Arabella Residence - New Cairo
Arabella Residence is a hotel in New Cairo offers the guests an unforgettable stay with its warm hospitality, unique service quality in the magical environment that mixes modern and history. Every detail Arabella residence has been tailor-made through modern design to provide your unforgettable experience and build your trust.
Unlimited hospitality and perfect service awaits you from the moment you step in Arabella residence. Our rooms are carefully designed and made to have all the comforts that our guests may need. Due to the different expectations, different types of rooms were designed like suites, family rooms and standard rooms.
Discover Egypt capital, Cairo, while staying in a calm place peaceful location not very far from major city attractions and business hubs.
Guest rooms ranging from standard to suites are available, providing an array of room choices each offering true relaxation.
All our guest-rooms are elegantly furnished with modern furniture include luxury en-suite facilities with complimentary amenities pack, flat screen TV, free wi-fi , tea boiler facilities.
We do offer airport shuttle , you can request it after your reservation with a competitive price
You can select you breakfast from our menu and enjoy it in your room
Enjoy our high speed free wifi in all rooms and public area
We provide free of charge daily housekeeping 24/7
We offer free of charge luggage storge , leave your luggage with us and enjoy your trip !
In-Room Dining Service
You can order any kind of food from a wide variation of international restaurant and enjoy our free In- Room dining service
THINGS TO DO
Pyramids & Sphinx at Giza Half-Day Private Tour
Witness first-hand one of the most iconic sights in the world—the Great Pyramid of Giza and neighboring Sphinx. Uncover the history of the Pharaohs and ancient Egyptians with a visit to the pyramid at Giza, which has stood for thousands of years and is one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, the only one still largely intact. Marvel at the engineering prowess necessary to build such a structure, which stood as the tallest in the world until relatively recently. See the adjacent grand Sphinx, guarding the tombs of the Pharaohs.
Nile Dinner Cruise in Cairo with Belly Dancing
6:30 pm Begin with pickup at your hotel, then travel to a Garden City dock to meet the river boat. Leave the shore behind as your captain steers the boat into the Nile’s current: you’ll have roughly 2-hours on the water for dinner, shows, and sightseeing. Listen to Arabic melodies as Tanoura dancers, or dervishes, perform the second show of the evening, spinning continuously on stage to traditional Sufi music. After the show, climb onto the top deck of the ship for an open-air view of the passing shoreline, and enjoy a unique perspective on the bustling capital city.
Sound & Light Show at the Pyramids of Giza
Delight in an evening's entertainment as the Great Pyramid of Giza comes to life with lights and lasers under the night sky. The Sphinx “narrates” a condensed history of the ancient Egyptians while the projected effects give new perspective to the ancient structures.
Take a trip out of the city center to the edge of the desert, where the last remaining Wonder of the Ancient World lies intact after thousands of years, waiting to put on a fabulous spectacle of sight and sound. The 3 majestic pyramids are lit up in a multitude of colors and fashions, delivering a dramatic display against the jet-black night sky and the wind-swept desert.
Alexandria City Discovery Small-Group Tour
Just a few hours from Cairo, Alexandria is one of the world's most impressive historical cities. With a small group and an expert guide, venture out to explore the archaeological ruins, spooky catacombs, and Roman architecture of this fabled seaside site.
Meet up with your guide and hop in a comfortable vehicle for the 3-hour ride through desert terrain to the port city of Alexandria, founded by none other than Alexander the Great. Head back out into the light of day to visit the former site of the Lighthouse of Alexandria, one of the 7 Wonders of the Ancient World. Check out the Citadel of Qaitbay, a medieval fortress built on top of the original lighthouse platform, and take in sweeping views over the coastline.
Next, visit the Library of Alexandria, a massive modern structure inspired the Ancient Library of Alexandria, which was built in the 3rd century BC. Admire the incredible building, which can house more than 8 million books, and then make your final stop at the National Museum.
Private tour, Egyptian museum and Sakkara
Have you thought what is the first pyramid in the world , and what for they built it , where is this pyramid and what is the need of it in the pharos imagination. in this tour you will discover every thing with a professional tour guide familiar with all the Egyptian histories and also he will show you the important details about every thing in the museum and in djoser pyramid area.
Stop At: Saqqara (Sakkara) Pyramids, Cairo, Cairo Governorate the area of the pyramid of Saqqara, which has the first step pyramid of King Djoser, in northwest of the city of Memphis. It was built ca. 27th century BC during the Third dynasty for the burial of Pharaoh Djoser by his vizier, Imhotep.
Stop At: Egyptian Antiquities Museum, Cairo, Cairo Governorate
the Egyptian Museum, that displays the largest number of most precious items of Egyptian antiques. A rare collection of over 250,000 genuine artifacts that date 5,000 years back, including an exclusive exhibit dedicated to the Tutankhamun and his full treasure .
Tour to Citadel, Coptic and Islamic Cairo
Religious tour in the wonderful Egypt is different, the oldest religious places located in Egypt.
Discover the citadel of Mohamed Ali and Sultan Hassan mosque at Mokattam hill near the centre of Cairo, was once famous for its fresh breeze and grand views of the city and now it's a preserved historic site.
Also takw walk in the oldest market in egypt KHAN ELKHALIL Bazaar.
Start your tour at 9pm with our licensed tour guide waiting for you to find the wonderful designs of the Islamic epic with mosques and museums. The Citadel is sometimes referred to as Mohamed Ali Citadel, because it contains the Mosque of Muhammad Ali. This Ottoman mosque, the largest to be built in the first half of the 19th century, is, with its animated silhouette and twin minarets, the most visible mosque in Cairo.
Enjoy Khan El Khalil Bazaar where Shops typically sell souvenirs, antiques and jewellery. In addition to shops, there are several coffeehouses, restaurants, and street food vendors distributed throughout the market.
Everything perfectly done. Staff is really really helpful. Ahmed , Abdul , Mohammed and the house keeping guy you guys were awesome. Hotel manager was also very friendly. Thank you so much for making me feel at home. Will definitely stay with youll if come back. Pritesh :)