THE Hilton Pyramids Golf Resort recently opened a business centre featuring six new luxuriously furnished meeting and banquet room designed to cater for groups of varying sizes.
Business facilities include through in-room call buttons, easy room sourcing, floor plans and personal requests online, wireless broadband, as well as a fully flexible choice of food and beverages.
“Set against the backdrop of the Pyramids of Giza, and the hotel’s manicured golf course, the new business facilities at the Hilton Pyramids Golf Resort stand alone among the competition,” said Ahmed Hegazi, general manager of the hotel.
“We hope the new meeting room complex will bring more business travellers and conferences to our hotel,” he added.
The Hilton Hotels Corporation has more than 2,800 hotels and 480,000 rooms in 76 countries and territories, and has 100,000 team members worldwide.
It currently operates 43 hotels in the Middle East and Africa – 18 hotels in Egypt, nine hotels in the UAE, four in Saudi Arabia and one each in Oman and Kuwait, plus another ten hotels in Africa and the Indian Ocean.
A total of 15 new openings are scheduled over the next three years in the UAE, Qatar, Kuwait, Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan, Equatorial Guinea, Uganda and Ghana.
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