Room facilities:free wifi, Newspapers, Outdoor pool, Radio, Services
Featuring a balcony with a city view, this air-conditioned room includes a flat-screen TV, a minibar and an electric kettle. The private bathroom is fitted with a bathrobe, a hairdryer and free toiletries.
– Fruit basket on arrival
– High speed Internet access
– Complimentary daily newspaper
– Complimentary pressing of one suit or two pieces once/stay
– Access to the Executive lounge, which features welcome drink upon arrival; express check-in and check-out; complimentary buffet breakfast; afternoon tea with fresh pastry from 3 PM to 5 PM; happy hours with complimentary alcoholic drinks, cocktails, and hot snacks from 6 PM to 8 PM
– Complimentary use of the club’s international library
Room facilities:Air Conditioning, Balcony, Flat-screen TV, free wifi, Newspapers, Telephone
Featuring 2 spacious balconies with a Nile view, this air-conditioned suite includes a living room with free high speed internet access and a flat-screen TV. The private bathroom is fitted with a bathrobe, a hairdryer and free toiletries.
Room facilities: Balcony, View, Riverview, Telephone, Radio, Satellite Channels, Flat-screen TV, Safety Deposit Box, Air Conditioning, Desk, Ironing Facilities,Seating Area, Carpeted, Interconnected room(s) available, Sofa, Wardrobe/Closet, Shower, Hairdryer, Bathrobe, Free toiletries, Toilet, Bathroom, Slippers, Minibar, Electric kettle, Wake-up service, Alarm clock, Towels, Linen
Room size: 66 m²
Room facilities:Flat-screen TV, free wifi, Newspapers, Radio
Bed size:2 large double beds
Room size:33 m²
Room facilities:Air Conditioning, Balcony, Flat-screen TV, free wifi, Newspapers, Radio, Services
Bed size:60 m²
Overlooking the Nile River and just 5 minutes’ walk from the Egyptian Museum, the 5-star Semiramis features a heated outdoor pool and an on-site casino and gym. It offers a 24-hour front desk and complimentary Wi-Fi in all areas.
All of Semiramis’s tastefully appointed rooms feature large balconies, some offering Nile or city views. Each has a work desk and free wired internet. For guests’ comfort, there is a satellite flat-screen TV and in-room hot and cold drinks.
Guest at Cairo Semiramis can maintain their workout routine in the well-equipped gym or enjoy the relaxation of sauna or hot tub. Rejuvenating body treatments are also offered.
The food offered at the InterContinental’s restaurants ranges from Italian and Thai to Lebanese cuisine. Professional belly-dancers perform at the Haroun Al Rashid Night Club, while The Ambassador Club serves cocktails and other beverages well into the evening.
InterContinental Cairo Semiramis is 500 metres from Sadat Metro Station, offering connections all over Cairo. The Giza Pyramids and Cairo International Airport are 25 km away.
We speak your language! Hotel Rooms: 726, Hotel Chain: InterContinental Hotels & Resorts. This property has been on Booking.com since 25 Feb 2010.
Cancellation / Prepayment
Children and extra beds
- Air Conditioning
- Breakfast in the room
- Facilities for disabled guests
- Fitness centre
- Flat-screen TV
- free wifi
- Games room
- Hot tub
- Interconnect Hot tub
- Non-smoking rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Restaurant (à la carte)
- Restaurant (buffet),
- Safety Deposit Box
- Satellite Channels
- Shops (on site)
- Snack bar
- Sun terrace
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Is the capital of Egypt and the largest city in the Middle-East and second-largest in Africa after Lagos. Its metropolitan area is the 16th largest in the world. Located near the Nile Delta
it was founded in AD 969. Nicknamed “the city of a thousand minarets” for its preponderance of Islamic architecture, Cairo has long been a center of the region’s political and cultural life. Cairo was founded by Jawhar al-Siqilli “The Sicilian”,among the Fatimid dynasty in the 10th century CE, but the land composing the present-day city was the site of national capitals whose remnants remain visible in parts of Old Cairo. Cairo is also associated with Ancient Egypt as it is close to the ancient cities of Memphis, Giza and Fustat which are near the Great Sphinx and the pyramids of Giza.
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Culture and history infoCultural tourism in Egypt Main article: Cultural tourism in Egypt Cairo Opera House Main article: Cairo Opera House President Mubarak inaugurated the new Cairo Opera House of the Egyptian National Cultural Centres on 10 October 1988, 17 years after the Royal Opera House had been destroyed by fire. The National Cultural Centre was built with the help of JICA, the Japan International Co-operation Agency and stands as a prominent feature for the Japanese-Egyptian co-operation and the friendship between these two nations. Khedivial Opera House 1869 Khedivial Opera House Main article: Khedivial Opera House The Khedivial Opera House or Royal Opera House was the original opera house in Cairo, Egypt. It was dedicated on 1 November 1869 and burned down on 28 October 1971. After the original opera house was destroyed, Cairo was without an opera house for nearly two decades until the opening of the new Cairo Opera House in 1988. Cairo International Film Festival Main article: Cairo International Film Festival Egypt's love of the arts in general can be traced back to the rich heritage bequeathed by the Pharaohs. In modern times, Egypt has enjoyed a strong cinematic tradition since the art of filmmaking was first developed, early in the 20th century. A natural progression from the active theatre scene of the time, cinema rapidly evolved into a vast motion picture industry. This together with the much older music tradition, raised Egypt to become Hollywood Middle East and the cultural capital of the Arab world.