Four Seasons Resort Sharm El Sheikh Reveals Ambitious Expansion • Hotel Designs

Set on a mile-long stretch of private coastline, the resort’s palm-filled gardens, mosaic-covered fountains and Arabian architecture are the perfect attraction for travelers looking for a combination of mountains, desert and sea. Combined with one of the best reefs in the area, five swimming pools, a highly acclaimed spa and expertly run dive center, Four Seasons Resort Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt has long been a Red Sea favorite.

The resort’s 89 spacious, brand-new rooms and suites (starting at 75 square meters) sit perched in intimate hideaways facing the Red Sea. Expanded accommodation includes one or two bedrooms, with a private pool option and large balconies and terraces that provide space to relax with panoramic views while soaking up the year-round sunshine. Rooms and suites offer modern interpretations of authentic Arabic design elements and arabesque details that enhance the spaces, including arched windows and mashrabiya-inspired blinds and are complemented by a color palette inspired by golden sands and waters. Blue Sharm El Sheikh.

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For those seeking a more lavish getaway, The Palace is a self-contained three-bedroom beachfront royal residence designed to accommodate royalty, international figures and distinguished guests. Spread over 565 square meters of lavish indoor space, it is the resort’s largest signature suite. With a private fitness room, spa treatment room, walk-in closet, office space and full living facilities, this escape offers the ultimate in Four Seasons sophistication. Lush gardens, a large deck for entertaining with a dining table that seats eight, and two swimming pools just steps from the private beach create outdoor living opportunities in a space that elevates beachfront living to new heights. new levels.

“We are ushering in a new era of beachfront luxury at what has been one of Egypt’s most beloved resorts since it opened 20 years ago,” said Sam Ioannidis, General Manager of Four Seasons Resort Sharm El Sheikh, in Egypt. “By doubling the square footage of the property, we’ve created new accommodations, recreation facilities and restaurants, while the legendary and exceptional Four Seasons service remains the same.”

The resort’s expansion has created a new dining destination, led by Executive Chef Sebastiano Spriveri, a 27-year veteran of the Four Seasons. Bringing flavors from around the world to Egypt’s Red Sea shores, Spriveri and her team take guests on a journey from Japan to Latin America to the Middle East. “Our restaurants introduce world-class cuisine to Sharm El Sheikh, with the addition of four new concepts that have never been experienced here before,” Spriveri said.

Additionally, the resort is home to nine new indoor spaces and gardens providing a stage for unforgettable events in extraordinary settings. The new beachfront Royal Palm Garden, surrounded by 3,000 swaying royal palms, with views of the sky and sea and twinkling stars, is a backdrop that is sure to inspire.

tall palm trees surround the beach side pool

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The resort’s reef, located directly off the beach, is the perfect introduction to the underwater wonders of the Red Sea, with its year-round warm waters, crystal-clear visibility and diverse biodiversity.

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