Egypt's Al Alamein Hotel reopens after undergoing $83m refurbishment

The opening event was attended by the Egyptian Minister of Tourism, HE Dr. Rania Al-Mashat, VIP guests, top media figures, as well as other public figures.

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Al Alamein Hotel is part of a thriving residential and tourist community Emaar is developing in Marassi.
Al Alamein Hotel is part of a thriving residential and tourist community Emaar is developing in Marassi.

Al Alamein Hotel in Egypt has reopened after undergoing an $83m cost refurbishment by Emaar Hospitality Group.

Mohamed Alabbar, chairman of Emaar, stated: "The refurbishment of Al Alamein Hotel provides an example of our determination to offer a hotel that is on a par with, or rather superior to, world-class resorts.

"We strive for nothing less than the highest global standards for our customers and our developments in Egypt including Al Alamein Hotel, which renovation costs totaled $83m (EGP1.5bn)," Alabbar added.

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The opening event was attended by the Egyptian Minister of Tourism, HE Dr.  Rania Al-Mashat, VIP guests, top media figures, as well as other public figures.

Al Alamein Hotel is part of a thriving residential and tourist community Emaar is developing in Marassi, the company's flagship Mediterranean landmark in Egypt.

These include several hotels already launched such as Vida Marassi Marina, Address Marassi Beach Resort and Address Marassi Golf Resort + Spa.

Marassi will be home to seven luxury hotels with up to 3,000 rooms.

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