Four Seasons Hotel to open in Sharm Al-Sheikh in May
A Four Seasons Resort is scheduled to open in May in Sharm Al-Sheikh, Egypt. The 200-room resort is located at the southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula, overlooking the Red Sea. “The Resort has the feel of an ancient village, yet offers modern diversions such as world-class spa facilities, fine dining and diving ... the perfect complement to a stay at our Hotel in Cairo," said Chairman and CEO, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, Isadore Sharp.
The resort features five ethnic restaurants; secluded beaches and a private pier. The Concierge can arrange expeditions for both beginners and experienced divers and guests can receive ancient Egyptian beauty treatments in one of the 12 private indoor or outdoor treatment rooms.
Events and activities of all descriptions can be accommodated in the 21,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor meeting space. Meeting rooms are equipped with audio-visual equipment for presentations; sound and staging can be arranged for entertainment.
Four Seasons Hotel Cairo opened in May 2000. Four Seasons plans to open hotels in Amman, Riyadh and Tokyo later this year. The company's growing portfolio now includes 55 hotels in 25 countries around the world. — (menareport.com)
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