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The Saint George hotel , Algiers

Built on the site of a former Arab-Ottoman palace and surrounded by a luxuriant botanical garden, the Hotel is a jewel of the national cultural heritage.
Staying at the Saint George hotel is inevitably an opportunity to relive the splendor of an era while enjoying the sweetness of a modern luxury.
Since its opening, the hotel was the preferred address for the English bourgeoisie, attracted by the mild and exotic winters of Algiers.
The hotel was, in fact, named in honour of the English Patron Saint George. ».
The hotel has hosted prestigious guests such as Edith Piaf, Simone de Beauvoir, General Dwight D. Eisenhower, General Mark W. Clark, Winston Churchill, and to this day remains the benchmark for all national and international personalities from the worlds of politics, culture or business.
It remains a must-go hotel and a privileged place in the Algerian capital.

Geographical location

Due to its status as the country's capital, and also because of its size and its functions, Algiers is the first city in Algeria.
At the national level, it has the most important concentrations of population, service activities, equipment, infrastructure, research centers, industries and large urban projects.
Algiers is the political, administrative and economic capital of the country.
Algiers province ( Wilaya) is bounded on the north by the Mediterranean Sea with a length of 80 km, by Blida province on the south, by Tipaza province on the west and by Boumerdes province on the east.

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