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Ramses Hilton Hotel & Casino 5 stars

Hotel in Cairo

Overlooking the Nile River and just a 5-minute walk from the Cairo Museum, the Ramses Hilton boasts an elevated pool terrace heated in the winter, an on-site casino and gym. Very helpful and smiley stuff. The food was great and the nile view from the room is picturesque. Lounge of 29th floor has amazing soft and hard drinks..it was very nice experience

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7.3
Good
4,764 reviews
Price from
£47
per night

Grand Nile Tower 5 stars

Hotel in Cairo

Luxurious rooms and suites offer views across the River Nile at Grand Nile Tower. The wellness centre also overlooks the Nile and the hotel features 8 restaurants and an outdoor pool. Breakfast is excellent buffet!

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7.3
Good
6,886 reviews
Price from
£42
per night

Steigenberger Hotel El Tahrir Cairo 4 stars

Hotel in Downtown Cairo, Cairo

Situated in Cairo in the Cairo Governate Region, 200 metres from The Egyptian Museum, Steigenberger El Tahrir features an outdoor pool and sauna. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. A special hotel, the cleanliness is of a high standard, the staff is very elegant, special thanks to the reception employee Mina and Salam, Professor Muhammad, thanks to the reception employee Mukhtar, and special thanks to the elegant lady Basma, we hope to visit you again as soon as possible.

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8.7
Fabulous
3,586 reviews
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£42
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Cairo Marriott Hotel & Omar Khayyam Casino 5 stars

Hotel in Zamalek, Cairo

Located in Cairo’s Zamalek district, the Marriott Omar Khayyam offers luxurious rooms with a balcony overlooking the Nile or the gardens. It features a casino and 15 food and beverage outlets. Wonderful support with utmost cordiality. The gentleman who received us in the reception Mr Ahmed was undoubtedly will be the great asset of Marriott. Every where people were so courteous and politely behave with us.

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7.9
Good
7,380 reviews
Price from
£67
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Sofitel Cairo Nile El Gezirah 5 stars

Hotel in Gezira, Cairo

Sofitel El Gezirah is a 5-star luxury hotel with a private promenade along the Nile. One of my best stays in Cairo so far , that was my second stay at the hotel but this time was way better although the first time was very good too but this time I was impressed by how far they go on the customer service part .the room service /house keeping was excellent and fast the hotel staff were so friendly yet not intrusive the hotel was services were very clean and COVID measures were in place. My Nile view at the 22 floor was to die for. I can see the glory of the pyramids from my room what a pleasure of the soul and the eyes. The hotel surprised me with a birthday cake It felt so much like home . Again thanks for everybody. The meni and the pedi girl at the salon ( ayah ) was so professional I really liked her work. The customer relation lady was checking daily for any thing that she can offer to make my stay more pleasant. Again thanks to this amazing hotel staff and management so many nice memories for me were started there.

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8
Very good
4,373 reviews
Price from
£63
per night

Novotel Cairo Airport 4 stars

Hotel in Heliopolis, Cairo

Novotel Cairo Airport offers 2 outdoor pools in the landscaped garden, free Wi-Fi and free airport shuttle. It is a 10-minute drive from the International Convention and Exhibition Centre. Proper Security Hygiene with plenty of Sanitizer in Lobby and F&B Outlets Fast Check In/Out Quite Rooms Clean and nice swimming pool Tasty Food Good Wifi

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7.3
Good
3,484 reviews
Price from
£37
per night

Fairmont Nile City 5 stars

Hotel in Cairo

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. The service, the staff, the hotel, everything

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8.4
Very good
6,806 reviews
Price from
£66
per night

Safir Hotel Cairo 5 stars

Hotel in Dokki, Cairo

A 10-minute walk from the Nile River embankment, Safir hotel in Cairo’s city centre offers luxurious rooms with balconies. It features an outdoor pool, gym and free Wi-Fi in public areas. Nice service, good breakfast, quiet, close to everything. Has a training room and spa.

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8.3
Very good
5,075 reviews
Price from
£33
per night

Kempinski Nile Hotel, Cairo 5 stars

Hotel in Garden City, Cairo

Located in Cairo’s affluent Garden City district, Kempinski Nile Hotel offers luxurious rooms on the shores of the Nile River. It features a wellness centre and a rooftop swimming pool. The location, and the view on the Nile

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8.5
Very good
4,332 reviews
Price from
£103
per night

Le Passage Cairo Hotel & Casino 5 stars

Hotel in Heliopolis, Cairo

Le Passage Cairo is only 2-minutes from the Cairo International Airport in Cairo’s Heliopolis district. The hotel offers fine restaurants, a discotheque and a casino. Great hotel. Very good internet. We wish to thank Maria, the guest relation manager for her politeness and friendliness. She welcomed us and described all facilities of the hotel.

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7.5
Good
2,852 reviews
Price from
£52
per night

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FAQs about hotels in Cairo

  • On average, 3-star hotels in Cairo cost £20 per night, and 4-star hotels in Cairo are £37 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Cairo can on average be found for £79 per night (based on Booking.com prices).

  • On average, it costs £28 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Cairo for tonight. You'll pay on average around £43 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Cairo will cost around £86 (based on Booking.com prices).

  • Golden Pyramids Inn, Garden Season Hotel and Crown Hotel are some of the popular hotels in Cairo.

  • Many families visiting Cairo loved staying at Almadiafa - المضيفه, Egy pyramids view and Pyramids Hills Inn.

  • Some of the best hotels in Cairo near Giza Pyramids include Comfort Pyramids inn, Pyramids Guest House and Cleopatra pyramids view.

  • Giza, Nasr City and New Cairo City are popular with other travellers visiting Cairo.

  • Travellers who stayed in Cairo near Cairo International Airport (CAI) have said good things about Le Meridien Cairo Airport, Heliopolis Towers Hotel and Hilton Cairo Heliopolis Hotel.

  • These hotels in Cairo are highly rated by couples: King Pyramids Hotel, Minerva Grand Boutique and Almadiafa - المضيفه.

  • For hotels in Cairo that serve up a highly-rated breakfast, try Egy pyramids view, Helnen Nile Roda Hotel and King Pyramids Hotel.

  • The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Cairo this weekend is £29 or, for a 4-star hotel, £43. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Cairo for this weekend cost on average around £84 per night (based on Booking.com prices).

  • Egy pyramids view, columbia sky city hotel and King Pyramids Hotel have received great reviews from travellers in Cairo regarding the views from their hotel rooms.

Resting Place of Pharaohs

Born of an ancient civilisation, Cairo is a vast metropolis centred around the Nile. Its sheer scale can feel overwhelming (especially when flying over it into Cairo Airport), so plan ahead. An obvious starting point are the Giza Pyramids. Although the pharaohs are long gone, the grandeur of their burial pyramids, the Sphinx and Solar Boat are testament to their ambition.

The city’s Egyptian Museum houses a dazzling display of ancient Egyptian artefacts, including finds from Tutankhamun’s tomb in Luxor. Around the corner is Tahrir, a huge square and focal point of the 2011 Egyptian Revolution.

East is Islamic Cairo, home to 9th-century Ibn Tulun Mosque, Al-Azhar Mosque (site of the world’s oldest university), and the Khan el-Khalili souk – remember to haggle. The Citadel, with its elegant Mohammed Ali Pasha Mosque, sits on a hill offering far-reaching city views.

If you want to step out of cultural tours, take a Nile cruise by felucca, spot wildlife in Wadi Digla desert park or visit Egypt’s top theme parks: Dream Park and Magic Land, where you can tour Egyptian TV studios.

Before heading to your Cairo accommodation, sample the local cuisine – the falafel and fuul (bean paste) are delicious. Turkish coffee is a staple and there are hundreds of shisha bars, while major Cairo hotels have bars serving alcohol.

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