The hotel is hard to find as there is nothing outside the building with the hotel name .
The elevator to reach the hotel ( on the 3 rd floor) is very old .
when you enter the " hotel " , ou realize it is nothing like what you can see on pictures . VERY small reception / breakfast area and lounge . The room we had was big but not very clean and the bathroom was very basic . Difficult to take a shower as the shower is EXTREMELY small .
Breakfast is VERY basic and dont wake up after 8 am if you want to have some choices ( it is basically only cookies and boiled eggs anyways ) .
When you ask for a taxi to go to back to airport , they charge you 70 egyptian pounds and it turns out to be a private car ( looks like they called their friends )
They dont take credits cards to check out ,
So , this hotel is not to advice at all .
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Brand new Air Conditioning Units in All of the Rooms - Same low prices!!Warm, clean, and affordable, Cairo Center Hotel is an excellent place to stay at while in Cairo. Cathedral ceilings, high French windows, wooden floors, and sun-light filled rooms provide a quiet escape from the bustling streets of Cairo.But, the best feature of this hostel is the helpful and friendly staff. ... more less
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