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Well New extension better then old extension,stuff awesome and helpful and friendly,close to the city and airport ,shuttle to the airport every half an hour ,banks and atm available ,rooms clean ,free coffee and free water bottle ,I really like it
It's ok hotle. For the money no. It's expensive. You can try to stay at this hotel but there are many better than this one in Cairo for cheaper price
Nice and relaxing time. Staff very helpful, especially pool attendant and restaurant staff. Security is very good as the hotel is on a compound. Excellant facilities and real value for money. Dreamland park is very close which has some shops and a bank.
Cairo’s four-star hotels are often surprisingly affordable and luxurious. Spa hotels with rooftop pools and pyramid views are an elegant modern choice in Giza, and the neighbourhood also has resorts, family suites and romantic desert hideaways for unforgettable honeymoons.
In the city centre, you can stay amid the bustle and energy of the brilliantly lively downtown area, or opt for elegant and well-priced rooms on the island of Zamalek or the stunning Nile Corniche. Fun swimming pools define luxury for children, while parents may prefer infinity pools and private cabanas. Whatever you want, Cairo has a choice of well-planned and attractively priced four-star accommodation to meet every expectation.
The ancient magnificence of the Khan Al-Khalili souk is a hint at how seriously Cairo takes the art of shopping. It is a wonderful city to browse and buy, and the choice of exquisite designer shopping malls, exclusive quarters and delightful independent stores is endless. Whether you are looking for delicate gold and silver jewellery created by skilled artisans on Al-Muski or high-end international style from the First Mall and Beymen, almost every quarter is a shopping quarter in Cairo.
Relaxing by the pool under a flawless blue sky is a key part of many visitors’ holidays here, but Cairo also has other ways to soothe away your cares. A cruise on the Nile in a felucca (a traditional wooden boat) is perhaps the most memorable way to watch the sun set. You can enjoy opulent spas with amazing treatments in both traditional and contemporary settings all over the city. One of the easiest ways to see the city’s major attractions, from the pyramids to Tahrir Square, is to embark on a private tour.
Cairo is also a world-class arts and entertainment destination, with venues such as the El Gomhoreya Theatre and the Cairo Opera House staging regular performances. It has a superb choice of restaurants in both modern and ancient districts, as well as elegant traditional cafés.