Elegance and comfort mark the start of a new luxury experience
GROHE embraces Cairo’s new Premier Destination, Royal Maxim Palace
Indulging the confidence and precise use of geometric shapes with
authentic royal experience, GROHE, the leading bathroom fittings
manufacturer is adorning the deluxe rooms of Royal Maxim Palace
Kempinski in New Cairo.
Perfectly located in the heart of the city's new business and
commercial district, Royal Maxim Palace Kempinski offers luxury
accommodations in the center of New Cairo. Offering a feast of
color, art, music and treatments, the palace pays homage to
‘Resense’ Spa, the first European world-class spa in Egypt. It also
offers its guests a fully equipped fitness centre for ultimate
Kempinski’s signature rooms are fitted with award winning
collections from GROHE using the most innovative designs and
technologies while creating an authentic mix between cubic, linear
and gem designs. With its gem-like quality and structured shape,
the Allure Brilliant exudes architectural appeal, while the Allure
Brilliant collection delivers a pristine sensual experience with
its pared-down lines and open rectangular spout.
The Eurocube collection, offers cutting-edge, geometric styling
that perfectly aligns with modern cubic design trends. The
luxurious royal experience is perfected with GROHE’s first-class
installation system the Rapid SL, offering superior functions and
features along with the high-end Infrared Flush Valves uniting
innovation with sophistication, captivating the majestic feel of
GROHE is also cooperating with other multinational hotels by
displaying GROHE Eurosmart range in 1200 bathrooms at Marriott zone
among other hotels such as Hilton, Helnan, Accor and
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
approx. €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 is the global leader in the building materials and
housing equipment industries. Since April 2015, GROHE is part of
the global market leader LIXIL Water Technology that pools LIXIL’s
worldwide sanitary ware business in one single business unit with
GROHE remaining an independent brand
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