Hotels in Egypt

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A beacon of conservation, this spare Berber-style hotel on the Siwa Oasis was constructed as part of a local sustainable-development plan. An eight-hour... Read More

Al Moudira—a baroque hotel fit for royalty, just a few miles south of the Valley of the Queens—incorporates materials salvaged from the... Read More

Popular with corporate travelers; all 617 rooms have terraces overlooking the Nile.  ... Read More

265 rooms and 100 suites in a contemporary, 30-story high-rise overlooking the Nile, decorated with modern interiors. Read More

Glass tower with Egyptian and Neoclassical design influences, overlooking the Pyramids, Botanical Gardens and the Nile. Read More

118 Pierre-Yves Rochon–designed rooms (Neoclassical furniture; Roman-style baths) in a crescent-shaped tower on the Corniche. Read More

Business-friendly resort in the Heliopolis district with classic Egyptian interiors and 400 acres of activity to keep the family busy, from the 27-hole... Read More

Scheduled to open on December 1, 2011, this 350-room property will be the only hotel that provides guests with direct access to all three terminals. And... Read More

With what is perhaps the most coveted location in all of Egypt—on 40 lush acres in the shadow of Khufu or “Great” Pyramid in the Cairo suburbs—the Mena... Read More

The Oberoi Sahl Hasheesh, on Egypt's Red Sea coast, has 84 suites set at the edge of a marine park with some of the best diving in the Middle East. ... Read More

The latest luxury cruise ship to hit the Nile, this vessel has spacious accommodations, spa suites, and a pool. The boat has private docks and Wi-Fi,... Read More

The setting for much of the Alexandria Quartet novels, with many rooms overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Read More

Aswan, a palm-fringed city an hour’s flight south of Cairo, saw glory in the 1950’s, when politicos and bold-faced names arrived to visit... Read More

The Sofitel-managed property overlooking the Nile, near the temple of Luxor, was built in 1886 for European aristocracy. Read More

Part of Port Ghalib, a new three-hotel complex, The Palace—the grandest of the three properties—is modeled after a 12th-century citadel,... Read More

Built in 1906, this grand hotel is the place to see Alexandria’s faded glamour. Read More

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