An island country in the Indian Ocean, surrounded entirely by coral reefs – Mauritius is popularly known for its sapphire water, powder white beaches and exclusive luxury resorts. The island is very rich in terms of producing hydroelectricity. The primary source of producing power is two rivers, namely, the Grand River South East and the Black River. Lake Vacoas is one of the chief reservoirs of water.
The island is also home to many unique animals like Samber- a long tailed dark brown deer, Tenrec, Mongoose and a lot more. Mauritius’ waters contain many species of fish with commercial value, including tuna, snapper, and grouper and you can have your fill of fresh seafood or its famous Rum. The Island is taking precaution to save other endangered species. There are mainly two seasons recognized by the island-Winter and summer. During winters the average temperature is around 22° C, whereas summers average at around 27° C. This is also one of the main reasons, as to why half of the country’s area is agricultural land. The island is the major exporter of Sugarcane crop. Tea is also grown for personal consumption.
Construction and manufacturing employ about one-third of the labor force, and the major chunk include Leisure Hotels, Resorts, Lodges etc. Mauritius has been a fantasy Staycation goal, ideal for honeymooners and families who like to spend quality time doing fun activities like parasailing, windsurfing, scuba diving, glass bottom boat trips, PADI diving, Snorkeling, water skiing and much more. All your problems get dissolved once the salty wind and waves hit your feet. Hence the Island attracts a lot of tourists every year and is constantly revolutionizing itself by opening designer five star hotels and resorts & renovating existing ones. The best resorts are the Angsana Balaclava, Hilton, Westin, Anantara, Outrigger & Beachcomber.
Apart from the furniture and furnishings that one renovates every few years, changing or adding a luxury fan, may be a great option to circulate the beach air well, reducing dependency on AC most of the time. The Creole Culture is deep routed with hotels, & they care about protecting the planet and engaging in eco friendly activities.
Luxaire as the brand could definitely meet the Eco friendly & Design requirements of the Island hotel’s new interiors or Renovations post Covid-19, whether its beach front Villas, Lagoon Villas or the Sea view Suites. BLDC fans save between 65-80% energy is used correctly. The reverse function of the Luxaire’s fan would make the fan functional for both the seasons. Each 5 star Hotel and Resort can choose from many types of Fans – Drop Mounted Fans for high Ceilings, Indoor Pedestal fans, Wicker outdoor fans and even Super King sized Fans for large lobbies and lounge areas.
It is rightly written by Mark Twain that ‘Mauritius was made first and then heaven, heaven being copied after Mauritius.’