An elegant architectural masterpiece of steel and glass set among exquisite landscaped gardens, Corinthia Hotel Khartoum redefines luxury. Situated at the confluence of the Blue and White Nile Rivers and in the centre of the city’s commercial district, Corinthia Khartoum is your gateway to Central Africa. Boasting the city’s highest eatery, our 18th floor Rickshaw Restaurant, and benefitting from unparalleled comfort, unrivalled service and state-of-the-art technology, Corinthia Khartoum is the ultimate destination for the business and leisure traveller.
The rooms, spread over 18 floors, are spacious, modern and benefit from breath taking views overlooking the Nile or the City. A fine selection of restaurants and bars are available where guests can soak up in the panoramic views in comfort and ease. Start the day with a revitalising coffee in our skyline Café Khartoum, or refresh with a cool drink seated beside the fountains and pools in the lush hotel gardens. Dine in Le Grill, our authentic steakhouse, where keenly sourced prime beef is the hallmark of this lively and entertaining restaurant or travel to the Orient courtesy of our Rickshaw Restaurant for authentic dishes from the Far East.
For a more casual setting, choose from a selection of freshly made delicacies in the Nile River Café, the perfect setting for a relaxed meeting or sociable gathering.Whether you need to wind down after a business meeting or a day of sightseeing, the beautiful Sabratha Spa and Fitness Centre is the perfect place to immerse yourself in quiet relaxation. Our traditional Turkish hammam or Jacuzzi will quickly ease the cares of the day while guests looking for a change of pace can make use of our squash and tennis courts, together with a fully-equipped gymnasium and fitness centre. A leisurely dip in our crystal-clear, indoor swimming pool will be sure to invigorate you and to complete your Spa experience, one of our pampering treatments is guaranteed to revitalise.
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Situated at the confluence of the Blue and White Nile Rivers, amidst a tropical terrain of rain forests, mountains, waterfalls and deserts, Khartoum has intrigued explorers since the days of Dr Livingstone. An ebullient, ever-growing, modern city with an increasing number of glass tower blocks altering its skyline, Khartoum is fast becoming a bustling metropolis. Western-style nightlife is strictly limited in Khartoum, but the city has a growing collection of open-air cafes and eateries and the opening hours at more upmarket restaurants and hotels are usually flexible.
The National Museum of Sudan, which includes glassware, pottery, statuary and figurines from both Sudanese history and pre-history, is the largest in the entire country. T
he Palace Museum boasts a remarkable collection of antique luxury cars, while the main exhibition covers artefacts from both pre and post-Independence days.
Nile cruises, mountaineering, scuba-diving, nomadic excursions and camel-riding abound for the more adventurous traveller while the stunning Pyramids of Meroe are worthy of an excursion.
Khartoum may not have as many souks as the neighbouring city of Omdurman, but the enormous Souq (Souk) Arabi, spread over several squares in the very heart of the city is a must-visit. Top souvenir buys would include ebony wood carvings, gold and silver jewellery, clay coffee pots, Sudanese baskets and speciality food and spices, but be prepared to haggle hard.
Car hire is easily available and the bright yellow taxis, minivans or air-conditioned, metered cabs are plentiful. Three-wheeled taxis – known as bajaj or raksha – can be used for short trips within the three cities of Khartoum.