|"Nice and cozy; staff are friendly"||(in 35 reviews)|
|"The rooms are clean and comfortable."||(in 10 reviews)|
|"Great bargain for downtown Cairo."||(in 7 reviews)|
|"Breakfast was not good"||(in 11 reviews)|
|"Staff sell us expensive drinking water."||(in 5 reviews)|
|"A basic hotel in the heart of Zamalek."||(in 3 reviews)|
|staff is very welcoming||in 96 reviews|
|breakfast was good||in 55 reviews|
|perfect location||in 54 reviews|
|zamalek||in 22 reviews|
|hot water||in 18 reviews|
|clean rooms||in 17 reviews|
|friendly nothing||in 17 reviews|
|great value for money||in 17 reviews|
|wifi was very weak||in 17 reviews|
|one night||in 14 reviews|
|bed most comfortable||in 13 reviews|
|late check||in 11 reviews|
|extractor fan in bathroom||in 8 reviews|
|everything was perfect||in 6 reviews|
|main tourist attractions||in 6 reviews|
|old and worn||in 6 reviews|
|clean and friendly||in 4 reviews|
|extra charges||in 4 reviews|
|death trap||in 3 reviews|
|fire occurred||in 3 reviews|
|restaurants bars supermarkets||in 3 reviews|
|puffing away||in 2 reviews|
1) The room was spacious, well furnished, and clean. 2) The A/C always had all the power needed to cool the room. 3) There were no mosquitoes or other insects. 4) The shower water was always hot enough. 5) Breakfast was good. 6) The cleaning staff were pleasant.
1) WARNING: One night, a large man broke into my room at about 11:30 PM while I was sleeping. He only left after I screamed at him several times as loud as I could. The hotel claimed he was a new guest who was confused about which room was his. But the next morning, I discovered that the hotel had knowingly given that man a master key that was able to unlock the door to my room. 2) The hotel reception staff repeatedly tried to pressure me to switch to other smaller or dingier rooms. 3) The WiFi was very weak. Too weak to use Skype or Thunderbird, even when sitting right next to the WiFi router. Webpages often loaded slowly. The last 48 hours of my stay, there was absolutely no internet access at all. 4) Whenever the room below mine turned on their A/C, the entire floor would vibrate, which was very irritating and made it difficult to sleep. The hotel acknowledged the problem but repeatedly refused to try to fix that other A/C. 5) The A/C in my room dripped water about once per hour. The hotel staff tried once to fix it, unsuccessfully. 6) The lights in the room were a harsh cold white color. 7) Common lounge spaces were often occupied by smokers puffing away or trays of leftover food.
Just 2 km from Mit Okba and Al Zamalek Stadiums, Horus House offers air-conditioned rooms with LCD TV and free Wi-Fi. Buffet breakfast, an outdoor terrace and ticket service are available. Horus House Hotel’s rooms each have satellite TV and a work desk. A mini bar is also provided, and guests can order in-room breakfast and room service. Staff at Horus House’s 24-hour reception desk are available to assist with currency exchange or airport shuttle arrangements. Express check-in/check-out is also offered. Hot buffet breakfast is available each day, and guests can enjoy a drink on hotel Horus House’s outdoor terrace. Located in Cairo’s quiet Zamalek district, Horus House Hotel is 1.5 km from both Ramses Railway Station and Gezira Subway Station.
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Horus House Hotel Zamalek is located at 21 Ismail Mohamed St., Zamalek in Al Zamalek, 1.5 miles from the centre of Cairo. Cairo Tower is the closest landmark to Horus House Hotel Zamalek.
Check-in time is 14:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at Horus House Hotel Zamalek.
Yes, Horus House Hotel Zamalek offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Horus House Hotel Zamalek does not offer free parking.
No, Horus House Hotel Zamalek does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Horus House Hotel Zamalek is 12 miles from Cairo.
No, Horus House Hotel Zamalek does not have a pool on-site.