Hyatt Hotels signs new deal in Egypt

The 242-room property will open in Cairo

The property that is set to open in the last quarter of 2020, joins Hyatt Regency Sharm El Sheikh
The property that is set to open in the last quarter of 2020, joins Hyatt Regency Sharm El Sheikh

Hyatt Hotels Corporation’s affiliate has signed a franchise agreement with ALDAU Development group for a Hyatt-branded hotel — Hyatt Regency Cairo West.

The property that is set to open in the last quarter of 2020, joins Hyatt Regency Sharm El Sheikh and will further add to Hyatt’s growing brand footprint in North Africa.

Hyatt Regency Cairo West will feature 242 contemporary guestrooms and suites, inspired by Egyptian culture; with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the Pyramids of Giza or the hotel’s pool and lush gardens. Room amenities offered will include the latest technology such as smart mirrors and sensor LED lighting control, as well as in-room massage and beauty facilities in a number of the suites.

Situated within the Pyramids Heights Business Park, the hotel targets business and leisure travellers.

The property also features five restaurants, bar and lounges, a fitness centre, an outdoor heated swimming pool and casino adjacent to the building. In addition to that, the hotel will feature seven meeting rooms, a Grand Ballroom and outdoor function area.

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