Campbell Gray Hotels to open boutique resort in Egypt

Construction of the resort is expected to commence later this year

Image used for illustrative purposes - Campbell Gray's Le Gray Hotel in Beirut, Lebanon
Image used for illustrative purposes - Campbell Gray's Le Gray Hotel in Beirut, Lebanon

Campbell Gray Hotels has reportedly entered into a partnership with Mangroovy Residence to build a boutique resort in El Gouna, Egypt.

The 160-key resort, which is set to be built by architectural firms Ghoneimi Architects and Evolve BDS, will feature a mix of rooms and suites, as well as private rooftops and gardens.

According to Campbell Gray Hotels managing director, Alan O’Dea, the property is El Gouna’s only beachfront residence.

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“Offering a temperate year-round climate, coupled with a range of facilities, and accommodation designed with our guests’ ideal luxury lifestyle in mind, Mangroovy, El Gouna will offer a compelling reason for tourists to visit this region all year-round,” said O’Dea.

Mangroovy Residence El Gouna joins a line-up of other Campbell Gray Middle Eastern residencies such as Le Gray in Beirut, Lebanon, Campbell Gray Living in Amman, Jordan and The Merchant House in Manama, Bahrain.

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