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Baron Hotels & Resorts Egypt received the Traveller Review Award 2021

Image credits: An image of the majestic Hotel Baron Palace in Hurghada.


Hard work pays off, it gives us great pleasure to announce that Baron Hotels & Resorts Egypt has received the Traveler Review Award 2021 by booking.com. Our team members are so grateful for all the positive reviews and ratings provided by our respected guests during this pandemic and challenging time.

Baron Hotels & Resorts promises all their valued guests to deliver exceptional services that exceed their expectations all the time. The Traveller Review Awards are part of an annual appreciation program that recognizes the hotels for their exceptional hospitality, as demonstrated by the review scores that travelers leave after their stay or experience.

Below are figures which show scores achieved by each hotel affiliated to the Baron Hotels & Resorts:

About Baron Hotels & Resorts Egypt is an Egyptian leading hotel management group that has established an outstanding reputation for hospitality excellence since 1980 with one thing in mind: delivering luxury experiences.

The boutique chain received numerous international awards throughout the years, from different renowned travel and corporate organizations from the UK, including Thomas Cook and Thomson and from Germany, including TUI and Studiousus, as well as the Egyptian Ministry of Tourism. It is annually recognized by international organizations such as Trip advisor, Holiday check and Top Hotels.

Official website of Baron Hotels and Resorts.


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