Water Indulgence at the Mövenpick Resort El Quseir

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GROHE contemporary designs to complete the traditional Nubian Resort

Pursuing the complete satisfaction and relaxation of visitors, GROHE, the leading bathroom fitting manufacturer, is equipping the rooms at Mövenpick Resort El Quseir with its high-end product ranges.

Located amidst sandy mountains and deep blue seas, Mövenpick Resort El Quseir is built in a Nubian style to give off an intimate vibe. With its beautiful private sandy beach, the resort has its own house reef with an array of stunning marine life, making it a perfect vacation destination for serenity seekers as well as adventurous people.

GROHE will install a collection of its exceptional Lineare basin mixers with the SilkMove technology offering the smoothest handling for effortless precision and ultimate lifetime comfort. Rooms will be also equipped with the Lineare concealed shower mixers with made-to-last surfaces ranging from precious matt to shiny like a diamond. With its innovative DreamSpray quality, GROHE Rainshower Solo showers will offer guests luxurious revitalization and wellbeing. GROHE will adorn the bathrooms with a range of its unique accessories such as the Allure Toilet paper holder and the Allure Towel ring as well.

GROHE’s unique and innovative bathroom facilities can be found in many other multinationals hotels across Egypt such as Royal Maxim Kempinski, Hilton Hotels, and Helnan Landmark Hotel.


GROHE is the world’s leading provider of sanitary fittings.

With its global GROHE brand, the company has relied on its brand values of technology, quality, design and sustainability for decades to deliver “Pure Freude an Wasser”.

GROHE has a global workforce of around 6,000 people. There are about 2,400 employees working in Germany. GROHE runs three production plants in Germany as well as several plants in other markets. In 2014, the company generated consolidated sales of €1.2 billion with its comprehensive product portfolio for bathroom and kitchen. Some 85 percent of its sales are currently generated outside Germany.

GROHE was taken over by the LIXIL Group and the Development Bank of Japan in January 2014.

The LIXIL Group, which is organized as four technology business units, is the global leader in the building materials and housing equipment industries. GROHE is part of the LIXIL Water Technology business unit and led as an independent brand.

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