Hotels and Marina
The crystal-clear blue waters, the glorious stretch of white coast, illustrious natural attractions, tropical climate and friendly multi-cultural population makes Mauritius the ideal destination for a relaxing and rejuvenating holiday. With a clear objective to transform Mauritius into an unbeatable island holiday destination, tourist arrivals will keep the growth momentum seen in the last 5 years whereby the number of arrivals grew from 965,441 in 2012 to 1,341,860 in 2017.
This growth would be achieved through extensive investment in world class infrastructure and attracting leading hotel operators in Mauritius. For those seeking to invest in this strategic growth sector, Mauritius is a highly rewarding destination with enormous potential.
On the route to Asia, not far from Africa, lies an island of opportunities named Mauritius. Our location makes us one of the best places to do business in the world, as we are at the heart of a golden triangle of opportunities between Asia, the Middle East and Africa.
The Air Corridor connecting Africa and Asia and a dominant investment in advanced technologies has further cemented the country’s status as an empowered regional business and financial hub and a prime destination for MICE activities. This has propelled the existing business hotels to new heights and has opened significant scope for the growth of business tourism.
Undeniably, the development of high-class business hotels is a highly lucrative area with untapped potentials.
Mauritius is touted for its idyllic pristine lagoon, silky white sand and palm lined shores right along the expansive coastline. Mauritius stunning natural marine assets are drawcards to attract marine tourist and to further diversify the tourism offering. The development of luxurious residential units in Mauritius has witnessed a large number of high net worth individuals acquiring yachts and super yachts for their leisure activities. Given these, Mauritius has tremendous potential to become a haven for marine leisure activities especially for boaters who are always seeking new ‘marine playgrounds’ to sail on.