|Most expensive month:||August|
|Average price in Alexandria:||$122/night|
|Cheapest price found:||$11/night|
|Most expensive day:||Tuesday|
San Giovanni Stanly Hotel & Restaurant
205 El Gueish Avenue, Alexandria, Egypt
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252, Moustafa Kamel, Corniche Road, Alexandria, Egypt
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Four Seasons Hotel Alexandria at San Stefano
399 El Geish Road, Alexandria, Egypt
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A sparkling Mediterranean seaport, Alexandria bustles with energy as Egypt’s cultural capital, thriving with its variety of old-world cafes and Belle Epoque architecture. The city is hugely popular with travellers drawn to the water-centric lifestyle, with intriguing museums and history dating back to Queen Cleopatra.
With a fabled past that includes renowned figures, such as Alexander the Great and Cleopatra, Alexandria makes history come alive. The Alexandria National Museum harbours almost 2,000 artefacts, while the Royal Jewelry Museum, once the palace of Princess Fatma Al-Zahra, sparkles from ceiling to floor with jewels, medals, stained glass and treasures, such as diamond-encrusted garden tools.
Montazah Palace Gardens overlook the Mediterranean and are perfect for a leisurely stroll past rare and exotic plants, a sandy beach cove and Victorian-style bridge. Are you interested in Egyptian history? Don’t miss the multi-tiered Catacombs of Kom ash-Suqqafa, which has chambers and tombs built in Graeco-Roman style.
The Corniche promenade spans the waterfront for 16 kilometres along Eastern Harbour and offers enchanting sea views and continuous parades of joggers, cyclers, waterfront cafes and shops. For dining and nightlife options, stroll to the 400-metre-long stretch along Stanley Bridge.
Modern malls offer luxurious shopping, but the Souq District the place to experience authentic open-air marketplaces brimming with spices, antiques and traditional clothing. Small cafes dish out Egyptian snacks and specialties, such as kushari, fava beans and kofta kebabs.
Public buses traverse Alexandria, while double-decker trams run in the inner city. Taxis and microbuses offer convenient options, and rental cars are also available at Alexandria International Airport and various locations throughout the city.
Tolip Alexandria, rated with a score of 7.8 from 9,697 reviewers, is one of the most popular hotels in Alexandria. Other top stays include Four Seasons Hotel Alexandria at San Stefano, with an average rating of 8.9 from 1,501 reviewers, and Hilton Alexandria Corniche, with a score of 8.0 from 2,150 reviewers.
Reviews of Helnan Palestine Hotel recommend it as a good place to stay near Montazah Beach, scoring 8.4/10 from 2,594 ratings.
$209/night is the average price of a hotel in Alexandria, based on HotelsCombined searches over the last 3 days. For 4-star hotels in Alexandria, the average price found is $94/night, and for 5-star hotels the average price is $198/night.
Over the last 3 days, Alexandria hotels have been found for as cheap as $10/night in searches by HotelsCombined users.
Users have found prices for hotels in Alexandria tonight starting as low as $10, rising to an average cost of $244, based on searches in the last 72 hours. Prices start from $27 for a 4-star hotel in Alexandria for tonight.
Corniche Street is a waterfront road that also connects to El-Gaish Road and 26 July Road. These roads run along the coastline connecting all areas of Alexandria to the sea, so you can see why they’re popular. The best hotels near Corniche run along the coastline as well. If you want to be on this street or at least very close by, book hotels in Alexandria like the Steigenberger Cecil Alexandria Hotel, the Windsor Palace Hotel, or the Abeer Hotel Alexandria. If you are trying to find cheap hotels in Alexandria, some budget accommodations in this area include the Transit Alexandria Hostel and the Triomphe Hostel. There is no shortage of things to do and see along the coastline, especially if you’re staying closer to the downtown area along these roads.
Yes, there are many different options for kid-friendly hotels in Alexandria for you and your family to check out during your trip. The Sea Star Hotel is a good option located between the coastline and the downtown area, especially for families traveling on a budget. The Paradise Inn Le Metropole Hotel is another good option to be close to many of the family-friendly attractions in Alexandria. The Cherry Maryski Hotel and the Al Maghraby Hotel both offer free breakfast, so if you are trying to save money on meals for everyone these are great options that are also conveniently located. The Aifu Resort and the Royal Crown Alexandria, both near the coast, are also perfect for families as they have amenities that everyone can enjoy during their leisure time, such as pools and other outdoor activities. If you have specific dates in mind, we recommend booking in advance.
If you’re looking for a quieter and more secluded place to stay in Alexandria, Egypt, you will want to stay a bit outside of the downtown area and potentially consider booking resorts on the seaside. These will keep you away from the hustle and bustle of downtown city life while still giving you access to tours, attractions, and the secluded beaches that the resorts themselves offer to guests. The Aifu Resort is a good option for this. You may also want to check out hotels in Alexandria like the Tolip Alexandria, the Sunrise Alex Avenue Hotel, the San Giovanni Stanly Hotel and Restaurant, and the Romance Alexandria Hotel. These options all offer a beachside view as well as amenities onsite, so you only have to leave the premises if you want to. Enjoy a relaxing vacation on the Egyptian coast.
Alexandria has a ton of good food spots located across the city, so it is hard to go wrong. However, downtown is famous for its street food and authentic Egyptian restaurants, while the coastline offers incredible seafood. If you are interested in authentic local food, we’d recommend booking hotels in Alexandria in the heart of downtown. Check out places like the Hotel Delta and Fouad Hotel. These are also great for travelers on a budget - and the cheaper the accommodation, the more money you can spend on food. The Sea Star and the Semiramis Hotel are also good options to be in the downtown area of Alexandria. Close to the coast, you will want to check out hotels like the Paradise Inn Le Metropole Hotel and the Windsor Palace Hotel. In addition, the San Giovanni Stanly Hotel and Restaurant has a delicious restaurant on-site for your comfort and convenience.