EXPERIENCE CAIRO, EGYPT’S ICONIC CAPITAL WITH A LUXURY HOTEL SET ALONG THE NILE RIVER.
The Nile Ritz-Carlton, Cairo carries a rich legacy of tradition and luxury. Overlooking the Nile River lies the iconic luxury hotel, offering leisure and business travelers an opulent retreat in the heart of Cairo. The hotel marries the “bucket-list” city with world-class services; offering splendid amenities including more than nine distinctive restaurants and bars, a lavish spa and unprecedented service promising you an unforgettable getaway.
The elegantly appointed 331 rooms including 50 suites are designed to pamper your senses with the finest amenities. Overlooking either the legendary Nile or the historical Egyptian Museum.
Opposite the Nile River, this upscale hotel is 1 km from the Egyptian Museum of Antiquities and the Cairo Opera House.
The elegant rooms with fine linens and marble bathrooms also feature balconies with city or river views, plus flat-screen TVs, coffeemakers and minibars. Suites add separate sitting areas; some have formal dining rooms and access to a private lounge with free breakfast. Room service and Wi-Fi are available.
There are 4 restaurants, 3 bars, 2 lounges and a pastry shop. Other amenities include a spa, a fitness center, a kids’ club and an outdoor pool.
LUXURY NILE RIVER HOTEL
As the first luxury hotel in Egypt, The Nile Ritz-Carlton, Cairo has hosted generations of guests throughout the years. Set along the River Nile, the downtown hotel upholds its legacy and the city’s ancient history. Accommodations with historical photographs, dining that stays true to traditional flavors and lush gardens overlooked by the iconic Egyptian Museum tell the story of a Cairo hotel bridging the past with the present.
- Nine dining options and rooftop lounge
- Lavish spa with signature treatments
- Olympic-sized pool and fitness center
- Large ballroom with space for 1,200
- Outdoor event space with stunning views
- Luxury rooms overlooking the River Nile
A CAIRO HOTEL OFFERING VIEWS AND LIVELINESS
In the heart of downtown, The Nile Ritz-Carlton, Cairo has some impressive neighbors. Out front, the River Nile carries feluccas and ancient tales. Just a short distance from the hotel, guests can shop in the bazaar ditrict, visit the Egyptian Museum, home to the country’s treasured artifacts, and take a stoll through Tahrir Square. Hotel guests are encouraged to explore all sides of the city, from the iconic Pyramids to the Cairo Opera House. And on a hot summer day, the hotel’s Olympic-sized pool, fringed with private cabanas, is the perfect escape.