Marriott Hotels has made its debut steps away from the Great Pyramids of Giza, as the company rebrand Mena House, a historic palace.
“This is a significant moment and a milestone in our journey, a milestone that I am personally very excited about,” said Alex Kyriakidis, managing director, Middle East and Africa, Marriott International.
“With our long history in the country, a strong footprint and a robust pipeline, Egypt continues to be a strategic growth market and key to our success in the region.
“Marriott Hotels has consistently pushed the boundaries to create experiences that inspire our guests.
“We are excited to welcome Mena House into our portfolio and offer guests a unique brand experience in this iconic location.”
Set amid 40 acres of verdant gardens, this stunning hotel offers 331 plush rooms and suites offering spectacular views of the mighty Giza Pyramids and the surrounding lush greenery.
Guests can savour refreshing al fresco dining at 139 Pavilion, the hotel’s all day dining venue while soaking in breathtaking views of the Pyramids, indulge in an authentic Italian lunch at Alfredo or relax with freshly brewed coffee or herbal infusions at the Sultan Lounge.
Either way, the dining experience at Marriott Mena House, Cairo is bound to be truly memorable.
With its mesmerising location, signature services and bespoke experiences, a stay at the hotel promises to be a journey that will inspire new insights and make travel more enriching.
Marriott International currently operates 19 hotels with over 7,000 rooms in Egypt across seven brands including JW Marriott, The Ritz-Carlton, Le Meridien, Marriott Hotels, Renaissance Hotels, Sheraton, and Westin.