Bagatelle, La Croisette, Mont Choisy Shopping Promenade: Stand Out More Than Ever Priority!

8 years, 12 months ago - December 09, 2012
Bagatelle, Grand Baie La Croisette Promenade Shopping Mont Choisy and proved to be the great rendezvous shopping, relaxation and gastronomic moment.

Competition is fierce between them in order to attract customers. But how do they stand out from each other? Zoom ...

It's the holiday season! Mauritians travel already stores to make their purchases. Malls, especially those that combine relaxation, shopping and gastronomy, will of course not spared. The Bagatelle Mall of Mauritius and Grand Baie La Croisette, which is required among the largest shopping centers on the island with all the facilities' teeming world. The latest list, Mont Choisy Shopping Promenade, opened Thursday, will not fail to attract large crowds.

Curiosity, want to relax or need ... Any excuse will be good to go. The battle looks stretched between Shoppings Malls. If we find almost the same signs in the three malls, but everyone is trying to differentiate itself from its competitors.

With over 80 brands to date on the side of Grand Baie La Croisette, Corinne Robert, Communications, emphasized that these are his signs which do not exist anywhere else that draws its strength. "We have signs, we are the only ones to represent Mauritius. Like Divino, a store that sells only Italian products or Zoya, representing renowned brands. There is also Jeff de Bruges, master chocolatier, and soon we will Johaness Spa that offers comprehensive care in a space dedicated to the development of beauty more than 168 m2 and many others, "says Corinne Robert.

But there is more than that. She adds that Grand Baie La Croisette combines several aspects to please everyone through the shopping, dining, relaxation and well-being. "We have a 5,000 m2 plaza that lives to the rhythm of the animation. We are like a city with all the facilities we offer. Not to mention that we have a sports center with four tennis courts, a swimming pool, a spa for all budgets and all in modern architecture. People come and take their time, "emphasizes Robert Corinne.

A place to live

The Bagatelle Mall of Mauritius, which has 123 stores, is not in half measures either. It is open for more than a year. Coraline Cortot says it is especially varied and the frame that make it unique.

"The regular feedback from our customers since the opening of Mall shows that the varied and pleasant setting in which shoppers are evolving sources of motivation. This encourages people to come to shop at Bagatelle. The architecture, combining both traditional and modern, fits in the Mauritian landscape and contributes, among others, to make their shopping experience enjoyable and unique, "says Communications Manager for ENL Property.

In addition, she says, the new signs are only added to the existing list. Among the latest to date, there ESPRIT, Button, Aca Joe, Hilton Weiner, Urban, Vertigo, Diamond India and Nespresso coming soon.

Coraline Cortot also adds that services meet all portfolios and Bagatelle make a living. "Bagatelle is a living and encounters unavoidable. Whether for shopping enthusiasts, lovers of good food or entertainment fans. Each month, about half a million people visit Bagatelle, "said Coraline Cortot.

The newcomer, Mont Choisy Shopping Promenade, does not let it go. This is the well-being of visitors is highlighted with its concept of "Life Made Easy." "Our shopping center is meant to be, as its name suggests, a" Shopping Promenade. " Go shopping should not be a source of stress. Thanks to Mont Choisy Promenade Shopping, shopping is a pleasure, not a chore, "highlights Alain Rey, director of mall. He added: "The name 'Promenade' wants to translate this feeling of well-being that we want to offer our customers. '

More than Rs 500 million has been injected into the project, which promises to be the first phase of a major development project of residential and leisure, the 'Domaine de Mont Choisy', which will offer luxury villas and residences an international golf course with clubhouse, beach club and other leisure activities. "With this extensive project, we only strengthen the promise of a lifestyle Mauritian refined, natural and unusual," said Alain Rey.

Grand Baie La Croisette

Located at the corner of Twenty Foot and Folly, Grand Baie La Croisette opened its doors on October 31. The project, signed Sottise Development Ltd., covers an area 50,000 m2 with more than 24 000 m2 shopping center granted. It brings together more than 80 brands, including a hypermarket, 1,200 parking spaces, five theaters and 25 fast food outlets and restaurants.

Among the signs that are present, there is most known as Nando's, Ocean Basket, KFC, Cash & Carry, Hypermarket Intermart, Food Lovers Market, Mr Bricolage, Mugg & Bean, but Thiriet, Quicksilver, Hugo Boss, Mango, Lacoste and André Shoes, among others. Grand Baie La Croisette hosted Sinequanone, which is a French brand that focuses on the chic Parisian style. There are also Wine Connection, in the spirit of Parisian bistro, OBJ, an Italian brand of ready to wear. At leisure, Grand Baie La Croisette five theaters.

For the month of December, Grand Baie La Croisette offers an extensive program with concerts, musicals, choirs singing Christmas photo sessions with Santa events and surprises.

Bagatelle Mall of Mauritius

Located midway between Port Louis and Cybercity, Bagatelle Mall of Mauritius opened its doors in September 2011. With over 120 stores, including two hypermarkets, 2,500 free parking spaces, six cinemas and 25 restaurants and fast food, Bagatelle Mall of Mauritius, a project by ENL Property, in partnership with the South African company Atterburry, account 42,000 m2 in terms of area. The second phase of the project includes an Office Park, residential developments and logistics areas.

Since March 2012, "This Bagatelle" opened its doors. This 3-star hotel allows guests, whether they are businessmen and shoppers, to save on the price of their rooms by paying only what they really need: a room, a good night's sleep, TV with satellite channels, free wifi and a hearty breakfast.

Children at the heart of the campaign in December

Until December 24, Santa Claus will travel the Bagatelle Mall of Mauritius from 18 to 20 hours to distribute candy to children. A workshop for young leaders is also planned. Every Wednesday from 15 h 30 to 18 hours, cooking classes will be offered for 7 to 15 years. A session lasts 2 hours and it will cost Rs 200. Today, the circus invites with an introduction with twenty children. Saturday, December 15, there will be demonstrations of the dance of the moment, Gangnam Style 15 hours.

Mont Choisy Promenade Shopping

Mont Choisy Shopping Promenade, Mont Choisy Sugar Company, is a shopping center of 6,400 m2 of retail mix with a combination of fashion boutiques, sports, health and beauty products. Mont Choisy Shopping Promenade is also at the end of its second phase, nearly 10 food outlets and restaurants for all tastes.

All on an area of  4.8 hectares with a park and landscaped open space with a playground for children. It displays an occupancy rate of over 75% with local and international brands. Among these brands, there Emcar, 361, Nokia, Puma, Luxury Living, Yves Rocher, Sweet Shop, Tutti Frutti, Mademoiselle, New Concept, Fast Key Services, Genna Lounge (Spa and Nails), Genna Health Food, Saffron Grill etc..

Mont Choisy Shopping Promenade is gearing up for the holiday season. An Avant-garde Fashion Show is scheduled this Sunday. From 10 am to 17 30 pm on six different podiums located throughout the mall, models present the extravagant creations of two young designers Mauritius, Anaïs Lionnet and Sanjeet Boolell.

Children have not been forgotten. Monday 31 December, a huge Kids Kingdom will be freely available to them 8 to 19 hours. Giant inflatable castles, cartoon characters, clowns and games are scheduled. Free pony rides will also delight younger during this weekend. Also, the program provided creative workshops Saturday 8 to Monday 10 December. For adults, free access to social networks and the web will be made available in the 'Social Media Centre', until the end of December.


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