St. Regis Hotels and Resorts announced the opening of The St. Regis Almasa, located in the New Administrative Capital of Egypt. The Almasa Hotel has been rebranded as The St. Regis Almasa.
The hotel is a short distance from Egypt’s ministerial district and the new Arts and Culture hub which is home to the Grand Opera House, Egypt’s Capitals Museum and the Capital Library.
The property offers 270 rooms, 90 suites, 60 apartments and 14 villas, all featuring a private balcony or patio overlooking the pool and surrounding lush green landscape. Guests will enjoy the brand’s signature Butler Service.
Culinary offerings include La Sponda for an authentic Italian experience and Café Royal situated in the heart of the lobby serving the St. Regis brand’s signature Afternoon Tea ritual.
The St. Regis Almasa houses a convention centre spread across 3,901 sqm space. The convention centre comprises three ballrooms with separate entrances, dedicated bridal suites, nine meeting rooms and six VIP lounges with access to a private restaurant. It also houses The Summit Hall, which is known for hosting heads of states, and Teatro Al Asema, a state-of-the-art spectator venue.
An indoor and outdoor swimming pool and an artificial beach with waves are a few recreational amenities offered. Head to the Trio Club House that houses a luxurious spa. The spa has eight treatment rooms offering a range of holistic treatments, a Moroccan Hammam, sauna and steam rooms and a fitness centre with a separate space for ladies and a kids club.
Guido De Wilde, chief operating officer, Middle East, Marriott International said:
“We are delighted to bring our iconic St. Regis brand to the New Administrative Capital together with the National Authority for Management and Investment.
“This opening is a significant milestone in our journey and underscores the tremendous trust and confidence our owners have in us and in the power of our luxury brands in the region.”