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Sun Resorts acquires Anahita Hotel Mauritius

Sun Resorts has acquired full ownership in Anahita Hotel Limited and has strengthened its strategic
partnership with the Four Seasons Group.

Sun Resorts have announced the successful acquisition of Kingdom 5-KR-182, the owner of 50% of the
share capital of Anahita Hotel Limited, (Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita), for 40 million US
dollars.

Following the previous acquisition of the 50% share capital held by Alteo Group a few months ago, Sun
Resorts now owns, directly and indirectly, 100% of the Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita which
will continue to be managed by the Four Seasons Group over the long term.

With this transaction, Sun Resorts is strengthening its strategic partnership with the Four Seasons
Group, the international five-star luxury hotel management company, with 92 hotels amongst the top
luxury hotels in 38 countries, of which some of the world’s best luxury establishments.

Sun Resorts thereby reaffirms its commitment to the development strategy initiated in 2014, which
includes partnering with leading hotel groups while further expanding its own hotel portfolio.

“The acquisition of this hotel which has been achieving exceptional results despite the difficult
conditions prevailing in the Mauritian hotel industry these past years, not only illustrates the ambition
that we have for Sun Resorts, it also provides us with very strong strategic assets. It will also positively
impact our Group’s profitability while contributing to our future growth.” said Philippe Cassis, Chief
Executive Officer of Sun Resorts.

About Sun Resorts

Sun Resorts is one of the leading hotel and leisure groups in the Indian Ocean with 6 owned and
managed properties in Mauritius and 2 in the Maldives with a total of 3,500 employees. Sun Resorts has
sales offices in Paris and London, and representative offices in Madrid, Milan, Moscow, Shanghai, Beijing
and Mumbai. Sun Resorts also owns 2 tour operators: World Leisure Holidays in South Africa, promoting
Sun Resorts’ hotels in exclusivity in this market, and Solea Vacances, a French tour operator positioning
as a destination specialist of the Indian Ocean and the Persian Gulf. Sun Resorts has entered in
partnership with international groups Four Seasons and Shangri-La. In the second quarter 2015, the
latter took over the management of its 5* Mauritian luxury hotel Le Touessrok.
Sun Resorts is a 100% Mauritian company. Listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius since January
1993, it has some 12,000 shareholders.