SUMMARY – ATTITUDE HOTELS EXPANDS BEYOND MAURITIUS WITH AN ECO-HOTEL IN ZANZIBAR, SHOWCASING COMMITMENT TO SUSTAINABLE TOURISM IN COLLABORATION WITH ASILIA AFRICA. THE PROPERTY, LOCATED ON THE NORTHEASTERN TIP, WILL OFFER 65 ROOMS AFTER RENOVATIONS, CONTRIBUTING TO ATTITUDE HOTELS’ MILESTONE YEAR CELEBRATION.
Attitude Hotels, known for its sustainable approach to tourism, is expanding beyond Mauritius with the opening of a new eco-hotel in Zanzibar.
It has entered into a binding agreement with Asilia Lodges and Camps Ltd, also known as Asilia Africa, to acquire Matemwe Bungalows Zaswi (Z) Ltd in Zanzibar. This agreement includes the ownership and operation of Matemwe Lodge, Matemwe Retreat, and Matemwe Beach House.
The necessary approvals from local authorities are anticipated to be finalized by November 30, 2023.
Situated on the northeastern tip of the island, the property covers 20 acres of land and is conveniently located near the protected Mnemba Atoll, famous for its diving and snorkeling reefs. Attitude Hotels plans to renovate the existing property and transform it into a 65-room hotel.
Commitment to Sustainable Development
Attitude Hotels has been dedicated to sustainable development in Mauritius since 2008. The brand actively promotes and supports the local economy, community, and environment. Over the years, sustainable tourism has become a central focus and integral to the company’s purpose.
Vincent Desvaux de Marigny, Deputy CEO of Attitude Hotels, expressed enthusiasm for the collaboration with Asilia Africa. Both brands share a commitment to benefiting local communities and preserving nature. With eight eco-committed hotels in Mauritius, the hotel looks forward to establishing the brand in Zanzibar. It also aims to foster strong relationships with local stakeholders. This venture aims to build upon the positive momentum initiated by Asilia Africa.
Attitude Hotels is celebrating its 15th anniversary, and to mark this milestone, the company has announced the launch of a new destination. The eco-hotel in Zanzibar signifies the brand’s continued growth and commitment to sustainable tourism.