The charms of The Ritz-Carlton's exclusive property at the Egyptian resort area of Sharm El Sheikh will be on show at the World Travel Market.
Opened December 13, 1999, the Ritz-Carlton Sharm El Sheikh was the first property of the luxury hotel group in North Africa and second in the Middle East.
Overlooking the Red Sea, the beachfront resort comprising 307 rooms and suites is set in lush tropical landscape with sparkling pools and cascading waterfalls.
The Ritz-Carlton Club adds an additional level of exclusivity and specialty restaurants include Italian, Lebanese and Asian plus an all day dining option.
The Spa and Fitness Center offers extensive programs, an Arabian Massage tent overlooking the sea and sand bath treatment.
A dive school, tennis courts and The Ritz-Carlton Kids-Club club are also available. The resort has four function rooms including a Marquee on 900 sq/m and a multi-functions amphitheater.
The Ritz-Carlton, Sharm El Sheikh was recently awarded the Best Family Resort and Best Landscape Design in the competition organised by the Middle East Intelligence magazine for the hotels in the Middle East.
The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company now has four properties in the Middle East including Dubai, Sharm El Sheikh, Istanbul and Doha, the newest
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