Qabana is a small cozy hostel, located in the best area of down town surrounded by the main attractions of the City.
Our Well designed and furnished rooms with the private bathroom and the comfortable beds plus the view from the common room will make you enjoy your stay.
In occasion of opening we offer the best challengeable rates for private rooms in down town which offer the same type of accommodation.
The facilities include 24 hour reception, travel desk, air conditioning, car parking, internet access and a currency exchange service.
In order to reach the destination, you need to follow these instructions.
Naguib Metro Station
Once you exit the station, you need to North West and take a left at the first road which is Mohammed Farid Street. After, you need to continue until you reach the destination.
Sadat Metro Station
Once you exit this station, you need to head east along Al Tahreir Road until you reach Mohammed Farid Street. Turn right at Mohammed Farid Street and continue until you reach the destination.
Cairo Railway Station
Once you exit this station, you need to head east along Maydana Ramses Road. Cross onto Ramses Road and then head westwards along Ramses Road until El Gomhoria Street. You must continue along El Gomhoria until you reach El Raeeis Abd El Salam Aref Street. After, you need to turn left and then take a right at Mohammed Farid Street. Lastly, you need to continue until you reach the destination.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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