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Egyptian Museum receives an extensive clean-up as part of the hotel’s community outreach program

Cairo Egypt, April, 2017 – One hundred ladies and gentlemen from The Nile Ritz-Carlton, Cairo, lead a clean-up day at one of the world’s great treasure houses - The Egyptian Museum, reflecting the hotel's ongoing commitment and dedication to not only to the local community but to preserving Egypt’s rich heritage.

The team at the hotel conducted an extensive cleaning operation in the museum garden and the surrounding areas. “The Egyptian museum is a treasure discovery of history and art. It houses the King Tut in addition to over 100,000 artifacts. As the first stop for most guests interested in Egypt’s Pharaonic past, it is essential for us as a community to ensure that they have a memorable experience by investing our time and effort to maintain the museum. We were able to use our expertise in housekeeping and service to enhance the area of one of our community’s leading destinations.” said Sara Ibrahim, Director of Public Relations of The Nile Ritz-Carlton Hotel.

The Ritz-Carlton team undertook the activity as part of the brand’s Community Footprints initiative, which fosters community engagement by the ladies and gentlemen of the Ritz-Carlton with the aim of making positive social impact in local communities.

The Nile Ritz-Carlton, Cairo is distinguished by the stunning panoramic views of the River Nile, it offers business and leisure travelers, a historic retreat offering world-class services and amenities, including extensive dining options and meetings and banqueting facilities.