Nestled in a little corner of paradise in Melville Bay in the North of the island, the sketch of Koki Bay tickles our curiosity. Between the lagoon that reveals its shades of blue and sandy beaches, and a very authentic Mauritian spirit, Koki Bay has what it takes to make prospective customers dream. An investment project that wants to rhyme luxury holiday in the sun and financial benefits… now that’s really interesting. Located in the charming fishermen’s village of Melville, in Grand Gaube, Koki Bay will offer Mauritian authenticity mixed with unparalleled luxury. Each waterfront unit will have an exceptional view on the horizon to the Coin de Mire, Île d’Ambre, Île Plate and Île Ronde.
The project, proposed by promoter Bhooshan Ramloll and whose architect is none other than Jean Marc Eynaud – winner of the International Hotel & Property Awards 2014 – will be designed with the utmost respect for nature without sacrificing comfort and high-end services, and the promise of interior design by Gigi Lincoln combining authenticity and “Tropical Chic”. Only 15% of the site will be used for construction. The development will have, among others, a restaurant-lounge bar, a beach bar, a spa, a kids’ club and a boat-house.