Casa Cook El Gouna | Egypt
The Casa Cook vernacular embraces the Greek concept of parea, the celebration of coming together to make memories. Located at the threshold of the Red Sea, Casa Cook El Gouna in Egypt—the second in the brand’s portfolio—echoes the German hotel company’s style while also drawing inspiration from the surrounding blue lagoons, rolling dunes, and sweeping views.
Sofitel Legend Old Cataract | Aswan, Egypt
The hotel was built in 1899 by Thomas Cook to house European travelers. Agatha Christie set portions of her novel Death on the Nile at the hotel with the 1978 film of the novel shot at the hotel. A new modern tower wing was built in 1961, which was combined with the historic Old Cataract wing into one luxury hotel during the hotel's closure 2008-2011.
Al Alamein Hotel | Egypt
Situated in the picturesque setting of Sidi Abdel Rahman Bay, the hotel’s glamorous design ethos and refurbished retro-modern interiors hark back to the glory days of the 1960s, when the resort first opened. The remodelled designs blend vintage charm with contemporary style, evoking a sense of nostalgia of the golden age of Egyptian music and cinema.