The town developer to manage two new hotels in El Gouna and Taba HeightsLeading town developer, Orascom Development, has taken over management this month of two popular properties in the Red Sea resorts of El Gouna and Taba Heights to streamline operations and booking processes in the destinations.
Effective from 16 December 2013, the former Hyatt Regency became the first Orascom-managed property in Taba Heights under the name Miramar Resort Taba Heights, while the Club Med Resort in El Gouna will be renamed Club Paradiso when it changes management today, 20 December 2013. The two Orascom-owned resorts currently operate 22 hotels, 16 of which will now be managed by the developer.
“We are excited to be expanding our current hotel management portfolio with these two special properties,” says Jens Freise, Orascom Development’s Senior Director of Marketing & Sales.
“To ensure a seamless transition, all existing bookings and contracts will be honoured and the same friendly faces will be welcoming our guests to the resorts. Anticipating and satisfying guest desires remain our core values and we’re looking forward to continuing the current success and popularity of these properties.” Freise concludes.
The five-star Miramar Resort Taba Heights claims an enviable beachfront location against a backdrop of majestic cinnamon coloured mountains and houses 426 generously sized guestrooms with magnificent sea, lagoon or mountain views, three swimming pools, a kids club, a health club, two tennis courts and four restaurants. For a truly authentic dining option, the hotel also owns a Bedouin campsite in the nearby mountains.
The four-star Club Paradiso in El Gouna is situated along an extensive 2km stretch of sandy beach and crystal clear waters, surrounded by landscaped parkland gardens of palm trees and bougainvillea. The hotel’s 239 comfortably appointed rooms offer modern amenities and the perfect base from which to enjoy an exciting array of sports and leisure activities such as golf, tennis, squash, sailing, windsurfing, snorkelling and beach volleyball.