates

**Timing may vary depending on the time of day or due to traffic conditions.


The hassle and inconvenience of visa applications can be stressful. Fortunately, travellers do not require a visa to enter the Seychelles. However a valid Travel Authorisation is required on arrival. Read more about the Seychelles’ entry requirements here. 


With more and more international airlines flying to the Seychelles, it is easier than ever to reach this remote island. Connections between the inner islands by ferry and plane are easily arranged, allowing for unique island-hopping experiences that you’re unlikely to experience elsewhere in the world. While other Indian Ocean destinations, such as the Maldives and Mauritius, are certainly very beautiful, they do not offer the opportunity to easily visit other islands; each with its own character, culture and attractions.

Endless Summer:

The Seychelles’ tropical climate makes it a perfect year-round destination for sun worshipers and beach lovers. The temperature rarely drops below 24°C / 75.2°F or rises above 32°C / 89.6°F. The Seychelles does not have any conventional seasons; however, the weather does vary depending on the prevailing trade winds.


The Seychelles is politically stable and safe for tourists to visit. The Seychelles has one of the lowest crime rates in Africa, and violent crimes are extremely rare. However, opportunistic misdemeanours, such as bag snatching and petty theft occasionally occur and travelers are advised to take the usual precautions with their personal possessions when exploring outside of the resort. Despite this, the Seychelles is considered safe for all tourists, including honeymooners, families and solo travelers.