Emirates supports Seychelles resort

Posted in Business and Economy, Foreign investments at 8:36 pm by Robert Klien

On May 1, 2007, it was announced that Emirates Hotels & Resorts is investing $253 million in a project in the Seychelles.

The Emirates Cap Ternay Resort & Spa will be located on Mahe island. It will consist of a main and a private resort. The main resort will have 186 rooms and 230 semi-detached complexes, while the private resort will contain 15 water bungalows, 40 2-bedroom villas and a presidential suite. Also, there will be a Timeless Spa.

The resort is expected to open in 2010.

Emirates is also considering locations for similar hotel resorts in India, Sri Lanka and east Africa to build, expanding its network of destinations stretching from Sydney to New York.

Emirates Hotels & Resorts is the new premium hospitality division of the Emirates Group, the Dubai government-owned and Dubai-based group. Emirates Hotels & Resorts offers rich experience for world travellers. The company’s three key priorities are service, luxury and location.

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