Cairo Rotana Palace
37-Talaat Harb Street, Downtown, 6th floor Cairo,E
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Established in 2006 and remodeled in 2010, the Rotana Hostel provides a comfortable, safe, and inexpensive place for travelers.
Perfect for everyone from backpackers to tour groups, the Rotana Hostel creates an excellent base central to downtown Cairo. Within a 15 minute walk, or an even shorter time in a taxi, you will find the Egyptian Museum, Ramses Station (the main train station), and a bus station. Restaurants ranging from McDonalds and KFC to traditional Egyptian dining are just as close to the hotel. Downtown is filled with shops of all types, cinemas showing both Egyptian and international films, and is a short walk from the Nile.
We are pleased to offer you the following:
Newly remodeled, clean accommodations
Safe location central to shopping and many attractions
All rooms include private bath with hot running water and towels
All rooms are equipped with air conditioning and televisions complete with satellite
Wireless internet is available in every room
Arabian themed lobby perfect for relaxation
A continental breakfast is provided for each guest
An international telephone is available for use in the lobby
The English speaking staff is always ready to help you with any information you may need. Questions ranging from directions, taxi fares, tour booking, and train or bus information can be answered easily. The hotel offers the ease of arranging your sightseeing tours from the comfort of the lobby - just tell them what you want to see and they will make it happen.
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