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The Most Beautiful Airbnb Listings In Cairo, Egypt

By Leah Freeman-Haskin

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From the Nile River to the Great Sphinx, there is no shortage of reasons to visit Egypt’s breathtaking capital. If a trip to Cairo is on your upcoming itinerary, here are some of the most beautiful Airbnb’s to check out. 

Eclectic Oasis In The Heart Of Downtown Cairo

Located in an early-20th-century building, this home boasts 3 balconies and accommodations for up to 6 guests and is a steal starting around $99/night depending on your travel dates. Freshly renovated and designed with high ceilings, reused architectural details, and a skillfully curated mix of antique, vintage, and new furniture, you will feel right at home in this downtown oasis.

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1940’s Private Villa, In The Heart Of Cairo

Built in the 1940’s, this is one of the few remaining Villas of its time. With high ceilings and well-lit windows, this charming home is an ideal base for exploring the city while the outdoor garden space allows for a quiet retreat.  Situated in Heliopolis – the center of Cairo, Egypt, this home sleeps up to 4 guests and starts around $59/night.

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Royal Dreaming Apartment In Kasrelnil Tahrir Square

Like a small museum, this unique apartment is located in famous Tahrir Square and just minutes from renowned restaurants, bars, and sightseeing. At just around $57/night this 5-star rated, super-hosted home promises affordability and great service. 

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Lemon Spaces, 3BR Flat Across Waterway, New Cairo

This apartment is located in one of the most lively locations in New Cairo just 40 minutes from all of the sites in Cairo. With 3 bedrooms and space to sleep up to 6 guests, this apartment is an affordable option at just $83/night. Thoughtfully designed with modern details, this playful and colorful home is the prefect getaway retreat. 


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2 Bedroom Apartment, Maadi, Villa Belle Epoque

According to the listing, this apartment is located in the lush neighborhood of Maadi, on the second floor of Villa Belle Epoque; Egypt’s first boutique hotel. You can also enjoy the convenience of the hotel’s main restaurant, serving international cuisine, available daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner as well as in-room dining service. At $175/night, a stay here includes access to a pool, gym, and 24-hour security.

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Cozy Roof Studio – Maadi

If you are planning a solo trip or romantic getaway, check out this studio apartment located in Maadi for just around $55/night. The totally private rooftop space offers views of the lush greenery below. You can enjoy a 15-minute walk to the Nile River and only a 5-minute walk to the nearest metro stop to get you around the city with ease.

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