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President Hotel Cairo3 Stars
22 Taha Hussein Street Zamalek Cairo
Located in the centre of Cairo on the island of Zamalek, President Hotel is in between the branches of the River Nile crossing Cairo. This area is recognised as one of the quietest residential areas in Cairo being close to a number of the foreign embassies.
Offering excellent views over Cairo, this hotel boasts comfortable rooms that are well decorated and equipped with several modern amenities.
The gourmet restaurant serves oriental and continental dishes surrounded by a lovely view of the Zamalek Island. Guests can also enjoy the same view with a relaxing drink in the Roof Bar.
The hotel provides a business centre where you can easily accommodate to organise conference or seminars. During leisure, you can explore the beautiful city and its attractions.
- 30 km to the Airport
- Bar / Lounge
- Faxing Facilities
- Business Centre
- Laundry Facilities
- Conference Facilities
- Room Service
- Air Conditioning
- Cable / Satellite TV
- Ensuite / Private Bathroom
President Hotel Cairo Guest Reviews (39)
Inexpensive, as it should be. Rooms in serious need of new carpeting, curtains, etc.
Vizier wrote on January 17, 2012
I like the staff and love the breakfast. The Cellar restaurant is handy and has good food. The little bar on top of the hotel is relaxing and quiet. I have used this hotel three times and will do so again.
Wade Marlow wrote on December 26, 2010
Located in a quiet location, staff were helpful. I felt very safe walking the streets. There are some very upmarket shops and eateries close by. I went through Expedia.
Anonymous wrote on December 2, 2010
This was a mediocre hotel. The staff was very deceiving and told us that area businesses were closed so that we would use their services.
Kishore Khan wrote on September 1, 2010
For the extremely low price you pay for this hotel, its quality should not come as a surprise. It is in central Cairo at a quiet place, the sheets and the bathroom are clean (the chairs, carpet and overall places less so), the food is sufficient, the staff is courteous, and main attractions are within walking distance. On the other hand, opening a window is literally impossible (and you'd think twice with the junk on the "balcony") and thus on top of the less than pristine conditions, the air becomes very stuffy. The archaic airco will make a minimal difference. From 2011 a new metro stop is planned nearby, so accessibility will be improved. All in all, as I was aware of what to expect for the price I was paying, I was not disappointed. In case you do not know what to expect, I quote my Egyptian friend: "A 3 star hotel means that cleanliness is optional".
Maria Vlasiou wrote on July 25, 2010
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