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Two new luxury hotels in the south of Mauritius




Two new luxury hotels in the south of Mauritius
The park hotel of Mauritius will be enriched by two new luxury properties soon built in the south of the island.
 
Currimjee the Mauritian group, one of the pillars of the economy of Mauritius has decided to build two luxury hotels and business.
 
A first hotel thus will see the day at Chaland with construction work that will be started from June to an opening customer programmed end of 2014.
 
With 224 rooms, two swimming pools, an spa and three restaurants among others, Chaland Resort Hotel will require a budget of 1.6 billion rupees (41 million euro) to complete its construction and will be managed by a Thai hotel chain.
 
This construction will create a labor pool of 300 positions to be filled within the luxury hotel and hopes to attract with its Star - Spangled Banner tourist customers from Europe and Asia.
 
In addition to this hotel in the south of Mauritius, another structure for the hotel business will be built 400 meters from the Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport of Plaisance.
 
The two new hotels should be delivered in the same period, end of 2014.
 
For a senior of the group Currimjee, Jimmy Lan, "we are not discouraged by the decline in tourist arrivals from Europe. Mauritius remains an attractive destination for European tourists. They continue to come", he emphasized to lexpress.mu site.



Fabrice François


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