Hotels in Cairo Egypt

Finding hotels in Cairo Egypt can be a challenging task, but that doesn’t mean it has to be. We’ve weeded through all hotels in Cairo Egypt to bring you the very best, no matter your budget. Cairo is known for its ancient landmarks, which make for a once-in-a-lifetime, unforgettable experience. Everyone should visit Cairo at least once if possible. We aim to make that idea a reality. But before we take you to hotels in Cairo Egypt let’s take a look at some background information on the city to help you along the way.

Cairo is Egypt’s capital. With a population of around 10 million people, it is one of Africa’s biggest cities. Founded in 969 AD, Cairo has long been a center for politics and culture within the area. The city has the largest and oldest film and music industries in the Middle East, and the second-oldest higher education institution in the world, Al-Azhar University The

city has a hot desert climate, with average highs ranging from 95 degrees Fahrenheit in July to 66 degrees in January. Cairo’s major points of interest include Giza Pyramids, Great Sphinx of Giza, the Nile, Ibn Tulun Mosque, Muizz Street, Talaat Harb Square, Azhar Park, Baron Empain Palace, Cairo Citadel, Egyptian Museum, Gezira Island, Cairo University, Cairo International Stadium, Historic Cairo, Cairo Opera House, Tahrir Square, Downtown Cairo, Coptic Cairo, Muizz Street and Al Hakim Mosque. Now that we have some background information on the city, it’s time to get you to hotels in Cairo Egypt that will help make your trip a comfortable and memorable one.

Four Seasons Cairo at the First Residence

35 Giza Street

Hotels in Cairo Egypt

What’s around?

Four Seasons Cairo at the First Residence offers impressive skyline views, a full-service, top-floor spa, a sauna, a hot tub, a fitness center, an outdoor pool, stylish colonial decor, flat-screen TVs, BOSE entertainment systems, DVD players, an on-site casino, room service, car rental services, airport limousine services and multiple food and beverage options. Nearby you’ll find Fibers Club (gym), The Pharaohs (cruising restaurants), Hayda Lebanese Restaurant, Sunset (coffee shop), Keji (restaurant), Eat & Barrel (restaurant), Asmak Restaurant, Fareh Boat (restaurant), Dahabia (restaurant), Ibis Snods Elneil (restaurant), Nile Dragon Boat (club), La Poire (bakery) and more.

The First Mall is 0.1 miles, Cairo University is 0.7 miles, El Giza Train Station is 1.2 miles, Museum of Egyptian Modern Arts is 1.3 miles, Didos Al Dente, Al-Ahly Sports Club, Mar Girgis Metro Station, Cairo Opera House and Coptic Museum are 1.4 miles, Qasr el-Nil Bridge is 1.5 miles, Cairo Tower is 1.6 miles, Tahrir Square is 1.8 miles, Giza Pyramids and Great Sphinx are 5.8 miles and Cairo International Airport is 12.3 miles from this location.

Approximate cost per night (royal suite): $15,000

Cost per person (five people): $3,000

Pyramids Valley Boutique Hotel

25 Abo Alhool Street

Hotels in Cairo Egypt

Great Pyramids of Giza

Pyramids Valley Boutique Hotel features free WiFi, wardrobes, flat-screen TVs, terraces, fridges, sound & light shows, a continental breakfast and a 24-hour front desk. Close to this location are Sofra (Indian restaurant), Lucky Bazaar (gift shop), Royal.n Restaurant, Al Amir Perfume Palace, Restaurant Pyramids, Ali Baba (perfume store), El Gizawy Restaurant, JoJo’s (cafe) and more.

From here you’ll find Great Sphinx 0.2 miles, Giza Pyramids 0.5 miles, El Giza Train Station 4.6 miles, Dream Park 4.9 miles, IBM – Egypt 5 miles, Cairo University 5.1 miles, KPMG 5.2 miles, HSBC Bank Egypt 5.6 miles, The First Mall and Mar Girgis Metro Station 5.7 miles, Cairo Tower 7 miles and Sphinx International Airport 17.7 miles.

Approximate cost per night: $72 US 728 x 90 NEW ARRIVALS WOMEN FW19/20 SAVE UP TO 30%



Crown Hotel

16 Gawad Housny

Hotels in Cairo Egypt

What’s in the area?

Offering free WiFi, a shared lounge, a bar, a casino, express check-in and check-out, room service, a 24-hour front desk, a shared kitchen, currency exchange, air conditioning, flat-screen TVs, hair dryers, electric tea pots, a continental breakfast, meeting and banquet facilities, a business center, a fax machine and photocopier and an ATM machine, Crown Hotel sits close to Arabia Coffee, Underground Store (shopping mall), Paris Cafee, Sindbad (cafe), Halawany El-Neel – Ahmed Attia (confectionery) and more.

This hotel is 0.3 miles from Pomodoro Restaurant Downtown, 0.4 miles from Koshari Abu Tarek, 0.5 miles from Central Bank of Egypt and Tahrir Square, 0.6 miles from The Egyptian Museum, Abdeen Palace, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and AUC Tahrir Square, 0.7 miles from Islamic Art Museum and Arab League HQ, 0.9 miles from Khan Al Khalili, 1.1 miles from Muizz Street and Cairo Tower, 1.8 miles from Cairo Citadel and 10.2 miles from Cairo International Airport.

Approximate cost per night (family room): $57

Cost per person (four people): $15



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Desert Moon

Hadaik Al Ahram 201 W

Hotels in Cairo Egypt

What’s going on?

With express check-in and check-out, allergy-free rooms, a restaurant, a bar, free WiFi, family rooms, a terrace, evening entertainment, a 24-hour front desk, closets, air conditioning, seating areas and continental or buffet breakfast, Desert Moon is near Mondial Cofee (hookah bar), Mazagak Cafe, Riano Cafe, Pizza Solo, Oscar Cafe, Joystick P.S. and Cafe, 3oshak Elking (cafe), Liga Cafe and more.

Great Sphinx and Giza Pyramids are 2 miles, Dream Park is 2.9 miles, Dreamland Golf and Tennis Resort is 3.8 miles, IBM – Egypt is 4.4 miles, KPMG Egypt is 4.6 miles, Egyptian Media Production City – EMPC is 5.4 miles, Mall of Egypt is 5.7 miles, El Giza Train Station is 6.8 miles and Sphinx International Airport is 16.6 miles from this location.

Approximate cost per night (triple room): $80

Cost per person (three people): $27



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Violet Residence

133 Elbanafseg 10

Hotels in Cairo Egypt

The Waterway

Violet Residence has city views, free WiFi, free private parking, tiled floors, a fully-equipped kitchen, a dining area, a flat-screen TV, a seating area and a terrace. Broccar (restaurant), Bon Cafe, Fit Map Gym, Flourish Hub (gym), Scorpion (gym), Ghany’s Basement (cafe) and more are close.

The Waterway is 0.8 miles. Canadian International College – CIC is 2.2 miles, Google Egypt and Police Academy are 2.9 miles, AUC New Cairo is 3 miles, Nestle Egypt is 3.1 miles, Cairo Festival City is 3.5 miles, Lafarge Egypt is 3.6 miles, Downtown Mall is 3.7 miles, German University in Cairo GUC is 4.3 miles, City Stars is 7.2 miles, The Egyptian Museum is 13.7 miles and Cairo International Airport is 6.1 miles.

Approximate cost night: $78

Cost per person (three people): $26


Pyramids Village Inn

3 Eglal Mohamed Street

Hotels in Cairo Egypt

Great Sphinx

Featuring a restaurant, a bar, a shared lounge, free private parking, an ATM, concierge service, a 24-hour front desk, room service, currency exchange, air conditioning, flat-screen TVs, microwaves, toasters, electric tea pots, hairdryers, closets, free WiFi, terraces and a la carte breakfast, Pyramids Village Inn can be found near Elhadaba (restaurant), Gallopers Club Tours & Safaris, Golden Gate Bazaar (antique store), From Cairo With Love (jeweler), Egypt Horse (horse riding) and more.

Great Sphinx is 0.3 miles, Giza Pyramids is 0.7 miles, El Giza Train Station is 4.7 miles, Dream Park is 4.9 miles, IBM – Egypt and Cairo University are 5.2 miles, Cairo Tower is 7.1 miles, Tahrir Square is 7.5 miles, The Egyptian Museum is 7.6 miles and Sphinx International Airport is 17.8 miles from this spot.

Approximate cost per night: $75





1940s Private Villa

10 Al Deer Al Bahri

Hotels in Cairo Egypt

And here?

1940s Private Villa has 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, air conditioning, a garden, grill facilities, free WiFi, free private parking, a flat-screen TV, a dining area, a fully-equipped kitchen and a patio. Tahiti Restaurant, San Marino Pasta & Pizza (Italian restaurant), Mum & Me (toy store), Everyday Cafe, Ashraf Farghaly (juice shop), Dubai Mall Egypt, Fadel (supermarket), Lovely Cafe and more are in the area.

Near this villa you’ll find Meriland Park 0.3 miles. Arab Administrative Development Organization 0.5 miles, Baron’s Palace 1 mile, The 6th of October War Panorama 2.1 miles, City Stars and Cairo International Stadium 2.3 miles, Al Azhar University 2.7 miles, World Health Organization and Ain Shams University 2.9 miles and Cairo International Airport 4.3 miles.

Approximate cost per night: $89

Cost per person (four people): $23





So there they are, hotels in Cairo Egypt that we think you will love. Thank you for stopping by and enjoy your trip to Egypt!

20 Replies to “Hotels in Cairo Egypt”

  1. I’ve been dreaming of going to Cairo Egypt for so many years. I really appreciate this list of affordable hotels. The ones that you chose are stunning and would fun to stay in. I’m not sure how I can choose the best one. For me, the most important thing would be the view and being close to historical sites for sight seeing.

  2. Desert Moon was my favorite! It looks so simple yet so stunning. Not to mention that the prices aren’t really that high. For some reason I thought staying one night in an Egypt hotel would be over $5k! Most of this options are even cheaper than from where I’m from. I have a cousin who’s thinking about goomg to Cairo for his honeymoon, I will make sure to send him this. 

  3. Informațiile pe care le oferiți sunt foarte importante pentru pasionații de turism. Desigur, nu trebuie să fiți pasionați de turism pentru a merge într-o vacanță la Cairo. Toate obiectivele turistice pe care le poți vizita în Cairo vin ca bonus pentru ofertele de cazare pe care le-ai scris.

  4. Hey thank you for the awesome review!  I have always wanted to go to Egypt but haven’t yet. Now I have a family and that makes things harder. Of these hotels I kike the sound of the crown one. Also, do you think it’s safe to go to Egypt right now with all the political stuff going on?

  5. Hi, this would definitely be a once in a lifetime experience. It would be incredible.  I am not big on hot temperatures, but that wouldn’t stop me,

    I love the idea of staying at the 4 seasons. 15 grand a night, while that is not in my budget, I would love to stay there, as I would want to get a nice view of the city. If you can share the cost with 4-5 friends (or more) then you can bring the cost down and improve you staying experience.

    I would definitely want to try out the food and meet some people. I am sure it would be much different then where I am from.Thanks

  6. Super. As a small child I dream to arrive in the desert and travel with a camel. You did an extraordinary job with all these hotels that you put here. 

    I used to think that in Egypt everything is poor due to lack of resources but it seems that luxury is very high. The Crown Hotel speaks for itself. I hope to arrive in Egypt next year and I would definitely choose a place like this hotel.
    I can’t wait to visit Arabia Coffe who is very close to the hotel, being a coffee bean.

    Thank you very much.

  7. Hello, I must say that this article is very helpful and informative. I have been to Cairo 2 years ago but I did not have a chance to stay at the hotel, I have been with my friend who lives there. I need to go there in 2 months because of a job and now I can see that I can find an affordable hotel. I like the Crown hotel, it is not expensive at all compared to its features.

  8. I’ve been dreaming of going to Cairo Egypt for years. I was looking for this list of affordable hotels and I really appreciate the list of hotels. I am not sure how to choose the best one for my honey moon. The important thing for us is to visit the historical landmarks. Can you help me choose the best one

  9. Hi there.

    Looking for a hotel in a city one is not familiar with can be something very hard to do. So I want to say thank you so much for making out your time to present to us the very best hotels in Cairo.

    Men… Four Seasons Cairo at the First Residence is such an amazing place to be considering the beautiful sight to behold and many other features but it cost a whole lot of money but I’d love to be there someday.

  10. I have heard about Cairo many years ago. I remember back then while I was in school we were taught some stuffs about it in Geography. Good to know a brief history about Cairo.

    Amazinly, I love all of these hotels. They are very beautiful and seem comfortable too. They are all cheap and affordable except for the first one.

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