New Steigenberger Hotel El Lessan opens in Ras El Bar, Egypt
Deutsche Hospitality has continued the “Evolution Steigenberger” by opening an additional hotel in Egypt by the end of July. The brand new Steigenberger Hotel El Lessan shall operate beneath the Steigenberger Hotels & Resorts brand. It really is situated in the North of the national country, in the favorite holiday destination of Ras el Bar, and a really stunning setting right at the main point where the Nile Delta flows in to the Mediterranean. The hotel offers 153 rooms, including 15 suites. All available rooms include a balcony with Nile and sea view. The Steigenberger El Lessan extends over a complete section of 4,200 square metres. Facilities add a main restaurant, the ocean Lobby Bar, four equipped conference rooms fully, including two large ballrooms, a gym area and a big outdoor pool with a pool bar. Plans may also be set up to open a roof deck restaurant with an excellent view of the Nile and the MEDITERRANEAN AND BEYOND.
The new Steigenberger Hotel El Lessan is targeted at top of the end of the marketplace. “Egypt is among our most significant and strongest growth markets,” said Thomas Willms, CEO, Deutsche Hospitality, the umbrella make of Steigenberger Hotels & Resorts. “The Steigenberger Hotel El Lessan may be the first luxury hotel to be launched in your community. We’ve achieved an additional expansion of our local presence and also have also been in a position to bring about a substantial enhancement in the relevance of the Steigenberger brand.”
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The Egypt-born hotelier Hisham Mohamed Saied has been appointed as General Manager. Mr. Saied can look on 15 years of experience in hotel management back. He’s got held various leadership positions in the Jaz Hotel Group during this time period and has sometimes experienced charge as high as 1,000 guest rooms so when many as 850 members of staff. Mr. Saied and his team try to set new benchmarks in your community by offering perfect service and attempting to international standards.
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