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First the rooms were clean and the staff was wonderful.The room did not have a TV and the walls are very thin. In addition, my room happened to be in the reception area. Each morning they would play music and the chatter from guests was...More
The room sizes are very large, and there is hot water 24/7 for showers. A/C in every room, although in December we didn't need it. Lovely balcony in the rooms. WiFi works well, and nice communal area to sit, with a TV.
Walking distance to...More
It's a clear example that "you get what you pay for" ... room is quite clean, breakfast is a joke, the manager/owner is a very rude person.
It's on a third floor... it has elevator but it's like a mortal trap...
The pictures on the...More
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Response from Soliman D, Manager at Bella LunaResponded 16 October 2016
Dear Valued Guest,
We appreciate every feedback about our hotel in every aspect to be able to provide the best service to all dear guests.
Bella Luna offers budget accommodations, best value of money, clean and comfortable rooms with light (continental) breakfast, which is already...More
Hotel room very clean, with lift to 3rd floor. Bathroom & A/C in room but no TV or fridge. High ceiling. Reception area functions as breakfast room; breakfast is poor but that seems to be the case in most budget hotels I've visited in Cairo....More
This was the perfect place for a single traveler. It is well located in a busy, lively, shopping district that stays going all night. The staff was always there to answer any questions I needed. They arranged an airport pickup and drop off as well...More
Hi. I didn't notice specific vegetarian options. Its bed and breakfast and the breakfast usually has foule (fava beans), bread, boiled egg and some jam or cheese. Talet Harb Street and surrounding area has plenty of... More
Hi. I didn't notice specific vegetarian options. Its bed and breakfast and the breakfast usually has foule (fava beans), bread, boiled egg and some jam or cheese. Talet Harb Street and surrounding area has plenty of different types of fool outlets and supermarkets, so shouldn't be a problem. My favourite place to hang out and eat is Oldish Restaurant in Mohamed Mahmoud Street, near the American University of Cairo. They have a wide menu and I have eaten there with vegetarians, who seem ok with it.
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"Have the hotel arrange your transfers to and from the airport"