The price is suitable for what it offers. The accommodation and breakfast are simple but sufficient. The service always friendly, concerned to serve us well and make us feel at home. You can book many tours directly at the hotel as well as airport transfers. On one day we took the tour to the Pyramids of Giza, Saqqara and Dahshur, on the next day we did the tour around Cairo and a dinner in the Nile. Located in the Islamic Cairo, the neighborhood is simple, maybe poor, but very authentic and safe. The streets and shops are crowded until late night, 1 or 2 in the morning (the latest time we returned to the hotel). We walked day and night without any problems. It is a region where there is no harassment, until you arrive at the Khan-el-Khalili, but this is part of the experience, and after a while you learn how to deal with it. There you won't find luxury, but an honest and authentic place to enjoy your days in Cairo. It's a shame that the terrace is abandoned.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We are proud to have won the TripAdvisor 2012 Award of Excellence. Come let our friendly, energetic staff help you discover the true charm of Cairo. Enjoy our clean, comfortable rooms, free breakfast, free wifi and complimentary hot drinks anytime on our gorgeous rooftop. We have thirty air-con rooms available with private bath and satellite TV. We also offer shared facilities. Members of our highly trained staff are fluent in both English and French. They are ready to facilitate your every need. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Arabian Nights Hotel Cairo