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Emaar introduces Address Marassi Beach Resort in Egypt

Emaar introduces Address Marassi Beach Resort in Egypt

Address Marassi Beach Resort, the second hotel project by Emaar Hospitality Group in Egypt, is redefining the standards of world-class hospitality with its idyllic waterfront location by the Mediterranean Sea, overlooking the turquoise waters of the Sidi Abdel Rahman Bay.

An integral part of Marassi, the master-planned touristic and residential development by Emaar Misr, Address Marassi Beach Resort was unveiled earlier this year at the Arabian Travel Market in Dubai.

Featuring 140 luxury rooms and suites, along the north coast of El Alamein, the hotel is one of the 14 upcoming projects under Address Hotels + Resorts, the premium luxury hotel and serviced residences brand of Emaar Hospitality Group.

With five operational hotels in Dubai, Address Hotels + Resorts has positioned its properties as a choice perfect for business, leisure and group travellers.

Olivier Harnisch, chief executive, Emaar Hospitality Group, said: “Address Marassi Beach Resort is one of our prestigious international developments set along the Mediterranean coast and integrating the assorted lifestyle amenities of a central marina.


“The hotel is designed and developed to high standards of design and quality, and focuses on providing memorable holiday and leisure experiences for our guests.

“Bringing the brand values of gracious hospitality, exceptional service and unique value for guests, Address Marassi Beach Resort will further energise tourism to Marassi and contribute to the national economy supporting the development vision of the government.”

Address Marassi Beach Resort offers spectacular views of the waterfront with its interiors radiating contemporary elegance that uses earth-tone colours.

Rough stone work, warm wood textures and smooth transparent glass contrast throughout the hotel to present dramatic finishes.

The grounds are landscaped with creativity and sensitivity.

A full range of experiences are provided from quiet sitting areas, private function spaces and interesting, meandering paths dotted with features.