Siag Pyramids

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Sakkara Road, P.O.Box 107 Ahram, Cairo, Egypt
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Excellent
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Very Good
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Average
7%
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Poor
17%
7
Terrible
69%
27

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Costs 77% less but rated 70% lower than other 4 star hotels

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  • Families0
  • Couples8
  • Solo28
  • Business0

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Siag Pyramids Hotel

by janiegrl

Does anyone have any comments on the Siag Pyramids Hotel. Noticed their website was down, due to non-payment. Not a good sign. Also, any comments on the Oasis Hotel would be appreciated.

Thanks!

RE: Siag Pyramids Hotel

by msaad

Hi,

Siag Pyramids has only one advantage ( for some people), it is near the pyramids. I don't think it is the best place to stay.

Oasis Hotel it is on Cairo-Alex Road, so it is also near the pyramids too, but far from every thing else.

RE: RE: Siag Pyramids Hotel

by ash03biker

I stayed in this hotel recently.
Pros are that the accomodation is cheap and you get a good view of the lighted pyramids from the balcony.
Cons are that it is definitely not 4 star-I would rate it 2 star max! Breakfast is really bad specially as I was expecting the likes of what I got when I was in Sharm.
I lost a bag containing my trainers too in the luggage room although it was partly my mistake as I should have checked on departure (I returned back after a few days from Hurghada and the hotel did not know anything about it)!

Travel Tips for Cairo

Sheesha - Water Pipe

by MaximusTravel

This is not some ilegal drug thing - simple water pipe and flavored tabacco. Even for a nonsmoker this was a nice treat. Worth trying - Apple is best. Meseum of History - This was a dream come true. Plan to spend at least 6-8 hours here.

Don't let your guide shoot you through. Take your time this is probably the most rare artifacts as you will likely ever see in your life.

A plce you must visit is...

by Romulo

A plce you must visit is menphis and sakkara.

Menphis: It's the most antique city in Egypt. There you can see the ' Colossus Ramses II ' It's the limestone. It's alture is the 13 metres and It's weight is the 120 ton,

Sakkara: It's the most antique monastery of Egypt in up part is the Zoser high stoop piramid. The funeral build it was building Eng. IMHOTEB by Zoser order.
The Dimentions of the piramid are 123.5 x 107 metres and the alture of 59 metres.

Al Haram Area!

by marimar_72

The Haram area is a place that most tourist will pass on their way to the pyramids,,that`s why it`s called the Haram which means pyramid in Arabic.
I first visited this area to visit some realtives of my husband who live in that place.
It is very crowded specially during the day time,cars are really jamed.
The main road is (Faysal street).
The area is filled with shops,casinos and restaurants,,it`s really packed!!!!!!

sufi dance

by mindcrime

Al-Ghouriyya at Sharia al-Azhar is an impressive couple of black and white buildings that date back from 1505. When visited it one afternoon there was a free Soufi dance show.

The sufi dance is practiced by the Dervishes, through a weird whirling dance, a ceremony that aims to reach perfection as they say and the origin of the dance goes back to 12th century. The ritual goes through different levers, first step we saw was an Islamic prayer and then they start to whirl, slowly till they go faster and reach some kind of an exctatic trance. It was really interesting and not touristic at all.

See my short video here: video

Address:Sharia al-Azhar at Al-Ghouriyya, Islamic Cairo

Shisha

by Aurorae

It is very popular to smoke shisha (nargila, the water pipe) in Egypt. There are many flavours, my favourite being strawberry and apple. You can order shisha at every café, and everybody smoke with pleasure, with some drinks. I don't smoke normally (I hate tobacco) but shisha is mild and soft, and doesn't have that terrible tobacco "flavour". If you go to Egypt, try it for sure!
On the photo you can see me in the act! :)
It's at the floating café called Doody's, on the river Nile.

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Address: Sakkara Road, P.O.Box 107 Ahram, Cairo, Egypt