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The hotel staff are amazing. In addition to the very low price, rooms are clean and the hotel staff were very friendly. The food quality was good. I enjoyed the buffet with the Egyptian cuisine.
Novotel Cairo Airport£42Novotel Cairo Airport£42
All is all the hotel is good with clean spacious rooms, their breakfast has a lot of variety, many of the Egyptian specialty food taste good.
We had nice beds although it was not a double, but two twins. Room was comfortable and relatively quiet. Cairo traffic is very noisy, but the hotel was off the main drag. and overlooked a palace garden.The main dining restaurant had a wonderful breakfast and dinner buffet with much variety, both ...
Near everything tourists needs for a good holiday restaurants shops cafee all are in the viciniyy
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!
I have been staying in the Hilton Heleopolis (nee Sheraton> Fairmont> Towers) for 25 years !!! Some of the staff are still the same!! Gone are the shops - which I used to find handy for 'bits and bobs' which I had either forgot or need replacing i.e. Shaving Soap / Hair Shampoo etc. New are the ...
The rooms were very spacious and well kept throughout the stay. The fitness facilities were very good and the staff very helpful. The menu was limited, and food was slow in arriving, as it took 30 mins to make a sandwich. Overall a fairly good hotel for busy business trips.
The team is nice and available, they are smily and efficient.
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