St. Regis Hotel Opens in Cairo, Egypt

(07 Jan 2021)
Cairo has a new luxury hotel.

Rising from a bank of the River Nile at the
north end of the Corniche, the 39-storey St. Regis Cairo is
located in the heart of Egypt’s bustling metropolis.

The hotel features 286 rooms and suites, as well
as 80 apartments. The three expansive Royal Suites define
opulence, with plush interiors featuring a private fitness room,
sauna and floor-to-ceiling windows offering panoramic views of the Nile.


“Egypt has historically been one of our key
markets and strategically significant to our growth in the
region,” said Satya Anand, President for Europe, Middle East and
Africa, Marriott International. “Cairo is a storied destination
that has long mesmerized the global traveler with its incredible
energy offering a vibrant mix of history, culture, tradition and
glamour. The St. Regis Cairo is an exciting addition to our
fast-growing brand portfolio and is set to elevate Cairo’s luxury
hospitality landscape with its remarkable design, uncompromising
service, and exceptional culinary venues.”

Facilities at The St. Regis Cairo include a
variety of F&B outlets, an gym and both indoor and outdoor
swimming pools, extensive event space including a 990 sqm Grand
Ballroom, as well as an Iridium Spa with sauna, steam, ice room,
shock shower, adventure shower, vitality pool and much more.

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