Overall, the hotel is not bad. It is a little outdated and could benefit from renovations. I believe this hotel had it's prime years in the 80s. The rooms are nicely decorated and comfortable to sleep in. My double bed room had a room for a little sitting area and a balcony facing the garden. The balcony furniture needed cleaning. The showers had mold around the ledge and tile areas; however, the staff said they would do an "extra" clean in the bathroom area. The hotel's carpet needs replacing. The buffet is mediocre and edible. We decided to spend close to 300 EGP to have lunch at the Nile Ritz Carlton. It was worth it! The hotel offers tours to the Pyramids, Old Cairo, Museum, Nile River cruise, and other locations. Since it is through the hotel you will pay double to triple the price versus through independent vendors via online. I strongly recommend you have your tours and transportation established before arriving to Egypt. Group tours are the best way! The vendors are vultures and will try every shenanigan to get your money especially if your are in small group. We had unpleasant experience with a taxi driver that ran up the meter from what should be a $7 fare to $21! Thankfully, the tourist police agreed with us when we showed them where the taxi picked us up. Best defense is to have an Arabic speaking person who is familiar with Cairo.
Traveller from Altanta, GA
This family-friendly Giza hotel is located in the historical district, within 2 mi (3 km) of Pyramids at Giza and Great …More
"If cheap is what you want then don't expect luxry hostels!"
The hotel was in walking distances of all banks and currency exchanges, sadly not all of them would exchange my rands from South Africa! BOO! Anywho, it was a struggle being hispanic because everyone thought i was Arab and got upset when ever i spoke english (SO EXPECT LANGUAGE BARRIERS in the TALAT HARAB district and all around Cairo). There was an awesome sandwhich shop, hardly any internet cafe's around (if so, waiting perioud for 5 computers), the metro was helpful but plan ahead cuz i got lost a couple of times. Plan to get tickets to aswan, luxor or other a day ahead! TOO many shoe,purse and clothes stores all in one district! The Egyptian Museum was near by too as well as pretty Mosques and Churches. Enjoy!
Traveller from Cape Town - South Africa
Located in Downtown Cairo, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Tahrir Square and Egyptian Museum. Coptic Museum and …More
"The hotel provides all what a vacationer dreams of"
I enjoyed my stay at this hotel. My stay was all inclusive. This does not cover every thing available, but it covers enough items and facilities. Food was great with sufficient varieties. Animation Team members are great and keep you active and entertained. Nightly free shows from around the world with free drinks. Many pools to choose from. Free shuttle bus to Neama Bay twice a day. Do not disturbe sign available to put on your sunbed.
Traveller from Amman, Jordan
Nestled on the beach, this Shark's Bay resort is within 3 mi (5 km) of Shark's Bay Beach, Montazah Beach, and Sharm El Sheikh …More
Great 2 weeks holiday over Easter.
The staff were extremely friendly without being pushy. The pool attendants ,spa, bar and restuarant staff couldn't have been more welcoming. Particular mention for Ghada & Mamood in the main restaurant. Our girls loved your morning smiles.
'Afrika' night was the pick of the shows. You should be on Britain's got talent.
Abanoub and Mossa on reception and our room attendant Khalid made our stay in 39 degrees a holiday to remember.
Just to mention the food in the buffet. Great salads, breads and fruit but please serve more local dishes. It's what you do best. Also please don't serve the spinach gratin with poached egg. I'll eat anything but that one beat me hands down!
Thanks again. See you soon.
Traveller from Cheltenham UK
This Village Road resort is on the beach, 6.1 mi (9.8 km) from New Marina, and within 12 mi (20 km) of Hurghada Mosque and …More