Photo Review: Hilton Cairo Heliopolis One Bedroom Suite, Pool View


Hilton Cairo Heliopolis

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Date of stay: March 14-15, 2024
Address: El-Orouba, Sheraton Al Matar, El Nozha, Cairo Governorate 11361
Rooms: King Deluxe, upgraded to One Bedroom Suite with Pool View
How to get here: From Cairo Int´l Airport, you can take a taxi for 15 Egyptian Pounds.
Hilton Property: Number 167 in 50 countries

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Hotel Exterior & Entrance

Exterior and entrance

The hotel transfer from the airport to the hotel costs 20USD per person, but from the hotel to the airport is complimentary.

Reception & Lobby

Lobby seating area

Lobby seating area

Sisha section in the lobby

A special art on display in the lobby.

Check-in (sit-down)

Concierge desks

Near the Le Marche restaurant is the entrance to the adjacent Waldorf Astoria Cairo Heliopolis where we would be staying when we get back to Cairo 12 days later.


Card keys

Welcome letter (for those with Executive Lounge access).

Elevators & Hallway



One Bedroom Suite, Pool View (4041)

Living room

Work desk

TV, Nespresso machine

TV channel guide

Mini ref, coffee and tea

Guest toilet

The bed was very comfortable.



Power outlets

Slippers, iron, ironing board

Bathroom with bidet (toiletries were from Crabtree & Evelyn)

Walk-in shower

Door to the connecting room (near the master bathroom)

View of the pool

Orientation map

Aside from the usual welcome amenity of fruits and sweets, I also got a birthday cake (for my upcoming birthday). Thanks so much guys!

Executive Lounge




Lounge reserved for Executive rooms and suites residents.

All-Day Refreshments

Softdrinks, Schweppes, water, coffee and tea

Afternoon Tea (3pm to 5pm)


Green tea. No baked cakes or cookies were offered despite the welcome letter stating that, perhaps due to it being Ramadan, although we did not ask the staff.

Evening Canapes (7pm to 9pm)



Cold cuts, cheese, sliced fruits, whole fruits, desserts

Baguette with grilled chicken, beef, tuna etc.

Breakfast Buffet Restaurant (My Kind of Place)


The buffet offering was extensive and had cold and hot buffet including the usual made to order eggs. Below are some photos from the buffet:

Bread, Danish, etc.

Yogurt, cheese, etc.

Egg frittata, potato, boiled egg

Feteer, Halva

Ful Medames cart

Water, juices, sliced fruits

Feteer (the chef came to our table to offer us different sorts of feteer).

Amenities & Outlets

Business Center

Outdoor pool

Circle pool

This circle pool was closed for renovation.

Fitness center

Whirlpool (they also have a sauna)

Kid´s Play Area

Tennis and squash courts

Outlets include Le Marche, Leonardo Restaurant (Italian), Lan Tania (Thai), Al Dabke (Lebanese) and more but since it was Ramadan, they were closed during the day and opened from 6pm onwards. The only restaurant that was open during the day was Le Marche where we had lunch.

Lunch, Le Marche

We decided to have lunch at the hotel, at the Le Marche.

Bread and butter

Plain Caesar Salad

Hot Dog Monsieur

Both the salad and the hot dog were very good.


I have stayed at the Ramses Hilton a few years ago and really liked my stay there. As we were arriving at 11pm, we decided to book the Hilton Cairo Heliopolis which is 5 minutes away by taxi from the airport. We got upgraded to a one bedroom suite 3 days prior to arrival which was very much accepted. The breakfast buffet offering was very good, and the evening offering from the Executive Lounge was also nice although they did not offer any hot items. The room was nice and the staff were all friendly. Lastly, the birthday cake was just lovely. Overall, for the price we paid, it was really worth it and can recommend this hotel to all.