Four Seasons opens fourth hotel in Egypt
Rooms designed by Pierre Yves Rochon.
Four Seasons is to open its fourth Hotel in Egypt in the city of Alexandria later this month.
Situated in the San Stefano district of the city, the hotel will offer 118 rooms and nine eateries including the hotel's premier restaurant Byblos, which will offer Lebanese and French cuisine.
Designed by Pierre Yves Rochon, the rooms and suites have been decorated in various combinations of greens and blues against a creamy yellow background, while the bathrooms have been created in marble.
"This property is a fine addition to the Four Seasons portfolio in the Middle East, which currently boasts two hotels in Cairo, one in Sharm El Sheikh, Amman, Damascus, Doha, Riyadh and a golf club in Dubai. We think that Four Seasons Alexandria lends a new dimension to the group and will encourage even more people in the region to make Four Seasons their hotel company of choice," said Stephan Killinger, general manager, Four Seasons Hotel Alexandria.
Most guest rooms feature private balconies, offering panoramic vistas of the sea or city, while hi-speed internet connection is available in all rooms, as well as a 24-hour business centre. The hotel will also be a hub for business activity with five venues equipped with comprehensive technological support required for high-level meetings.