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The Nile Ritz-Carlton occupies the most iconic location in Cairo along the River Nile, with views of old and new Egypt. It carries a rich legacy, long-celebrated as an icon of luxury within the city. Views are unmatched, encompassing Tahrir Square and the Egyptian Museum, whilst guests are immersed in the diversity of the Egyptian culture, and treated to the service of Kings.
The "Ladies and Gentlemen" of the Ritz Carlton are trained to anticipate the needs of their guests. This has been our experience at other Ritz Carlton properties. However, The Nile Ritz sits at the other end of this spectrum. I am actually surprised that Marriott...More
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Response from Haitham E, Manager at The Nile Ritz-Carlton, CairoResponded yesterday
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The hotel itself met the standard of the Ritz-Carlton line in terms of beauty and service. The lobby is very pretty, and the rooms are fantastic--luxurious and clean. The location is perfect, with a view of the Nile, and close to many great locations in...More
Great hotel. We stayed there when it was under the Hilton. Receptionist was quite friendly, and extremely professional. We were upgraded because of our membership. Few hints to complete the touch of 5 stars plus
House keeping rang the bell and opened the door without...More
I stayed in the RC Cairo for 2 nights on a business trip and it far surpassed my expectations! The interior of the hotel is so comfortable and beautiful and the staff do absolutely everything they can to make your stay a memorable and pleasant...More
The hotel room is very spacious and includes comfortable beds! The location is great as it is right next to the Egyptian Museum and the Nile. Lots of restaurants are walking distance and it is near other 5 star hotels in case you want to...More
That was probably my review. I was just there in June and there is nothing after breakfast. I was told by the staff that because of the lack of demand they do not put out any buffet. However, they do allow you to order room... More
That was probably my review. I was just there in June and there is nothing after breakfast. I was told by the staff that because of the lack of demand they do not put out any buffet. However, they do allow you to order room service menu food directly to the club lounge complementary. That sounds like a pretty good deal but I don't know how long it would take to arrive. I was really disappointed to see just how empty the place was and I'm sure it's due to the economy but also could've been because I was there during Ramadan. Good luck and report back if things are different then I say but it looks like a relatively permanent change. As each time I visited the lounge we were the only ones in the lounge at about 6 PM! Very surprising at 6 PM to be the only ones looking out over the Nile and the pyramids at sunset! Sorry for my delay in responding to your question.
No not all rooms only the suites and the junior suites......the old hotel before renovation when it was known as the Nile Hilton actually had a balcony in every single room whether you were looking westward or eastward. At... More
No not all rooms only the suites and the junior suites......the old hotel before renovation when it was known as the Nile Hilton actually had a balcony in every single room whether you were looking westward or eastward. At that time air conditioning wasn't the make or break deal it is now. Every room however has a glass panel that overlooks the view