Egypt is building a hotel project with up to 1,500 rooms to serve visitors of the Grand Egyptian Museum and Giza Pyramids. The project is being developed in partnership with the private sector and will include educational and commercial services.
Egypt is constructing a large hotel project to cater to tourists visiting the Grand Egyptian Museum and Giza Pyramids, according to Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly. The hotel project, which is being developed in partnership with the private sector and the New Urban Communities Authority, will have up to 1,500 hotel rooms, along with educational and commercial services.
Madbouly has assured us that the project adheres to the highest standards. During a press conference, Madbouly said that the project to develop the pyramids area was first conceived in 2015 and is now benefiting from the help of the private sector.
The Grand Egyptian Museum is currently open for guided tours, with the Great Hall and Glass Hall accessible to visitors, while the museum galleries remain closed until the official opening. Free entry tickets are available for children under four years old and individuals with special needs, with prices ranging from LE75 to LE150 for Egyptians. The Grand Egyptian Museum is open daily from 9 am to 6 pm.