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
Not Value for Money
Fairmont Hotel much better
Lobby close at 1.
This hotel should have 24 hours lobby!
Bathroom very awful!
It’s last time I visit it
We came with the luggage and nobody help us to come to room!
Ok so this is the Four Seasons. We expected ‘out of this world’ experience. We didn’t get that kind of experience. It was very attentive service almost overwhelming at times and I was HUGELY disappointed by breakfast. Very simple and basic and spread was not wide, neither was it tasty, fruit was such a limited selection. We stayed at the Kempinski and their food and range for breakfast was wonderful and flavoursome… Room was nice-good shower and amenities. Lovely spa area but for the money you spend and what you get, you’re inclined to ask yourself if you are better off going a notch lower. We did and that was actually a better experience sorry to say…we didn’t have a bad experience…but for what it’s worth it wasn’t spectacular.
We spent four nights in this wonderful hotel overlooking the Nile River in Cairo. The staff were exceptional in looking after our needs. The suites have large, private balconies overlooking the River and the breakfasts are great. We would definitely return.