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What We Love

  • Modern Middle Eastern cuisine at Byblos Restaurant
  • The Old World Le Bar Lounge’s classic cocktail menu
  • Waterview infinity pool with a separate spot for tots and butlers toting chilled towels and refreshing spritzes
  • Private beach with sunbeds and showers

What To Know

  • In-room dining and concierge services are available 24 hours a day
  • WiFi costs $21 per day
  • The beach is open in the summer months from 8:00 AM until dusk each day


  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Kids Club
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Modern Egyptian style on Alexandria’s waterfront with Lebanese delicacies and royal (spa) treatments

The Lowdown

The seaside Four Seasons Hotel Alexandria channels pharaonic opulence with multiple infinity pools, nine eateries and lounges and a two-story spa with 14 treatment rooms and indulgent experiences like 1001 Nights (a honey-almond-sesame seed peel followed by a Cleopatra-worthy salt bath and an 80-minute massage). The 118 guest rooms are similarly over-the-top with marble entryways, 32-inch flat screen TVs with DVD players, private bars, walk-in closets and marble bathrooms with deep-soak tubs and L’Occitane products. Make time to lounge on the San Stefano Private Beach, which has its own Mediterranean marina and an haute seafood spot.

In the Area

As one of the world’s largest ports, Alexandria has long been the meeting point and melting pot for countless cultures, its architecture a scrapbook of historic and modern traditions with an atlas-worth of influences. Explore the 15th century marine museum Fort Qaitbay, which incorporates the ruins of the original pharaohs, then shop the boutiques of the Alexandria City Center. Check out the palace of the former khedive in Montazah, a wild mashup of European and Middle Easter design. Indulge in a meal fit for a king in a former king’s offices at Al Farouk. Photos of princely weddings and coronations adorn a menu of regal dishes like Louis XV foie gras (served in a port wine sauce) and Ras el-Tin filet blanc et noir (veal and beef steaks with foie gras and mushrooms).

How to Get There

Four Seasons Hotel Alexandria at San Stefano
399 El Geish Road
Alexandria, 21599 Egypt


4.5 Very Good 707 Reviews
Reviewed 3 days ago

.very nice very good i hope i will visit again
we can consider it very nice visit i hope all people to visit same place .
it was very very nice and comfortable .very very nice visit i hope to
repeat it

Fantastic views, great service, but very expensive!
Reviewed 3 days ago

This is probably the best hotel in Alex, but then it is also probably the most expensive. And, it is really expensive. I do not think it is worth the money, but if you company is paying then it is a delight to stay here.

The rooms at the front of the hotel and simply amazing. The one that open onto the roof pools are sublime!

Service, rooms, linen; all standard for 4 star and above. Nothing particularly special/out of the ordinary.

Wonderful and luxurious place. Fantastic view overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. If you are seeking quality and comfort
Reviewed 4 days ago

Wonderful and luxurious place. Fantastic view overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. If you are seeking quality and comfort That is the place. Friendly staff keen to deliver exceptional service, very impressive food quality

Business as usual
Reviewed 1 week ago

Always a pleasure when one finds a facility where everything clicks effortlessly. If you’re in Alexandria, it might take you forever to experience everything. Whatever your pleasure, this facility will enhance it

Excellent Service, Suites in need of refurbishment
Reviewed 1 week ago

We stayed at the Four Seasons Alexandria for two nights with our 8 month old daughter. We were pleasantly surprised by the exceptional service of the staff members, but less impressed with the state of our first and second suite. The suite seemed dated and at parts even dirty and stained and furniture and appliances were not at the standards of other Four Seasons visited in the past. Moreover, the sink in our bathrooms were not functioning properly and despite the engineering team worked on them, they still appeared to be in a troubled state. On a final note, the fact that the hotel charges the use of the Nespresso capsules is somehow ridiculous. No other 5 star hotel or resort charges for the use of a capsule. The management should definitely rethink this, as it is something that makes a very negative impression upon arrival. The hotel facilities, SPA, restaurants, breakfast area, and bar were all spotless, the quality of food outstanding, and the room service impeccable. Overall, if the management addresses the issue of the dated suites, there would be nothing negative to comment on.