CAIRO, EGYPT -- (Marketwire) -- 01/29/13 -- From business travelers on the clock to vacationers attempting to stay off the grid, staying connected to home or office is an essential part of being on the road. The Cairo Marriott Hotel & Omar Khayyam Casino recognizes the needs of today's modern traveler and is happy to offer complimentary Wi-Fi in indoor public areas to all guests of its luxury hotel in Cairo.
This new Cairo hotel feature addresses "the inconvenience of having to be connected through a cable" and now offers guests the chance to "connect in a hassle-free experience with no cords and plugs" in the comfort of their room for just a small fee.
"The hotel's management strives for excellence and for the ultimate guest satisfaction. Guests expect to be able to access the Internet throughout their stay using their state-of-the art devices, which require a Wi-Fi connection. This has been a popular request by customers, and realizing it will have a great impact on the overall satisfaction of our guests."
Complimentary Wi-Fi in public areas is just one of the features available at this five-star hotel. Travel the world by tempting your taste buds at 15 different dining venues offering a range of cuisines including Middle Eastern, Japanese, Italian and French. Spend an evening with the entire family watching a film at the outdoor movie theater, or enjoy a night of adult entertainment at the world-class casino. Active guests can stay fit at the state-of-the-art gym or tennis courts, while a sauna, whirlpool and indoor and outdoor pools are great ways to relax after a long day. With affordable Cairo packages, the Cairo Marriott Hotel & Omar Khayyam Casino is an accessible luxury experience for all travelers.
To learn more about the features, history and present-day offerings of the Cairo Marriott Hotel & Omar Khayyam Casino, visit the hotel website at www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/caieg-cairo-marriott-hotel-and-omar-khayyam-casino/, where guests will find tips on wedding planning in Cairo, special offers and deals, detailed destination information and much more.
About the Cairo Marriott Hotel & Omar Khayyam Casino
Cairo's historic Palace Al Gezirah has hosted celebrities and royalty, and while it's now well-equipped to handle the needs of today's modern traveler as the Cairo Marriott Hotel & Omar Khayyam Casino, guests still enjoy the personal, attentive service that's been around since the hotel's historic beginnings. Surrounded by six acres of beautifully landscaped gardens in the city's commercial center, this luxury hotel offers elegantly appointed accommodations with rich details including fine linens, high-speed Internet access, air-conditioning, TV, a spacious desk, minibar and coffee/tea service. The five-star hotel's stunning views of the Nile and resort setting make it easy for guests to spend their entire visit exploring the grounds. Catch popular films at the outdoor movie theater, tempt Lady Luck at the world-class casino, stretch jet-lagged muscles at the gym or tennis court, or unwind at the indoor and outdoor pools, whirlpool and sauna. Explore the world's tastiest cuisines at this hotel's 15 dining venues featuring Japanese, Italian, French and Middle Eastern fare. Stunning grounds, 35,000 sq. ft. of event space, a 24-hour business center and a convenient location make this a top choice for meetings, conferences and celebrations. Egypt's top attractions are all within easy reach; explore the great Pyramids, Egyptian Museum of Antiquities, Khan el Khalili market, Coptic Church, Cairo Opera House and Mohamad Ali's Mosque.
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