VLH (Veranda Leisure Hospitality), subsidiary of Rogers Group, acquires Hotel Tamarin.

François Eynaud, CEO of VLH Ltd Management, Cyril Michel and Véronique Chung owners of the Hotel Tamarin, have just formalized the acquisition of the 3-star hotel by VLH Management LTD, which is located opposite the mythical beach of Tamarin.

Through this operation, the VLH group expands its portfolio of small and medium size hotels under the Veranda Resorts brand and establishes itself for the first time on the west coast of Mauritius, at the heart of the village of Tamarin. “It is a great satisfaction for us to welcome the team of Hotel Tamarin in our Veranda family and to accompany them step by step to reach the standards of our brand,” says Francois Eynaud. A team from VLH management has already joined the Hotel Tamarin, led by Tiram Luximon, who has over 40 years of experience in catering, including more than 20 years in training.

Veranda Resorts reinforces and keeps its brand promise, which is to make guests live new and memorable experiences “Deep into Mauritius”.

Besides being a surfing spot praised worldwide, Tamarin Bay is a dream location to practice a multitude of water sports like Stand Up Paddle along the nearby river or boat trips at sunrise to watch dolphins. More importantly, Hotel Tamarin by Veranda Resorts is deeply rooted in the vibrant village life, where the community reflects its surroundings as they create authentic experiences within them. It is also a popular gathering place for music lovers who regularly come together to enjoy some Jazz by talented local artists.

Sundowner at Tamarin


Geographic-wise, Hotel Tamarin by Veranda Resorts is a great starting point to explore the West and the South of Mauritius: Casela, Les Salines, the village of Chamarel, the gorges of Black River, the legendary Le Morne Mountain, the Macondé scenic road and the Domaine de Bel Ombre.

“The challenges lie ahead but it is above all a beautiful adventure that begins for all of us in the VLH group” concludes François Eynaud.