Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts will build two new luxury hotels in Egypt. They will also construct residences on the existing Sharm El Sheikh property.
The opening will take place at Cairo’s New Administrative Capital and Luxor, Egypt’s southernmost city. Egypt is a key destination in Four Seasons history, according to Bart Carnahan, president of Global Business Development and Portfolio Management.
It represented their brand’s 22nd year in the Middle East. The company’s sustained growth demonstrates its dedication to the region. The location is extremely critical for the growth of premium companies. Hotel Four Seasons and Private Residences Madinaty, Cairo’s next capital, is set to open in 2025. The Madinaty development will be located on 185 hectares of parks.
There will be 346 rooms and suites in the house. There will be 80 inhabitants and 107 villas. The homes will be modern in style, with floor-to-ceiling windows, rooftop gardens, limestone finishes, and private pools.
The Four Seasons Hotel Luxor will most likely open around 2025. The hotel will offer 200 rooms and suites, as well as unique views of the Nile River, the Valley of the Kings, and the Valley of the Queens.
The property will have 25 villas and 44 cottages. The size will be between 195 and 240 square meters. A two-bedroom ensuite chalet, four-bedroom villas, and two custom-designed five-bedroom villas will be available. A beachfront restaurant, fitness facility, freestanding multi-sport facilities, and tennis courts will be available to guests and residents. A soaring ceiling and outdoor event grass area will be available on the corporate side.
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