Mena House Oberoi Hotel

Giza, Egypt

The Mena House Oberoi Hotel is set in a 40-acre site in the shadow of the Pyramids of Giza.

Set against the backdrop of ancient history and playing host to numerous royalties, heads of state, and celebrities, the hotel features wide open spaces, gardens and plazas covering approximately 30 acres. The Egyptian General Company for Tourism and Hotels (EGOTH) asked Sites International to spearhead master planning and landscape architecture design for the site. Sites International was keen to preserve the hotel’s historic premise, which featured royal palms, while harmoniously incorporating new amenities and features. Landscape features include sophisticated geometric pavements, pools, water-falls, fountains and secondary walkways with secluded sitting areas. Sites International’s site supervision team played a key role during construction.

PROJECT DETAILS

Location:
Giza, Egypt
Client:
The Egyptian General Company for Tourism and Hotels (EGOTH)
Area:
40-acre
Type:
Historical
Hotels & Resorts
Services:
Landscape Arch.
Master Planning
Proj. Management/ Site Supervision

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