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I loved this hotel. Despite the fact that this complex is HUGE, I didn't mind walking to the front lobby. It was only a short walk. I also enjoyed the executive lounge. It had good breakfast. But most of all I appreciated the bottled water...More
Waiters aren't trained 1 bit and don't know the meaning of service
It's like they picked staff from the street at the cheapest price
Service sucks biggest time
The table was dirty and nobody cleaned it well
The order was not per what...More
Location is obviously great right at the pyramids and the best about the whole hotel is the restaurant with direct view on the pyramids and the most wonderful food and beverage manager Mr. Essam, who went out of his way to treat us like you...More
Although I generally hate huge hotels .... this one cant be beat for location. That being said the rooms to get are not the ones facing the pyramids....Every night there is a large wedding or party of some kind right outside those rooms! LOUD Party!...More
I have stayed in The Mena House for over twenty years now and it ranks as one of the best hotels in the world, please just go on line and check out there history, it is out of this world truely ........
After a busy day at Giza, we walked down the hill to Mena House and sat on the terrace watching the sunset. A spectacular view of the pyramids. Clean and tranquil bathroom. Excellent service. Ordered cocktails and a mezze plate to share, as well as...More
Probably the worst service I’ve ever had in a place of paid accommodation - from independent boarding houses to 5-star hotels across the globe. Porters were cranky and muttering among themselves when we told them which bags were ours (they even asked us if we...More
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If you want 5 single sleep spaces i would ask the hotel if they provide a rollaway bed for one of the rooms. There was not a pull out sofa in a regular rate room but a suite might have one. Probably the most economical... More
If you want 5 single sleep spaces i would ask the hotel if they provide a rollaway bed for one of the rooms. There was not a pull out sofa in a regular rate room but a suite might have one. Probably the most economical solution would be to ask for a rollaway though!