Hotels in Alexandria, Egypt

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Alexandria, Egypt
13 Aug — 14 Aug2
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Low seasonMarchcheapest month to stay
High seasonFebruarymost expensive time to stay
80%expected price decrease
68%expected price increase


£19 - £293

Highest day of weekMondayis the most expensive day of the week to book
Cheapest day of weekTuesdayis the cheapest day of the week to book
£285is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day
£4is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day
Cheapest time to bookThe cheapest time to book hotels in Alexandria is: 3 star, 81 days before.

1-2 star

£21 - £33

3 star

£32 - £38

4-5 star

£95 - £115

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Most Popular Hotel (5-star)

Four Seasons Hotel Alexandria at San Stefano

Average Length of Stay

11 days
The cheapest price for a room in Alexandria found in the last 7 days is £11/night. This rate is available with Fouad Hotel, a 2-star hotel.
Travel with comfort when booking a room with Four Seasons Hotel Alexandria at San Stefano, the most popular 5-star hotel in Alexandria (9/10 rating - based on 1,469 reviews).
On average, people stay for 11 days when lodging at hotels in Alexandria. The average accommodation price for 11 days in Alexandria in the past week is £856.

Alexandria travel tips

Getting around in Alexandria is relatively easy since public transport is accessible in most neighbourhoods. To get to Alexandria, you can travel by bus, train, or taxi. To get around in the city through public transportation, you’ll take the tram or microbus. Sidi Bishr is one of the top neighbourhoods to stay, with the Sidi Bishr and Louran tram stations close by. The tram service reaches various neighbourhoods, including—but not limited to—Sidi Gaber, Shatby, Cleopatra, Gianaclis, Safar, and Gamma. Tram prices are reasonable. El-Mandara also has public buses and shuttles. You can find cheap Alexandria hotels close to these areas, like the Regency Hotel, the Sheraton Montazah Hotel, and Aifu Resort.

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Average £116

Most expensive £360

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Where to stay in Alexandria

If you’re visiting the city for business, you can find cheap hotels in Alexandria in the city centre. Some popular hotels are the Paradise Inn Le Metropole Hotel, Steigenberger Cecil Hotel, the Cherry Maryski, and Plaza Hotel. However, Samouha also has hotels suitable for business travel, like the Hilton Alexandria Green Plaza and the Grand Plaza Hotel. You can also find affordable Alexandria hotels in Sidi Bishr, such as the Hilton Alexandria Corniche, Four Seasons Hotel Alexandria, and the Sunrise Alex Avenue Hotel. Leisure travelers and couples willing to venture farther from the city centre can stay in other Alexandria neighbourhoods. If you want to book hotels in Alexandria, consider Asafra, Ash Shatibi, and El-Mandara. However, Alexandria is a vast city with many neighbourhoods and even more attractions, so there are almost limitless options for places to stay. Public transport may not be readily available in some neighbourhoods, but the roads are generally good, and you can rent a car through momondo.

Learn about attractions and sights in Alexandria

Alexandria is a historically appealing city, and one of the most popular attractions that brings tourists is the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, designed and modeled after the Alexandria Library. The original library burned down, but the present library, located in Al Azaritah Wa Ash Shatebi, is still a sight to behold. You can check out Fort Qaitbey, located in As Sayalah Sharq; the ruins of a Roman theatre in Ismail Mahana; and the Egyptian mummies in the Kom El Shoqafa catacombs in the Qesam Karmouz region. Corniche, the wide road going along the seashore, is a must-see landmark, and so is the Royal Jewelry Museum in the San Stefano neighbourhood. You must pay for most of these attractions, but the prices are affordable.

When you’re considering booking hotels in Alexandria and you want to dine out and enjoy Egypt, you’ll be pleased to know that the bar and restaurant selection is extensive. The city centre is the most concentrated area for restaurants, so you might want to stick around and get a drink. Cap d’Or, Elite, Spitfire Bar, and Centro de Portugal are some of the top bars in the area. You can easily walk around once downtown, or use the microbus. San Stefano has some appealing restaurants, such as the Abou Awad, Pizza Minouche, China House, and Casa Mia. There’s a variety of cuisine in the area, from Chinese to Italian and, of course, Mediterranean. Samouha is also a noteworthy neighbourhood with restaurants, like the Roastery, Bruxie’s Kafr Abdo, and Holmes Burgers for fast food. The microbus can take you from downtown to both San Stefano and Samouha.

Alexandria is best known for the Annual Film Festival, which has a special focus on Mediterranean productions. It occurs each November at the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, located in Alexandria Governorate. The festival aims to expand film culture and strengthen relationships between filmmakers and others in the international film industry. You can get to the venue by tram; the two closest tram stations are Shatibi and Young Muslims. You can exit at either station, depending on where you're coming from.

Information about staying in Alexandria

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On average, people stay in Alexandria for a total of 11 nights.

The cost of a hotel room in Alexandria will vary according to demand, location and star rating. On average, rooms will cost around £59 per night.

March is the cheapest month to book a hotel in Alexandria. Prices can be 80% lower than other, busier months, so this is a great time to get a good deal.

Hotel rooms in Alexandria are generally cheapest on Monday and more costly on Sunday.

Per person, per night, a hostel in Alexandria (or a sub 2-star rated hotel) is priced at £22, on average. This price is £37 cheaper than your average Alexandria hotel.

Temperatures in Alexandria are typically around 26 °C during August and the chance of rain is low, which makes August the perfect time to spend some time outside at popular area attractions.

Yes, Alexandria has 186 holiday rentals available. If you’re interested in a holiday rental in Alexandria, Maamoura Beach Apartment is the most popular in the city. Compare deals on holiday rentals in Alexandria.

Yes, you can book a hostel in Alexandria. At the moment, there are 47 hostels in the area and Abeer Hotel Alexandria is the most popular among momondo users. Compare deals on hostels in Alexandria.

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Fouad Hotel

1 Digla St., Alramel Station, Corniche Road, Alexandria, Egypt

Amoun Hotel Alexandria

Amoun Hotel Alexandria

32 El Nasr St., El Manshia, Alexandria, Egypt

The Grand Plaza Hotel Smouha

The Grand Plaza Hotel Smouha

14th May Avenue, Smouha, Alexandria, Egypt

Sea View Hotel Elagmy

Sea View Hotel Elagmy

Alexandria El Agami El Hanoville, Alexandria, Egypt

Alexandria Mediterranean Suites

Alexandria Mediterranean Suites

6 Nemat Allah Street Corniche Road, Alexandria, Egypt


Transit Alexandria Hostel

1 Gamal El Deen Yassin, Raml Station, Alexandria, Egypt

Abeer Hotel Alexandria

Abeer Hotel Alexandria

21 Hasan El Sheikh Street (Al Borsa Al Qadima) Above Nassar Cafe Al Mansheya, Corniche, Alexandria, Egypt

Smoha Zahran Haus (Private rooms or Private Apartment)

Smoha Zahran Haus (Private rooms or Private Apartment)

35 El-Moustashar Mahmoud El-Attar, Ezbet Saad, Sidi Gaber, Alexandria, Egypt

Jewel San Stefano Hotel

Jewel San Stefano Hotel

409 El Gaish Road, Alexandria, Egypt


Al Maghraby Hotel

10 El Boursa Al Adima Street, Manshia, Alexandria, Egypt


Zafero Studios and Apartments - Families only

Alexandria, Egypt

Green Plaza Inn

Green Plaza Inn

Smouha, Alexandria, Alexandria, Egypt


Louran Residence

3 Galal Zahran Street, Off Shaarawy Avenue Louran, Alexandria, Egypt


Peace & Freedom Guesthouse & Restaurant

Garaf Road luxor West Bank, Alexandria, Egypt

Caesar hostel

Caesar hostel

47, Alexandria, Egypt, Alexandria, Egypt


Egyptians Hostel

11 Salah el Den Shaban st Khaled bn Waled, Miami, Alexandria, Egypt

Royal Jewel Al Raml Hotel

Royal Jewel Al Raml Hotel

Mahta Al Raml Sq., Alexandria, Egypt

Regency Hotel

Regency Hotel

696 Corniche Road, Alexandria, Egypt


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Alexandria, Egypt


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