In the heart of Giza is Four Seasons Hotel, an establishment that “epitomizes Cairo in many ways,” according to the First Place Luxury Life Style Magazine. Close to the city’s ancient Zoological and Botanical Gardens and Nile shops, it’s the perfect location to mix business and pleasure.
The hotel has five kinds of guest rooms and four kinds of suites where you can live like a pharaoh. Appointed with first-class furniture and elegant chandeliers, all of the rooms offer a dramatic view of the Nile, matched with a view of either the hotel’s pool or the botanical garden. Standard in-room amenities include a full marble bathroom, television, and a huge ornate cabinet. You get to enjoy high-speed Internet access and DVD players, along with other extras in the non-standard rooms.
There are three restaurants in the hotel. The elegant and serene Seasons restaurant offers breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner menus. Treat yourself to authentic Italian fare from the chef’s special menu or indulge in seafood specialties at the restaurant’s seafood buffet, available from 6 pm to 12 midnight. There are also nutritionally balanced dishes for health buffs, as well as a children’s menu for kids.
Lai Thai restaurant serves spicy Thai dishes, while Aura restaurant on the fourth floor provides Lebanese cuisine.
A “luxury landmark” in Roda Island, Grand Hyatt Cairo has 716 elegant, Egyptian-themed rooms and suites. Each has a private balcony with panoramic views of the Nile, and offers amenities such as cable television, high-speed Internet access, and an in-room safe.
Grand Hyatt’s ideal location allows you to explore famous Egyptian tourist attractions such as the Pyramids of Giza, Cairo Tower, Egyptian Museum, and The Citadel.
Other Cairo hotels to choose from are InterContinental Cairo, Le Meridien Pyramids, and Semiramis InterContinental Cairo.