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Staybridge Suites Le Caire - Citystars


An ideal starting point for enjoying the vibrant life of Cairo, Staybridge Suites Cairo Citystars is next to the city’s largest retail and leisure complex, Citystars. It's near the airport, and a short drive from Cairo International Conference Center.

Explorer Cairo

The Pyramids & Sphinx of Giza

Pyramids Road, Giza, Cairo,

The Pyramids of Cheops, Chephren, Mycerinus were reckoned by the Greeks to be one of the Seven Wonders of the World. A single pyramid is built with 2,300,000 blocks, each weighing an average of two and a half tones.

Egyptian Museum

Al-Mathaf Al Masri St., Tahrir Square, Cairo,

Located in Tahrir square, in Cairo’s centre, the Egyptian museum opened in 1902 which makes it one of the oldest museums in the Middle East. The museum features a massive collection of ancient Egyptian antiquities spanning from the old kingdom of Ancient Egypt to Greco-Roman era.

Stars Center at Citystars

Citystars, Heliopolis, Cairo,

One of the largest shopping and entertainment centers in the Middle East, with 643 stores over an area of 150,000 square metres, including diverse entertainment venues and spacious exhibition halls.

The Citadel

Al Qalaa, Salah Salem Road, Cairo,

The citadel dominates Cairos skyline, it was the dense center of the city and Egypt for almost 700 years. The old fortress was built by Salah El Din Al Ayoubi, founder of the Ayoubbid dynasty (1171 to 1250).

The Old Cairo

Old Cairo, Cairo,

The area known as Old Cairo is a relatively tiny portion of the vast city, but it is the oldest part of Cairo and has some interesting churches and museums, as well as the remains of Babylon.

The Islamic Cairo

Old Cairo District, Cairo,

Islamic Cairo is the area of the city which holds the most, the greatest and the most famous Islamic monuments. Many of these were raised by the Fatimid caliphs who founded the city of Cairo.

Khan El Khalily Bazaar

Al Azhar District, Cairo,

The famous Cairo bazaar dating back to the 14th century, where you can find an enormous variety of handmade goods, souvenirs, copper, brassware, glassware, carpets, gold, silver, leather, boxes, clothes and spices.

Cairo Tower

El Gezira, Zamalek, Cairo,

The 187- meter high Cairo Tower was built in 1961. There is a restaurant at the top and a viewing platform from which a fabulous panorama of Cairo is possible on a clear day.

Pharoanic Village

Al Bahr Al Azam St., Giza, Cairo,

The Pharaonic Village is a living museum of Egypt at the time of the Pharaohs. Over a hundred actors and actresses portray ancient Egyptian daily life.

Felucca Ride on the River Nile

Cournich El Nil St., Garden City, Cairo,

Enjoy a relaxing sailing trip on the Nile in a traditional Egyptian sailing boat also known as Felucca. It is recommended to book the trip around sunset time to soak in the wonderful view. The trip usually takes one to two hours.

Coptic Cairo

Salah Salem Road, Cairo,

A distinctive area in Old Cairo that has many churches and historical sites, some of which date back to 4th century AD, it is also believed that the holy family lived there for a brief period during their flight to Egypt. Some of the major sites there are Fortress of Babylon, Hanging church and Saint George church.

Museum of Islamic Art

Salah Salem Road, Cairo,

The museum houses one of the world's largest and finest collections of Islamic art, dating from the seventh to the 19th centuries.

Abdeen Palace Museum

Moustafa Abdel Raziq Street, off Abdeen, Cairo,

Abdeen Palace was built by Egyptian, Italian, French and Turkish architects in 1863, during Mohamed Ali's kingdom.

CICC Cairo Int'l Conventions Center

Al Nasr Road, Heliopolis, Cairo,

Cairo International Conference Centre (CICC) is one of the most comprehensive conference centers in Egypt, spanning over 30 hectares. Of these, 58,000 square meters are dedicated to advanced conference facilities. The center is designed to ensure that all events are carried out with the greatest possible efficiency, while also ensuring the comfort and convenience of attendees.

Bikes Park

Ismailia Road, Future City, Cairo,

Covering 210 acres, this park offers a safe and spacious cycling haven with well-designed paths amidst greenery for an exceptional riding experience.

Restaurants locaux

Windows Restaurant


Windows offers Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner buffets, as well as a la carte menu featuring a selection of international cuisine and a rich variety of local specialties. Open 24 hours



If you would like to discover the fine art of Japanese food, take a visit to Shogun restaurant where food is only a part of the experience. You will enjoy the typical Japanese restaurant atmosphere and choose from a large selection of appetizing specialties. At Shogun Japanese restaurant you can enjoy Sushi, Teppanyaki, Sashimi, and much more. You can be seated at one of the Japanese live cooking tables, or at the Sushi Bar.



Discover the real mouthwatering taste and stimulating world of Lebanese cuisine at Fayruz. There is a variety to satisfy the taste of everyone, vegetarian and non vegetarian.

Esplanade Cafe


Open 24 hours, Esplanade offers a wide range of International cuisine, not forgetting of course the rich variety of local specialties. Whether it is a light snack, an extensive buffet meal with live cooking or simply coffee and cake, Esplanade is the perfect place to be. You can also choose from an extensive a la carte menu.

Al Khal


Enjoy a great dining experience at Al Khal Restaurant, offering authentic Egyptian cuisine in a relaxed outdoor setting.



Feast on traditional Indian cuisine at Indira Restaurant, with kebabs fresh from the tandoor oven. This exquisite specialty restaurant serves delicious Indian cuisine using only fresh ingredients in an authentic setting.