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Egypt (10)

The Nile


Just as the Pharaohs watched over Ancient Egypt for thousands of years, the hotel’s iconic façade pays homage to Pharaonic life, with emblematic carvings, significant during their great reign. Symbols of the key of life and blessings of the River Nile lift the curtain to an ancient civilization. Inside the lobby, replicas of the two most famous Pharaonic antiques found at the mighty temples of Aswan in Edfu and Karnak hang majestically.

The Nile Ritz-Carlton occupies the most iconic location in Cairo along the River Nile, with views of old and new Egypt. It carries a rich legacy, long-celebrated as an icon of luxury within the city. Views are unmatched, encompassing Tahrir Square and the Egyptian Museum, whilst guests are immersed in the diversity of the Egyptian culture, and treated to the service of Kings.

The Nile Ritz-Carlton offers visitors from around the world a stately vantage point to witness the resurgence of one of the world’s most famous historic destinations. With millennial travelers seeking luxury as part of their travel experience, the Nile Ritz-Carlton Cairo marries this “bucket-list” city with world-class services.

From five-star Nile cruises to explorative culinary tours and private excursions to the Pyramids, Cairo is unveiling the diversity of its luxury offering and allowing Arab and global travelers to discover the city in new and innovative ways.


Sofitel Cairo

El Gezirah

A sparkling golden tower on the banks of the Nile, this luxury 5-star Cairo hotel reflects contemporary elegance with its artful blend of Pharaonic, Arabic and French art deco design.

Perched on the quiet southern tip of El Gezirah island, the 433-room luxury Cairo hotel is close to the city center and Zamalek, Cairo's affluent business district and shopping area.

Sleep in silence, wake to Nile views. Each of Sofitel’s luxury Cairo hotel suites and rooms overlooks the river from our quiet island location. Contemporary fittings blend French hi-tech with Oriental trimmings. Memorable Cairo accommodation.

Its sumptuous Cairo luxury suites blend French elegance with contemporary and Oriental design. Sweeping views of the Nile from the separate living room and balcony enhance the peaceful island setting. Butler service lets you relax and unwind.

Enjoy a stunning view of the Nile and indulge your senses at So SPA: a sanctuary of relaxation and well-being at the most luxurious of spas in Cairo. Bathe in the heated outdoor infinity pool, book a massage, or bubble away a busy day in the jacuzzi.


Mena House

The Mena House is one of the most unique hotels in Cairo, with its own rich and colourful history. Surrounded by 40 acres of verdant green gardens, this palatial hotel is located in the shadows of the Great Pyramids of Giza in Cairo. The royal history of the hotel is reflected in luxurious interiors that are embellished with exquisite antiques, handcrafted furniture, original work of arts and magnificent antiques that are rarely found in luxury hotels. Mena House has played host to kings and emperors, Heads of State and celebrities.

The Mena House located 700 meters from these wonders of the ancient world offers unmatched views of the pyramids. You can gaze upon the magnificence of the pyramids from your rooms at sunrise and sunset. After dinner at one of the many restaurants, you can return to see them lit up for your private viewing pleasure. Recreation options at the hotel include a heated swimming pool, a fully equipped Spa & Fitness centre.

Regarded as one of the leading luxury hotels in Cairo, the hotel combines the magical charm of a bygone era with unrivalled service fit for royalty. Your interlude at the hotel promises to be a journey of discovery, exploring Cairo’s ancient treasures and unravelling the many mysteries of Egypt’s past.


Four Seasons Sharm El Sheikh

Sharm El Sheikh is quietly becoming one of the Middle East’s most desirable destinations. Enjoy diverse tastes at its on-site restaurants, relax at any one of four resort pools, or snorkel and dive among world-class coral reefs at our Red Sea luxury resort in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt.

Set in the natural beauty of Sinai, Four Seasons Resort Sharm El Sheikh Egypt offers 136 Red Sea resort guest rooms, including 27 luxury suites. In addition, 62 luxurious residential suites and 2 residential villas offer enhanced space and amenities for friends, families and travelling companions. All luxury hotel guest rooms and suites feature a private balcony or terrace – most with stunning views of the Red Sea.

A family holiday on Egypt's Sinai Peninsula is filled with beautiful sights, warm beaches and plenty of kid-friendly adventures. One of the absolute delights for any child travelling to Egypt is to enjoy a thrilling camel ride. The resort offers camel rides at scheduled times to keep your little ones happy.

Journey to Egypt's Sinai Peninsula, where miles of bright desert meet untouched beaches and towering coral reefs. Locals are there to greet you with food, dance and song as you go back in time to tour some of the Bible's most glorified settings. Beauty, adventure and excitement await at this Red Sea luxury resort in Sharm El Sheikh.


Kempinski Hotel Soma Bay

Kempinski Hotel Soma Bay introduces luxurious European service with Egyptian hospitality at the premier holiday destination on Egypt’s Red Sea coast. The hotel comprises 325 rooms, including 34 suites with luxurious interior design. Kempinski Hotel Soma Bay provides a remarkable dining experience in 6 food & beverage outlets with special culinary highlights. The Fitness Centre provides gym, Jacuzzi, sauna, steam room and 4 treatment rooms, where certain massages can be arranged through The Cascades Spa & Thalasso. The Soma Bay leisure facilities include diving & snorkeling, tennis & squash as well as golf facilities located just few minutes away from the hotel.

Soma Bay features one of the most beautiful beaches on the Red Sea. The pristine 400-meter private sandy beach, just steps from the resort, features a wide range of facilities for all sorts of water-related fun. The shallow water provides safety for children and is perfect for shoreline walks, and sunset watching. The resort's star attraction (besides the natural beauty of the Red Sea) is its expansive outdoor pool and lazy river. The Main pool is heated in winter, (although rarely needed) guests can enjoy this unforgettable experience all year around. The lazy river runs around the hotel family pool and the grand Jacuzzi; relax and let yourself float.


The Oberoi Sahl Hasheesh

Located directly upon the shore of the Red Sea, a comfortable thirty minutes from the centre of Hurghada, The Oberoi Sahl Hasheesh is a spectacular, 48 acres, all-suite hotel, with a certified PADI dive centre and a large private beach.

The Red Sea, the crossroad of cultures, delights the traveler's senses with a unique bouquet of tastes, colours and landscapes. Explore and experience what the coast has best to offer at The Oberoi Sahl Hasheesh where nature comes to life.

Inspired by traditional Arabic designs, The Oberoi Sahl Hasheesh has luxurious accommodations and restaurants which feature classical, domed ceilings and long corridors. They are illuminated by Arabic style lamps and framed by elegant columns decorated with the traditional Islamic eight-point star.

The Oberoi Sahl Hasheesh is the ultimate escape for honeymooners, couples, families and friends looking for a unique experience amongst luxury hotels in Hurghada.


Sofitel Legend Old

Cataract Aswan

Live the Legend at Sofitel Legend Old Cataract Aswan, a 5-star luxury hotel in a 19th-century Victorian palace on the banks of the river Nile. Rising grandly from a pink granite shelf at the edge of the Nubian Desert with views of Elephantine Island, this stylish property blends Pharaonic treasures with French art de recevoir. Discover sophisticated interiors by Sybille de Margerie in the historic Palace, a world of Moorish arches, ruby red chandeliers, plush Persian carpets, soft armchairs and hand-carved furnishings. Or step into the 21st-century Egypt with the Nile Wings contemporary reinterpretation of traditional codes.

The hotel offers 2 different luxury experiences in which heritage is preserved in the Palace, 76 rooms and suites while contemporary elegance is lavishly designed in the Nile, 62 rooms and suites. For lavish Aswan accommodation, book one of 37 Nile or 45 Palace suites. Historic Churchill or Agatha Christie Suites host guests in beautiful wood floored dining rooms.

Taste creative Oriental inspired cuisine, from grills at Oriental Kebabgy to Mediterranean a la carte at Saraya. The renowned 1902 restaurant, resplendent with an Arabian dome, celebrates French cuisine and vintage wines.

After a busy day in Aswan, So SPA invites you to revitalize in the hammam, jacuzzi and indoor heated pool surrounded by glittering mosaic pillars.


Four Seasons Alexandria

At San Stefano

In a glamourous Alexandria luxury hotel retreat set against the Mediterranean shoreline, 19 storeys of classic European-inspired luxury accommodations in San Stefano's stately Grand Plaza are graced by open-air restaurants, world-class service and a European-style spa.

Built into the 29-storey seaside tower of the Grand Plaza, Four Seasons Hotel Alexandria at San Stefano, Egypt, has 118 guest rooms, including 31 luxury suites, located on the 4th to 19th floors. Varying in size, our light and airy Alexandria luxury hotel accommodations offer supreme comfort for living, business and entertaining. Each hotel room or suite opens to a private furnished balcony, with panoramic vistas of the Mediterranean or the glittering cityscape, and classically chic décor enhanced by traditional Egyptian accents.

A marble entrance leads to a comfortable sitting area with an 107-centimetre (42-inch) LCD flat-screen television. Other amenities include a private bar, walk-in closet and in-room safe. Business travellers will appreciate the comforts of a writing desk and direct-dial, dual-line telephones, along with wired and wireless high-speed Internet access. Our spacious Roman-style marble bathrooms feature a vanity, deep soaking tub, separate glass-enclosed shower and WC. All luxury suites have an additional LCD television in the master bathroom.


Adrère Amellal


A massive compound built in the unlikely materials of mud and salt, Adrère Amellal Desert Ecolodge, Siwa is a monument to imagination. There’s more to Egypt than the pyramids and the Valley of the Kings. There are sites that are more confidential but which guarantee visitors an unforgettable experience. It is so unusual and unexpected that it could almost classify as a hallucination. Unlikely as it might seem, also the walls of some of the guest rooms are made from cakes of salt embedded in mud.

Built on the sides of a white limestone mountain (Adrère Amellal means white mountain), the hotel takes the form of a traditional village. The buildings are made of kershef, a mixture of earth, stone and salt water, which provides surprisingly good insulation. “It conserves the heat in winter and the cold in summer. Air conditioning is unnecessary. So much the better since there’s no electricity”, according to the its creator, Mounir Nemagalla.

Each one of its hand-built 40 rooms is unique, combining distinction and authenticity. Earth buildings blend naturally into the landscape. All the furniture and crafts pay tribute to nature and to talented local artisanship. The furniture and sofas are made of earth covered with white cushions, and each detail is carved and enhanced with white limestone. With no electricity, the rooms are softly lit with a dozen beeswax candles and the starry desert sky.

The food comes exclusively from the hotel’s organic garden. The building is a veritable labyrinth of corridors leading to terraces or sumptuous and elegant covered areas. For relaxation, the hotel has a spa and a spring water pool. In the heart of the desert, the Adrère Amellal is proof that luxury can be simple, ecological and exclusive.



The land of Indiana Jones and one of the oldest tourist destinations in the world, Egypt has never ceased to amaze with its mummies and museums, its ancient souks and sacred mosques. Top sights include the electric-paced capital city of Cairo, whose boundaries end at the Great Sphinx and pyramids of Giza (hire a camel or quad bike for the true desert experience); the bohemian ambiance and distinct cultural heritage of Alexandria, known as “The Pearl of the Mediterranean”; the extraordinary temples along the River Nile (boat tours abound); and the fantastic coral reefs and tropical fish of the Red Sea. There’s also the Temple of Karnak, Luxor Temple, and the Grand Egyptian Museum, to name a few of the world-renowned treasures this country has to offer. Other hotspots include Dahab (world-renowned for windsurfing) and Sharm El Sheikh, whose five-star resorts offer sun, sea, and sand. Keep in mind that Egypt can get hot, especially in the summertime, but there’s no better excuse to enjoy a midday nap or spa treatment at your luxury hotel. Then, head out to join Egyptians gathered in parks and popular cafes at sunset and staying well into the night for lively music, food, and conversation. Clothing layers are recommended, particularly in areas like the Sinai Peninsula, where weather is temperate year-round but nighttime temperatures can drop.