Steigenberger opens new five-star boutique resort in Egypt

The Steigenberger Pure Lifestyle is a new five-star boutique hotel located only five kilometres from Hurghada International Airport

Operators, Deutsche hospitality, Aldau Development, Steigenberger Pure Lifestyle, Hurghada, Egypt

Steigenberger Hotels and Resorts is growing its portfolio in Egypt. The Steigenberger Pure Lifestyle in Hurghada has now become the twelfth of the brand’s hotels to open in the country.

The Steigenberger Pure Lifestyle is a new five-star boutique hotel located five kilometres from Hurghada International Airport. Its “All-White, All-Suite and All Adults” concept has 132 suites, and most offer views of the Red Sea.

All suites are equipped with a jacuzzi, a 49-inch smart TV, an espresso machine, a make-up mirror, unlimited high speed Wi-Fi and a large terrace or balcony featuring a swinging chair. Mattresses are from the Norwegian designer Jensen.

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Guests have eight restaurants and ten bars to choose from and can also take advantage of a 24-hour all-inclusive offer. 

The hotel is operated by Aldau Development via a franchise agreement and is positioned in the high-end five-star lifestyle segment. It forms part of the Mega Steigenberger ALDAU Resort, which has won a total of 63 international awards.

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