Four Seasons Hotel Cairo Nile Plaza
What We Love
- Indoor, outdoor and lap pools to help you beat the heat
- Pharaonic massage with aromatic poultices at Cairo’s largest spa
- Massive collection of modern Egyptian art
What To Know
- The fitness center, sauna and whirlpool are open 24 hours a day
- Wired and wireless Internet access is available
- The kids’ pool is open until sunset and is perfect for guests ages 4 to 12
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Gilded deco glamour, modern Egyptian art and panoramic views of the mighty Nile make this today’s answer to a Pharaonic palace. On-site eateries cover pretty much the entire cuisine spectrum, from Italian to Shanghainese to a 24-hour lounge serving up local dishes. DJs spin and live bands play at the Graffiti Bar and Lounge, and stylish locals and guests check out the pool scene from their perch at the Shisha Lounge. The 365 gold-ornamented rooms, some of the largest in Cairo, pamper with pillowy mattresses, marble bathrooms with deep-soaking tubs and, in most, private outdoor terraces for taking in the historic views.
In the Area
Sitting by the Nile in one of Cairo’s most storied districts, the Four Seasons Hotel at Nile Plaza puts you in the middle of some of the city’s best restaurants and nightlife. Mediterranean cuisine with a Milanese spin is complemented by house-made ice creams and pre-dinner cocktails at the 30s-style La Bodega Aperitivo & Bistro. For a canopy-topped, lounge-style dinner, head over to Sequoia restaurant. To get a little more well-versed in Cairo’s history (and its sunshine), spend afternoons at the 482-foot Great Pyramid or the 74-acre, hilly Al-Azhar Park.
How to Get There
Felt very safe and had a spacious room with a Nile River view. Get a room with a river view. Avoid hard alcohol; prices are crazy due to tariffs. There is a service charge (for what I do not know), that does not go to the staff. The pool has about 20 lounges for about 200+ rooms. Some room for improvement, but probably better than the alternatives. Tip well; it is nothing for people from most developed countries and makes a huge difference for the local people.
We just arrived home from our holiday and after staying at two hotels I can say that this hotel is very good and alot better than the one we stayed at in sharm El sheikh called aqua blue hotel. The service is much higher and the good quality is very good.
I’m regular guest in fourseson hotel and I have a situation in the bar with a person named Raymond. I requested for an Italian red win and he bring Egypt win after me I tested I fell is not that I requested I call him and I ask that win is Italian win he smiled and told me is Egyptian win u don’t like Egypt and he not respect me at all After that, when I tried to attack him he Let me speak and go and I call him again he not accepted After that I till Ahmad Hanafi abut that situation he talk with me and put his hand in his pocket his not respect me and didn’t take any reaction pleas fourseson I been since 2011 in our place I ask for a position and legal response
In June weather is so beautiful in Egypt and this hotel is the best destination.
I recomend this hotel.
Beautiful views, services and location.
Staff were so professional and welcoming.
Calm and quite rooms with comfy beds.
Very nice food and fresh vegetables.
The Four Season on the Nile is one of the best hotels in which I have ever stayed.
We stayed here twice - at the beginning and end of our trip. On our second visit we had a river view and balcony.
This hotel has the best service of any hotel in which I’ve stayed in recent years. This service was in all areas of the hotel - from the moment we walked through the door to when we left.
The various restaurants are also excellent. There was a vast array of delicious pastries as part of the breakfast buffet each morning, worthy of the best French patisserie.
The bar staff were excellent and we were provided with complementary delicious snacks with our drinks.