THE 18-year-old Hilton Luxor will emerge renovated from a top-to-toe facelift by the fourth quarter of 2007, complete with world renowned spa facilities and treatments, says Simon Hasdell, VP Operations, Hilton Egypt, Jordan & Lebanon.
Luxor contains nearly one third of the world’s antiquities and there is hardly a place in Luxor that does not reflect Egypt’s 7000-year-old civilization. “Because of the grandeur and the magnificence of Luxor, we are very enthusiastic about the renovation of the resort and, with the new spa facilities, we will be able to maintain our commitment to our guests by providing quality accommodation and superior service,” he said.
The comprehensive renovation project will transform the physical design of the resort’s public areas and its 235 rooms, giving it a fresher and trendier look. The new concept will offer guests a wider view of the Nile, as well as enlarging the lobby area, offering a variety of outlets and an exclusive area for deluxe rooms.
The spa will have its own lobby entrance separate from the Hotel, with its own spa guestrooms and treatment rooms. One highlight is a dedicated lounge/sun deck relaxation space as well as comprehensive recreational facilities and a pool.
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