I feel very happy in that hotel the receiption are very kind people to all. What I did not like is... See full review
Feb 23, 2008
Egypt - be very careful!!!!
I felt safe there, although the mentality of almost all Egyptians dealing with tourists is that... See full review
Apr 23, 2007
A friendly, welcoming staff in Cairo near the Mohandessin shopping area
The Pharaoh Egypt Hotel near the Mohandessin shopping district is ideally located for sightseeing in this magnificent city. Request the Meet and Assist service at the airport, which pairs travelers with hotel staff in order to navigate arrival and departure smoothly (fees apply). Talk with the hotel manager about arranging a tour of the city or surrounding area. Take in the sun or sip a cup of coffee beside the rooftop pool with views of the city and pyramids. Guests stay connected with Wi-Fi Internet access throughout the Pharaoh Egypt Hotel.
Nearby train station makes getting around fast and economical
Rooftop pool with fantastic views
Meet and Assist program gets travelers through the airport quickly
The rooms at the Pharaoh Egypt Hotel are comfortable and include all the amenities world travelers expect. Find air conditioning, televisions with cable and satellite channels, private bathrooms and Wi-Fi Internet access in all rooms. Suites offer more space, with two separate bedrooms.
Proximity to the train station and public bus lines makes sightseeing from the Pharaoh Egypt Hotel easy and inexpensive. Explore the vast city of Cairo, from the modern Cairo Opera House to the ancient, but still thriving, Khan el-Khalili market. Join a tour headed out to the pyramids of Giza and the Sphinx, less than 10 miles from the hotel. Guests can also spend the day relaxing at the hotel in the coffee shop or outdoor pool, both with phenomenal city views. The fitness center at the Pharaoh Egypt Hotel includes exercise equipment, a steam room and Jacuzzi. The King Tut cafe serves Asian cuisine in a patio setting with stunning views of the River Nile. A buffet is offered at Unas Restaurant throughout the day. Guests stay connected in the Internet cafe and with Wi-Fi Internet access throughout the hotel.
Train station (2 mi/3.2 km)
Cairo International Airport (11 mi/17 km)
Pyramids of Giza and the Sphinx (9 mi/14 km)
Egyptian Antiques Museum (11 mi/18 km)
Pharaonic Village (11 mi/18 km)
Cairo Opera House (12 mi/19 km)
Egypt Zoo (14 mi/23 km)
Khan el-Khalili market (21 mi/35 km)
Meeting rooms available
Wi-Fi Internet access available
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The rooms are small and simple and functionally-decorated with beige furniture. Both rooms and bathrooms are clean. The bathrooms are also small with showers and simple decorations.
24 hour room service
Car rental desk
RV or truck parking
Nearby points of interest
Egyptian Museum: 1.9 mi
Khan al-Khalili: 3.5 mi
The restaurant offers international and local cuisine.
Terms and conditions
Rates quoted in currencies other than the hotel's base currency are subject to the rate of the international exchange. Rate may change throughout stay. Rate may reflect average nightly rate. Extra charges may apply. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use.
I have been staying in this hotel for a while just because its affordable and comfortable . Stuff and cleaners will not offer help without tips which is annoying some times . Romms are not perfect but not bad too .
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short drive from hotel
Khan el kalili is about 14 to 20 mints of drive ..its the best and nice place to do shopping and eat food ./
I feel very happy in that hotel the receiption are very kind people to all. What I did not like is the room. It is large room, but the bed iside was not good. It is not good bedroom I have the single one is not good it needs to be replace. Somehow
they should clean some part in room, like air condition was dirty when I open i. It felt my bed with dirty dusty whole night. Plus the phone is broken it can ring but you cannot answer it. When I want to go I can stay their if they offer to me a good bed in my room.
I felt safe there, although the mentality of almost all Egyptians dealing with tourists is that they are after your money in so many ways. Everybody expects a tip for doing the most basic things. It is best not to tip at all, if at all, until
the very end of one's stay since the word gets out that you are a tipper. They love to get a taxi for you since this is how they get a commission. They love not giving you your full change back on purchases. But, that's the way Egypt is.