» The typical tourist has become younger and more of a spendthrift less interested in taking a flight to Luxor than in what drink to order by the pool. Anyone who doubts the shift only needs to catch a glimpse of international television commercials. Tourists are no longer being lured to Egypt by the promise of antiquities. Rather, golf, snorkeling, and bikinied women lounging on hammocks have become some of the country's main selling points. Hotels were affected first, he says. In the late 1980s and early 1990s, there was a boom in the number of five-star hotels that were being established, particularly in Cairo . Hotels had to offer increasingly competitive prices and packages for the tourist. It also meant that tourists weren't spending as much in the hotel as they used to a few years earlier because, along with the development of the hotels, there was a boom in the number of other facilities such as restaurants and bars.
» Egypt hotels. To choose from how do you decide. The area has an option of lodging suited for everyone. Families can select any number of full-service hotels that cater to their kids with programs, special meals and services designed just for them. Other resorts cater to singles who want to meet other like-minded folks. Eco-resorts are popping up throughout the Egypt . The Egypt region is a world of steamy delights; a top honeymoon objective. You'll find large developed, populated islands with all the modern conveniences and small, remote less populated islands, virtually untouched by development and waiting to be discovered.