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Started on mid. 2007

Jolie Ville Resort & Casino – Sharm El Sheikh is about to end its final renovation phase

After 16 successful years of operation under the flag of Moevenpick, the Jolie Ville Resort – Sharm El Sheikh has joined new name with Maritim since the beginning of 2008. Maritim name has chosen in order to cope with Sharm development in the last decade, and exactly after the Jolie Ville Resort & Casino hosted the Summit of peacemakers (13/3/1996).

After the summit success, Sharm started to turn to a MICE destination beside leisure, with numerous of international events held during the last 4 years, now Sharm El Sheikh is famous in hosting MICE business which can be combined with leisure, benefiting from guarantee sunshine all year around, complete infrastructure, crystal clear water, lovely beaches, and famous diving spots as well as nearby attractions.

The Maritim Hotel Company has an excellent reputation in the hotel sector and is the most well-known of all German hotel chains. Maritim stands for high-level comfort, first class ambience, culinary delights, personal service and hospitality, combined with relaxation and a wide range of sports and fitness facilities, large conference capacities and event services at the highest professional level. The wellbeing of their guests has always been in the centre of attention of all Maritim hotels.

The hotel renovation started mid. 2007 and included refurbishing all hotel rooms, restaurants, swimming pool area and more over opening a new state of the art Thai Spa that is in operation since November 2007, with the latest and most popular relaxing treatment, the new renovation is to ensure pleasure and satisfaction of all the hotel guests.

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