Cairo is never short of hotels that carry some of the biggest names in the world of hospitality, but there’s always room for more. After quite a lengthy hiatus, Hyatt makes its way back to the city of Cairo with Hyatt Regency Cairo West, which is set to open its doors by the end of 2020.
Situated inside the renowned compound of Pyramids Heights Business Park, Hyatt Regency Cairo West ensures easy access to Cairo’s best touristic sites. Set to become the ultimate destination for business, leisure, and entertainment, the hotel is only minutes away from the Grand Egyptian Museum, the Great Pyramids of Giza and the newly-opened Sphinx International Airport.
Inspired by Egyptian culture, the hotel’s setting comes in a modern wrap of technology. The hotel’s 242 rooms and suites are facilitated with state-of-the-art technology, including smart mirrors, sensor LED lighting control, and the first spa suites in Cairo featuring in-room massage as well as various beauty facilities. All this with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the Pyramids of Giza or the hotel’s pool and lush gardens.
In addition to its luxurious landscapes and a spacious outdoor heated pool, Hyatt Regency Cairo West gathers a host of culinary outlets, bars, and lounges. The hotel is set to offer a fully equipped fitness and wellness centre, and a casino as well.
Hyatt Regency Cairo West is designed to host social events and business meetings, featuring seven meeting rooms that cater to all demands. These include a grand ballroom that will accommodate up to 500 guests and an outdoor venue with a historic twist for weddings and social celebrations. The hotel also introduces 360˚ projection technology for the first time in Egypt, which is set to take events to a whole new level.
The hotel, which is the brand’s second in Egypt, after Hyatt Regency Sharm El Sheikh, is set to add to Hyatt’s growing footprint in North Africa.
“Hyatt Regency Cairo West will be a great addition to our growing portfolio in North Africa as we anticipate the hotel will become a destination where both business and leisure travelers can stay connected and energized throughout their stay.” Says Ludwig Bouldoukian, Regional Vice President of Development, Middle East and North Africa for Hyatt.
With such a long list of amenities and a breathtaking location, it seems that the brand is up and ready for a fresh and modern start in the capital with the Hyatt Regency Cairo West