The St. Regis Cairo
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At a Glance
- A new luxury hotel offering contemporary accommodation on the banks of the River Nile
- Michelin-star dining from famous New York chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten
- Signature Iridium Spa with ice rooms, vitality pools and couples’ massages
- A spacious collection of rooms, suites and apartments offering plush extras in accommodation suitable for couples and families
- Outdoor and indoor swimming pools, and a fully-equipped fitness center on-site
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Egypt enjoys a mild climate, making it a good year round destination. However, temperatures increase as you travel due south. Cairo can be chilly between December and February, and very hot between June and September. But the heat in Egypt is made bearable by the northerly breeze that leads to a drop in temperature at night. Peak temperatures in Upper Egypt occur between May and October, and are accompanied by extremely low humidity. The best time to visit Cairo is in the cooler months between November and March
Cairo has long-standing populations of major religious groups and past colonial powers, so it’s possible to find celebrations for most every major vacation. Islam, however, is the prevailing force here, and the month of Ramadan is one of the most pronounced Islamic vacations. It happens in July or August, and during this time, some shops and restaurants may stay closed during the daytime fast.
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A more recent addition to the city skyline, St. Regis Cairo is one of the more luxury accommodation options in the city, offering lavishly appointed rooms, abundant dining and first-class facilities on the bank of the Nile.
Set on the River Nile at the north end of Corniche Road, The St. Regis Cairo occupies a prime location for exploring the historical and cultural sights of Cairo, including the Pyramids, museums and attractions of Gezira Island.
The hotel's 366 well-appointed rooms are spread across the 37 storey tower, offering great views over the Nile and cityscape. Rooms are comfortable and tastefully decorated to incorporate local elements into a classical design. Luxurious touches abound alongside all modern amenities required for a comfortable stay, including plush bedding, a pillow menu and in-bathroom flat screen TVs.
Dining at the hotel offers an array of world cuisine in varied settings. Michelin-star chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten designed the twists on modern classics at the J & G Steakhouse, whilst Sicilian and Arab flavors combine at La Zisa. Tianma offers a taste of Asia, Envy is the place go if you fancy trendy bites and poolside Sirocco is the perfect place for a sunset Mediterranean feast. There’s no shortage of beverages and classic cocktails at The St. Regis and Water Garden bars.
The Iridium Spa is laid-out over two floors of the hotel. As well as an array of treatments, it features ice rooms, vitality pools, steam rooms and shock showers. Its plentiful space ensures there’s a tranquil environment for you to enjoy your choice of massage or beauty treatment.
Indoor and outdoor swimming pools are there for children to use, and The St. Regis Cairo has a kids’ club with a range of activities to keep little ones entertained. The hotel also offers a childcare service.
The St. Regis Cairo offers an array of dining options. Enjoy the Michelin-star chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten designed menu at J & G Steakhouse, sample Mediterranean and Middle Eastern dishes at poolside Sirocco, or soak up the casual setting at La Zisa, where chefs expertly fuse Sicilian and Arab flavors. Tianma offers a taste of Asia, whilst Envy is the place go if you fancy trendy bites. The Iridium Spa has a range of treatments, pools and rooms, and there’s a fully-equipped fitness center.