IHG (InterContinental Hotels Group) recently announced the opening of Holiday Inn Mauritius Airport. The hotel is in close proximity to the new SSR International Airport.
The 140-room hotel has an all-day dining restaurant – ‘1933’ – which has been 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 to business travellers with its meeting space, a boardroom and four meeting rooms. Guests looking to unwind can take advantage of the gym and spa facilities.