Four Seasons Expands in Egypt with Three Luxury Properties

Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences New Cairo Capital at Madinaty
Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences New Cairo Capital at Madinaty

Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts announced plans for an "extensive" portfolio expansion in Egypt with the addition of new hotels, residential offerings and property enhancements.

In partnership with real estate development corporation Talaat Moustafa Group (TMG), Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences New Cairo Capital at Madinaty and Four Seasons Hotel Luxor will be introduced in Egypt, further building upon hotelier's multi-million dollar property enhancements at Four Seasons Resort and Private Residences Sharm El Sheikh, which doubled the offerings of the existing property with new accommodations, dining outlets, leisure activities, and more.

"Egypt is an important destination in Four Seasons history, as it marked our brand's entry into the Middle East 22 years ago. Our continued expansion illustrates our ongoing commitment to the region, and all that it has to offer for luxury travellers and homeowners," says Bart Carnahan, President, Global Business Development and Portfolio Management.

Introducing Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences New Cairo Capital at Madinaty

Located in the heart of the capital, the new property is anticipated to open in 2025. Set within the Madinaty development on 185 hectares (460 acres) of parkland, Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences New Cairo Capital at Madinaty will be a destination for those who wish to visit the ancient metropolis of Cairo and explore the modern extension of New Cairo Capital.

Surrounded by gardens, the Hotel will feature 346 rooms and suites, while the Private Residences will be comprised of 107 villas and 80 luxury residences.

The villas will range from 721 to 1,847 square metres (7,761 to 19,881 square feet) with six configurations featuring floor-to-ceiling windows, rooftop gardens, limestone finishings and private pools, while luxury residences will range from 221 to 670 square metres (2,379 to 7,212 square feet) with five configurations.

Gourmet restaurant and bar options will include a waterfront restaurant at the centre of the property with several private dining, al fresco, international and Egyptian-inspired outlets sprinkled throughout the property.

The Hotel and Private Residences will also feature a standalone spa and fitness facility. Across several private treatment rooms, an array of tennis and multi-sport courts, guided group classes, and fitness equipment, visitors can be treated to an intentional space that has been designed for the art of wellbeing.

The Hotel's ballroom features vaulted ceilings and an outdoor event lawn space to accommodate occasions big and small.

Off property, the destination will offer guests, residents and their families access to additional gourmet restaurants, golf courses, retail outlets, private schools and a suite of attractions for all to enjoy in New Cairo Capital and Madinaty.

The property is being designed by Pierre Yves-Rochon, who has also worked on Four Seasons properties in Paris, Megève, Bahrain Bay, Doha, Florence, and more.

Introducing Four Seasons Hotel Luxor

Four Seasons Hotel Luxor
Four Seasons Hotel Luxor

Set to open in 2025, Four Seasons Hotel Luxor will include 200 guest rooms and suites, each with views of the Nile River, the Valley of the Kings and the Valley of the Queens. The Hotel will be located south of the Luxor Temple, which dates back to 1400 BC.

After a day of exploring Luxor, guests can enjoy several restaurant and bar outlets, a spa, a fitness facility, multiple pools, luxury retail, a Kids For All Seasons program and a young adults centre. For those visiting for business or to host a special event, the property will feature meeting and event spaces totalling 1,300 square metres (14,000 square feet).

Announcing New Four Seasons Private Residences at Sharm El Sheikh

New Four Seasons Private Residences at Sharm El Sheikh
New Four Seasons Private Residences at Sharm El Sheikh

After opening in Egypt 20 years ago, Four Seasons Resort and Private Residences Sharm El Sheikh has now doubled in size following an enhancement project, with new accommodations, restaurants, recreational facilities and meeting spaces for travellers who seek a blend of mountains, desert and sea.

The expansion project includes the addition of 69 Private Residences to the existing collection of 77. Overlooking waters and more than one kilometre (3,200 feet) of private beachfront, residents can enjoy the property management and service of Four Seasons dedicated residential team as well as priority access to the amenities and offerings of the newly expanded resort, which include twelve culinary concepts, tennis courts, a golf course, fitness facilities, entry to a dive site, and more.

The new residential offerings will be comprised of 25 villas and 44 chalets ranging from 195 to 240 square metres (2,100 to 2,600 square feet). The two-bedroom ensuite chalets will feature private pools. The four-bedroom villas will include sea views, private pools, open-air entertaining setups and will have a total gross area of 710 square metres (7,650 square feet). With only two in the collection, the five-bedroom villas can be custom designed to the owner's discretion and occupy expansion plots with uninterrupted views of the Red Sea.

Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences New Cairo Capital at Madinaty and Four Seasons Hotel Luxor will join the brand's portfolio in Egypt including Four Seasons Hotel Cairo at The First Residence, Four Seasons Hotel Cairo at Nile Plaza, Four Seasons Hotel Alexandria at San Stefano and Four Seasons Resort Sharm El Sheikh.

With these latest residential additions, Four Seasons will now manage more than 300 Private Residences across multiple markets in Egypt.

For more information on Four Seasons, visit its web site.

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