Conrad Cairo hosts tourism, child labour events
THE Conrad Cairo has in recent months played host to a variety of conferences.
Among these was the Egyptian Junior Business Association conference on reforming Egyptian tourism, with the Egyptian Minister of Tourism Zohair Garanah as guest speaker.
The tourism conference took place at the hotel’s Nile ballroom, facing the main entrance and hosting some 300 of Cairo’s leading and public figures as well as members of the EJB working towards creating a better positive business environment based upon excellence, ethics and public service.
In line with its strategy to actively participate in the growth and the development of the local community, the hotel continues to fund all the activities of the Egyptian Forum of Dialogue and Partnership for Development, supporting the elimination of child labor in Egypt, planned to take place until September 2006.
The hotel’s support to the Forum comes within the award programme organized by the Egyptian NGO Centres and stresses on the hotel's planned strategies to participate in the development of the local community out of its corporate social responsibility.
Aiming to activate every possible way within the existing strategies to help reduce/eliminate child labour, the forum, headed by General Maher Khalifa, recently organized a session, at the Egyptian Humanitarian Relief and Rehabilitation Organization, attended by many academic, executives, governmental personnel and representatives of the local civic organizations.
The hotel was also recently chosen to host the Middle East Finance Conference attended by the most senior finance people in Hilton International.
The Conrad Cairo is a luxury business hotel with 617 elegantly designed guestrooms, inclusive of 52 suites and five executive floors, an array of restaurants and bars and is located in the heart of Cairo’s commercial district overlooking the River Nile. It features exciting dining options, a world-class casino, outdoor swimming pool as well as extensive health club and leisure facilities.
Conrad Hotels is the most global luxury brand of the Hilton Family including many of the world’s best known and most highly regarded hotel brands. It has 20 luxury award-winning properties in exotic and cosmopolitan destinations across the US, UK, Ireland, Belgium, Egypt, Turkey, Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, Japan, Australia and Uruguay. Another seven Conrad projects are under development in the US, Dubai, Indonesia, China and Thailand for future openings in 2008.