Hotels Near Abou Ashraf International Fish

Hotels Near Abou Ashraf International Fish In Cairo

0/50 Reviews
1.79km from downtown
The CAIRO - CITYSTARS provides a great place for travelers to relax after a busy day. Visitors to Cairo will find that the CAIRO - CITYSTARS is a fantastic accommodation choice. Traveling to the hotel is easy with Misr Cairo Central Station located approximately 1km away and Cairo International Airport roughly 19km away. Being just minutes away from Orabi Metro Station allows guests to explore the city with ease. Famous local attractions Railway Museum, Iridium Spa and Assawi Wheel, can all be reached with a short walk. At the end of a busy day, travelers can unwind and relax in the hotel or go out and enjoy the city.
2.2/518 Reviews
1.82km from downtown
Property Location With a stay at Al Nabila Hotel in Cairo (Downtown Cairo), you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Khan el-Khalili and Egyptian Museum. This 4-star hotel is 1.6 mi (2.5 km) from Museum of Islamic Art and 2.7 mi (4.3 km) from Sultan Hussan Mosque. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 212 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars and LED televisions. Wireless Internet access (surcharge) keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and blackout drapes/curtains. Amenities Don't miss out on recreational opportunities including a nightclub and an outdoor pool. Additional features at this hotel include wireless Internet access (surcharge) and a television in a common area. Dining Enjoy a meal at the restaurant or snacks in the coffee shop/café. The hotel also offers 24-hour room service. A complimentary continental breakfast is served daily from 6 AM to 10 AM. Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include a business center, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk.
4.7/5Outstanding46 Reviews
1.86km from downtown
The hotel is good, the service is in place, downstairs directly to the mall, there are several restaurants on the second floor. There is a small casino in the hotel, massage is also available. Cost-effective. A good choice, not pitted, objective evaluation. Good breakfast, free extra bed, there is a parking lot, the price is not clear, no car.
4.6/5Outstanding78 Reviews
2.09km from downtown
Not the first time. If you go to Cairo next time, you should stay here again. The location is close to Samalik Island, and it is convenient to go anywhere; the service is warm and enthusiastic, the front desk concierge group, the bag group and the guest room group are the first level felt during this trip. Yes, the room is comfortable and the breakfast is rich (even porridge and Chinese soup ...). By the way, don't miss the lemon mint in the lobby bar, but remember to have half sugar. . . Comes with a river view
2.6/548 Reviews
2.1km from downtown
The hotel is located on the banks of the Nile River and is listed four stars. The staff is warm and friendly. The rooms are super invincible. There is a large bed + 2 small beds, 3 bathrooms and 2 bathtubs. The balcony, kitchen, living room and calligraphy are all available. The only downside is that the facility is relatively old-fashioned, in stark contrast to the next-door Hilton's CONRAD.
4.7/5Outstanding33 Reviews
2.26km from downtown
This is the most satisfying hotel for this 50-day trip to Egypt. Hotel items are complete, toothbrushes, shaving machines, electric irons, face towels and even mouthwash are provided to the room, no need to call for another request. Now many five-star hotels do not know why, but instead do not provide toothbrushes in the room, you need to call to send. This is very stupid practice, the guest just arrived, his suitcase is not opened, call the front desk, may not have change to tip, do not tip, make oneself feel sorry, the hotel does this, it is not from the customer's perspective. The hotel is very new, I heard that is the latest five-star hotel in Cairo, so the room furniture looks very new and very eye-catching. Hotel health and service are very good, giving tips is better. Hotels can help provide home PCR tests, which is convenient for years of travel. I have eaten's losses before. There may be internal corruption. Change my big room to a small room. Thanks to the order I sent to the hotel directly from, I learned the truth. So I booked with, I only booked the most basic room. When I arrived at the hotel, I will consider upgrading. The Nile is not spacious enough in the Cairo section, so it's not much to book a river view room. Not much different from looking at the big ditch. The western restaurant in the hotel is delicious. After I taught them Chinese style frying lettuce, they have been very Chinese. Later, the children's shoes are blessed:
1/57 Reviews
2.27km from downtown
With a stay at Pyramids Youth House in Cairo (Downtown Cairo), you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Museum of Islamic Art and Egyptian Museum. This hostel is 1.6 mi (2.6 km) from Coptic Museum and 2.3 mi (3.6 km) from Khan el-Khalili.Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and a television in a common area.Take advantage of the hostel's 24-hour room service.Featured amenities include an elevator, coffee/tea in a common area, and refrigerator in a common area.Bathrooms have showers and complimentary toiletries.
5/5Perfect21 Reviews
2.28km from downtown
This hotel is a Gem in Cairo. Its location is what makes it so perfect. It's located right next to the metro station, budget restaurants (including kushari), cafes, shops, buses, and a 20 minutes walk to Tahrir square. It's in the middle of a bustling city, so noise is extreme even at 6 am in the morning. Pros: - Location + + + + + - Affordability + + + + + - Housekeeping on demand - The amazing owner, Dr. Ahmad. He takes care of everything in case of any complaint, and is a great soul. I loved seeing him everyday on the terrace, and enjoyed talking with him. Cons: - Not very clean - Room always had issues (AC making noise, equipment broken/not working, rats running around, ect.) - No seating on the balcony - Water from shower gets everywhere in the bathroom, and there's no place to hang towels in the bathroom. You can slip on your way out, the bathroom gets all dirty/wet, and it gets cold if the AC is on - Terrible & expensive laundry service (my clothes came out stained) - Lots of street noise, but that's Cairo! (if you're a light sleeper, or need a calm room, you might need to look at someplace a bit less central). I highly recommend this lovely hotel for short-term stays. For long term stays, I recommend paying a little bit more in exchange for less room problems.
4.4/5Excellent26 Reviews
2.37km from downtown
Property Location With a stay at City Hostel in Cairo (Downtown Cairo), you'll be convenient to Khan el-Khalili and Museum of Islamic Art. This hostel is within close proximity of Abdin Palace and Egyptian Museum. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 10 air-conditioned rooms featuring LCD televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Conveniences include ceiling fans and blackout drapes/curtains, and housekeeping is provided daily. Dining Take advantage of the hostel's 24-hour room service. A complimentary continental breakfast is served daily from 8 AM to 11 AM. Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and laundry facilities.
0/50 Reviews
2.46km from downtown
Featuring free WiFi, Safary Hostel offers accommodation in Cairo, 600 metres from Azbakeya Park.Rooms include a shared bathroom.There is a 24-hour front desk and gift shop at the property.Cairo Museum is 1.1 km from Safary Hostel, while AUC Main Campus is 1.1 km from the property. The nearest airport is Cairo International Airport, 16 km from the property.
3.5/545 Reviews
2.47km from downtown
The hotel is very suitable for a holiday. The vicinity of the embassy is safe and secure. It can be taken to the streets in the evening. There are many restaurants around. You can taste the cuisines of various countries. The hotel service is very good.
4/5Very Good1 Reviews
2.54km from downtown
With a stay at Lyly Hotel, you'll be centrally located in Cairo, within a 10-minute drive of Egyptian Museum and Tahrir Square. This hotel is 2.6 mi (4.2 km) from Cairo Tower and 6.7 mi (10.8 km) from Egyptian Presidential Palace.Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and tour/ticket assistance.Take advantage of the hotel's 24-hour room service. A complimentary continental breakfast is served daily from 7:00 AM to 9:00 AM.Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and laundry facilities. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available 24 hours).Make yourself at home in one of the 22 air-conditioned rooms featuring LCD televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms with showers are provided.

Hotels Near Abou Ashraf International Fish In Cairo Review

3.6/555 Reviews
The food is average, the environment is very poor, the air is not circulating, the underground is very dirty, the food in the room service is not clean, it will cause stomach pain, and the hotel service attitude is very poor
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4.3/544 Reviews
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4.2/576 Reviews
We stopped specifically at this hotel to visit the Cairo Museum and see all the central attractions, we got to and from the hotel on Ubir, the staff is very helpful, we checked in very quickly, the taxi entered the hotel without any problems. The hotel has an outdoor pool, but unfortunately it stops working with the sunset, but basically everything is fine, at night they provide coffee for those leaving, and there were also welcome sweets and fruits in the room !.
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4.1/555 Reviews
The hotel is located in Jiefang Square, opposite the Egyptian Museum and tickets are 160 lbs. Go to the Hoover Pyramid at the nearby bus stop and take the B7 air-conditioned bus for 15 ounces. The ticket for 160 lbs contains four monuments of the Hoover Sphinx. The hotel breakfast is also good, the facilities are complete, clean, and ATM withdrawal is convenient nearby. It is safe to enter the door. There is a bus that can reach 5 amps to the airport, which is 1.30 hours. The traffic in Egypt is very chaotic.
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3.4/574 Reviews
Absolutely disgusting. We booked a room for family of 6. I received a message few hours before to say we have changed the location of your room which I found weird. When arrived at the reception, i was told to follow the concierge to our room which was 10 minutes walk from the hotel. The room was disgusting, no towels, no tissues and absolutely horrendous. After I checked out, I received an email from to say I never stayed at this hotel, after showing evidence and receipts I found out the hotel had lied to to avoid paying commission. Horrendous customer service and I would not recommend this to anyone. Never seen anything like it and was in an alley way. I don’t recommend this for family whatsoever. Shocking and disgusting place.
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4.3/552 Reviews
Hotels near Cairo Airport. The overall size is not small, but the room is a bit small. If you arrive early, you will not be allowed to live, you have to wait until the time, even if there are vacancies. This is the logic of Westerners, which is far less flexible than the Chinese. The breakfast is not good enough but it's okay. There are big birds and you grabbed it. I don't know if it is a crow or a magpie. The hotel has nothing to eat for breakfast, and the casino may not be open due to the epidemic. The guest relations manager is very enthusiastic, while the other staff are relatively average. The Chinese restaurant is super expensive and I don't want to try it. Oh, yes, the hotel’s airport shuttle is convenient.
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4.6/551 Reviews
The hotel is large and consists of two buildings, the first building is the oldest with classic rooms, and the second building, which is the newest, has modern rooms. I lived in building number one, there are large spaces on each floor, all the staff are friendly, but I had a problem with the gym worker and she was dealing very badly. I think the most beautiful thing in the hotel is its mountain views, the wide green areas, and I loved the restaurants at the top of the mountain where there is a variety of options. Breakfast was delicious and it included fruit, and all the restaurants I tried in the hotel were delicious. There are many facilities in the hotel, health club, gym, bowling, cinema, beauty salon, tennis court, billiards, swimming pool and it was closed, many restaurants and Cafes. Overall, I loved staying at the hotel
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2.6/548 Reviews
The hotel is located on the banks of the Nile River and is listed four stars. The staff is warm and friendly. The rooms are super invincible. There is a large bed + 2 small beds, 3 bathrooms and 2 bathtubs. The balcony, kitchen, living room and calligraphy are all available. The only downside is that the facility is relatively old-fashioned, in stark contrast to the next-door Hilton's CONRAD.
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5/537 Reviews
The entrance of the building is dilapidated. Filth and debris on the ground floor, lights flicker if they aren’t blocked by grime, the elevator is like one that goes down a mine shaft, and the buttons don’t have actual buttons but holes with tape on the side with arabic numerals. If you look up there’s threads of dust draping from the elevator car. The lobby smells like smoke since people just rip cigs right in front of the elevator. The rooms are nothing like the pictures. Once you’re within a meter of the sheets and pillows, you can see old stains, bits of dust, and holes. Don’t look close to any one area of the room since you begin to see how dirty it is. The “private” bathroom is across the hall and accessible by key, they don’t even have soap, just a toilet and a grimy bathtub. No safe, the AC is weak, and all the drawers and floor are dusty. The “TV” was maaaybe 14 inches and cracked. The carpets in the hallways are visibly yellow with dust and who knows what. The curtains are poorly fitted In the room and barely block out the light and the balcony door doesn’t close properly. Looking out the windows you get wafts of the smell of trash from the alley below, and the balconies have dystopian scenes of rubble in the view. The WiFi is weak, often disconnects, or randomly stops loading, just have to pray that even short YouTube clips load. Although it is cheap, we paid 30$ a night for a room with two beds and you can easily get something MUCH nicer for just a bit more. We ended up leaving after a single day, didn’t even stay the night. Burned 90$ but went to an actual Novotel for only slightly more. As we checked out early, the concierge person didn’t even look surprised: “change of plans?”
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4.1/558 Reviews
Right opposite the Egyptian Museum, the service is really good, nothing to say. If it's free travel, don't hit uber or careem on the road in front of the hotel. The driver will not be able to find your seat, so walk 100 meters into the alley before taking a taxi.
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3.9/540 Reviews
The best experience of this trip to Egypt is to stay at this hotel. The boss and the service staff have given a lot of special good experience. Not only give me free change, but also give me a subway ticket for free. I found that buying a ticket is really too Seriously, if there is no hotel to give me a ticket, I wait for ten minutes. I am very very grateful. Although the hotel has been a long time, the location is super and sincerely recommended.
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3.8/576 Reviews
Breakfast has many varieties, very safe, good sanitation, service is in place, some rooms can add extra beds, can live with children, the lobby on the first floor is particularly comfortable and spacious
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2.7/553 Reviews
Nothing is good except for the swimming pool. Hot water often does not come out, and the staff definitely will not come to help unless you call many times. Get mentally prepared.
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4.8/534 Reviews
I stayed here for some time and befriended much of the staff, who were very helpful with navigating everything in Egypt. Absolutely recommend this as a stay choice for travelers.
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4.6/578 Reviews
Not the first time. If you go to Cairo next time, you should stay here again. The location is close to Samalik Island, and it is convenient to go anywhere; the service is warm and enthusiastic, the front desk concierge group, the bag group and the guest room group are the first level felt during this trip. Yes, the room is comfortable and the breakfast is rich (even porridge and Chinese soup ...). By the way, don't miss the lemon mint in the lobby bar, but remember to have half sugar. . . Comes with a river view
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4/523 Reviews
The hotel is in a good location, right next to the Chinese Embassy. It is very convenient to go to various attractions. The doorway is a typical Egyptian street: the two sides are full of cars, leaving only one lane, taking a taxi to get off at a speed and not blocking a lot of cars. The only downside is that the hotel does not have breakfast.
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3.9/548 Reviews
The location is very good, just by the road in the central square, the bosses are very nice and helped me a lot, but the room is too small
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3.1/530 Reviews
We are from a 3-week stay in Egypt in a single person. The hotel is located in a right area with shops and banks. It is located on the 6th and 7th floors of the building and it is accessed by an old lift, there is always a guard down there that ensures that the lift works well. The hotel is just renovated, everything is nickel and very clean. The only bemol is the noise of the claxons but we are in Cairo and I think no hotel is saved ! What is the obligation to quies balls ! And with this a good night in a good bed and in clean flats . . . The breakfast is on the terrace, it is a little ordinary but it allows you to face the day with the full stomach . . . The hotel is very helpful and helpful.
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4.6/550 Reviews
The location is very good if you have a short visit. As if it's only a few minutes and no traffic to reach your airport gate it takes you much longer to go into the city for sightseeing. I hadn't booked breakfast but the meals i had from the coffee shop and the Live sports bar were tasty. Cleanliness is nothing to worry about at the rooms and also rest of the hotel. The pool outside is perfect for a swim or to relax after a long day.
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3/539 Reviews
We had an overnight in Cairo with an early departure. This excellent hotel is part of a Supermall in the up n coming section of “New Cairo”. It allows some window shopping, as many stores are empty, where the affluent Egyptians partake and has an interesting food court if the two restaurants remain closed as during our stay. 15 minutes taxi from airport and an interesting location for those not interested in venturing into Cairo, it combines top notch service with an eclectic and curious ambiance. All the comforts and conveniences you have likely missed during your Egypt tour, await you here. We missed out on the restaurant review as it was closed for a private event (unusual) but the room service was excellent and delicious.
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4.4/549 Reviews
Did not go live, but the reason is because the hotel is really good, we canceled in advance, contacted through Ctrip, really did not receive a cancellation fee. For the national conditions of Egypt at the time, our itinerary changed greatly, such a good hotel was necessary.
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5/531 Reviews
Good location in Héliopolis. Clean and functional. Nice tarrace on 7th floor. Everywhere now in Cairo is Noisy. Had to sleep, as usual, with ear plugs. Personnel prepared to listen and try to satisfy clients. Good for its category.
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3.3/543 Reviews
The hotel is close to the airport, a 30-minute drive, and next to a shopping mall, shopping is very convenient. . . The breakfast is average, and the decor is okay ... the overall experience is good. . The front desk can exchange foreign currency, the exchange rate is not bad, the exchange rate of ATM is low.
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4/515 Reviews
Great place to base out of when visiting Cairo. The rooms are clean and the staff (especially Anas) are super friendly while doing whatever they can to make your staff in Egypt the best. They've got connections and can even help with making tour recommendations and reservations. Best of all, there is no pressure to take additional services if the price isn't what you had in mind. They're very accommodating . In fact they are more of a family run business while focusing more on you as a person and less as a customer. You'll come as strangers but leave as friends.
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4.6/576 Reviews
I don't recommend this hotel if you are visiting. 1. You have a better choice to travel. I don't recommend staying at those hotels near the Nile River. One is expensive, and the other is poor traffic. I recommend everyone to stay at the Hilton Golf Hotel in the city on October 6 (half a suburb, Uber to around 30 yuan in the city), the entire golf course is green, the pool restaurant is good, go to the largest shopping mall in Egypt 5 minutes by car from Uber. It is only about 10 minutes from the mall of arabia, another oversized shopping mall, and the rate is about 800 with breakfast. Take Uber to the pyramid for half an hour. This hotel is also a place where Huawei employees often stay, so the service to the Chinese is very good. Another recommended hotel is the Marriott Resort at the entrance of the pyramid. You can see the pyramid light show at the hotel, and the price is around 900. 2. I stayed in this hotel for 8 days. Personally, I feel that the facilities are lively. There is no independent shower. I can only stand in the bathtub and flush. This may be a bit malicious for people who like to bathe. The service attitude is where I think all the problems of this hotel are. The 5-star Intercontinental Hotel is always noisy in the lobby, because it is often rented by the government and various associations to hold conferences, so all kinds of people have . Restaurant You do n’t have your place at 9:30, can you trust a 5 star restaurant to have breakfast and no place to sit? The reception just let me stand and wait. One mid-night buffet is 400 Egyptian pounds, and almost 160 yuan. 3. The swimming pool did not go, nor did the gym. The gym had to go to the second floor, and then passed through the pool to the other end. . . Then I didn't want to go. 4. If you have to live, the two restaurants in -2 are not delicious, it is recommended to go to the restaurant on the 5th and 6th floors of the next store. A Friday and Sizzler next door are more recommended, both are steakhouses. 5. There is nothing good to visit in the next-door mall. There is only one Disai or something. Buy and sell discount goods. Nike is imported goods. A pair of tights with tax to more than 3600 pounds is not worth it. 6. The hotel is in the northeast of Cairo, emmmm. To be honest, there is nothing here, and it is not close to the scenic area. Really, travelling friends can give up this hotel. The requirements are higher for the two seasons, lower for Marriott and the recommended Hilton, and for Sophia, I heard that it is also good.
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3.6/511 Reviews
I stayed in this hotel twice during my Egypt tour. The hotel is located in the Talaat Harb area (city center) of Cairo city and within 1 km of the of the Cairo museum (old one at Tahrir square). Khane-Kahlil and Al-Azhar mosque areas are not too far. The owner and the staffs (Ms Wafa and Mr. Amun) of the hotel were very friendly. Rooms and the building were ole and very basic, bathroom had hot water. Clean room/bathroom. Breakfast was provided.
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4.6/529 Reviews
The check-in process was horrible, I was quoted a different price than the online price, my bed sheets smelled and had stains. WiFi was a joke ( supposedly they had internet problems). When I woke up the following morning trying to leave my room for breakfast, the door wouldn’t lock. Maintenance guy came to assist me almost an hour after I asked for help. My entire stay was just a nightmare!!!
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5/548 Reviews
The lobby environment is quite comfortable and pleasant. There is no elevator to go to each floor. The room is neat and simple. It is just a blanket. The quilt is a little thin but can be quilt. There is no electric kettle, no slippers, no toothpaste, toothbrush, hair dryer; breakfast is extremely monotonous, no choice. Don't count on it; fortunately, fluent English at the front desk can give some reasonable advice. Parking around is very difficult to stop in the city is very blocked. Overall, this price is still decent in downtown Cairo.
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5/567 Reviews
There are at least two types of hotels, and, of course, this is a huge generalisation: the city hotel and the out of town establishment. The former ordinarily caters for the business community, hosting seminars and the overnight visitor. The latter ordinarily is equipped to host the tourist and the long term client. The Four Seasons, Cairo Nile Plaza falls squarely within the former category. It is modern, clean and pretty to look at and has great views if you book a room overlooking the Nile. But it's a bit like city people: generally nice, quick to exchange pleasantries but too to busy to stop and talk. This is quite unlike country or out of town folk who will gladly engage in conversation and exude a genuine sense of friendship. The staff at the hotel, from door staff to managers all exchanged pleasantries but it was clear they were busy so, like the rest of the hotel, they acted efficiently and moved on. Whilst none of what they did was open to criticism, it lacked the warmth and heart that we encountered in other hotels. The hotel appears to pride itself on its ability to swiftly respond to any request proudly displaying posters of text bubbles of an imaginary conversation with a guest in which the hotel responds within a minute. Unfortunately we had to put this boast to the test when the air conditioning unit began to smell as if it was burning. The technicians arrived longer than advertised but, thankfully, solved the issue. Of greatest concern in this luxury hotel was the complete lack of availability of a hot main vegetarian dish at the buffet restaurant. It beggars belief that the management at the Four Seasons Cairo could not cater to anyone other than a meat eater. At dinner when asked for the vegetarian main dish, we were told that there was salad at the buffet bar or we could have a bowl of sad looking pasta which could be made to order or we could order a la carte! When the restaurant supervisor and then the manager were spoken to, their explanation was that this is how Egyptian food is served. It really did seem as if the hotel hadn't caught up with the rest of the world with regard to food choices. Over two evenings every hot main dish was a meat dish. No vegetarian dish and no fish dish: just meat. But credit to the restaurant supervisor who hurriedly tried to rustle up vegetarian Egyptian dishes within minutes and provided a veritable feast of vegetarian dishes the following evening to make up for what had happened the evening before. The restaurant supervisor and the manager were extraordinary in their desire to make us happy with vegetarian dishes and it was clear that there are many, many delicious Egyptian hot main dishes which would please any vegetarian. What's inexplicable is why these or similar dishes were not available as a matter of course. It should not have taken us complaining about the lack of a vegetarian option to produce the reaction from the hotel staff: they are not to blame. They were a credit to the hotel
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4/531 Reviews
I have been staying at Grand Palace for some time. I have been quite comfortable in my stay here, quite happy with my room, and particularly happy with the staff, who have done so much for me. They are now friends of mine and I have no intention of moving to another hotel. I highly recommend anyone stay here, and again, can't say enough about how helpful the staff have been for me.
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