Stylish and spacious pad in the heart of Cairo

Stylish and spacious pad in the heart of Cairo


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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
2 Bathrooms

About our home

This six-room high-ceiling flat lies in the heart of downtown Cairo on the sixth floor of a historical building that was constructed in 1928. It also has two bathrooms, a kitchen, large reception area is 285 squared metres large. The building was renovated in 2013 and restored to its former art-deco style glory that was common in downtown Cairo during the monarchy.

It also comes with a fully equipped kitchen, wifi, a television with Apple TV, and four balconies. All six rooms (2 bedrooms, a dining room, an office and 2 living rooms) are fully air conditioned.

Smoking is only allowed in the balconies and a cleaner is available daily.

The house is in the centre of downtown Cairo, making it close to everything a visitor might need, including good transport links.


More about us

  1. I am a writer

  2. I have traveled to over 70 countries and my home reflects that, with decor from all over the world.

  3. I am a father of three, all of whom are at various stages of university education.

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Where is it?


Downtown Cairo is where Egyptian royalty, nobility and elites have traditionally lived. The house, for example, lies a mere 10 minute walk from the former royal palace and is surrounded by several bars, restaurants, and cafes, both historical and trendy, that are all within a walking distance.

Downtown Cairo itself was designed by prestigious French architects who were commissioned by Khedive Ismail during his visit to Paris in 1867. It was recently renovated and restored to its former glory.

Buzzy restaurants
Eish + Malh, Greek Club, Estoril, Felfela, La Chesa
Cool bars
Horreya, Cap d'or, Odeon Palace, Stella Bar, Windsor, Carlton
Cozy cafés
Grouppi, Cafe Riche, Kafein, Costa Coffee
Retail therapy
Oum El Dounia
Bit of culture
Tahrir Square, Egyptian Museum, Abdeen Palace Museum, Museum of Islamic Art, Mausoleum of Saad Pacha Zaghloul
Spot of exercise
Gezira Sporting Club
Day tripping
Pyramids of Giza, Khan Al-Khalili, Azhar Park

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