In Cairo there are some fabulous luxury places to stay. This is mainly becuase it gets so many tourists. There is a famous place called the Meridean. It over looks the Nile and is fit for a star!
I am not sure of the exact price range but for one of the best hotels in Egypt I think it's going to be quite expensive!
It is so unique because of it's location and is so beautiful inside and out! It had marble floors when you enter and beautiful stairs. It all seems to be perfect. One thing I remember is at the reception on the wall is the time of each country!
Cairo Marriott Palace, built as it is around a magnificent royal residence that was constructed, and with no expense spared, on the orders of the Khedive Ismail, to mark the opening of the Suez Canal, in 1869. Elegantly detailed and lovingly restored, its antique-adorned interior forms the core of a grand hotel which marries traditional grace with the contemporary panache of dramatic twin towers offering the finest of modern accomodations. The setting is fittingly grand--amid six acres of lush and tranquil gardens on an island of the mighty river Nile, at the very heart of Cairo. The Cairo Marriott Hotel & Casino brings a whole new dimension to the art of good living; 12 high speed lift whisks guests to the cosseting comfort of 1,250 luxury rooms, including executive and corporate suites, in addition to seven presidential suites--all tastefully furnished and equipped to the most demanding international standards.
24-hour room service
Child care services available
Full business center
Secretarial services available
Safe deposit box at front desk
Rental car desk: Available/budget desk
Airline desk: Available/egypt travel
i live in cairo in nasrcity,this place is very busy place ,it is full of shops,restaurants,cinemasand shopping mall.
the most famous street is called abas el akkad street,this place never sleep so you can spend your night life there.
IBEROTEL Grand Sharm... after all the dusty desert roads and armed checkpoints from Cairo to Sharm El Sheikh... this was one Oasis I will never forget.
This extensive and newly built four-story resort hotel, on the edge of the Red Sea, invites you to relax on your beach vacation in an exotic atmosphere with the cultural sights and sounds that you would expect to enjoy on a trip to this ancient land.
Tastefully furnished you can choose rooms with a sea, pool or garden view. Each room features a balcony or terrace... perfect for watching the sunrise over the Red Sea!
Our room was equipped with shower/WC/bidet, air conditioning/heating, direct-dial telephone, satellite TV, mini-bar, hairdryer and safe. I've heard this is a standard feature in the rest of the hotel rooms too.
Room service is available 24 hours a day.
as i mention before cairo is a huge city..but also has nice clean neighbors...the best ones in order are'MASR EL GADEDA'..., 'MAADI' finally'ZAMALEK'..
THE MAGIC HOTEL
10, El Bustan St. Eltahrir Sq. Cairo, Egypt Tel.: 5795918 E-Mail : email@example.com
This nice little hotel is superbly located in the very centre of Cairo, near the Egyptian Museum, and is the best choice for budget travellers. The friendly staff will help you making reservations for flights, boats, transfers from/to the airport...
Saraya El Gezira Street, Cairo. Price: $US 125 to $US 135
A huge western style hotel with a nice swimming pool that was like an oasis after rushing through the streets of Cairo (as you can see in the photo). The rooms are big, with views to the gardens & swimming pool.
THE MENA HOUSE OBEROI
Pyramid's Road. Giza. Cairo. Tel: +20 2 383 3222 Fax: +20 2 383 7777
If you can afford it, this mytical hotel is a real luxury. One of the joys of staying at the Mena House Oberoi is that as may of Egypt's magnificent treasures are but a stone's throw away. The Sphinx is literally on the other side of the golf course, and the site of the Step Pyramid of Zoser and the legendary Tomb of Ti only a little further.
In its 40 acres of jasmine scented gardens with the Great Pyramid towering above, the Mena House has seen enchanting distinguished guests ever since it opened in 1869. There's even an old story the staff love to tell about a guest who asked where the Pharaohs stayed when they were building their Pyramids. 'At the Mena House of course, where else?' was the happy reply. Beautiful and arabesque furniture inlaid with mother of pearl, hand-crafted mosaic tiles, exquisitely carved brass-bound wood doors, original works of art and magnificent antiques all speak of a degree of care and attention to detail rarely found in a modern hotel. Though barely 20 minutes by car from the center of Cairo, the Mena House Oberoi is a positive oasis of quiet good taste, luxurious living and delightfully attentive staff.
I stayed at the Cairo Marriott, in Zamalek. I'm not sure I can wholeheartedly recommend this hotel, but at least the neighborhood and the hotel's courtyard area were nice. Although multiple people familiar with the city told me that the Marriott is the best hotel in Cairo, I was underwhelmed by the run-down rooms and really poor food at the restaurants. Usually I am not the type to stick to hotel restaurants at all, but since I was traveling alone and didn't feel all that comfortable eating by myself in this city, I caved in and ate at the hotel. Big mistake. The food was terrible.
I spent about US$130 per night at this hotel.
The Marriott does have a great view of the Nile and the city, and on a clear-ish day you can spot the Pyramids from the upper floors. This photo was taken out the window of the hotel. Another great feature is the hotel's courtyard, which is a great place to sit and take in 'haute Cairo' enjoying a day in the sun. It's one of those places where if you don't have a tiny cell phone and a big pair of dark sunglasses, you feel like there's something wrong with you. Still, it's very entertaining and a good way to relax for a few hours.
On my first trip to Cairo, I stayed at the Noran Hotel, 13 Mohamed Khalak Street. Given that this was in 1994, I will give the number I have for it but it may not be up-to-date: 20-2-360-4448 or -4447. It was a nice place and relatively cheap. The second trip I stayed at a very, very nice hotel that was within walking distance of the pyramids. I raved about the hotel in my journal but failed to write down its name, however. I will try to locate in my mess of travel stuff someday so I can post it here, but that will be quite an undertaking!
Well, I just stayed at the Youth Hostel most of the time, which was fairly basic, but i met some lovely people there. I also stayed at Rose Hotel on Sharia Talaat Halb for a couple of nights... that was when I found out about a fascinating anatomical display at University. Not for the faint hearted! Hmm....
For good accomodation, I have to say the Marriot looked rather appealing!
as I said in the egypt page,many people from the airport or taxis will drive you to disgusting places,just because they receive a commission.So I prefer not to say where I slept,to be sure you won't go.But st georges's hotel in giza is not so bad,near the zoo.
these 3 hotels above are average,clean but not luxuous,you won't have to pay 1000 $ for the night,but also you won't have to sleep with rats;it is for people like me who like to sleep in a decent place without having to get ruined
Two places good and cheap where you can sleep are the tois pyramids hotel, the double cost 44 U$D., or the Europe Caior Hotel where the double cost 42 U$D.
Per Double Room 60 US$ per night instead of 80 US$ Bed and Breakfast basis .
Per Single Room 50 US$ per night instead of 64 US$ Bed and Breakfast basis .
Per Triple Room 75 US$ per night instead of 95 US$ Bed and Breakfast basis .
- Above Rate are included all kinds of taxes and service charge .
- Half board supplement 08 US$ Per Person Per Meal .
-Family Plan & Children Policy: Children until 12 years are free of charge in their parents room.
Room Facilities & commendation: The Hotel Pharaoh Egypt offers 140 including Suites: 23 with private bathroom fully air conditioning, Cable/Satellite TV, radio, international
telephone & Fax all day round , Mini bar. Hotel Facilities: The Hotel Pharaoh Egypt provides 24 hour room service, Laundry and dry-cleaning service, Health Club (gym -sauna - steam baths- massage) , Beauty saloon , parking ,Restaurant, Money Exchange ,Coffee can be had 24 hours a
day in the Pharaoh Egypt Coffee Shop, Shopping Arcade, Nonsmoking rooms , bazaar you can meet any of your daily needs or buy souvenirs and perfumes , bookshop and gift shop, Hairdresser.
Meeting Facilities: The Hotel Pharaoh Egypt provides (M.F.U) multi-functional air conditioning
banquet rooms with up to 120 seats, as well as conference & meeting room & convention room.
Business Facilities: conferences center & meeting room accommodating from 10 till 120 -business center.
Dining: Onas Restaurant Serving A La Carte menus and serves up oriental food ,Pool Side Cafe at 13 Th. Floor on the rooftop while overlooking the Nile for light meals and snacks with light music and parties.
Leisure Facilities: a swimming pool on the roof with a view of the pyramids in the horizon .
Credit Cards Accepted: American Express/ Carte Blanche/ Diners /Mastercard /Visa card.
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