The Mena House Hotel Golf Course is the first golf course developed in Egypt. It remains the centerpiece of a multitude of outstanding entertainment facilities offered by Mena House Oberoi Hotel.
Nestled within close proximity of the fascinating Pyramids of Egypt, the 100,000 m2 golf course was upgraded to18 holes instead of nine within a nine fairway constraint. ECG designs provided entertaining views of gently rolling grass dunes, radiant white sand traps, strategically positioned lakes, natural treasures of old-growth flora, all complemented by an intense green buffer system to preserve players’ safety.
The golf course’s two-storey Club House also witnessed major renovation efforts. The intricately ornamented marble plaza and cobblestone parking lot added a touch of antique elegance to the Club House guest entrance.
Moreover, all Club House facades and interiors were dominated by the Arabian Islamic theme seen in other hotel buildings. The Club House components include a restaurant with indoor and outdoor facilities, standup bar, main kitchen, rest rooms and showers, lockers area, drop off and service yard, storage area, administration area, and retail section.
- Communications and security systems
- Construction management
- Construction supervision
- Design permits
- Design review
- Detailed design
- Tender Action
- Tender documents
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