GUESTS looking for a unique experience on Egypt’s Riviera would do well to look at The Savoy Sharm El Sheikh, which is launching nine private Royal Savoy Villas, all aimed at offering that ‘certain something’ for a once-in-a- lifetime vacation.
The Royal Savoy Villas offer privacy and exclusivity, complemented by the facilities and services of an international five-star resort hotel. Each villa has its own décor and design and is situated in a prime location that overlooks a pristine private beach, making for the perfect home-from-home.
“Undivided attention from your personal butler, individual itineraries, private pools, exclusive dinners and select neighbours is only part of what is enjoyed as a privileged guest in one of our villas. As a villa guest; nothing is too much trouble, nothing is out of reach, everything is possible and too much is never enough,” says a spokesman. Each villa offers amazing views over the Red Sea and Tiran Island and is able to cater for an array of guests from honeymooners and VIP vacationers to business travellers; an exclusive experience for those seeking their own private experience in the land of the Pharaohs.
The villas come furnished with all the mod cons. They cover anywhere between 503sqm to 680sqm. All villas have an outdoor area and most have their own pool. Decorated with antiquities and charming bric-a-brac, the interior of each represents a designated theme: 1001 Arabian Nights, Cleopatra, Africa, Morocco, Royal and contemporary themes. “The moods were developed for each villa to create an experience through design and layout that would create an exclusive journey,” says the spokesman.
More information is available at savoy-sharm.com
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