Four Seasons Alexandria unveils additional rooms, infinity pool, revamped restaurant

The property now includes 16 additional beach suites, new beach-side infinity pool and revamped restaurant and bar lounge

The revamped beach restaurant and lounge includes a kids’ area.
The revamped beach restaurant and lounge includes a kids’ area.

The Four Seasons Hotel Alexandria at San Stefano in Egypt has unveiled a new infinity pool on the property’s private beach, 16 additional beach suites, and beach-side revamped restaurant and lounge soon to be revamped, according to a press statement.

The property, which reportedly has a private 570 metre beach, now includes a seawater infinity pool, bar inside the pool, four cabanas and 50 lounges.

The revamped beach restaurant and lounge includes a kids area and offers an à la carte  menu serving international dishes.

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The 16 new one and two bedroom beach suites feature a living room, powder room and terrace overlooking the Mediterranean Sea.

Reportedly, each bedroom has its own private bathroom, as well as Four Seasons special amenities and access to the private beach.

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