Spa Resources Middle East (SRME) has won a contract to conceptualise and design two multi-treatment rooms for the Kempinski Ganna, the first cruise ship to be operated by Kempinski Hotels and Resorts.
The Kempinski Ganna liner will be the largest vessel on the Nile when it embarks on its maiden voyage between Luxor and Aswan in October.
The ship has 70 deluxe rooms and four suites. Facilities include a gourmet restaurant, live entertainment, bars, a reading room, gymnasium, boutiques and swimming pool, as well as extensive leisure facilities.
The Kempinski Ganna is the second contract to be awarded to SRME by Kempinski Hotels and Resorts within a month. Last month it won a consultancy contract to design a 600-square metre spa for Kuwait's Kempinski Julai'a Hotel and Resort.
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