The hotel manager Paradis killed riding his bike in La Prairie
1 November 2011 - lexpress.mu
Marc Hausser, general manager of the Hotel Paradise, a Beachcomber hotel group, died instantly in an accident involving a truck to 21:30, Monday, October 31. He worked in Mauritius for a decade.
Marc Hausser, the general manager of the Hotel Paradise, located on the Morne Brabant, died on the evening of Monday, October 31. He drove his motorcycle when he made a serious car accident in La Prairie. A truck would be collided with his motorcycle as bits of information gleaned from the various police departments.
It was around 9:30 p.m. when the emergency number for the police were notified of the tragedy. It was then too late, the Swiss had died on the spot according to the statement of the officers of Bel Ombre. At the age of forty years, Marc Hausser is installed in Mauritius for almost a decade. He married a Mauritian.
At 23 hours, employees on duty at the Beachcomber hotel establishment of the group had not been made aware of the drama, except for a handful of employees missing. The autopsy of Mark Hausser should be conducted on Tuesday morning.
General Manager of Paradise since November 2004, Switzerland was also the Resident Manager of Dinarobin, another hotel belonging to the group of Morne Beachcomber, two years earlier. Previously, he was the Food and Beverages Manager of the Hyatt Regency Paris Charles de Gaulle and the Hyatt Regency in Casablanca, Morocco.
He also served as Director of Business Development in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. In Paradise, he had, under its responsibility, an establishment of 287 rooms. As well as thirteen villas, four restaurants, three bars and a nightclub. Under her rule, the hotel has seen the opening of the Clarins spa and golf academy, among others.