The group is now present in three of the four main Indian Ocean destination, with the latest property bringing the portfolio to seven hotels in operation and under development.
Radisson Hotel Group has identified the Indian Ocean as a key market in its African development strategy and plans to double its hotel and resort portfolio in the region by 2022.
Following record tourist figures reported at the end of 2016, Reunion counted a total of more than 550,000 visitors in 2017. With 11 per cent more tourists than in 2016, this double-digit increase has delighted the destination’s tourism authority as well as local stakeholders across the sector.
The Reunion Island Tourism Board is giving its Ultimate Island branding a facelift. After more than a year of coexistence between the destination’s old visual identity and the pictograms used in the Ultimate Experience signature, the tourist arm of the Reunion Region has chosen the beginning of 2018 to breathe new life into its communications.
This year’s World Travel Market, Africa, taking place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre, will bring some of the most prominent exhibitors and professionals within the hospitality, travel and tourism industry together, and Reunion Island Tourism Board is set to take centre stage.
Malaysia has urged caution as speculation grows debris washed up on the Indian Ocean island of Reunion comes from missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. A two-metre long piece of wreckage was found on Wednesday on the island, off the coast of Madagascar.
Vanilla Island member Reunion Island continues a market offensive in key European markets with the aim to capture a greater share of travelers coming to the French Indian Ocean island, which is located between Madagascar and Mauritius.
As part of its accession to the Club Overseas Trump France, Reunion Island is conducting a “street event” that is part of a multimedia campaign in Norway and Sweden.
A new eco-tourism tour is being offered by Reunion Island along with the already rich leisure activities of nature on offer on the west side of the island. The purpose of this day tour is to discover (or rediscover) in an educational way the benefits of the island’s coral reef.