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Spotlight on Hilton Hotels in Cairo

29 Nov 2014 18:00 PM

Spotlight on Hilton Hotels in Cairo
If you’re planning a trip to Egypt anytime soon, you’ll have a wealth of accommodation options. Here are five hotels of the highest quality we know you’d be happy with.

Conrad Cairo

Conrad Cairo is situated right beside the Nile, with every room providing a spectacular view of the river steeped in Egyptian history. Live, dine and relax in complete luxury in one of the best hotels in the country.

Guests can choose whether they would prefer a King Classic or a King Executive room, both of which are impeccably designed to maximise comfort levels. Added perks include TV, free WiFi and, if you’re staying in the Executive, a complimentary breakfast and free snacks throughout the day.

If you’re really looking to splash out, then there are a number of premium suits available. They include all the benefits of the regular rooms, as well as separate dining, seating and kitchen areas.

The hotel itself has top of the range pool, health club and beauty salon facilities, while there’s also a casino for those who enjoy gaming activities. If you’re looking for some exceptional food, then you only need to head to one of the hotels six bar and restaurant sites.

With trips available to the Giza Pyramids, evening boat rides on the Nile and plenty of fascinating museums all nearby – for the price of LE 840 per night – Conrad Cairo is an unbeatable hotel.

Ramses Hilton

Also based on the Nile - just a little further south than Conrad Cairo - is the Ramses Hilton, a hotel welcoming of couples, families and those in the capital on business. It is more of a budget option at just LE 528 per night, but the service and the levels of comfort provided are world class.

The simple yet classy guest rooms will give you a fantastic view, whether it’s of the Nile or the great city of Cairo. You can upgrade to a suite for a more spacious area with high-speed internet access or, if you really want to, you can go for an executive room to truly make yourself feel like royalty.

A panoramic view of the Nile and the city is available from the top of the building, where the delicious Windows of the World restaurant is located. Other than that you can enjoy some high-quality fitness facilities, including a gym, a sauna and an outdoor pool.

As mentioned, a trip to the Giza Pyramids is a must, while the city also has plenty of cultural offerings in the Museum of Islamic Art and the Cairo Opera House.

So if you’re looking for an affordable stay in luxury accommodation, check out Ramses Hilton.

Hilton Pyramids Golf Resort

Perhaps you’re looking for somewhere more accessible to physical activity, in which case Hilton Pyramids Golf Resort is perfect for you. As the name suggests, it’s built upon a world class golf resort with three different courses – where you also have an incredible view of the Giza Pyramids.

Based just outside of Cairo in The 6th of October City, this hotel is the ideal location for corporate trips. A high-quality business centre is available for meetings of all levels to take place, after which you are in the perfect place to relax. Play a few holes, hit the gym or refresh yourself in the spa.

There are two restaurants available with a great selection of food and drinks, while you can also take your pick of four bars. If you feel the need to be a bit more active, then you can head off the resort and go to Dreamland Park – the water park literally just around the corner from the hotel.

Your room options are narrow but they will not disappoint. The Executive rooms are of the highest quality, but even the regular rooms are of an excellent standard, and are provided with everything you need to have an enjoyable stay in Egypt – all for the reasonable price of LE 873 per night.

Cairo Hilton Hotel Apartments Trade Centre

Also ideal if you’re in the capital for work is Cairo Hilton Hotel Trade Centre, conveniently part of the World Trade Centre overlooking the Nile.

Only ten minutes away from the business district this particular establishment is aimed at providing accommodation to corporate clients – as the LE 1240 price would suggest.

The hotel’s Lounge Restaurant is an exquisite dining experience any time of the day, whether you’re after a buffet breakfast or pre-dinner drinks. While this may be your only onsite option for eating, it is of the highest quality.

You may have decided to book your stay at Cairo Hilton Hotel Trade Centre so you can get some work done, but you can always relax later on by the pool, or grab a friend and have fun with the table tennis available.

In terms of the accommodation, you can either choose a guest room or a suite – both of which will provide you with an extremely satisfying stay in the nation’s capital.

You’ll be able to look out in the morning on one of the hotel’s many spectacular views, while TV and high-speed internet access is also there for you to use.

Hilton Zamalek Residencies

Experience the unique nature of Zamalek Island by staying at Hilton Zamalek Residencies, the hotel that gives you stunning views of the Nile from the west side. Take your pick between an exceptionally welcoming guest room or, if visiting with a group of people, one of the suites on offer.

You’ll have a choice of five restaurants to eat at, some of which are inside while some are based out in the open to give you a great view of the river. You might find yourself wanting to dine out, in which case there are plenty of wonderful places in the local area, with a variety of foods available.

It is almost impossible not to relax at this hotel. With an outdoor pool you can unwind under the sun, refresh in the water or even treat yourself to a massage. At a price of LE 847, you can’t complain about all the perks you’ll be getting here.

And with all the things you can do in the capital, such as visiting the Cairo tower (one of the tallest buildings in Africa), shopping in the Hassan Sabry and taking a trip to the Museum of Modern Egyptian Art, Hilton Zamalek Residencies is a great option.

Have you stayed at a Hilton Hotel in the Cairo area? What was your experience like? Let us know in the comments.


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