Four Seasons Cairo Nile Plaza

1089 Corniche El Nile, PO Box 63, Cairo, 11519, Egypt
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Cairo's Best Hotel

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on April 19, 2007

If you are seeking a luxurious trip to Egypt, then the Four Seasons Hotel is the only place to stay. Yet you have a choice of two in Cairo! This tip is for the Nile Plaza one, located in Garden City (as opposed to the First Residence one, located in the Giza part of Cairo). I stayed at the Nile Plaza in April 2007 and the hotel proved to be as great as any Four Seasons around the world. The hotel is complete with restaurants, bar, spa, fitness centre, and a luxury department store. No complaints, but it is definitley more expensive than other five start hotels in Cairo.

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The Best of the Best... world class 5 stars

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on February 23, 2007

Ok, after trying to save some $$$ at the Mariott (read my other hotel tip) I got fed up and check out and asked to be taken here to The Four Seasons at Nile Plaza......wow what a world of change....from the minute you walk in, you know your in elite company...the lobby is perfectly designed, there isn't 10,000 people in the lobby, the air is clean. Everyone greets you with a smile.
We asked for a room on the executive floor, A room with a king bed was not available but they offered to sqeeze 2 very large double beds together to make a SUPER KING and we took the offer. Our room had a seperate living room and very nice and clean bathroom. To access the floor you must place the room key into the elevator slot and only the floor you are on will be allowed access too.
Security is huge here, cars approaching the hotel are asked to turn there engines off, open the trunk as 2 dogs sniff the sides and an armed guard check with a mirror for expolsives. Once at the top of the drive way guest must pass thru a metal detector and place bags into a x-ray machine like those similar to an airport.
Everything was perfect here, the rooms, the staff, the REAL conceirge, everything....
Only down side pricey isn't the word....VERY EXPENSIVE !!!!!!!! we paid $325 US dollars a night plus 25% TAX !!!!! WOW !!!!!! almost $400 US a night !!!!!!!
But that was my fault for trying to be cheap we ended up paying with our time and comfort...... well worth the $400 a night would do it again NO PROBLEM !!!!
Is this the best hotel in Cairo ???? Could be ????? Or is it the other Four Seasons in Giza ???? but plain and simple can't go wrong with the FOUR SEASONS HOTELS, if you can afford it don't hesitate !!!!!!!

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Very glamorous overlooking the Nile

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on April 7, 2006

I went there for a business meeting and lunch on my many travels into Cairo. Very elegant as soon as you walk in, with the huge vases of exotic flowers. Actually felt like I was among the elite of the international world, which was a strange feeling. The staff are very, very friendly (being a Four Seasons, I'm sure they were told to be so).

The steak house upstairs is quite nice, probably one of the best steaks I dared to eat whilst in Cairo. Quite pricey, but you're paying for corporate quality.

The air of the place is quite pretentious though (again, corporate quality), filled with rich people pretending to be somebody, and even if they were, they weren't hiding it.

Unique Quality: The views of the Nile are amazing, but I prefer those in the Grand Hyatt, which is just opposite. I wouldn't suggest driving to this hotel during the day - as anyone in Cairo will know, the traffic is a nightmare, and I'm quite sure I've seen my life flash before my eyes quite a few times.

I would really suggest this hotel for those who want to experience Cairo in style. If luxury is really not your thing, then avoid this hotel like tapped water in the city.

Directions: Along the Nile, just opposite the Grand Hyatt

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A good luxury hotel

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on January 22, 2006

I generally like Four Seasons. This one in Cairo is also nice, although I liked the Mena House better. Rooms have great views of the city. The breakfast is tasty. The location is quite central.

Unique Quality: Generally good. Nothing spectacular, though. Internet is very expensive at the hotel.

Very nice hotel

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on February 17, 2005

We had a very nice stay at the Four Seasons. The hotel was built Nov 2004. The staff was friendly and facilities were very nice.

Unique Quality: The Four Seasons has alot to offer. They have a lap pool, and indoor pool and an outdoor pool. Severl hot tubs, steam rooms, etc. ((Spa) It offers a very nice workout room overlooking the Nile along with sperate lounges for men/women to relax in.

Directions: Overlooks the Nile.

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Address: 1089 Corniche El Nile, PO Box 63, Cairo, 11519, Egypt

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