Four Seasons Hotel Cairo at Nile Plaza
At a Glance
- Well-located for museums and the Pyramids in Cairo’s Garden City
- Modern rooms with sweeping city or Nile views and spacious suite options
Enjoy a range of food and drink options across five restaurants and three bars
- Fitness facilities including a state-of-the art gym and rooftop swimming pool
- Indulgent spa with steam room, whirlpool, sauna and a range of beauty treatments
Best time to Visit
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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 holiday. Islam, however, is the prevailing force here, and the month of Ramadan is one of the most pronounced Islamic holidays. 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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Four Seasons Hotel – Cairo at Nile Plaza is a luxury modern hotel offering first-class facilities and tranquillity in the heart of Cairo. Enjoy the rooftop swimming pool, luxurious spa, varied dining options and in-hotel art gallery.
The Four Seasons Hotel – Cairo at Nile Plaza is a luxury hotel perfectly positioned for exploring the city. Its modern facilities and pleasant rooms make it a lovely base to return to at the end of each day. Rooms boast Nile or city views from the floor-to-ceiling windows, alongside modern amenities and plush bedding. Deluxe rooms have a terrace to relax on, and a range of suites offer flexible options for families and those seeking added space and comfort.
There are an array of dining options at the Four Seasons Nile Plaza, each offering distinctive atmosphere and setting. Bella welcomes you with Italian fare, 8 serves up Chinese delicacies, whilst Zitouni makes the best use of local ingredients in Nile-side Egyptian meze. The Beymen Café has a varied international menu, all to be enjoyed under the vast stained glass ceiling. The hotel is also dotted with bars and lounges, where you can enjoy a cocktail, hibiscus tea or traditional water pipe in the Shisha Corner. One stand-out feature of the hotel is the lobby art gallery. The work of Egyptian artist Farouk Hosny adorns the walls and is an interesting place to wander around.
For those seeking added pampering during their stay, the hotels has a luxurious spa which offers a range of relaxing and rejuvenating treatments. There is also a rooftop swimming pool surrounded by cocooned alcoves, a steam room and a sauna for guests to enjoy when not out exploring the cultural and historic highlights in and around Cairo.
Accommodation at the Four Seasons is modern with light wood furniture and contemporary décor. All rooms are en-suite and have Wi-Fi, a TV and minibar. Floor-to-ceiling windows showcase the city or pool from the comfort of your room, whilst those staying in the Deluxe rooms can enjoy their private terrace. There are also a range of suites which benefit from spacious living and dining areas.
Located in the centre of Cairo, the Four Seasons Cairo at the Nile Plaza is well positioned for spending the days exploring the cultural and historic sites of the capital, including the famed Giza Pyramids.
Abu Simbel's Colossal Temple
Often considered the most impressive monument in Egypt after the Great Pyramids, visit the colossus temple of Ramses II, set by Lake Nasser. The four breathtaking statues in front of the temple are spectacular examples of ancient Egyptian art.
Alexandria City Tour
One of the most significant cities of the ancient world, Alexandria is known as 'The Pearl of Mediterranean' with charming sights including Catacombs, Royal Jewelry Museum, Citadel of Qaitbay, Pompey's Pillar and Kom El Dekka.
Camel Ride at the Pyramids
Ride a camel with a view of the Pyramids of Giza as they would have done in Ancient Egyptian times, and trace the footprints of pharaohs.
Cave Church in Mokattam
See a different side of Cairo as you head to the Cave Church at Mokattam in southeastern Cairo.
Wander through the streets of Coptic Cairo, visiting key highlights such as The Hanging Church, Abu Serga, and if time permits, Ben Ezra Synagogue.
Today you will visit the Dahshour Pyramids. These lesser-known pyramids provide wonderful opportunity to appreciate the beauty of Egypt with less crowd than usual.
The Egyptian Museum is home to a plethora of ancient treasures exhibiting the very best of Egyptian antiquities.
Egyptian Museum without the Crowd
An exclusive private visit to see the relics of Egyptian Museum before the museum opens to the public.
Gayer Anderson Museum
An insightful visit to Gayer Anderson Museum features impressive Islamic artefacts and Persian-styled decorations into the ancient residences of Beit el-Kiridiliya and Beit Amna Bent Salim.
Discover the romance of Islamic Cairo as you navigate from Citadel of Salah-el-Din, Mohamed Ali Mosque, Sultan Hassan Mosque to an astounding city view from Ibn Tulun Mosque's minaret.
Khan El Khalili Bazaar
Feel the vibrant Khan-el-Khalili bazaar with its labryinth-like souks.
Library of Alexandria
Designed by a Norwegian architecture, the Bibliotheca Alexandrina is a feat of modern engineering in attempt to revive the Great Library of Alexandria which was lost in antiquity.
Built by Prince Mohammed Ali Tewfik with a blend of European Art Nouveau, Rococo and Islamic architectural styles, the Manial Palace features intricately ornate facade and rooms.
Visit Memphis, the capital of Ancient Egypt, as well as the great Colossus of Ramses II.
Mummies Room at the Egyptian Museum
Experience real mummies at the Egyptian Museum and see how effective the ancient mummification process was.
Pyramids & Sphinx
This trip to Giza brings you to none other than the iconic Great Pyramid and the Sphinx of Giza.
Pyramids Sunrise without the Crowd
An exclusive experience to experience the world's greatest wonder without the crowd. An Egyptologist and former Minister of State for Antiquities Affairs, Dr. Zahi Hawass, will provide an insightful 1-hour lecture.
Sail Aswan by Felucca
Sail the Nile by felucca passing through sights such as Agha Khan Mausoleum, Kitchener's Island and ending at Elephantine Island, where you will enjoy afternoon tea with a view.
You will head to Sakkara, the ancient burial ground, as well as the Pyramid of Djoser. You will go inside the Unas Pyramid, which is among the finest in the area and we will make a visit to a secret tomb.
Sound & Light Show at the Giza Pyramids
The Sound & Light Show at the Pyramids of Giza is an hour-long show taking you back to the days of the Pharaohs in one of the most iconic locations in the world.
Temple of Philae
The Temple of Philae is a superb temple complex dedicated to the goddess Isis.
Take in the impressively gigantic Unfinished Obelisk.
Best of Egypt & Red Sea
Cairo, Luxor, Nile River, Aswan, Abu Simbel & Sharm El Sheikh
from SGD $9000 pp 10 nights
- Carefully curated list of hotels and cruise to experience Egypt in style
- Opportunity to snorkel at Red Sea, home to some of the world's most stunning reefs and underwater ecosystem
- Explore the less-visited St. Catherine Monastery and Mt. Sinai
Location & directions
Located on the River Nile in the city’s Garden District, the hotel is in an affluent and vibrant area of Cairo. The Egyptian Museum and other attractions are only a short drive away. Its 45-minutes to the airport.
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