Juliana Hotel

8 Ibrahim Nagib , Garden City, Cairo, Egypt
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Satisfaction Very Good
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47
Very Good
29%
27
Average
9%
9
Poor
5%
5
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5

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  • Couples82
  • Solo84
  • Business100

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Forum Posts

hotels in abbas al akkad in nasr city cairo

by amirazah

Dear Sir,

I will be going to cairo on Oct12. I wld like to stay in Abbas Al Akkad area. Is there any hotels available there?

Pls come back to me as soon as possible.


Regards

Azizah

Re: hotels in abbas al akkad in nasr city cairo

by clare7680

Just been to Cairo myself and is a great city. Just a couple of tips to keep in mind - avoid taking photos with locals or asking them to take your photograph. Many will ask to be paid for the privilege. When visiting Cairo, a useful phrase to practice before arriving is 'la sukhran' - a fairly polite way to say 'no thanks.
Also I booked my hotel from tigerhotels.co.uk. They have a big list to choose from and good price. Have Fun.

Re: hotels in abbas al akkad in nasr city cairo

by Doctor38

You did NOT mention your budget. The Hotels I know of, are the Intercontinental Hotel and the Holiday Inn @ the City Star mall. There is also the Sonesta Hotel which is a 4 or 5 star hotel. There are few hotel like the Sheraton near the airport. I am not aware of any budget or 3 star hotels

Re: hotels in abbas al akkad in nasr city cairo

by menufia

Green House Hotel
5 Abbas El Akkad , Nasr City
Cellphone +20101021751 & +20123821734
Tel 002/ 022614105

Also

Maxim Hotel
5 Road elSenaa ( Industry ) branched from Abbas Ela Akkad , nasr city
TEL 002/ 02-22617925, 02-22617985,and 02-24048699

Call and find out

Travel Tips for Cairo

hussles..

by an-outsider

avoid the husslers at Giza Pyramids... they have certain give aways like:
1- "come and buy some beautful perfumes..."
2- "u want 2 ride camel !"
3- "original papyrus made by (za) pharoes"
4- "taxi"

just believe in your lonely planet guide and keep the cairo cab number handy (19155)
;)

Toliet paper and money

by johsab

There are three rules you must follow in Cairo:

1) Bring your own toliet paper as must places will not have it. Don't be surprised if the toliet seats are broken off most toliets...the locals are used to using the "hole" and 'em modern things that flush are new to them. So, they stand on the toliet seats to use it....hey, you will see stranger things then this....trust me.

2) Money - see rule #1. My theory is that small bills are used for toliet paper. Bring a zip lock back to hold the Egyptian money. It is filthy and it stinks...esp the lower demoninated bills.

3) Keep your walet in your front pocket with your hand in your pocket as well. I can't count the number of times there was a second hand trying to get in there with mine!

Student cards

by freya_heaven

This is not my favourite thing, just a good tip!
We went to the University of Cairo students union, filled in a form, and were given student union cards, valid for a year.

This meant we got student discount for the following year and rest of our travels.

Bit Naughty, But if your backpacking, generally every bit helps

(~_~)

You need a water parade before you step out!

by M.E.R.V

Drink plenty of water always because the heat is unbearable. Tap water isn't safe to drink and mineral water should be sealed when you buy them from vendors on the streets. Get canned drinks instead of bottled ones if you can and do bring some stomach tablets just in case you get a Mummy-Belly.

Don't be scared to take up an invite

by K1W1

Egyptians love to sit and chat over a coffee or chai. Take time out from your sight seeing and shopping to sit in a cafe or tea house. It can be fascinating to people watch and if you're on your own, or don't look too intimidating, there's a good chance you'll be invited to join a local or 2 who are confident enough with their English.

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