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Booked this hotel just because of the location but was totally disappointed after checking in.. The rooms are quite old and needs an overhaul maintenance of floor, walls, washroom, drain. Moreover, the bath tub inside the washroom is more dirty that u can't step in...More
The room was very dirty and the bathtub was dizgusting to step into, sheets and pillows were dirty and found hair all over. The view from the room is nice looking over Tahrir square.
The common area is terrible, garbage bags full of rubbish on...More
I can't say it's nice hotel because the reality was different about the photos , try it once and discover what can you find in ,,, bed sheets dirty , floor distoried , if you stay on chamber overlook the street you will hear a...More
The Ismailia House Hotel is a backpackers' hotel that caters to both tourists and Egyptians. While it has the worst elevator in Egypt, its rooms are spacious and clean and the staff friendly and honest. You will not be hustled or overcharged. Many rooms have...More
For the nth times, Me and my 4 friends stayed here for 3 days from September 21-24, 2015. This is a budget hotel in Cairo that one would feel comfort after a day’s tiring Cairo strolling. Everything is just within your reach as this Hotel...More
Hi Jeff, I just stayed here this week. If you’re both non Egyptian yes I believe that’s fine but if one of you are Egyptian no. Even my partner (Egyptian) and I came to get married in Cairo, we had to stay in separate rooms