Relax in a modern and bright room that is fully equipped and elegant.
Approximate price for 2 people
The Barceló Cairo Pyramids**** hotel is situated in the legendary city of Cairo, only 4 km from the mythical Giza Plateau; declared a World Heritage Site and home to the famous pyramids of Cheops, Khafre and Menkaure.
A modern, comfortable hotel with 236 spacious rooms and a fantastic heated outdoor swimming pool, situated in Sharia Al Haram, one of the most famous avenues in Egypt, also known as pyramid street.
229 Al Ahram Street . 12111 Cairo Egypt
Cairo International Airport 31 km away
Pyramids + Sphinx 4 km away
Egypt Museum 8 km away
The Barceló Cairo Pyramids hotel has a modern and sophisticated spa with plenty of body and facial treatments to satisfy any visitor.
It also boasts 2 spectacular hot tubs, ideal for eliminating stress, toxins, activating blood circulation and has many other beneficial effects on the body and, by extension, also the mind.
The hotel has a spectacular heated outdoor swimming pool that is open all year round, an area with sun loungers, grass parasols and the sophisticated Osiris bar that serves refreshing drinks while you enjoy a relaxing dip.
The panoramic terrace on the 12th floor of the hotel will also delight all guests thanks to its wonderful views of the pyramids of Giza.
For sports lovers, the Barceló Cairo Pyramids has a gimnasio and the latest generation with toning machines, cardio and dumbbells, where you can keep fit during your stay. What's more, there's a magnificent 18-hole golf course just 3 km from the hotel.
Cairo has many fascinating places to offer any traveller interested in the history of ancient civilisations and other cultures, and this hotel is perfect for this, thanks to its privileged location.
A highlight is the Egyptian Museum that houses the greatest collection of objects from the Pharaonic era to the Roman era, standing out from other museums due to the quantity and importance of many of its treasures.
The Khan-al-Khalili is a market built in 1382 with bustling alleyways offering all kinds of arts, crafts and interesting objects, making it extremely appealing to visitors.
The Cairo Opera is considered the largest cultural venue in the city and is home to the best musical groups in Egypt.