Ramses Hilton

Cairo Hotel
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Hilton Hotels
Total Meeting Space900 sq. m
Guest Rooms817
1115 Corniche El Nile

Ramses Hilton

Cairo Hotel
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2016 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence Award winner


Room Features and Guest Services

  • Concierge Services
  • Internet Access


  • Onsite Restaurant


  • Business Center

Recreational Activities

  • Health Club
  • Outdoor Pool

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Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space900 sq. m
Meeting Rooms14
Largest Room617 sq. m
Second Largest Room399 sq. m

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms817
Doubles (2 Beds)502


Local Attractions

Nearby Airport

24 km away
Cairo International Airport is the international airport of Cairo and the busiest in Egypt and serves as the primary hub for EgyptAir and EgyptAir Express as well as several other airlines

Pyramids and Sphinx

Historical Landmark
18 km away
The Pyramids and Giza Plateau being one of the Seven Wonders of the World, it’s no surprise that people come from all over the world just to see the Great Pyramids. The three large pyramids belonged to three Pharaohs of the Old Kingdom: Cheops, Chephren and Mycerinus. The largest pyramid on the site (and in Egypt) belonged to Cheops and standing almost 140m high. You also have to see the magnificent Sphinx and adjoining temple. It is also worth seeing the Solar Boat Museum, at the foot of the Pyramid of Cheops.
Giza, EG

Cairo Opera House

5 km away
Built on beautifully landscaped gardens, the Opera House is the best place to see ballet, opera and musical performances in the capital. The grounds have sculptures, fountains and beautiful gardens. Shows can be enjoyed at the main hall, the small hall or the open-air summer theatre. The Hanager Gallery usually puts on art exhibitions, including the Cairo Biennale.
Cairo, EG

Citadel and Mohamed Ali Mosque

Historical Landmark
5 km away
Designed by the Greek architect Yussuf Bushnaq, The Mohammad Ali (Alabaster) Mosque in the Citadel was begun in 1830 (finished in 1857) in the Ottoman style by Mohammad Ali Pasha, ruler of Egypt, and founder of the country's last dynasty of Khedives and Kings. The mosque is the Tomb of Mohammad Ali and is also known as the Alabaster Mosque because of the extensive use of this fine material from Beni Suef. Its two slender 270 foot minarets are unusual for Cairo. From the arcaded courtyard, visitors have a magnificent view across the city to the pyramids in Giza. Just off the courtyard is the vast prayer hall with an Ottoman style dome which is 170 feet above.
Cairo, EG

Cairo Tower

5 km away
Located at the centre of El Gezirah Island in Zamalek. Standing 187m high (614ft), it commands spectacular views of the city. Particularly worth visiting on clear days, or at night when Cairo’s lights are blazing, the Tower also has a revolving restaurant at the top.
Cairo, EG

Khan El Khalili Bazarr

5 km away
How could a market in Egypt be responsible for the founding of the United States? Khan el-Khalili, once known as the Turkish bazaar during the Ottoman period, is now usually just called the 'Khan', and the names of it and the Muski market are often used interchangeably to mean either. Named for the great Caravansary, the market was built in 1382 by the Emir Djaharks el-Khalili in the heart of the Fatimid City. Together with the al-Muski market to the west, they comprise one of Cairo's most important shopping areas. But more than that, they represent the market tradition which established Cairo as a major center of trade, and at the Khan, one will still find foreign merchants.
Cairo, EG

Egyptian Museum

0 km away
Built in 1902 in a beautiful neoclassical style, the Egyptian Museum stands at the north end of Midan Tahrir. It is home to artefacts and relics dating from the Old Kingdom of Pharaonic times, thousands of years ago, up to the period of Cleopatra and the Roman Empire’s involvement in Egypt. Sights to see include the Tutankhamun Galleries containing most of the contents of the young Pharaoh’s tomb, including his world-famous golden face-mask and the equally impressive two inner-sarcophagi.
Tahrir Square
Cairo, EG

Distance from Airport

  • 24 km from Venue


Set on the banks of the River Nile, the Ramses Hilton hotel is the perfect base for exploring all that Egypt's capital has to offer. We're steps from the famous Egyptian Museum and a short drive to the Great Pyramids of Giza, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Enjoy a wealth of activities at the hotel - we have a casino, billiards hall, and a galleria of 250 shops. Soak up the sun at the pool along the riverfront, and indulge in international cuisines at our restaurants. The hotel showcases more than 1,022 square meters of versatile function space, ready to host your next conference, executive meeting or lavish social affair. Do business in one of 7 meeting rooms or celebrate in the ballroom for up to 500 delegates.

Additional Information

Host over 500 attendees in the stunning 614 square meters Ramses Ballroom, which is also dividable into six smaller sections to best suit your guest list. At 107 square meters each, both the Ibis Room and Pelican Room can host up to 80 guests or divided in half for more intimate gatherings. The majority of our venues feature ample natural light and the latest technology as well as wireless Internet access, ideal for presentations, product launches and seminars. Our dedicated event coordinators and catering team will dazzle your attendees with delicious catering menus and unique teambuilding opportunities. Whether you envision an evening of traditional Egyptian entertainment or fresh floral arrangements, our team will deliver a flawless event your guests will remember for years to come. Ramses Hilton is 5 minutes from the Egyptian Museum and within easy reach of famous Cairo attractions and 24 KM from Cairo International Airport .


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