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Oasis is a decent hotel, exactly as it says it is on its website so you won't get any nasty shocks when you get there! We stayed there for 2 nights at start of trip and 1 at end so we had two different rooms...More
Stayed with my wife at start and end of a Group Tour of Egypt. Rooms are layed out as terraced chalets overlooking quiet grassed squares dotted with a few trees and tables and chairs, and the odd bird dropping in for a snack from the...More
The Hotel itself is not situated in a convenient location for shops or restaurants so you are a little tied to the complex itself, but despite this it has everything you need, and is very clean and relaxing. There is a gift shop adjacent to...More
We would not hesitate to recommend this amazing hotel. It is very clean, food is very good and not expensive (if you avoid the buffet), service is excellent and standards are generally very high. Compared to some 5 star hotels in Cairo, service at the...More
Room was great double bed each, clean comfy,quiet. No big deal being far from Cairo its a hole, dirty grubby money hungry joint. Had tours booked for the 5 days we were there so kept busy and had own driver. Food by the pool side...More
US$47 - US$116 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#3 Best Value Hotel in Giza
#7 Spa Hotel in Giza
#11 Luxury Hotel in Giza
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Hi Veena. I also do not recall an ironing board in the room. I do not remember seeing a shuttle in the parking lot in front of the hotel nor anyone there telling me there was one. I asked about going into Cairo city for... More
Hi Veena. I also do not recall an ironing board in the room. I do not remember seeing a shuttle in the parking lot in front of the hotel nor anyone there telling me there was one. I asked about going into Cairo city for dinner and was told I would need to take a taxi.
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