14 Jan 2016

The Oberoi Philae, Luxury Nile Cruiser to embark on Aswan-Luxor adventure

Luxury connoisseurs yearning for an out-of-the-box experience in culture-fuelled Egypt need look no further as The Oberoi Group has announced that The Oberoi Philae, Luxury Nile Cruiser is soon to set sail between Aswan and Luxor, offering the elite the option of four and six night itineraries. 

“We are pleased to present The Oberoi Philae, Luxury Nile Cruiser which offers the highest standards of luxury and hospitality,” P.R.S. Oberoi, executive chairman, The Oberoi Group said. 

“The Oberoi Group has been consistently recognised as amongst the best in the world, and I am confident that The Oberoi Philae, Luxury Nile Cruiser will continue this tradition and offer travellers an unparalleled experience on the Nile,” he added. 

The Oberoi Philae, Luxury Nile Cruiser is the high-end hotelier’s second luxury cruiser on the Nile, with The Oberoi Zahra already in operation.

The vessel is home to 22 beautifully designed cabins and suites equipped with the latest technology and high-speed WiFi, with picturesque views of the Nile. Those experiencing the nile cruiser will also enjoy a variety of other facilities including a restaurant serving delicious Western, Asian and Middle Eastern cuisine; a temperature-controlled swimming pool and poolside restaurant; a chic bar and cigar lounge furnished with intimate tables a dance floor; a state-of-the-art movie theatre; a 24-hour gymnasium; and The Oberoi Spa. 

An experience to be remembered forever, Oberoi Philae, Luxury Nile Cruiser will the luxury traveller through 5,000 years of captivating Egyptian culture, all of which is complemented by flawless Oberoi service and stunning surroundings.

Mahmoud Nourelden, boat manager, The Oberoi Philae, Luxury Nile Cruiser enthused: “The luxury Nile cruiser will offer the discerning traveller an oasis of tranquility with service which is warm, intuitive and personalised. We are confident that the cruiser will add tangible value to the hospitality sector in Egypt.”