The Oasis Hotel Pyramids4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
It was a nice experience to stay for two nights in Oasis hotel. The hotel is close to the pyramids area and located directly on the Alexandria desert road, this location allows easy transportation from and to the hotel. The only negative thing in the location is the absence of nearby services like supermarkets and pharmacies. Rooms and wide and good furnitured and air conditioned. Rooms are like chalets and they are all ground level. The pool is a little small. The overall view of the hotel landscape is nice with gardens and a fountain. There is also a small kids area. The restaurant is small but the food is ok, I can't say it is very good, it has an average quality but comparing with the night price it is very reasonable. The stuff are very friendly and helpful. I would recommend visiting this hotel for everyone wants to relax, tour and enjoy without spending a lot of money.
The hotel is 40 mins away from the airport. There's nowhere for you to go for a walk or shop outside as it's on a busy road. Smoking is permitted in the hotel. The reception lounge is full of smokers so it can be irritating. There's a wide selection of breakfast and I am pleased to have got my warm honey & lemon drink each time. The room size are good but the standard of cleaning is poor-too dusty to my liking. On our last night, we stayed in for dinner and the food was to die for.
room is very big very big space and playgrounds all around green grace everywhere food is very good in breakfast and dinner the value of money is very good the hotel is very cheap very nice swimming pool i love this place
We arrived rather late and there were a lot of people in the lobby so the reception was busy. We were given a run down of the property. We were part of a tour and told to wait in the lobby because our guide was there to meet with us (this was news to us). We waited a few minutes to be told to go to our room and they would call us when our guide arrived... We never received a call.. It was late and we were a bit cranky and just wanted to go to bed. My husband went to speak wth reception and the only response we got was 'they will meet you tomorrow' .. we stayed awake for an hour for nothing. The last night we had only a few hours to sleep before our early morning flight. There was a wedding on property that kept us up almost all night. The music was loud and they set off fireworks. Lastly, it's rather far from everything. No restaurants in the area but they do offer a shuttle to the town, I am not sure of the hours.
It was a nice day use , the hotel is very beautiful with large swimming pool and a lot of chalet around it ,the weather was nice in this day . The hotel staff is very helpful and friendly But all in all the hotel needs some improvement in decorations
Very hospitable team. Unique and spacious bungalows. You can buy wifi for an hour or a whole day. Breakfast buffet is great! The pool area is nice as well. I would recommend getting one of the bungalows versus the standard rooms in the several-floored buildings.
Egypt is one of the most historical and amaizing place with such beautiful stuffs. I would love to visit once again I love egypt. Specially the hotel and the deserts are amaizing love the trip to see the pyramids and swimming on the Alex beach is more like home to me cccccccccc
On a recent trip to Egypt arranged by Wingbuddy in Montreal this hotel was our first stop. We checked in at 3 am. Our stay included a supper and breakfast. We were give a very enjoyable plate to take to our room. In fact, someone delivered it. It is a large complex which has a great pool area as well as a restaurant and bar aptly named The Thirsty Camel. The breakfast had a very good choice from American or should I say Canadian fare to Asian. The coffee was superb
We checked in late, but I was quite happy with the place. It was a regular sized room, it was clean and had a lovely palm tree courtyard. I spent the evening feeding stray cats, and I would say my only complaint was regarding that, I went to the restaurant and asked to order an item off the menu, I was asked to sit and be served. I told them I wanted it to go because I was simply going to feed it to the kittens, I was told I couldn't do that I had to be ordering from room service, but after the long walk back to my room, and climbing two flights of stairs (no elevators!) I tried ordering it from room and they told me it wasn't on the room service menu, so I called and complained to management and they told the restaurant to serve me when I walked ( ALL THAT WAY) back over. So I was sure I'd be served, I walked back and was told once again I must sit and eat. I was yelling at this point and about to walk away with steam shooting out of my ears like a cartoon when luckily the manager came over after hearing me, and insisted I be served take out.the crazy part is, I just ordered some cd cuts, lunch meat! Because it was for the cats I even told them to hold the. Read and garnish, it was hardly a difficult order. The funny part was the cats ate what I had in a minute flat and I was almost too annoyed to go back for more, but I did. I hit my bed tired and had to leave very early but I regretted not having more time to spend at this little Oasis. Upside: clean beds, decent rooms nice seating around the hotel, from the front entrance to the benches and lovely palm trees Downside; cannnot see the pyramids from the hotel ( but As I later found out from staying at a hotel very near the pyramids on my last night, you cannot see them at night anyway I think because of the pollution) Room service was terrible The pool looked lovely but had been drained when I was there, yes it was December, but with 80 degree weather that's s non issue No elevator ( at least where we stayed) so lifting luggage , climbing while tired is not much fun, wheelchair must request first floor) All in all I think it wasVERY good value for the money , but from the time I write this, American money goes very far. A quick note: Americans are afraid to death of safety issues: we had no problems fear or danger the entire trip. Egypt for the most part is as safe a place to trAvel as any, and it IS NOT TO BE MISSED!😊
We stayed at this hotel when we were on a package tour. It was clean and convenient, and customer service was good. The bed was a little hard for my taste, and the tub was slippery, which resulted in fall and a large bruise on my hip, so be careful when in the shower. Also, check your tab when at the restaurant to make sure they don't over charge you. These are things you should do at every hotel, however.
Located in Giza - Pyramids, The Oasis Hotel Pyramids is 2 mi (3.3 km) from The Grand Egyptian Museum and within a 15-minute drive of Pyramids at Giza. This 298-room, 4-star hotel has a full-service spa along with an outdoor pool and free self parking. Great Sphinx of Giza is also within a 15-minute drive of this Giza hotel.
Start your day off right with a free buffet breakfast, served each morning from 6 AM to 10 AM. Enjoy dining at one of 2 onsite restaurants including Al Andulsia, which specializes in international cuisine. Order from 24-hour room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room, or make new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge.
All of The Oasis Hotel Pyramids's 298 air-conditioned rooms provide refrigerators, safes, and desks. TVs come with cable channels, and WiFi keeps guests connected. Beds sport premium bedding and bathrooms offer free toiletries.
Guests of The Oasis Hotel Pyramids enjoy a full-service spa, a nightclub, and an outdoor pool. Onsite parking is available, both free self and paid valet parking (USD 3.00 per day)—also useful is an airport shuttle for USD 35.00 per vehicle one way. Front-desk staff can answer questions 24/7, and assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this spa hotel include a fitness center, an outdoor tennis court, and WiFi in public areas.
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79% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 530 reviews