Rixos Hotels to open multiple Egyptian properties

Projects to span across Egypt including the capital, Cairo

Party attendees celebrated Rixos's expansion in Egypt.
Party attendees celebrated Rixos's expansion in Egypt.

Rixos Hotels has announced multiple properties for Egypt as the Turkish hotelier looks to expand its reach in the country. 

The company will open in Cairo as well as in Sharm El Sheikh with a property consisting of three resorts, one boutique hotel and 80 villas – a total of 2,576 rooms.

Chairman Rixos Hotels, Fettah Tamince said he was thrilled to have the opportunity to expand further “in one of the world’s most recognised and desired travel destinations”.

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“We are still finalising a number of projects and they all promise to offer spectacular services for all of those seeking to explore or revisit Egypt enjoying the Rixos art of hospitality,” he added.

Guests attending an event to celebrate the news were; H.E. Sherif El Bedewy, the Consul General of the Arab Republic of Egypt in Dubai, Yussra and Nelly Karim, two of Egypt’s iconic movie stars and an Egyptian business delegation.

 

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