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Anglican conference centre opens in the heart of Cairo

Posted on: November 29, 2017 5:18 PM
Related Categories: AIC, Bp Anis, Egypt, Middle East

A new conference centre in the centre of Cairo has been opened by the Diocese of Egypt. The All Saints’ Garden Conference Centre is in Zamalek – an island within the River Nile. Situated in the diocesan office complex, the conference centre’s 16 deluxe rooms can accommodate up to 44 guests; while the conference rooms can cater for up to 100 people. Additional guests can be accommodated in a separate guest house across the road.

The rooms are equipped to five-star standard, and include a mini-bar, safe box, satellite television, and comfortable furniture. The conference centre has a 24-hour reception, coffee shop, and the All Saints Marhaba Restaurant, which serves a range of international cuisine.

“The location, size, and facilities make it perfect for any conference, retreat, meeting, or other event,” the Bishop of Egypt, Mouneer Anis, said. “We thank the Lord for His gift to us and we pray that this place will be used to glorify his name. We look forward to hosting the new Anglican Interfaith Commission in February.”

Further details are on the All Saints’ Garden Centre website.