The hotel joins Hyatt Regency Sharm El Sheikh and will further add to Hyatt’s growing brand footprint in North Africa.
Fusing the past with today’s amenities, the 13 guest rooms of Grand Giza’s villa and manorhouse will be individually curated with distinctive styling.
Featuring two newly crafted itineraries, the Four Seasons Private Jet will touch down for the first time in Angkor Wat, Mexico City, Easter Island and Athens, among an enviable list of locales.
The project offers two culinary destinations. Situated on the ground floor, Xodó and Nairo, which bring Brazilian and Japanese flavors on board.
The resort boasts 132 elegantly furnished rooms and suites with state-of-the-art fixtures and fittings, a generously proportioned pool facility and a wide choice of restaurants and bars.
It joins the group’s regional line-up that includes Le Gray in Beirut, Campbell Gray Living in Amman and most recently The Merchant House in Manama.
The four countries head the top ten by numbers of rooms in the internationally-branded hotel development pipeline, with Egypt showing 15,158 rooms in 51 new hotels.
Dubai-based company capitalizes on the region’s trend towards franchising and meets calls from investors to find innovative ways to maximize operational efficiency.
In the Middle East, occupancy grew by almost one percent to reach 71 percent in Q1, with an average daily rate of USD 148.
Mark Willis, chief executive officer Middle East and Africa Mark Willis said: “Egypt is resurrecting after 10 years of a tough situation.”