Marriott International opens St. Regis Cairo for guests

Published on : Friday, January 8, 2021

Marriott International has announced the opening of the St. Regis Cairo. The hotel stands tall on the banks of the River Nile, as an illustrious icon weaving a powerful story of luxury in the region. Located at the north end of the cornice, the 39-story hotel offers easy access to the magnificent monuments of a city steeped in history.

Created by renowned architect Michael Graves, the St. Regis Cairo firmly establishes itself as a pivotal landmark in the city and beyond, with its striking architecture, carefully balancing opulence with refinement and elegance to evoke a profound sense of grandeur. The St. Regis Cairo boasts 286 lavishly appointed rooms and suites and 80 luxurious apartments that offer unmatched indulgence.

Satya Anand, President for Europe, Middle East and Africa, Marriott International said in his statement that Egypt has historically been one of the key markets and strategically significant to the brand’s growth in the region. He shared that the St. Regis Cairo is an exciting addition to the fast-growing brand portfolio and is set to elevate Cairo’s luxury hospitality landscape with its remarkable design, uncompromising service, and exceptional culinary venues.

Abdullah Bin Hamad Al Attiyah, Chief Executive, Qatari Diar, added that the luxury landmark will introduce higher standards of hospitality to the beautiful destination with its unparalleled levels of luxury and exceptional service – both of which the iconic St. Regis brand is renowned for and shared that St. Regis Cairo will help to strengthen the global portfolio of hospitality developments.

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