Ramadan Nights at Cairo’s Latest Gem, the New Kempinski Nile Hotel
In keeping with its boutique charm, the new Kempinski is offering a menu of authentic tradition during the Holy Month of Ramadan
Cairo, August 5, 2010: Celebrating its first Ramadan since its opening earlier this month, the Kempinski Nile Hotel is serving up a bouquet of dining options, designed to appeal to both group and private dining requirements.
With its location on the Nile offering panoramic city views, the hotel provides the ideal environment to enjoy authentic Arabian hospitality, said general manager, Fuat Koroglu: “Both hotel guests and local residents can share Iftar or Sohor at our restaurants, either at the atmospheric Osmanly restaurant, our convivial Blue brasserie, or within a dedicated private dining outlet – we offer a choice to suit all tastes,” he said.
Price for Iftar at the Blue and Osmanly restaurants is EGP195, inclusive of cold and hot mezzeh, soup, choice of meat or fish main course, tagine tray, desert buffet, cold and hot beverages. Guests can also request an exclusive private dining Iftar with waiter service. In addition, the Kempinski Nile Hotel is offering a la carte Sohor.
The new hotel, officially opened on July 7th has already garnered a reputation as a destination for the discerning, a top billing it aims to nurture and expand in the coming months.
With 191 rooms and a secluded location in Garden City, it is designated as a boutique property, marrying corporate efficiencies with personal service and charm as well as serving up a range of facilities to suit business and leisure guests, overseas visitors and Cairo residents.
In addition to a flexible check-in and check-out times, on-call butlers, up to date IT facilities, an extensive spa and 24-hour health club facility, the Kempinski Nile Hotel offers a host of dining options including the Osmanly, featuring the best of Turkish, Egyptian and Lebanese cuisine; Blue for all-day dining with the best of market produce; Floor Ten serving up contemporary French cuisine; the Shishawy Café and The Roof, a unique al fresco rendezvous.
For more information and reservations, please visit www.kempinski.com/en/cairo or contact your local travel agent.
Editor’s Notes: The Kempinski name is proudly born by a growing collection of distinguished properties around the world. As Europe’s oldest luxury hotel group, Kempinski has built its reputation on the belief that exclusivity and individuality are key elements of true luxury. Each year, an increasing number of guests come to appreciate these qualities, as Kempinski adds new hotels and resorts in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia. While this growth reflects the strength and success of the Kempinski brand, the collection will remain a limited one, where exclusivity can be nurtured and individuality can flourish.
Kempinski is a member of the Global Hotel Alliance. Global Hotel Alliance is the world's largest alliance of independent hotel brands. It uses a common technology platform to drive incremental revenues and create cost savings for its members, while offering enhanced recognition and service to customers across all brands. GHA currently comprises of Anantara, First, Kempinski, Leela, Mirvac, Marco Polo, Omni, Pan Pacific, PARKROYAL, Shaza, The Doyle Collection and Tivoli, encompassing nearly 300 upscale and luxury hotels with over 65,000 rooms across 48 different countries.
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