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Six Senses Zil Pasyon has added a new four-bedroom residence to its guest accommodations.

The new space covers 15,424 square feet and is perched on one of the highest points of Félicité Island in the Seychelles, offering almost 360-degree views of the Indian Ocean, Félicité and surrounding islands.

Each room follows its own style and design, and contains several collectible pieces of furniture, contemporary and classical art, cultural antiques and first edition books. The main living room on the lower level is a gallery in itself, and features works such as Helmut Newton’s classic black and white photography to King Kong-inspired creations.

The living room leads to a terrace with a sun deck, sun beds, outdoor dining table, and a 990 square foot infinity pool. It also features an adjacent game room and avant-garde bar, plus a gourmet kitchen with leading-edge appliances and a private wine cellar.

The lower floor offers three spacious bedrooms, each with its own ensuite bathroom with double vanities, an open-air bathtub and striking island views. A staircase inspired by an old bookstore leads to the upper floor, which is reserved for the master bedroom. Large windows offer panoramic views over the ocean, and a private pool deck boasts a 177-square foot glass-bottom swimming pool that filters light into the living room below.

“With the addition of the Private Four-Bedroom Residence, Six Senses Zil Pasyon enters a new era of boldness-meets-art,” says Mark Leslie, general manager of Six Senses Zil Pasyon. “Surrounded by modern and classic art, our guests will instantly feel like they are living in the heart of a contemporary artist’s studio and time-machine that navigates between past, present and future.”

Starting rates for the Four-Bedroom Residence are at $20,136 and available to book now. For any bookings of three days or more made by October 31, 2020, complimentary return boat transfers to Praslin are included, as well as an in-resident barbecue, a hilltop sunset experience and a return private boat to La Digue once during the stay.

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