Cairo Egypt Marriott Hotel

Marriott Hotels, part of Marriott International, is making a groundbreaking debut in Cairo, Egypt, stepping out of its comfort zone and entering the world of luxury hotels with the opening of the Marriott Cairo Hotel. Set in 40 hectares of lush gardens, this stunning hotel offers 331 plush rooms and suites, offering stunning views of the Cairo skyline and the lush greenery of the surrounding area. The twin towers towering over the city will provide a spectacular backdrop for the hotel's grand opening ceremony on 1 March 2017.

The two towers house 331 luxurious rooms and suites, each modern and spacious with all the amenities you would expect from Marriott.

In addition to luxurious rooms, the hotel has 10 different restaurants, including a cruise restaurant called Nile Maxim, and 14 restaurants that serve the most exquisite cuisine from Cairo and Egypt, with options ranging from French to Japanese. There are also five bars, which include a wine bar, a coffee bar and a cocktail bar with a variety of cocktails. Five restaurants include the classic Egyptian Grill, as well as a Mediterranean Grill and an Italian Grill with a range of dishes.

Guests can enjoy an authentic Italian lunch from Alfredo, relax with freshly brewed coffee, dine al fresco and refresh themselves while enjoying the breathtaking views of the pyramids. There is also an outdoor terrace overlooking the Cairo skyline and the Nile River, as well as a pool and spa. Relax in front of the fireplace or in the garden with freshly brewed coffee and fresh fruit.

Enjoy an authentic Italian lunch al fresco in Alfredo and refresh yourself with breathtaking views of the pyramids and the Nile.

The business center includes fax and photocopying facilities (required), as well as a conference center and café. The Cairo Marriott is a full service hotel and really has all the amenities and facilities you would expect from a resort. It also seems like a well-known hotel, so those looking for a balance between high quality and reasonable costs in Cairo should consider the Sofitel Cairo El Gezirah. I would strongly recommend to choose the hotel Marriott Hotel in Cairo where you will stay when you visit Cairo.

Although located just north of the main tourist strip, the hotel offers easy access to the city's river to avoid the noise of the city centre. Perhaps the best thing about the Cairo Marriott is the spacious gardens and the view of the Cairo skyline from the lobby. The modest casino attached to this main building is much more in line with the Las Vegas standards that many Westerners expect, but it feels as dramatic as any hotel amenities.

The 137 rooms and 57 suites have an average room rate of about $1,500 per night, or $2,000 for a two-night stay. Those looking for something a little more luxurious than the average hotel in Cairo should choose this place.

At $30 a night, many will consider the Osiris Hotel a steal, and the number of threads on the sheets can be less than $1,000. The relatively strong dollar also makes the Cairo Marriott Zamalek one of the cheapest hotels in Cairo. The relative strength of our dollar against the Egyptian pound should make it a great choice for those on a tight budget, but there are a lot of options if you have to make do with this tight budget. Egypt's most expensive hotel, with an average room rate of about $2,500 for two nights, has a similar price to the other hotels in Cairo, as well as a relatively high price.

The Mandara Spa is surrounded by ancient legends, which are reflected today in unique and exotic wellness treatments that recreate the ancient rituals of ancient Egypt, such as bathing, massage, acupuncture and massage. The spa is located on the second floor of the Cairo Marriott Zamalek, just a few blocks from the main hotel, and is located in one of the most luxurious and exclusive hotels in Egypt. Covering an impressive 2,500 square metres, it features a special Thai massage room, changing facilities, a sauna, saunas and a massage room. An ancient ritual of health and beauty has been cultivated to satisfy the luxury of this spa, which caters for the most demanding guests. The highlight is the elaborate, exclusive hammam in Moroccan style, which features an exclusive spa where opulence comes first, with towering domes, artfully tiled walls and the soothing sound of running water echoing through the ornate walls.

The beautiful Mandara Spa has become a destination in itself, adding a new dimension of luxury to the JW Marriott Cairo Hotel and becoming a destination for its guests. Visitors to the Osiris Hotel in Cairo will receive air conditioning and guests can enjoy an enhanced guest experience through Mobile Guest Services, which offer the same high quality service for which the brand is now known worldwide. Mobile check-in gives guests access to all the hotel's amenities and services, as well as the latest technology. In addition, guest hotels can now sign up for the award-winning Starwood Preferred Guest (r) loyalty program, which allows hotel guests to link their account to Starwalk's Preferred Guest (r) and enjoy exclusive benefits such as free Wi-Fi, free parking and free meals throughout the portfolio.

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