Hotels Near Pyramids

The hotels near Pyramids and the surrounding attractions are the most convenient lodging option for anyone interested in minimizing daily travel and getting a jump start on adventure every day. Many of the Pyramids hotels are amazing, extending the Egyptian experience throughout the hotel and private quarters through amazing architectural design. Imagine a room with a view of the Giza Pyramids where guests can literally walk outside and stand in the shadow of one of the most mysterious and captivating wonders of the world. Even more, staying near the pyramids brings other attractions conveniently close like the Nile River, the Ancient Gates of Cairo, and the Necropolis of Memphis and Saqqara Step Pyramid.

Mena House Oberoi

Mena House Oberoi
Mena House Oberoi

The Mena House Oberoi (pictured above) is one of several luxury boutique hotels near Pyramids. Royal history abounds throughout the palatial building surrounded by lush gardens and just beyond Cairo’s Great Pyramids of Giza. Originally a hunting lodge built for the Egyptian King in 1869, it was expanded into a hotel and opened to guests in 1886. Since then, it was requisitioned by Australian forces in both Word Wars, and in 1977 it served as the meeting place between Egypt and Israel - leading to the historic Camp David Agreement. Opulent interiors are adorned in original artwork, detailed antiques, and handmade furniture. As a pyramids hotel with plenty of magnificent features, Oberoi has attracted the most noble of guests with amenities such as the adjacent golf course, magnificent spa, and world class dining via five restaurants, a bar, and a luxurious lounge.

Le Meridien Pyramids

Le Meridien Pyramids
Le Meridien Pyramids

Starwood Hotels’ Le Meridien Pyramids Hotel and Spa features an ultra modern design with a white washed backdrop and the most guest rooms of all pyramids hotels. Guests can easily walk the mile to the Sphinx and Giza Pyramids and when the mood strikes, visit Cairo city center in under 15 minutes by taxi. The hotel also offers guided pyramids tours, which can include a camel ride. Aside from impressive business services, plenty of entertainment options, and recreational pursuits, Le Meridien also presents a massive pool complete with waterfalls, onsite shopping, tennis courts, and a beauty salon.

Grand Pyramids Hotel

Grand Pyramids Hotel
Grand Pyramids Hotel

Pyramids hotels like the Grand Pyramids, with almost 250 rooms, are ideal in size and offer dozens of amenities both in rooms and throughout the hotel and grounds. A heated pool lies adjacent to the spa where a steam and massage room are available. Business guests appreciate extensive amenities, services, and large meeting rooms. International cuisines can be sampled at one of numerous onsite restaurants, serving Thai, Italian, Middle Eastern, and other cuisines. With so many things to do so close by, guests can head out to the Pyramids, the Sphinx, and other nearby historical sites easily and quickly or opt for one of the hotel’s package tours.

Mercure Cairo Le Sphinx

Mercure Cairo Le Sphinx
Mercure Cairo Le Sphinx

Mercure Cairo Le Sphinx, formerly the Sofitel Le Sphinx, has an amazing location at the base of the Giza Pyramids, giving it a reputation as one of the finest of all pyramids hotels. The five-star Mercure is situated within a pretty park and only eight miles from Cairo International Airport. The atmosphere facilitates a feeling of well being, with a sprawling pool flanked by endless lounge chairs and topped off by adjacent whirlpools along the edges. There is a first-class flagship restaurant, a rooftop patio serving delicious fare complete with a helping of pyramid views, and an international option too.

Movenpick Resort

Movenpick Resort
Movenpick Resort

Located on Alexandria Road, Movenpick Resort is one of the only hotels near pyramids and attractions that boasts an extensive children’s playground and mini golf course, yet lacks nothing for adults. There is a fitness center, a large heated swimming pool, massage and sauna services, and a rooftop café where a mix of cocktails and pyramid views blend perfectly. There are several dining choices, but for families, none is as ideal as the 24-hour international buffet serving three meals daily and with an a la carte menu to boot.

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