top of page

FTI International Signs Contract to Manage Beach Safari Marsa Alam Hotel in the Red Sea Governorate of Egypt

Meeting Point, a hotel management company owned by FTI Group, a German company owned by Engineer Samih Sawiris, signed a new management contract for Beach Safari Marsa Alam Hotel.

Meeting Point Group, a hotel management company owned by FTI Group, a German company, and Beach Safari Marsa Alam Group signed a long-term strategic partnership agreement in the presence of Mr. Ibrahim El-Gamal, the financial manager of the group, Ms. Nadiya Ziani, the business development manager of FTI Group, and Mr. Hedi Issa, the executive director of the group in the Arab Republic of Egypt.


Beach Safari is located in Marsa Alam on the Red Sea, and offers modern air-conditioned rooms with advanced smart management systems. Wi-Fi service is available at this resort. It has an outdoor pool, a private beach area, a spa, and all water sports activities, as well as various upscale restaurants and entertainment facilities that make the tourist's stay an unparalleled pleasure.


The signing was attended by Mr. Boshra Ghali, Chairman of Beach Safari Group, Mr. Sameh Lotfi, Board Member, and Dr. Hossam Darwish, Business Development Consultant for the Group.

Mr. Boshra Ghali, Chairman of Beach Safari Group, expressed his happiness for concluding this strategic partnership with FTI Group for hotel management, adding that this partnership confirms Meeting Point and FTI Group's interest in investing and managing hotels in the Red Sea region as well as ensuring quality and excellence in the hotel sector.

Ms. Nadiya Ziani expressed her happiness with signing the contract, confirming that this partnership with Beach Safari is just the beginning of working with Mr. Boshra Ghali and his distinguished group and that she looks forward to more cooperation in the future.


It is known that FTI Group, headed by (Sabine Dorn-Aglagul), the CEO of hotels in FTI Group, is one of the most important international companies that work to bring thousands of tourists to regions of the world.



bottom of page