Cairo’s Mena House Hotel joins Marriott International family

Mena House Hotel

Egypt’s world-renowned Mena House Hotel, which overlooks the Great Pyramids of Giza in Cairo, has been welcomed into Marriott International’s family as Marriott Mena House.

Nestled among 40 acres of beautifully kept gardens, Marriott Mena House is home to 331 rooms and suites. The property’s F&B portfolio includes 139 Pavilion, the hotel’s all-day dining venue, Alfredo, serving authentic Italian dishes, and the Sultan Lounge.

Other facilities include an outdoor heated pool; a health club and a spa; and 1,400m2 of indoor meeting space and over 8,700m2 of outdoor space, ideal for gala receptions, weddings and intimate gatherings.

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Enthusing on the game-changing news was president and managing director – Middle East and Africa, Marriott International, Alex Kyriakidis: “This is a significant moment and a milestone in our journey, a milestone that I am personally very excited about. With our long history in the country, a strong footprint and a robust pipeline, Egypt continues to be a strategic growth market and key to our success in the region. Marriott Hotels has consistently pushed the boundaries to create experiences that inspire our guests. We are excited to welcome Mena House into our portfolio and offer guests a unique brand experience in this iconic location.”

Following the rebrand, guests at Marriott Mena House in Cairo will now be able to check-in via their mobile phones and make the most of Mobile Guest Services. Adding to this, those opting to stay at the property can now enroll in Marriott International’s loyalty programme, Marriott Rewards, which allows them to link their account with Starwood Preferred Guest and enjoy more value, more choice and more access across the portfolio. Existing members can enjoy their member benefits at this exciting new location.

Marriott International operates 19 hotels with over 7,000 rooms in Egypt across its JW Marriott, The Ritz-Carlton, Le Meridien, Marriott Hotels, Renaissance Hotels, Sheraton and Westin brands. Over the next three to five years, the hospitality giant will develop more than 1,600 rooms.