The latest edition of its magazine, Beachnews, the Beachcomber hotel group has warned against the industrialisation of Mauritius.
In the edition, Malenn Oodiah, head of communications, talks about two main concerns for 2011. These are the imbalance between supply and demand and price quota for hotels.
“It is very bad for the image of the destination which has a privileged position among tourists. While reinventing Mauritian tourism, everything should be done to continue the island’s success. Shortcomings and loopholes should be identified through a diagnosis to find solutions. Imagination and innovation should be present to seize new opportunities,” writes Oodiah.
On the international level, before the revolution in the Arab countries, there was a double speed recovery strong in emerging markets and low in the Eurozone and the US.
“One of the economic consequences of the Arab situation is the escalating oil prices that had at one point reached its highest level since September 2008,” Oodiah said.
He added, “If petroleum prices continue to rise, it will have a negative impact on international economic growth, air transport and the tourism sector.”
The hotel’s future projects include the integrated tourism project in Marrakech and the Domaine de l’Harmonie preliminary draft.
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