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Five-Star Hotel in Sharm El Shiekh Joins in Bringing Fun-Filled Day to Local Children

Sharm El Sheikh Marriott Resort Embraces Orphan's Day With 'Spirit to Serve'

SHARM EL SHEIKH, EGYPT -- (Marketwired) -- 05/02/14 -- Recognizing the importance of bringing awareness and support to the needs of orphans in the Sharm El Sheikh community, a prominent Naama Bay hotel continued its annual involvement in the area's Orphan Day celebration by helping to ensure a day filled with fun, warmth and compassion for the children.

A team of associates from the Sharm El Sheikh Resort, working in conjunction with associates from their sister hotel, the Renaissance, other Sharm El Sheikh Red Sea hotels and local companies, celebrated with the children on Friday, April 11, 2014 at the Marina Club.

A perfect example of how the luxury hotel team reaches out to embrace Marriott International's "Spirit to Serve" philosophy, associates spent the day ensuring children had a great deal of fun enjoying club activities at the Sharm El Sheikh Marina and served a lunch complete with desserts and drinks.

"All of our associates and in particular our Spirit to Serve Team did a fantastic job of ensuring that all the food items we had to provide were in place on time and ready to be enjoyed by all," said Elaine Watson, general manager of the Marriott's pristine beach hotel in Sharm El Sheikh. "It is a pleasure to participate in such worthwhile causes within our local community."

While the aim of celebrating Orphans Day annually is to raise awareness about the importance of integrated care for this vital and disadvantaged children's segment, Watson noted that the Sharm El Sheikh Marriott Resort is committed to reaching out and serving both the local and wider community in as many ways possible. Actively helping to meet the needs of neglected and orphaned children in the community is just one of the many examples in which Marriott hotels can endorse the corporate philosophy and enable Marriot International to make a significant impact in the personal well-being of those vulnerable to the effects of poverty and abandonment.

About the Sharm El Sheikh Marriott Resort

Welcoming Red Sea guests with an abundance of resort activities and gracious comforts, the Sharm El Sheikh Marriott Resort allows treats guests to the best of both worlds, whether seeking a beachfront escape or mountain getaway. Neatly nestled between the Saint Katherine Protectorate National Park and the Red Sea, guests may chose from an expansive offering of Mountain or Beach Resort guest rooms and suites, all lavishly furnished to meet a variety of travel needs. From the relaxing sandy beaches of Naama Bay to poolside services, mountain views and endless dining options, the resort is an oasis of opportunity sure to provide a remarkably fun and impressive vacation destination.

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