Ramses Hilton in Egypt recently held a press conference to announce major renovation plans valued at $62 million.
During the press conference, chairman, Arab International Company for Hotels and Tourism (owning company of Ramses Hilton), Amr Bahaa inked a renovation contract with Conserv Contracting Company, represented by its managing director, Randa Hafez.
Bahaa confirmed that the first phase of the renovations will include seven floors of 165 rooms, 15 suites and a business lounge, which will last for 10 months, followed by the second phase, which will include the reception area, restaurants and public areas of the hotel.
Ramses Hilton will continue to welcome its valuable guests throughout the renovation period. Bahaa also revealed that the hotel’s complete renovation plan will follow the latest international designs that meet the quality standards and specifications of Hilton International and will be completed within four years.