Six Senses Zil Pasyon on Félicité Island

Category Ocean Investment Properties

Just six months since its opening, Six Senses Zil Pasyon on Félicité Island, Seychelles, has played host to many, showcasing the unique and extraordinary nature of the development; “one of the top new hotels to look out for in 2017” and “the hippest kid on the Seychelles block” are just some of the terms that CNN Business Traveller and The Telegraph UK respectively, have ascribed to Zil Pasyon.
Travel + Style opines: “The newest Six Senses resort wowed us with its sophisticated design and relaxed atmosphere, with the fantastic cuisine, and the natural splendour of Félicité Island, of which Zil Pasyon is the sole occupant. As private island resorts go, this one steals the podium for the sheer beauty of the experience.”

Much has been achieved in these past six months, supported by a US$115 million investment by the developer. We are delighted to announce the recent opening of a dramatic, cliff-top Six Senses Spa, which provides a truly exceptional experience. Of the seventeen announced residences, three have already been sold and the first residence will soon be delivered to its owners. Two more residences are now finishing completion and will be furnished in the Six Senses style, to allow for rentals and off-the-shelf sales for those desiring their dream homes immediately. Recently, we received a reservation for a large sunrise plot and have confirmation of serious interest for two other sunset plots.
There are, therefore, only fourteen residences on offer on the entire island of 268 hectares. 

The undeniable appeal of Zil Pasyon Residences has driven our progress and further reinforces that this is a one-of-a-kind development:
The Minister of Tourism has made it clear in a recent press conference that there will be no more licensing of hotel developments above 24 rooms for the foreseeable future. Supply of properties and branded resort real estate, for those who desire Seychelles properties, will be restricted for years to come. Rental and resale value should forecast to be healthy.
In addition to the supply restrictions, this is arguably one of the best locations in the inner granitic Seychelles with views to die for. There are no other future developments planned around this prime spot. 
First, a generous 70/30 split, which favours the residence owner is unprecedented. Second, of the fourteen residences on offer, it is likely that not all of the owners will rent. Third, the resort inventory stops at two bedrooms. Which means if families want to experience the best of Seychelles, they will have to rent residences. And if few residences are on the rental pool, whomever owns this should benefit from good yields. 

Privacy and safety attract prospects to this development. In addition, the fiscal benefits associated with Seychelles provide significant incentive to investors; a benign tax environment currently with no capital gains tax, no inheritance tax and income tax of just 15%. Residency is available to all owners, with up to six co-owners, or owner and dependents. Double taxation agreements also exist between certain countries. 

It’s often hard to fully explain in words what sets this project apart; seeing is believing. As Vogue Paris beautifully said, “If ever proof were needed that luxury and comfort can go hand-in-hand with the surrounding ecosystem, the newly opened Six Senses Zil Pasyon in the Seychelles is it.” 
As we wrote our registered agents last year, as part of our opening incentives, we are pleased to offer an additional one percent commission on top of your existing rate, valid until the end of April 2017. So don’t hesitate, while the weather is ideal, to put this in your clients’ and friends’ minds.
There are also still a few slots left to try the experience for yourselves - a few complementary nights on us. The booking request must be received before 30th of April. Our agents who have already come are blown away by the views, the service, and the exclusivity.  A true product with integrity and class for your deserving clients.


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