Eden Rock Hotel Sharm’s Work of Art
The story of the Eden Rock Hotel in Sharm El Sheikh begins with a single tile.
The developers came across the striking ceramic tile, featuring a spiral motif, during construction of the hotel. At the corner of the tile were the words inspired by Gustav Klimt. Thus began a two-year drive to transform what was essentially a concrete shell isolated on a cliff, into a luxury hotel, with luxurious furnishings and interiors inspired by the art of this turn of the century painter.
Majestically located on the cliffs overlooking Naema Bay, Eden Rock is a boutique hotel that promises to inject a much-needed dose of character into Sharm El Sheikh’s famous resort industry. Eden Rock is not simply a hotel; it is a concept.Its aim is to capture the aesthetic qualities belonging to the long forgotten world of turn-of-the-century Vienna.
The hotel’s interiors are captivating. Klimt’s bold and dramatic motifs, shown on fabrics, furniture and on the walls, are reminiscent of the strong style of the past. The contemporary furniture is designed to reflect Klimt’s Art Noveau work, all the while recognizing the requirements for comfort and practically dictated by the environment in which the hotel is located. There is a keen attention to detail. Every design has been hand-painted, every tile hand-laid, and every interior planned with the specific intention of creating a haven of luxury and relaxation.