A few hotels across the world have been described as being 7-star hotels. This includes the famous Burj Al Arab of Dubai, and the Town House Galleria in Milan, Italy. Soon, Mauritius will be added to the list, according to the announcement made by the Minister of Finance, Vishnu Lutchmeenaraidoo. The 7-star project in our island will be set up at Pointe-des-Lascars, in constituency 7.
The first seven-star hotel in Mauritius will be constructed at Pointe-des-Lascars, as announced by the Minister of Finance, Vishnu Lutchmeenaraidoo, at Universal College at Rivière-du-Rempart, yesterday, 3rd of February, during a meeting with the active political members of constituency Piton−Rivière-du-Rempart.
A number of other personalities had attended the event, including the Attorney General Ravi Yerrigadoo, deputee Ravi Rutnah, as well as the regional president of the MSM, Anil Dhunnny, who has also been nominated the president of the Aapravasi Ghat Trust Fund, and the councillor at the Prime Minister’s office, Prakash Maunthrooa.
Vishnu Lutchmeenaraidoo revealed that the plot of land to accommodate for the 7-star hotel has already been identified at Pointe-des-Lascars. He mentioned that the promoter of the project is from Dubai.
The hotel which will be the first of its kind in Mauritius is expected to generate hundreds of jobs both directly and indirectly.
The project will not be the only one in constituency No. 7. Additionally, an office will soon be set up to hold such meetings. A one-stop shop where public service offices, like those of the Central Water Authority, Central Electricity Board, and the Mauritius Post Service will be grouped, will also be built.