Grand Nile Tower Hotel

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Grand Nile Tower Hotel
Cairo - Garden City - Hyatt from the Nile.JPG
General information
Location Cairo, Egypt
Opening 1974; 41 years ago (1974)
Technical details
Floor count 41
Design and construction
Architect William B. Tabler Architects[1]
Other information
Number of rooms 715

The Grand Nile Tower Hotelis located on Al-Roda Island, in Cairo, Egypt.

History and profile[edit]

The hotel was opened in 1974 as the Hotel Meridien Cairo, .[2] It has 715 rooms and includes a shopping mall and a rotating restaurant.[2]

It was expanded with the addition of a 41 floor tower in 2003[2] when it was renamed the Grand Hyatt Cairo. It ceased to be managed by the Hyatt chain on 20 March 2011 due to unresolved contractual disputes with the hotel’s owner. It is currently operated as an independent hotel.



  1. ^ Grand Hyatt Cairo at
  2. ^ a b c "Grand Nile Tower". Travel Weekly. Retrieved 26 August 2014. 

Coordinates: 30°02′05″N 31°13′39″E / 30.0348°N 31.2276°E / 30.0348; 31.2276