Holiday Inn Opens in Mauritius

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InterContinental Hotels Group has opened the first Holiday Inn hotel in Mauritius.

The 140-room Holiday Inn Mauritius Airport, on the islands picturesque south east coast, is just 700 metres from the new SSR International Airport, five minutes from the nearest beach, and 45 kilometres from the capital, Port Louis.

The names of the hotels food and beverage outlets pay tribute to the proximity to the countrys airport and the history of air trips and travel in Mauritius. Its all-day dining restaurant, 1933, is named after the year the first international flight was made from the island and Piper Navajo, its bar lounge, is named after the first type of plane used to link Mauritius island to Rodrigues island in 1972.

In addition to leisure guests, Holiday Inn Mauritius Airport caters for Mauritius growing business travel community with 450sqm of meeting space, including a boardroom and four meeting rooms with garden break-out access.

Guests looking to unwind after a long day will be able to enjoy the propertys gym and spa facilities.

Views of the gardens can be enjoyed from the hotels large terraces, including one adjoining Piper Navajo, and a north-west facing pool terrace with a stepped, infinity pool.

Jean-Eric Sirop, General Manager, Holiday Inn Mauritius Airport, said, The combination of the building and grounds unique character, with its prime location close to both the airport and Mauritius beautiful beaches, will make this a popular hotel for business and leisure guests.

The hotel is IHGs second hotel in Mauritius, joining InterContinental Resort Mauritius at the Bay of Balaclava.

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