Citymax Hotel Aswan opens in Egypt

The four-star, 79-key hotel is located in Kornish Al Nile and marks the operator's overseas debut

Citymax Hotel Aswan, Egypt.
Citymax Hotel Aswan, Egypt.

Citymax Hotels made its debut in the historic city of Aswan in Egypt with the soft opening of Citymax Hotel Aswan, the group's first hotel to operate outside of the UAE. Owned by Egypt Holland for Touristic Investments, the four-star, 79-key hotel is located in Kornish Al Nile in close proximity to Aswan’s key tourist attractions. 

Citymax Hotels COO Russel Sharpe said: “It is exciting to open our first hotel outside the UAE and underpins our commitment to grow our portfolio in the region. Aswan is a prominent city in Egypt and has tremendous potential for growth. We are delighted to enter the destination at this strategic time. Citymax Hotel Aswan is a beautiful property, conveniently located for both business and leisure travellers. Designed for today’s travellers, it offers its guests a comfortable and affordable stay with all the little extras that make a difference – be it the free connectivity, extra value or space. At Citymax Hotels we go beyond service to create memorable experiences.”

Citymax Hotel Aswan features leisure facilities including an outdoor swimming pool and cafe, sauna, jacuzzi and an all-day-dining restaurant. Decorated in contemporary style, some guestrooms offer beautiful Nile river views while others overlook the city landscape.

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Aswan is Egypt’s third largest city and an important administrative, commercial and touristic centre situated at the foot of the Nile Valley. 

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