think as usual in most of the hotels in Egypt they are not as you look on the internet. Their facilities are not well take care by the owner. We paid 50 euros per night for a double room. For the same rate in Europe you will get a 5 time better hotel and service. The life standard in Egypt is lot cheaper than in Europe so I can not understand why the charge what they do and not give you a decent service and facilities.
The entrance of the hotel is not well maintained, It look dirty. Then when you arrive to the reception you will get terrible smell of cigaret. It seems it is something cultural to smoke everywhere but the hotel should respect the fact that a lot of their guest do not smoke. So be prepared to have that smell even in your rooms. Then when you enter your room some of the walls are dirty as well, the mattress of the beds are very old and you can feel the bedsprings which makes even more difficult to sleep well. Then the bathroom is in your room and opened so you do not have a roof. The door of the bathroom can not be close or open properly, it seems that if you do it it is going to fall apart the entire door. The shower has no curtain so all the water comes out of the shower. They give you only one big towel and one small towel for two people, for sure if we ask for another one they would of gave it to us but is the fact that why they do not have a room ready if you are two people. The location is actually in the down town, which is very noisy until late at night, so if you are a light sleeper this will not be a good idea for you. As the manager says "Cairo never sleeps". Then you have several guys working in the hotel and one of them came to us in the mooring and try to sell us some tours that we thought they were expensive, he insist a lot, for me was a little bit annoying that fact. We finally accept to get a taxi to the Pyramids and Saqqara with this guy and guess what the taxi driver insist a lot to stop in a "Museum" and actually was a Papiro Store, which of course they want you to buy something and they will get the commission. The breakfast is a cup of coffee or tea, jam, butter, bread and a plain omelet every day the same. For the money they charge and keeping in mind that they are in Egypt they should offer a lot better service. We paid 50 euros in Rome for a B&B and was 100 times better that Hotel Royal.
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