Situated in Cairo’s affluent Garden City district, Kempinski Hotel offers luxurious rooms on the shores of the Nile River. It features a wellness centre and a rooftop swimming pool. Each of Kempinski’s rooms offer free WiFi and high definition LCD TVs with satellite channels and a free minibar with soft drinks. For guests’ comfort, it offers a butler service and pillow concierge. The bathrooms are marbled. Kempinski’s full-service spa and wellness centre offers complimentary hot tubs, steam rooms, and saunas. Guests can also enjoy professional massages, or cool off in the outdoor swimming pool on the hotel’s rooftop. Nile Hotel Kempinski boasts a variety of restaurants and bars, including the Osmanly offering Ottoman cuisine. Guests can also enjoy French dining at the Blue Restaurant or drink champagne at the Floor 10. Kempinski Nile Hotel is 5 minutes’ walk from downtown Cairo and from the Egyptian Museum. Cairo International Airport is 25 km away, and the Pyramids of Giza and the Cairo Citadel are 20 minutes away by car.
The Sofitel El Gezirah is located at the residential district of Zamalek. Zamalek being an island, traveling around the city of Cairo becomes time-consuming and hence a minus point for the business traveler. Yet, the conference and business facilities provided at the hotel itself is considered second to none. The hotel has its fair share of leisure activities like a casino and spa. Prominent outdoor activities around the area includes the Cairo Opera House. Sofitel El Gezirah offers a wide variety of tempting dining options where you can spend a lovely time with your family such as Buddha Bar, Sud, Deck (Le), Vendome or Kebabgy (El). For drinking options, there is Window On The Nile and Sunny Bar.
Located in the Nile City Towers by the River Nile, this 5-star hotel features a rooftop pool deck with spectacular views across Cairo to the Pyramids. It offers 7 food and beverage venues. All of the Fairmont Nile City rooms are soundproof and decorated with elegant Art Deco furnishings. They come equipped with a work desk and interactive IPTV. The bathrooms have rain showers with sliding shutters. Some rooms offer a panoramic Nile view or city view. Fairmont Nile City provides modern equipment at its spacious fitness centre. There is also a well equipped business centre on site. Guests can enjoy gourmet dining at the Asian Fusion Saigon Restaurant and Lounge as well as Italian favorites at L’Uliveto. Guests can also enjoy Al fresco dining on the panoramic rooftop terrace. Bab El Nil offers night-time entertainment and Middle Eastern cuisine. Fairmont Nile City is located just 23.5 km from Cairo Int’l Airport and Cairo Museum is within 10 minutes drive away. Nile Towers Mall is footsteps away from the hotel.
Located in the New Cairo locality, also known as the 'Land of Gold' Dusit Thani LakeView Cairo is a 5-star luxury hotel surrounded by majestic waterfalls and crystal clear water bodies. The hotel is a brisk 20-minute drive from Cairo International Airport and is connected by the expressway leading to Giza. The rooms are tastefully done, featuring modern decor, comfortable beds and floor-to-ceiling windows offering breathtaking views of the scenic environment outside. Suites come with plush furnishings, an additional bedroom and living areas. The property also includes a contemporary spa, a kid's club, meeting rooms, outdoor swimming pools and a variety of dining options.
Just a short walk from the Pyramids, almost half of the rooms in this beautiful hotel have stunning views of the World's Seventh Wonder, while others overlook the cool blue swimming pool. Operating as a self-contained village, this full-amenity hotel is a great option for those with only a few days to spend and an agenda for relaxation. Rooms are decorated in soft tones with ample room to spread out, and the hotel is very children-friendly.
With two stately towers overlooking the Nile, a casino, a cinema and numerous shops and restaurants, this impressive hotel is a city in itself. Its location is convenient for those planning to spend equal time visiting the Pyramids, Islamic Cairo and just relaxing along the Nile. Its elegant rooms are fully equipped for executive travelers, and the views just keep getting better the higher up you go.
Originally built in 1869 as a palace for the French Empress Eugénie, this gorgeous hotel in a tranquil setting on an island in the Nile, remains fit for royalty. Seamlessly integrating traditional elegance and contemporary comforts, its rooms are tastefully furnished and fully equipped. Two modern towers encapsulate a lush garden with pool and ornate golden palace facade; a truly magical place at sunset. The rates drop substantially in summer.
A rare find indeed, this hotel is centrally located in the upscale suburb of Zamalek yet is still firmly within the backpacker's budget. The neighborhood is one of Cairo's greenest, and is home to plenty of fine shops and restaurants. The rooms are clean and airy and most have air conditioning. Be sure to head upstairs to the shady rooftop terrace at sunset.
Setting a new standard in luxury and service, every room in this 24-story Nile-side deluxe hotel has a captivating river view. The spacious rooms are elegantly decorated and come with every modern amenity. Ideal for business travelers, the hotel has five executive floors, extensive conference facilities and even a helipad. It is also very conveniently located, just five minutes from Cairo's financial and shopping districts, and within easy reach of all its leisure destinations.
This towering hotel offers commanding views of the Nile and is just a short walk from the Egyptian Museum and the city's commercial center. It boasts a full range of amenities, executive services and shopping, as well as an adjacent shopping mall with 233 boutiques that will keep even the most inveterate shopper happy. Crossing the chaotic streets outside the hotel; however, can be harrowing so watch out.
This might just be Cairo's best three-star hotel option. Centrally located on an island that is one of the city's greenest districts, the hotel overlooks a shady street that is packed with college students during the day, but very quiet at night. It occupies two floors in a building and is run by a helpful Egyptian woman and her German husband who keep it spotlessly clean. People have been known to spend all day relaxing on its pleasant garden terrace.
Extremely popular with Arab tourists, this glitzy blue hotel on the Nile bank commands an impressive view of the river and Cairo Tower. The rooms are comfortable and offer great panoramas, but they are overpriced, given the lack of amenities. They also tend to be noisy at night, especially on weekends.