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Our room was looking at the kids pool which my 2-year-old enjoyed the most. Everything was up to par. However, there was no spa at the hotel. The other thing is that I didn't find the pillows comfortable.
This hotel is very nice, and it is located in the central part of Cairo, although at the very end of the road. I found that, even if it is walking distance from the Cairo Tower, and the Egyptian museum, it is not as close as other hotels in the area. Walking is somewhat rough, usually there is no ...
It is my designated hotel whenever I visit Cairo. As a frequent traveler I really enjoy their bed. My only complaint is, they offer only two choices for airport transportation: either free shuttle at the hour or pay $50 for the limousine. No choice to ride on a regular taxis
My daughter and I travelled to Cairo to attend a wedding. Our stay was definitely 5 star. The concierge staff handled all of our arrangements for tours and transportation with utmost competence. The extensive breakfast buffet, with multiple cuisines, is like nothing I have ever experienced. Beautifully ...
In the middle of islamic Cairo. Big rooms decorated with amazing taste. Not cheap but worth it
Wonderful Hotel from all aspects. Room is spacious. Although, the breakfast menu is every day the same, but I have enjoyed it. Overall, the hotel is fantastic.
Cairo is a cultured, intriguing city and its range of five star hotels echoes the same sophistication, individuality and superlative service that has long drawn discerning travellers here. Luxurious casino hotels, spa resorts and landmark hotels in Zamalek on Gezira Island, and in Old Cairo enjoy prime locations wonderfully close to the city centre’s irresistible energy, yet offer ample privacy and peace.
Book a luxury suite in Giza to enjoy views of the pyramids over breakfast on the terrace. Alternatively, revel in the refined elegance of the affluent suburb of Heliopolis, where upscale places to stay combine traditional charm with superb contemporary standards.
Tailoring a holiday exactly to your requirements is the essence of a luxury stay in Cairo. From private tours of the city’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites to classic Nile cruises and personal spa days, the city has a wealth of experiences custom-designed to enhance your stay.
Cairo also excels at shopping and offers an array of international malls to match its wonderful souks and local markets, bazaars and independent stores. Downtown galleries and venues provide exciting opportunities to discover interesting new art and artists, and they create fascinating counterpoints to the ancient marvels that make Cairo such a cultural icon.
Whether you want to have dinner in a revolving restaurant overlooking the desert or prefer the captivating mystique of legends like Café Riche, Cairo’s restaurants are as many and varied as the city’s culinary styles. Many top hotels also have renowned cocktail bars and lounges for pre-dinner drinks and nightcaps, which can balance a night out in one of the more ancient and atmospheric quarters beautifully.
Rich in literature, art, theatre and music, Cairo is never less than entertaining. Get dressed up for a night of arias and recitative at the Cairo Opera House, or for something a little livelier, see Al-Tannoura, the city’s only Sufi dance troupe, in action. Spend an evening watching them whirl and spin in ancient Wikala el Al-Ghouri on the edge of the hauntingly lovely Medieval quarter.