Radisson Individuals debuts in Egypt with launch of Marina Resort Port Ghalib

EGYPT – Radisson Hotel Group has launched the Group’s newest brand, Radisson Individuals, in Egypt with the opening of Marina Resort Port Ghalib, a member of Radisson Individuals.

Located along the desert coastline of the Red Sea, the property is close to Port Ghalib’s palm tree-lined promenade and yacht-docking harbor.

In addition, the resort is situated close to various tourist destinations including a dive site Marsa Mubarak.

Marina Resort Port Ghalib, a member of Radisson Individuals has 159 rooms including a 160m2 two-bedroom duplex suite featuring a kitchen, living room, dining room, reception area, and other amenities.

The property boasts La Brasserie, a restaurant located just above the lobby area and serves a buffet with live cooking stations.

In addition, the hotel’s Lobby Bar offers coffee or grab a light bite, while the Marina Beach Bar, Splash Bar, and The Nest Bar also offer spaces for refreshments.

We are pleased to welcome our first Radisson Individuals hotel to Egypt and open the doors to our fourth hotel in the country,” said Tim Cordon, Area Senior Vice President, MEA at Radisson Hotel Group.

Marina Resort Port Ghalib, a member of Radisson Individuals perfectly complements our existing portfolio and is a great representation of the new Radisson Individuals brand in the market.”

The hotel also represents the first Radisson Individuals in Africa and takes the group’s portfolio in Egypt to eight hotels in operation and under development.

Last month, Radisson Americas unveiled a new upper-midscale and limited-service hotel brand, Radisson Inn and Suites.

The launch coincides with the recovery phase of the tourism sector of the North African country post-Covid-19 pandemic.

The country is experiencing a gradual increase in the number of tourists with 65 percent of tourists heading to resorts along the Red Sea and Mediterranean coasts.

The government health sector together with private investors are working to restore order interrupted by the covid-19 crisis, which marked Egypt as one of the most visited regions in the MENA region.

The North African country has the potential of generating over US$10 billion in revenue that could be directed to economic growth and sustainability.

The launch of international hotels and resorts in tourists destination not only generates revenue for the investors but also plays a role in scaling the tourism sector of the country, in addition to creating jobs for locals.

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