Swiss group Mövenpick continues to grow its leisure hotel inventory with the takeover of operations of a property in the Indian Ocean. This resort built by a local entrepreneur in the south west of the island of Mauritius runs along a 500meter beach. The sugar cane fields that surround it help create its unique atmosphere specific to the natural preserve of Bel Ombre. In its austral latitudes, the property promises to boost the values of the Mövenpick brand: the sharp sense of Swiss hospitality and the quality of its cuisine. At the heart of luxuriant vegetation, the hotel offers an easygoing yet chic ambiance for clientele on a quest for relaxation. This invitation to relax is reinforced by the expressly calm and soothing design of the spaces. A 1,800 sq.m spa completes this restful offer with its many massage pavilions and humid pavilion (Turkish baths, saunas and whirlpool). But the Mövenpick Resort & Spa Mauritius also makes it possible to have much more active holidays as well, both on land and on the sea. Tennis courts, volleyball, fitness center, water skiing, kayak: every effort is made to stay fit before diving into the blue waters of the lagoon. The hotel also has a miniclub and rooms designed to allow families to share these relaxing moments while preserving the parents’ intimacy. In addition to Leisure clientele, the Mövenpick group’s new property also focuses on the MICE segment. The business center is able to accommodate groups of 10 to 130 thanks to its 10 meeting rooms.
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