See why so many travelers make Siwa Safari Paradise Hotel & Tourist Village their hotel of choice when visiting Siwa. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Cleopatra's Pool - Spring of Juba (1.7 mi), located nearby, makes Siwa Safari Paradise Hotel & Tourist Village a great place to stay for those interested in visiting this popular Siwa landmark.
The rooms offer air conditioning, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
In addition, as a valued Siwa Safari Paradise Hotel & Tourist Village guest, you can enjoy a pool and an on-site restaurant that are available on-site.
While staying in Siwa, you can check out a popular Mediterranean restaurant like Nour El Waha Garden Restaurant, which is serving up some great dishes.
If you are interested in exploring Siwa, check out one of the ancient ruins, such as Temple of the Oracle of Amun / Aghurmi and Mountain of the Dead.
At Siwa Safari Paradise Hotel & Tourist Village, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Siwa.
This is our first time traveling to siwa.The hotel is far worse than we expected, the rooms are much different than the ones shown in the pictures on different websites.The rooms were very dirty and unclean, the floor looked like it hadn't been swept for a long period of time, and the pillows were very smelly and stained to the point that they looked literally yellow. The quality of the beds and the furniture in general was very low and should get replaced with ones with much better quality. In addition the shower and the water tap in the bathroom were covered with rust and we weren't comfortable at all while using the utilities in the bathroom. The swiming pool was also very dirty and literally looked green that nobody could swim in it. The restaurant was good but it could be better if more varieties were available. The staff was friendly and nice to deal with. Apparently we weren't that comfortable during our stay and the place provided no coziness. Unfortunately we dont have any pictures of the things in our complain.…
A very good location, lovely hotel clean and well situated. It includes a spring. Rooms are good with bathroom and Ac and fridge. Food is good specilly the siwan recipes, Staff very helpfull, five minutes from market and old shally. Outdoor gardens with plenty of palm trees.
My husband and I traveled to Egypt for the first time in October 2019, and the Siwa Oasis was hands down the best part of our trip. This review is written in context: if you are a traveler who is expecting a 5-star luxury experience in this tiny town in the middle of the Sahara, may I suggest you change your expectations. This is a humble establishment, and it was charming. The rooms are clean and comfortable, although I do not entirely understand the "2 twin beds" design for couples. The air conditioner worked well, which was a lifesaver! The food was fresh and delicious (and included in the price)...we had a 3 course dinner each night, and our breakfasts were made to order as we walked into the restaurant. We thought the grounds were delightful: we picked fresh dates off the trees and ate them, and you feel as though you're wandering through an enchanted palm forest when you walk to your room. We would stay here again!…
Prices are fair and inexpensive. A small breakfast is included.. The rooms are simple but will ac and a fridge and clean. The grounds are tranquil in setting. Only problem we had, the wifi stopped working. The staff is friendly and helpful.
- location near the market - abdo restaurant - Cafe- bank - bus station - rooms are clean and comfortable. - out door gardens are amazing. - Breakfast was great. - friendly staff - receptionist Ahmed is great