Gayer Anderson Museum

The Gayer Anderson Museum in Cairo was once home to British officer John Gayer Anderson. He restored and furnished two adjoining 16th-century houses. The building was made famous as the setting for the James Bond film ‘The Spy Who Loved Me.’ The house is filled with antiquities, artworks and knick-knacks he collected on his posting to Egypt. 

Itineraries

Boutique Egypt

Cairo - Luxor - Aswan  

Explore Egypt on this privately-guided suggested itinerary combining Cairo, Luxor and Aswan without taking a cruise along the Nile.

10 days from £3350 p. p.

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Belle Epoque

Belle Epoque

$ $ $ $ $ Cairo  

The Belle Epoque in Cairo is a gorgeous, colonial-style country house situated in a leafy neighbourhood in the south of the city. The Belle Epoque is perfect if you like to stay away from the hustle and bustle of Cairo’s frenetic energy.

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Mena House

Mena House

$ $ $ $ $ Cairo  

The Mena House is Cairo’s landmark hotel, located right beside the Great Pyramids of Giza. Set within 40 acres of jasmine-scented gardens, the hotel affords one of the best locations in Cairo.

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