CONSTANCE Hospitality Management, known as a pioneer of prestige hotels in the Indian Ocean, with its luxury hotel brand Constance Hotels & Resorts, has announced the opening of its first hotel under its new brand C Resorts in December 2019. Positioned on the upper-up scale segment, the sister brand of Constance Hotels & Resorts combines comfort and style, all driven by an upmarket and upbeat local energy.
C Resorts is aimed at passionate travellers who are looking for memorable life experiences, discoveries and encounters in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere guaranteeing comfort and quality.
Tired and stressed in their daily lives, while on holiday they are looking for a little liberation – as well as a touch of adventure – to rediscover their inner child.
Jean Jacques Vallet, CEO of the hotel group, says: “C Resorts will share the same core values of excellence and innovation as Constance Hotels & Resorts, while expressing its own personality through a creative, fun and authentic atmosphere. We want it to be somewhere guests can rediscover the free spirit of their childhood and disconnect from the daily grind of adult life.”
With C Resorts, the group plans to expand within the Indian Ocean and internationally, with launches in Africa and Southeast Asia over the next five years.
C Resorts has two further properties under development in Reunion Island and Cambodia. The luxury resorts are focused on fun and adventurousness, aiming to target a specific audience; those that want quality without being restricted in terms of boundaries and the traditions of quiet luxury. The all-inclusive concept encourages fun over formality, where guests can let go of their everyday life, and indulge of the joy of play.
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