Ultra luxury hospitality brand Address Hotel by Emaar is making its Egyptian debut with its new gorgeous, sprawling property at Marassi.
It’s official: we’re done with grandma’s ancient chalet and dodgy rentals in random Sahel compounds. We’re making up for lost time this summer, and we mean business... Give us luxury rooms, picture perfect pools and restaurants galore. We’ve all long lamented the lack of proper hospitality on the North Coast in previous years, and though seasonal boutique hotels have been popping up here and there, there’s nothing quite like the recently opened Address Marassi Golf Resort.
Ultra luxury hospitality brand Address Hotel by Emaar is making its Egyptian debut with its new gorgeous, sprawling property at Marassi. Address Marassi Golf Resort's 48 rooms and 82 serviced apartments - alongside the super chic designs and top notch service - are ready to be booked. And the hotel’s grounds - complete with 18-hole golf course, five restaurants and lounges and an award-winning spa - will knock your socks off. Which begs the question: why are you wearing socks in Sahel? With two outdoor pools, an indoor pool and a short stroll to the crystal clear waters of the North Coast, it's flip flop territory here.
In the centre of Marassi’s masterplan, Address Marassi Golf Resort is right in the middle of all the summertime fun, while serving as the perfect escape from the frenzy of it all. The Tuscan-style building, in all its warm, earthy glory, oozes serenity as it stands on 624 hectares of greenery. Whether you pop out for a round of golf, take a hike to secluded seating areas dotted around the property, or check yourself into one of their seven treatment rooms at The Spa by Address, peace of mind is at the top of the agenda. And if you know anything about us here at CairoScene, you’ll know we’re obsessed with eating, drinking and being merry, so we’re already browsing the menus of their five restaurants and lounges, spanning from the book-lined walls of ‘The Restaurant’ to the rooftop California-style restobar ‘Social’.