A stay at Pyramids Residence Guest House places you in the heart of Giza, within a 5-minute drive of Nile and Orman Botanical Gardens. This hotel is 8.5 mi (13.8 km) from Giza Pyramid Complex and 3.4 mi (5.5 km) from Tahrir Square.Make use of convenient amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access, a fireplace in the lobby, and tour/ticket assistance.At Pyramids Residence Guest House, enjoy a satisfying meal at the restaurant. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at the bar/lounge. A complimentary continental breakfast is served daily.Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage.Make yourself at home in one of the 10 air-conditioned rooms featuring fireplaces and LCD televisions. Private kitchens make it easy to prepare your meals. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Conveniences include phones, as well as desks and separate sitting areas.
The hotel is in Giza, it is convenient to go anywhere, so it is not noisy because the zoo is directly opposite. The room type can be said to be quite big, and it is also very powerful to provide such a large TV in Cairo. The most important thing is that this hotel has a very high-end mall to go shopping.
The room was very beautiful. The hotel is situated in old buildings andhas old furniture but thats whats giving it its special spirit. The pool is avarage size-not big, not small and the deep is around 165cm. The water needs to be cleaned. But its very good for kids and also for adults. In the night there were swimming courses for kids from outside the hotel, which made the garden area very crowded and noisy. Our big thanks belongs to Mai from reception. She was very proffesional, helpfull and made our stay comfortable.
The location is good, the breakfast is good, and the service staff are good and some are so average. The tourist products in the hotel are not recommended, too pit too pit, I may not bargain. Chartered the car to the pyramid for 50 dollars, then pulled down a place to sell paintings, 200 lbs. Bought the smallest one, and later found 20 lbs. Comfort yourself with different qualities. Arrived at the place and said to ride a horse or camel or carriage, it cost 1,000 lbs. After the tip was 20 dollars, I gave 120 lbs. I am totally wrong.
My travel coordinator with Kensington Tours upgraded me to this hotel, as I wanted a room with a Nile view. The Four Seasons didn't disappoint in any area. Had a great room with Nile facing balcony on the 16th floor. From the doorman, to the Reception Desk to the Concierge, all were polite and helpful. I had experienced various flight issues with the airlines and needed to use the computer in their business center. It was 3 AM, but the gentleman at the Reception desk immediately sent someone up to the business center to unlock the door for me, as they actually open at 8 AM. The servers in the restaurants (pool side and breakfast buffet) were all concerned that I was happy with their service. I thought that maybe they had mistaken me for someone else, they were that attentive. I would love to stay here again if I ever get back to Cairo. So much nicer than the Mena House, where they actually charge you for the coffee pods in the room.
The club's river view room, breakfast on the 26th floor, the landscape is invincible, few people, although the breakfast variety is not too much, but the quality assurance, service is very good. On the first day, I sent a teddy bear to the child, thank you very much! An extra bed is available, but it costs more than $30 per night.
Featuring 3-star accommodation, Blue Eyes Hotel is set in Cairo, 1.7 km from Cairo Tower and 2.3 km from Tahrir Square. With free WiFi, this 3-star hotel offers room service and a 24-hour front desk. Staff on site can arrange a shuttle service. Rooms are complete with a private bathroom fitted with a shower, all guest rooms at the hotel have a flat-screen TV and air conditioning, and some rooms also offer a balcony. A continental breakfast is available every morning at Blue Eyes Hotel. The Egyptian Museum is 2.4 km from the accommodation, while Al-Azhar Mosque is 4.9 km from the property. The nearest airport is Cairo International Airport, 19 km from Blue Eyes Hotel.
The hotel facilities are a bit old, but very clean. The location is excellent, the room I booked is facing the river, which is a quiet place in the middle of the noisy, very good.
The disadvantage is the supporting facilities of the hotel. The public swimming pool is very small, and I am not interested in going in after the various Eastern European aunts go down. Then, it was several restaurants in the hotel that had to be criticized by name. Casa mia ordered a bowl of soup of the day and a bowl of seafood spaghetti, and the ingredients were just like a simple salary meal. I won't talk about the specifics, let's understand it slowly. The wines are all local, which is a bit more expensive than other five-star hotels. Will come to live next time, will not come to eat or drink
The hotel is located on the banks of the Nile in the center of Cairo, and it is very convenient to go to the city's attractions. It is worthy of the five-star cost-effective, the indoor facilities are more sophisticated, the large bed is comfortable, and tired tourists are very happy about this. Rooms under 1,000 yuan can be so good. Breakfast is ok, if you can get better, you will get full marks.
Like: Concierge 💁♀️ is really pleasant and cordial. Same with adjacent restaurant staff. Clean bathroom and room. I was concerned checking in here on how clean the room would be based on past reviews but was pleasantly surprised. The view from my room was of the Nile which was really cool! Outlets near the bed (win!) to charge phones. Quiet hotel overall in terms of other guests. Dislike 👎: Oh gosh. So much unfortunately. I think the staff tries but they miss the mark. An English language barrier is still really apparent, which means my leftovers I left at the front desk the previous night got thrown away. At initial room check-in, there isn’t even a full toilet roll given. I mean, really?! The towels are the WORST I’ve ever had in a budget hotel. Thin and stringy and barely cover oneself (and I’m slender!). I ran out of toilet roll and told the front desk in the AM… still nothing there I got back to the room in the evening. And had to call the front desk TWICE to finally get it 👎There should be more opaque curtains for the windows as light comes streaming in early. There is no window double-glazing so the dulled roar of traffic is clearly heard outside (I was in room 808). The bed is pretty hard, as are the pillows. thin top coverlet (but duvets in the closet). Finally, Wifi was pretty slow and upload speed awful- and I had the best wifi it seems compared to others who had none or abysmal. No hot shower water later in the AM and only a bit warmer in the PM. The included breakfast is ok: an omelette option and some cakey bread; coffee; tea; OJ. The accompanying restaurant has some hit or miss food: I loved the eskander beans as it was a stew; the dolma was pretty bland. One of my fellow group members said her green soup was terrible. Service was very slow and food took ages to arrive. The location is far from Coptic or Islamic Cairo sites.
3 people business, breakfast can be, can be an extra bed, the hotel can be inside. The outside of the hotel is particularly blocked, the car is particularly large, the environment is general, the location is close to the living area, especially congested.
As I lay here awake well past 10pm, the incredibly loud DJ music from some nearby club or music enthusiast (not sure which) is blaring at a volume to rival the lollapalooza center stage. This is our third night at this hotel and the third in a row with noise that is so crisp, loud and clear I have questioned if it’s coming from my room television (it’s not). This is of course only outdone by the (not even kidding) two ROOSTERS that begin their crowing right outside our window at 0400am. That’s the ambiance sorted, now onto the rest. The rooms are worn and dated but mostly clean. The bright spot is the breakfast. The downstairs restaurant is the one spot in the hotel that appears to have been updated recently. The food is good, but not exceptional. The area is not good for walking and taxis are no where to be found in the suicidal death dance that is Cairo’s uncontrolled traffic (seriously guys, how about a stop light or two?!?) And the hotel will only set up ‘tours’ for you at what I considered a high cost (USD 50) for only transport to/from destinations like the main museum. They also set up legit tours, but if you only need transport (which you will need) you will spend a fortune here just to get back and forth to dinner. Finally, the staff are professional but clearly trained to push tours on the guests. This is what we expected and thus was fine with us. The service staff are all uniformed and attentive, but seemed a little out of place in this sort of hotel. Ultimately, it feels a bit like a Fawlty Towers episode if it were filmed in the overcrowded, trash strewn, feral dog and cat infested streets of Cairo. But if you are coming to Cairo, virtually all the hotels are in those streets, so you can’t blame the hotel for the landfill outside. Not sure where the 3 star rating came from, but it’s more aptly a 2.5. If you want a one day two night stop over for ONLY the pyramids, this is a suitable and inexpensive location. If you want more? Well, not sure what to tell you. Good luck!!!
Hotel staff were very helpful. Double-booked our room, but they found a place for us to stay the first night before moving us to our intended room.The rooms are old and you can see the wear and tear. Overall, not bad considering the price and similar hotels. The Conti Cafe, located on thrfirst and second floor is excellent!
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