The new St. Regis Cairo is on the banks of River Nile in Egypt

Luxury hotel chain of Marriott International, St. Regis, recently debuted in Cairo, Egypt. Located on the banks of the longest river in the world, Nile, St. Regis Cairo brings its mindful hospitality to the ancient country. The 39-floor hotel overlooks the country’s majestic monuments and bazaars around.
St Regis Cairo overlooks the sweeping views of river Nile
St Regis Cairo overlooks the sweeping views of river Nile
The property has 286 rooms and suites along and 80 palatial apartments. The three Royal suites come furnished with immaculate looking interiors, featuring a private fitness area, sauna, and large windows with sweeping views of the Nile. Guests can also access the signature St. Regis personalised butler service here.
St Regis Cairo, King Bedroom
St Regis Cairo, Apartment bathroom
“Egypt has historically been one of our key markets and strategically significant to our growth in the region,” said Satya Anand, President for Europe, Middle East and Africa, Marriott International in a press note. “The St. Regis Cairo is an exciting addition to our fast-growing brand portfolio and is set to elevate Cairo’s luxury hospitality landscape with its remarkable design, uncompromising service and exceptional culinary venues.”
Architecture
The St. Regis Cairo has been designed by renowned American architect Michael Graves’ design firm. The property is a fusion of the traditional grandeur and modern regality of Egypt. It is further enhanced by a strong geometric and structural design language.
The interiors boast magnificent Swarovski crystal chandeliers, carvings and intricate embroidery on dark wood, jewelled panelling and textures defined with shimmery gold flashes. The corners of the hotel are accentuated with the handiwork of the craftsmen that take the guests back to the rich heritage of the country.
Crystal hall
Culinary affair
St. Regis Cairo has a selection of restaurants and bars that serve a variety of cuisines from around the world. La Zisa offers an authentic Southern Italian menu that can be relished with the views of the Nile River. Tianma whips up recipes from Singapore, China and India, and J&G Steakhouse does a great variety of steaks and meats sourced from around the world. There’s also Sirocco, a poolside eatery and bar, known for its Mediterranean dishes that are best enjoyed with flavourful cocktails.
While the St. Regis Bar has a special selection of the finest champagnes, vintage wines and their own version of Bloody Mary cocktail.
La Zisa
At leisure
St. Regis Cairo’s Iridium Spa is a great space to relax and rejuvenate, thanks to its bespoke treatments and thermal therapies. There are also sauna and steam rooms, an ice room, shock shower, adventure shower, a vitality pool, multiple indoor and outdoor pools and an equipped Athletic club.
St Regis Cairo poolside
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