SITUATED upon the banks of the River Nile on an island in the heart of the city, Grand Hyatt Cairo is both exclusive and accessible: the 41-storey ivory building is centrally located within the business and commercial district near Cairo’s many cultural and tourist attractions, while still maintaining a peaceful detachment from the noisy city streets.
With the help of the world-renowned William B. Tabler Architects group, every aspect of the property has been designed to indulge and enchant.
Within the hotel, guests will be charmed by the confluence of Arab, Egyptian, and European aesthetics that have been blended together to create the distinctive Hyatt touch. Not only in environment, but also in service, the fusion of cultures has lent the hotel a spirit of international excellence. This is evident everywhere, from the reception desk, to the dinner table, the conference room and the spa facilities.
Grand Hyatt Cairo’s 714 beautifully appointed guestrooms and suites are decorated in warm and shimmery tones, evoking an atmosphere of opulent oriental comfort. Acknowledging the diverse needs of their guests, the team at Grand Hyatt Cairo has ensured that each of the hotel’s rooms and suites provide big-city sophistication, exotic travel comforts, and high-tech communication facilities all at once.
“We take great pleasure in spoiling our guests, and our rooms and suites reflect that,” said Grand Hyatt Cairo general manager Garry Friend. “Every room offers a pleasing combination of rich decor, comfortable furniture and bedding, superior bathroom facilities, state-of-the-art office equipment, high-speed network access and breathtaking views of the River Nile. We are well suited to accommodate even the most discerning travellers, whether they are travelling for business or leisure.”
In addition, Grand Hyatt Cairo’s luxury yacht – Marquise – provides an unusually regal dining and entertainment experience upon the Nile. The custom-designed riverboat features three distinct outlets designed to satisfy a variety of entertainment and dining cravings.
After the stress of extended flights, lengthy conferences, or lavish wedding celebrations, guests can restore their health and inner peace at Club Olympus – Grand Hyatt Cairo’s exclusive health spa on the 10th floor. What’s more,Grand Hyatt Cairo is adjacent to one of Cairo’s most spectacularly located shopping mall and entertainment centre, Galleria shopping mall, which features seven floors of retail shopping outlets and entertainment facilities.
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