A three-storey boutique resort has been revealed by Campbell Gray Hotels and developer Mangroovy Residence El Gouna for the gated community of El Gouna in Egypt.
The 160-key resort will be designed by Cairo-based Ghoneimi Architects in collaboration with hospitality consultants, Evolve BDS.
Construction is expected to begin later this year.
The hotel property is set to feature a mix of rooms and suites – many of which will have tranquil, private rooftops and gardens – as well as an array of dining options, and a kids club.
A pool terrace with plenty of lounging space will lead onto a café, a library and a cigar lounge. The resort’s town square will also host a PureGray Health Club and Spa – which will offer a gym and a number of treatment rooms.
Mangroovy El Gouna will join other Campbell Gray Hotels in the Middle East, including Le Gray in Beirut, Campbell Gray Living in Amman and most recently, The Merchant House in Manama.
“Mangroovy El Gouna will be the first fully-integrated luxury mixed-use destination along Egypt’s Red Sea coastline and Campbell Gray Hotels are thrilled to be making forays into this region,” said Alan O’Dea, managing director of Campbell Gray Hotels