Hotels Near Haty El Haram

4.6/5Outstanding47 Reviews
1.57km from Haty El Haram
The new hotel is just a comfortable stay~ the waiter service is also very good, the lady at the front desk helped us upgrade the room, the floor-to-ceiling windows can see the Nile River, and I feel good when I sit on the sofa and look out the window every day! The materials and facilities in the room are also very complete, the bath is really a kind of enjoyment~ the hotel restaurant tastes good, the price is relatively high, but there are also many cafes in the mall, the price will be lower, and the hookah will be available, see in the hotel restaurant Smoking a hookah on the Nile is the right posture to enjoy life in Cairo~
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4.1/5Very Good24 Reviews
1.87km from Haty El Haram
Incredibly frustrating stay that was cut short, with us calling both the tourism police and bookings.com. Do not stay here. Summary - if you are a male and female, and do not have a marriage certificate (even if you are partners) then do not stay here. I would generally stay away as if you have issues at the hotel, they will try to scam you out of money. We are a male and female, and we checked into the hotel for 2 nights. We were let in, and we had our first night stay. On the second day at around 5pm, we get a call to our room asking us to come down. We go down to the hotel reception, and they say - you need to book another single room for 70 dollars. we are confused as to why, and they said it is because you don't have a marriage certificate (just side not here - later we find out the policy is ONLY for Egyptians, not foreigners, but they thought they could get more money from us). We had a big argument as to why they let us check in and stay the first night. We asked for a refund for the second night so we can move to another hotel, and they said no, it's already paid. They wouldn't let us go back to our room, so we called the police, and we went to our room and started packing up. Called booking.com and they told us they will call the hotel to get a refund. The hotel then calls us and says, ok we will give you a refund. We go down, and the guy gives us a receipt for 1 night refund, BUT hands us less cash - when we ask why, he says because you are checking out late!!!! So, I guess it is a Scam. They try to fill the hotel and get more money from the guests who might be shy to argue and not call the police on them. It's just not worth the hassle at all - we moved to the Hilton, and they didn't have any issues at all with any of this, and confirmed that policy is only for locals, not tourists. That's the biggest issue. The next issue was the noise outside is crazy loud! There are cars honking and music being blasted out from all around. We used ear plugs, but then then couldn't get a good night sleep. The bathroom also smelled a lot, they did try to fix it with cleaning again, but it still was there - issue with the plumbing. Don't stay here.
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3.6/543 Reviews
1.88km from Haty El Haram
The hotel is not big but not bad, it really is Hilton. The location is located on the banks of the Nile River, surrounded by embassies of various countries, very advanced areas haha. The breakfast is very rich, and I will not forget the freshly squeezed strawberry juice for breakfast. It is really delicious. The service is very good, the hotel has a sauna that can be steamed in the room, and the massage is paid for and must be booked one day in advance.
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5/5Perfect32 Reviews
2.13km from Haty El Haram
I have been coming here on business once a year for several years. In 2020 nothing has changed. I’m sure by Egyptian standards this is a good hotel. The executive rooms are comfortable and clean and the showers have good pressure and are hot. The air conditioner puts out a lot of noise and no cool air so I had to sleep with the window open and put up with all the noise in the street (honking, shouting, police sirens, calling to prayer and so on). On my arrival at 04.00 the man told me I had to wait 45 minutes for the wifi to connect but it didn’t and I had to wait until I got up in the morning for that elusive connection. I tried to connect my PC as well as my phone but got a message “simultaneous session limit reached”. So I disconnected the phone…. entered the log in and “passwor” and couldn’t connect the PC. All very useful when one has to contact clients for meetings. Breakfast is the same as it has always been. Pallid faced waiters with the weight of the world’s problems on their shoulders roam erratically around the breakfast rooms doing their best to avoid eye contact with clients If you need coffee or tea you can either wait until kingdom come or go fetch it yourself, at which point a waiter will come rushing and scolding you. I narrowly avoided being run over by a grossly overweight member of the kitchen staff who was waddling backwards, and ordered an omelette which was reasonably good. The bread rolls have a taste and texture of…. well they don’t actually have ANY taste or texture, which is probably just as well as one is therefore free to appreciate the taste of the warm rancid butter. I asked for a “freshly squeezed orange juice at £ EGY 25” and was greeted with a stunned “But… that is EXTRA !”. I persevered, reflecting that I was perhaps the first ever client to order one of these “extra” items. When it arrived I almost had to spit it out. It was orange syrup with water. I guess they’d tried to pull a fast one so as to pocket the £ EG 25 but I sent it back and miraculously a real one arrived with a “Sorry Sorry”. I asked why I’d been given a syrup and the waiter explained “Yes please”. So that was clear. The bed is comfortable but the duvet is tucked in so that the top end arrived half way up my chest. I admit I’m 6 feet tall but even so, it’s not exactly what one might call comfortable. I held onto the top end and stretched with all my might with my feet but it refused to budge – presumably the bottom half of the duvet was securely folded under the mattress (makes bed making easier). I didn’t have the strength at 04.00 to get out of bed and remake it. One of the two lifts was out of order. They are extremely slow and it is actually quicker to use the stairs to get to the 10th floor. Despite all the problems the hotel is centrally located in Zamalek and it’s safe to walk alone in the streets as there are policemen or soldiers at every street corner. It’s a good alternative if you don’t want to pay the high prices of internatio
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4.3/5Excellent43 Reviews
2.19km from Haty El Haram
Breakfast is good. Salads, hot stir-fries, snacks, breads, fruits, fresh honey can be scraped, or you can ask the waiter for hot drinks. Have eaten Chinese food once in a hotel buffet. The standard chain is 4 stars, with many categories. For dinner, the hotel does not provide buffet, there are two restaurants open, both are fine, one Asian and one Italian. But the better restaurants are all across the river. The embassy island is really a treasure. It ’s convenient to travel with Uber. Service, 5 stars by conscience. Gym, very complete, fully equipped Techmuscle, water supply for towels. The sauna next door is free of charge and massage is available. Did not try the pool. The interior of the hotel is small but generous with piano waiters and cafes. The rooms are slightly old, but the basic facilities are complete, more than enough. The scenery on the river is better. The bed was ok, not soft or hard, almost four stars. There is no socket at the bedside, which is inconvenient. The casino is on the ground floor and did not go. (I recommend the four-star Hilton across the river. The location is good. There is a Japanese restaurant in it. It ’s a good question. Most of the foreigners live in it. They are basically embassy staff or company staff who come to Cairo for business.)
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5/5Perfect32 Reviews
2.25km from Haty El Haram
Close to the Nile River, breakfast is pretty good, suitable for tourism and business trips. There are steakhouses and Starbucks at the door.
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4.8/5Outstanding30 Reviews
2.28km from Haty El Haram
This private well run hotel is located in the north third of Zamalek/Gezira Island in an area that is lightly commercial / mostly residential. My room was from the "Superior" category (the middle category). It was beautifully appointed and very comfortable, and it had a big bathroom with big tub and all the hot water I ever wanted. It was on the 6th floor which is one flight of stairs up from the Reception desk on the 5th floor of the building. I particularly liked the hotel's terrace on the 5th floor with its comfortable chairs and potted plants. Large bottles of drinking water are supplied in two locations so that guests can refill their water bottles. Breakfast is a delight in a large room with tables with white tablecloths. There is a full selection of food, hot and cold - scrambled eggs, sausages, multiple different kinds of bread and rolls, yogurt, fresh fruit, etc. It's really an enjoyable and great breakfast. The name of the hotel is on the outside of the building. Go in the building and walk most of the way down the wide long hall. There are two elevators near the end on the right. Close the inside doors. The elevators are small but will hold one or maybe two people and a large suitcase. Go to the 5th floor. A new subway station is being built practically at the doorstep of the hotel! Who knows how long it will take to finish it and start service on that new line of the subway, but it will be great when it does start. Because of the construction you can't walk/drive straight west from the hotel. You have to drive around it. Most of the taxi drivers seemed to be used to it by now. The construction doesn't impact staying in the hotel. I didn't find many restaurants in the area of the hotel, Five Bells is close. Pizza Hut and McDonalds are at the west end of the hotel's street, a 15 minute walk around the construction and along the street. Getting information from the Reception was challenging because of our languages. In going to La Tratoria Real restaurant, the Reception told me to go up the street and turn right at the traffic light... and there was a church. It turned out to be a round-about and a mosque, but I got there. (I can't recommend that restaurant because it took half an hour to order and longer to get my pasta even though there was only one other table occupied, and it was expensive, and the waiters didn't understand why they were there.) The hotel does not have a computer and printer for guests to use to print their airline itineraries and boarding passes. (So be prepared!) I was stunned to find this out. This was totally unexpected. And you have to have these things when you get to the airport! So I asked Reception where I could get them printed. He said there was a library, to leave the hotel and go right... a ways, three/buildings/a ways, in back/around back above Kodak, students use it. I went out looking for it and didn't find it. Later Reception remembered it wasn
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2.7/518 Reviews
2.32km from Haty El Haram
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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0/50 Reviews
2.36km from Haty El Haram
Located in Cairo (Zamalek), this apartment is within a 10-minute drive of Cairo Tower and Coptic Museum. This apartment is 3.3 mi (5.3 km) from Egyptian Museum and 4.3 mi (7 km) from Museum of Islamic Art.Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, luggage storage, and microwave in a common area.Make yourself comfortable in this air-conditioned apartment, featuring a kitchen with a stovetop and a microwave. A flat-screen television with satellite programming provides entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Conveniences include a minibar and an electric kettle, and you can also request an iron/ironing board.
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4.7/5Outstanding33 Reviews
2.45km from Haty El Haram
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 Trip.com'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 Trip.com, I learned the truth. So I booked with Trip.com, 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:
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4.6/5Outstanding5 Reviews
2.57km from Haty El Haram
With a stay at New Star Zamalek Hotel in Cairo (Zamalek), you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Egyptian Museum and Tahrir Square. This hotel is 9.9 mi (16 km) from Giza Pyramid Complex and 10.2 mi (16.4 km) from Great Sphinx of Giza.Make use of convenient amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and a television in a common area.At New Star Zamalek Hotel, enjoy a satisfying meal at the restaurant. A complimentary buffet breakfast is served daily from 7:00 AM to 10:00 AM.Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and multilingual staff.Make yourself at home in one of the 33 air-conditioned rooms featuring LED televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Private bathrooms with showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include safes and desks, as well as phones with free local calls.
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4.1/5Very Good13 Reviews
2.82km from Haty El Haram
Property Location With a stay at Golden Inn Hotel in Giza (Agouza), you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Coptic Museum and Cairo Tower. This 4-star hotel is 3.1 mi (4.9 km) from Egyptian Museum and 4.1 mi (6.6 km) from Museum of Islamic Art. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 37 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and minibars. 50-inch flat-screen televisions with satellite programming provide entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Private bathrooms with showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and desks. Amenities Take advantage of recreation opportunities such as a nightclub, or other amenities including complimentary wireless Internet access and concierge services. Dining Enjoy local and international cuisine at Words, one of the hotel's 2 restaurants, or stay in and take advantage of the 24-hour room service. Snacks are also available at the coffee shop/café. A complimentary buffet breakfast is served daily from 7 AM to 10 AM. Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
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3.1/530 Reviews
My travel buddy and I stayed at the Aracan Pyramid Hotels for 4 nights as part of a tour package in Cairo. As backpackers we found the room affordable and equipped with all our needs: mini fridge, TV, air conditioner, and free WiFi, as well as fresh towels and toiletries. The hotel was in a great location, close to the Pyramids, and within walking distance of ample restaurants, cafes, and convenience stores. All of the staff were incredibly warm, welcoming, and eager to help with any questions or concerns. Our stay even included complimentary breakfast, featuring a diverse spread of local cuisine, western favorites, and bottomless coffee. If you seek a safe place to rest your head after an exhilarating day exploring magical Cairo, this is your budget travel dream!!
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3.8/532 Reviews
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.
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5/532 Reviews
Generally, it’s OK.
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4.6/511 Reviews
There is a spilt A/C in the room. It's recommended so it doesn't transmit an infection of Coronavirus. No meals but you use Otlob Application to deliver your food. The team supervised by Mr Taha is very friendly and the location is very nice.
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2.7/53 Reviews
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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