Located in the island nation of Mauritius, Constance Le Prince Maurice, 89 keys luxury property is focusing on the India market, especially the leisure segment. The resort along with its Indian representative, the Nijhawan Group, hosted meetings in Delhi and Mumbai to connect with its partners.
Christophe Plantier, general manager, Constance Le Prince Maurice said, “Our major focus is to tap the India, China and the Russia market which are the key markets today. In Mauritius on an average 30,000-40,000 Indian guests stay in three and four star category hotels. Our resort is a luxury property and we want to tap the leisure and the wedding segment. We also have an Indian chef at our hotel, which solves the challenge of F&B.”
“We spent three days in New Delhi and Mumbai, we have got a good feedback from the partners in Delhi. All our partners know our property very well, we want to promote it to more newer operators,” added Plantier.
The 89 rooms property includes; 64 Junior Suites, 12 Family Suites, 12 Villas and one lavish Princely Suite. The property consists of multiple dining option; L’Archipel restaurant offers Asian and Mauritian cuisine, with a variety of steamed dishes, curries, game and fish. Le Barachois is a floating restaurant, which is reached by a raised wooden boardwalk over the water and is known for its fish dishes. The Asian restaurant in the Laguna Bar offers lunch and dinner selections of Sushi, Sashimi, Maki, and dim-sum.