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The majority of Alexandria's antique attractions are Greco-Roman in origin. Hardly a surprise given that Alexandria's history began with its founder, Alexander the Great. During the Hellenistic period, this Mediterranean port city was a gathering place for scholars for centuries. Large-scale excavations near to the main train station revealed Roman baths, villas and an amphitheatre. Alexandria today is still more Mediterranean than Middle Eastern. The Steigenberger Cecil Hotel is an ideal starting point for exploring Alexandria thanks to its central location between the city center and the Mediterranean Sea. Beautiful white sandy beaches also make Alexandria an excellent destination for a beach vacation. Alexandria's location in the fertile, lush Nile Delta gives visitors the opportunity for day trips out into the unique landscape that is so unlike the rest of Egypt.


Cairo International Airport (CAI)
Distance: 240 km

Borg El-Arab Airport (HBE)
Distance: 51 km


Alexandria Railway Station
Distance: 4 km


At the street café: Enjoy a warm drink and a view of the sea

Situated right on 26 July Road, our street café invites you to linger and enjoy. Indulge in people-watching over a refreshing drink, Arabian tea specialties or fresh fruits. From here you also have fantastic views over the harbor and the ocean. The street café is open April through October, 24 hours a day.

Steigenberger Cecil Hotel, Alexandria - street café
Steigenberger Cecil Hotel, Alexandria - Sakura Roof Top Restaurant

Sakura Roof Top Restaurant

Under renovation

Unique, one-of-a-kind rooftop restaurant with a perfect view

Monty Bar: a legendary party spot

Monty Bar is named after Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, who stayed at the hotel during the Second Battle of El Alamein. Come and enjoy cocktails and drinks accompanied by live entertainment. The bar also has a separate area for cigar smokers.

Steigenberger Cecil Hotel, Alexandria - Monty Bar