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Inside One of Egypt’s Most Luxurious Hotels: Savoy Hotels, Resorts

Inside One of Egypt’s Most Luxurious Hotels: Savoy Hotels, Resorts

Collage pictures showing Savoy Hotels and Resorts

With consecutive reports suggesting that Egypt’s tourism sector is, not only witnessing a boom but also recovering from a stagnation, here is a closer look at Savoy Hotels and Resorts, one of Egypt’s most luxurious hotels located in the city of Sharm el-Sheikh.

Situated in the heart of one of the most popular tourist attraction in Sharm el-Sheikh, Savoy overlooks the Tiran Island in a beautiful sea view. The private beach stretches over the Red Sea offering an excellent spot for snorkeling and diving activities.

Savoy has another perfect view of the most popular shopping, entertainment, and dining center known as SOHO Square. The square is the premier place for dining and entertainment; it is that place where you can ‘shop till you drop’ in South Sinai.

SOHO Square hosted a big event marking the annual celebration of the Christmas season.

Lit with thousands of Christmas lights, the event unleashed in the presence of the Governor of South Sinai Khaled Fouda with the Ukranian singer Max Barskih, who led a lively concert.

Thousands of attendees danced, sang over the music of the Boghdady Jazz Band who inaugurated the celebrations on November 17. Followed by the countdown, attendees started their celebrations in festive spirit that took over SOHO square in Sharm el-Sheikh.

“The is way better than the stress of Cairo,” one attendee commented when asked about his impressions. “I feel like this is a mood changer and I can actually enjoy my time,” he told Egyptian Streets.

“What else can I ask for!” said a vendor who works at a Souvenir shop. “Everyone is happy; I am selling my products and I enjoying this beautiful time of the year,” he added.

The ‘Big Switch on 2017’ was led by Ukrainian singer, Max Barskih, who has arrived in Egypt as part of the international tour ‘the Fog’. He led the concert, following the countdown, and sand his top hits among other songs.

This is one of the most anticipated events in Sharm el-Sheikh where people from all over the world join the events.

Savoy Group Sharm el-Sheikh includes multiple divisions such as Royal Savoy Villas, Royal Savoy, Savoy and Sierra. Each offers its own unique experience flavored with

Royal Savoy Villas “provide a haven of serenity, peace and relaxation at the tip of the Sinai Peninsula,” according to the website. Designed to suit a private vacation, the villas are surrounded by private gardens and private pools.

With palm trees, warm year-round weather and a stunning beach along the Red Sea, the Royal Savoy provides the guests with private terrace, lounge, morning room and three exclusive swimming pools, along with private beach access and an array of luxurious amenities in every room.

As for Savoy, the friendly service and hospitable reception would leave the guests happy and thrilled.

Sierra is home to endless fun with sparkling swimming pools, sandy beach, a relaxing spaexcellent restaurants and outstanding bars among others.

According to the Central Agency for Public Mobilization (CAPMAS), there has been an increase in the number of tourists arriving in Egypt during the third quarter of the year 2017. There has been about a 55 percent increase in comparison to last year’s figures.

More than 2.3 million tourists visited Egypt, in the surveyed period, while only 1.5 million are recorded to have visited Egypt last year.

SOHO Square during the concert celebration of the Christmas season. Photo by Egyptian Streets

 

SOHO Square during the concert celebration of the Christmas season – Photo by Egyptian Streets

 

SOHO Square during the concert celebration of the Christmas season – Photo by Egyptian Streets

 

SOHO Square during the concert celebration of the Christmas season – Photo by Egyptian Streets

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