Room Facilities: Minibar, Safe, TV, Telephone, Air conditioning, Hairdryer, Iron, Balcony, Radio, Desk, Ironing facilities, Free toiletries, Toilet, Bathroom, Heating, Satellite channels, Bathtub or shower, Carpeted, Laptop safe, Flat-screen TV, Wake-up service, Alarm clock, Electric kettle, Wardrobe/Closet, Bidet, River view, Towels, Linens, Toilet paper, Shampoo, Conditioner, Body soap, Shower cap, Socket near the bed
One of our top picks in Cairo.
Overlooking the Nile River and just a 5-minute walk from the Cairo Museum, the Ramses Hilton boasts an elevated pool terrace heated in the winter, an on-site casino and gym. Guest rooms feature balconies offering Nile or panoramic city views.
All air-conditioned rooms are spacious and feature warm decoration. They come furnished with sofa and chairs and a work desk. There is also satellite flat-screen TV, a safe box and an alarm clock. Some rooms also feature panoramic views of the Nile River.
An array of international cuisines along with evening entertainment are available for guests at Ramses Hilton to enjoy. Ranging from Mediterranean specialties to traditional English cuisine at the Sherlock Holmes Pub. Maharaja Indian Restaurant offers a delicious authentic Indian cuisine. An oriental café, Garden Court operates daily with live evening entertainment.
This Cairo Hilton features a billiards room and for those seeking relaxation, there is a spa offering massages, saunas and a hot tub. The Ramses also features an on-site shopping galleria with 250 shops and an arcade.
Cairo International Airport is 24.1 km away and an airport transfer to the hotel is available (at a charge).
The staff speaks English
Ramses Hilton Hotel & Casino has been welcoming Booking.com guests since Aug 5, 2009
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