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Four Seasons Unveil Three New Hospitality Projects in Egypt

Article-Four Seasons Unveil Three New Hospitality Projects in Egypt

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Four Seasons is set to open a new hotel and residential community in New Cairo Capital, a new hotel in Luxor, and more Private Residences in Sharm El Sheikh.

In collaboration with real estate development company Talaat Moustafa Group (TMG), Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts has unveiled plans for a major property portfolio expansion in Egypt. This is set to include new residential developments, hotels, and substantial property renovations within Egypt’s hospitality and tourism sector

This forthcoming phase of the strategic expansion includes not only the development of the Four Seasons Hotel Luxor. But also the development of the Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences New Cairo Capital at Madinaty. These developments expand upon the new multi-million dollar property renovations at Four Seasons Resort and Private Residences Sharm El Sheikh, which added upon many things, including new rooms, leisure activities, and dining locations, to resultantly double the existing resort’s offerings.

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New Cairo Capital is a leading destination in itself, located at the core of the current capital city’s new transformation. Set within the impressive Madinaty development on 185 hectares (1.84million m2) of vegetation-rich parkland, the Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences New Cairo Capital is expected to open in 2025. The development will be a fascinating location for people who desire to experience the ancient city of Cairo. But equally, seamlessly explore the capital city’s stand-out modern extension.

The Hotel will have 346 rooms and suites, each with world-class facilities and surrounded by lush gardens, while the Private Apartments will include 107 villas and 80 luxury residences.

Visitors and residents will also be provided with a luxurious dining experience. Included at the centre of this development will be a spectacular waterfront restaurant. There will also be various private dining, al fresco, international, and Egyptian-inspired outlets scattered around the vast development, adding to the broad array of a gourmet restaurant and bar choices.

With its fitness centre and spa, the Hotel and Private Residences have an abundance of facilities at their disposal. Visitors will be treated with an intentionally developed environment designed to facilitate greater well-being. This will include a wide array of private treatment rooms, an extensive variety of tennis and multi-sport courts, coordinated group sessions, and stand-out workout equipment.

The hotel’s ballroom has magnificent vaulted ceilings and a vast outside lawn area to suit celebrations both large and small.

Within the vicinity of the development, its well-situated location provides convenient access to even more gourmet restaurants, world-class golf courses, excellent retail stores, private schools, and a wide selection of attractions for all visitors to discover in New Cairo Capital and Madinaty.

The renowned luxury interior designer, Pierre Yves-Rochon is designing the hotel, who has already worked on Four Seasons properties in Paris, Megève, Bahrain Bay, Doha, Florence, and other locations.


Luxor, located on the Nile River in southern Egypt, is one of the country's most renowned locations and is regarded as one of the world's finest ancient ruins. This amazingly old city serves as an open-air museum, with some of Egypt's greatest antiquities on spectacular exhibit throughout. It is best renowned for its past as the ancient city of Thebes and its breathtaking Karnak and Luxor temple complexes.

The Four Seasons Hotel Luxor, which is set to open in 2025, will include 200 guest rooms and suites, each overlooking the Nile River, the Valley of the Kings, and the Valley of the Queens. The hotel will be positioned immediately south of the world-famous Luxor Temple, which was built around 1400 BC.

After visiting Luxor's attractions, the hotel offers a range of facilities for guests to enjoy. These include a spa, exercise facilities, multiple pools, luxury shopping, a Kids For All Seasons programme, and a young adults centre. For guests travelling for business or to hold a special event, the hotel will include 1,300 square metres of conference and event space (14,000 square feet).

The building will be designed by WATG Architects, who have worked on Four Seasons projects in Maui, Dubai at Jumeirah Beach, Tianjin, and a soon-to-be-completed project in Hanoi. The interiors will be overseen by Wimberly Interiors, who've already worked on Four Season's buildings in Los Angeles and Maui.


Since its inception 20 years ago, The Four Seasons Private Residences at Sharm El Sheikh has been one of Egypt’s most recognised destinations. The development has now doubled in size as a result of an extraordinary upgrade project, with additional lodgings, restaurants, recreational facilities, and conference spaces for those seeking a magnificent combination of sea, desert, and mountains.

25 villas and 44 chalets ranging in size from 195 to 240m2 will make up the new residential developments. These are made up of two-bedroom ensuite chalets, four-bedroom villas, and five-bedroom villas which will include the following features:

  • The two-bedroom ensuite chalets will include spacious living areas, luxurious decor, and private pools.
  • The four-bedroom villas will offer sea views, private pools, and large open-air recreation areas, with a total gross area of 710m2.
  • The five-bedroom villas will be individually tailored to the owner's specifications and will occupy extension plots with unobstructed views of the Red Sea.

With this development, Four Seasons will now oversee more than 300 Private Residences in Egypt.

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