Marriott International has entered into an agreement with Landmark Sabbour to bring the W brand to Cairo, underscoring the growing demand for luxury in Egypt.
Emirates will operate an A380 service to Cairo International Airport tomorrow. The move makes the Dubai-based airline the first scheduled commercial carrier to operate an A380 flight into Egypt.
British Airways has cancelled all flights to Egyptian capital Cairo for a week. The flag-carrier said the move was a “precaution,” on security grounds.
Campbell Gray Hotels has announced its partnership with Mangroovy Residence El Gouna to create a boutique resort in the gated community of El Gouna, Egypt. As with all Campbell Gray Hotels, the resort will be designed with exquisite attention to detail and quality while remaining true to the simplicity and relaxed seaside atmosphere of El Gouna.
UAE-headquartered Time Hotels Management is set to launch its first beach resort hotel in Egypt, Time Nozha Aqua Park Hotel & Resort, a four-star property located in Ras Sudr, on Egypt’s Red Sea coast.
Marriott Hotels has made its debut steps away from the Great Pyramids of Giza, as the company rebrand Mena House, a historic palace.
Hilton continues its growth and development in Egypt, 60 years after first entering the country, with the opening of the Hilton Cairo Heliopolis. The hospitality company has also confirmed plans for the debut of its luxury brand Waldorf Astoria in Egypt later this year.
Thomas Cook Airlines’ inaugural flight to Hurghada, Egypt, departs from East Midlands Airport today. Thomas Cook Airlines carry 400,000 customers to and from East Midlands Airport to 18 European destinations each year and has two A321 aircraft based permanently at the airport.
Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts is cementing its presence in Egypt, revealing plans to operate a new coastal resort property on Egypt’s North Coast – a popular leisure destination and growing commercial centre.
With Egyptian tourism seeking to regain its place in British markets, Dina Zakaria, regional director of PR & marketing, Cleopatra, here tells Breaking Travel News how she has no doubt the country can rebound.