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Combine business, history and luxury with a visit to our Renaissance Cairo Mirage City Hotel in the New Cairo. Elegantly decorated guest rooms give the hotel an authentic Egyptian feel. Business travelers will find a plethora of fully equipped meeting rooms and events spaces on site. And our location just 10 minutes from the magnificence of the Heliopolis and a short trip away from the Pyramids of Giza and the Citadel means guests are in the perfect place to discover the history of Ancient Egypt. Ask Navigator Mahmoud about the best ways to discover these ancient sites and where to drink and dine when your sightseeing is done.

The amenities

  • Plush Bedding
  • Personal Navigator
  • JOYA NYC fragrance
  • Multi-Cultural Cuisine
  • Flat-Screen HDTVs
  • Fitness Centre
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Kids Pool
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Renaissance Cairo Mirage City Hotel

Taha Hussein Museum

Dedicated to Taha Hussein's achievements, the highlights of this museum are his 7000-book library, medal display and rare music collection.

Step Pyramid of Saqqara

Designed by Imhotep, chief architect of the III Dynasty pharaoh Djoser, this six-tiered funerary chamber was the first pyramid. Prior to its construction, pharaohs were buried beneath rectangular mastabas. Imhotep created a pyramid by stacking six increasingly smaller mastabas on top of each other. Later pharaohs took it a step further to create the pyramids seen at Giza and elsewhere. An extensive funerary complex surrounds the pyramid. It is a very atmospheric place and the highlight for many is wandering through the hypostyle hall and Great South Court, part of which has been rebuilt. Special permission is needed to enter the pyramid.


North Saqqara, Cairo

Souq al-Gomaa

Souq al-Gomaa is a bustling outdoor market that happens every Friday in Cairo. The offerings are diverse to say the least, with antiques, vintage fashions, bicycles, toilets and live donkeys among the products sold week after week. Prices can often be lowered with some bargaining, but it is best to arrive earlier in the day in order to avoid the largest crowds.


Salah Salem Street, Cairo

Opening hours

Friday from 08:00 AM to 02:00 PM

Abou El Sid

Abou El Sid is easy to miss, an unmarked iron door the only notable landmark at the very edge of Zamalek. This clandestine entrance is the first hint toward Abou El Sid's atmosphere, a dimly lit dining room and antique furniture playing host to an authentic selection of Egyptian cuisine assembled from long-held recipes. Typical Egyptian favorites such as taameya (falafal) and babaghanoug are available as well as more regional dishes such as bessara, a fava and coriander dip, and kobeba, wheat and lamb meatballs paired with an eggplant spread. Main dishes are definitely the highlight here, exotic items such as stuffed pigeon and molokheya offering a unique experience. Don't miss the restaurant's Om Ali, a puff pastry-baklava hybrid that has gained rave reviews for this hole-in-the-wall eatery. 


157 26th of July Street, Cairo

Opening hours

Sunday to Saturday from 12:00 PM to 02:00 AM


This concept cafe in the Maadi region aims to seamlessly blend culture, creativity and community. Mizan offers delicious food for breakfast, lunch and dinner in addition to drinks and shisha. The cafe also serves as an art space and performance venue for artists to display and sell their work and comedians and musicians to showcase their talents. 


Villa 46, Road 9, Maadi, Cairo

Opening hours

Sunday to Saturday from 09:00 AM to 02:00 AM

Taha Hussein Museum

This establishment is a tribute to Dr. Taha Hussein, one of Egypt's most influential luminaries of the 20th Century. Albeit visually impaired since the age of three, Hussein published over 50 books on the country's social, political and cultural scenario. The government metamorphosed his former residence into a museum to honor the philosopher's contribution to Arabic literature and contemporary cultural history. The ground floor encompasses his study and a hall where his meetings with dignitaries were scheduled. Upstairs are three bedrooms, and the outdoor garden features a bust of the man himself.


Helmiyat al-Ahram Street, Cairo

Abo Ammar El Soury

Abo Ammar El Soury is a favorite destination for Syrian food in Cairo. Though the menu features soups, salads and a variety of sandwiches, this restaurant is especially known for its shawarma, meats that are grilled on a spit for as long as a full day. The ordering process can be a bit unorganized with patrons milling about waving their receipts, but the wait is worth it to get a taste of the best shawarma in the city.


8 Syria Street, Mohandessin

Opening hours

Sunday to Saturday from 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM

Meetings at the Renaissance Cairo Mirage City Hotel

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