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I liked the hotle .. all is good Just try to water the garden in very earl time better thank starting water it around 8 am when peole at the garden.. But generally it is agood hotel
Novotel Cairo Airport£40Novotel Cairo Airport£40
But far away from the town center. There is only one restaurant in the hotel which is kind of pricey for a simple lunch.
Radisson Blu Hotel Cairo Heliopolis£52Radisson Blu Hotel Cairo Heliopolis£52
After reading the previous reviews we were a bit concerned about his hotel but chose it because we needed to stay in that area precisely. It is definitely dated and probably hasn't had any work in a very long time. Think of it as a 2 stars hotel where you can stay for a couple of nights maximum, ...
They treated me and my wife in an exceptional way the room was always clean .. i even lost a ring and 2 days after leaving they contacted me telling me they found it.
Tolip Family Park Hotel£27Tolip Family Park Hotel£27
We were only in Cairo one day and only stayed in our room to sleep, so this was a conveniently located affordable hotel. All of the staff were very friendly. The rooms are a bit dated, but have everything that you would need. It reminded us a bit of being in the movie Casablanca!
Golden Tulip Flamenco£45Golden Tulip Flamenco£45
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