In hopes of supporting sustainable developments in Egypt, the ministries of tourism and environment approved the issuance of a license to establish and operate the first sustainable hotel in the country’s North Coast.
Chairman of Mariott Hills Developments, Ahmed Hassan, explained in a recent press statement that the residential units will be completely eco-friendly. The hotel will operate on clean energy from solar power plants, and will house potable drinking water production units with condensation technology in order to achieve full self-sufficiency in energy, water, and organic food.
The hotel will be located at Kilo 83 on the North Coast road and will comprise of 200 residential units. Mariott Hills have announced contracts with multiple European travel agencies to organize trips to the sustainable hotel all year long. The newest investment will cost an estimated EGP 8bn in the New Alamein City on an area of 200 acres.