The Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities recently announced the opening of a number of new hotel establishments as part of the ministry’s policy to open and operate more hotel rooms in line with the ministry’s goal of reaching 30 million tourists by 2028, and in line with the current tourism demand in Egypt.
It is expected that a number of hotel rooms will be opened by the end of 2024, especially in the governorates of South Sinai and the Red Sea.
Protocols have also been signed to operate new hotels in various Egyptian tourist destinations, and introduce new and attractive types of hotels to work in the market, such as eco-hotels and Nile golds, which will add a distinct tourist experience to tourists.
Madbouly reviews with tourist investors the perceptions of increasing hotel rooms
The Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities has recently issued a number of decisions granting licenses and operating a number of new hotel establishments, including the issuance of licenses to seven new hotel establishments in a number of tourist governorates, and these establishments have fulfilled all the conditions necessary to obtain tourist operating licenses and have them reviewed by the central administration of hotel establishments and shops. And tourism activities in the ministry before issuing these decisions to ensure the quality of the service that will be provided.
New hotels enter the tourist market
The Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities has introduced new types of hotels to suit all tastes of tourists and visitors to Egypt. A license has been granted to about three eco-hotel facilities in Siwa Oasis, Marsa Matrouh Governorate, as these establishments are the first eco-hotels to be evaluated in accordance with the Egyptian requirements and standards for evaluating eco-lodge hotels, which were approved last March. Ecolodge hotels, which were developed in coordination and cooperation with the Ministry of Environment and in line with the criteria for classification of hotel establishments (HC), which were developed in cooperation with the World Tourism Organization.
Ahmed Issa, Minister of Tourism and Antiquities, commented that Egypt deserves to be the first tourist country in the world, and to have a greater share of the global tourism movement, pointing to its diverse and unique tourism and archaeological potentials, praising the efforts that are being made to achieve a continuous increase in tourism. Number of hotel rooms in Egypt.