Rixos Hotels Egypt showcases new properties at WTM London 2019

The hotel chain will highlight two new properties in Hurghada at World Trade Market

Through the trade show, Rixos Hotels Egypt aims to connect with destination stakeholders and international travel partners
Through the trade show, Rixos Hotels Egypt aims to connect with destination stakeholders and international travel partners

Rixos Hotels Egypt will be participating in the World Travel Market (WTM) 2019 in London from November 4 to 6, 2019.

The chain will leverage the platform to highlight two new properties in Hurghada- Rixos Premium Magawish and Rixos Makadi Bay.

Through the trade show, Rixos Hotels Egypt aims to connect with destination stakeholders and international travel partners, driving their remit to continue attracting travellers with personalised experiences that appeal to families and vacationers from around the world.

Rixos Hotels Egypt’s managing director, Erkan Yildirim said: “As Egypt continues to grow in popularity amongst travellers from our key markets, our presence at prestigious trade shows like WTM 2019 has become a must. We always aim to equip our travel partners with the tools they need to drive commercial success – be it bespoke packages, promotional content or even attracting customers with our valuable Ultra All-Inclusive concept. WTM 2019 is an invaluable platform for us to engage closely with partners, and allows us to further tailor our efforts to ensure travellers get the best of hospitality, entertainment and leisure, during their stay at one of Rixos Hotels Egypt’s opulent, Ultra All-Inclusive properties.”

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