Fairmont Towers Heliopolis

Address: El Shaheed Sayed Zakaria Street, Cairo, 2480, Egypt | 5 star hotel
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Location

This 5 star hotel, located on El Shaheed Sayed Zakaria Street, Cairo, is near Great Pyramid of Cheops (Khufu), Khafre's Pyramid, Dr. Ragab's Pharaonic Village, and Mena House Oberoi Golf Course.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Fairmont Towers Heliopolis Cairo

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Cairo

    Walk like an Egyptian

    A travel blog entry by aimeejane on Oct 08, 2014

    7 photos

    ... in. The people of this country are really nice and I am excited for the rest of the year. So far I have gone to the pyramids, scuba dive Red Sea in hurghada amazing I saw dolphins it was breathtaking I've had a weekend in Sokhna a beach town an hour and a bit away from Cairo. Teaching is really exhausting I never knew how draining it can be the kids are great sweet and nice but they do love to talk a lot in this culture and are a bit lazy. I'm ...

    Pharaohs, mummies and gold

    A travel blog entry by natleith on Sep 30, 2014

    4 photos

    ... Hieroglyphic, Ancient Greek and Demotic. It dated to 196 B.C It was deciphered in 1822. Egypt was divided into two parts around 5000 B.C. Upper Egypt and Lower Egypt. Looking at a map you would think that the Upper Egypt would be at the top of Africa but actually Lower Egypt is at the top of Africa, this was due to the fact that the Nile river flows from South to North. Each part was run separately by a different Pharaoh. It wasn't until 3100 ...

    Camp with alchemist

    A travel blog entry by terryxu on Oct 25, 2013

    I started to dig into the dune in order to find the treasure. I fought with the wind from the desert, exhaustion and thirsty, but I still could not find the treasure!
    Two men appeared and they thought I was hiding things there. I told them there was gold here because I had a dream of it, but they laughed at ...

    "You're Welcome Ma'm"

    A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on Sep 28, 2013

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... like a ghost town. Just about as appealing as the shacks that were built along the road.

    Now we were crossing the Nile, from Cairo into Giza. A car containing a family zoomed past, with the two kids happily bouncing around facing backwards on the back seat. We left the ring road and all of a sudden the city came alive! We passed phone shops, convenience stores, auto repair shops and cafes, where men were hanging out smoking their pipes. Little boys were still ...

    Crazy, Chaotic Cairo

    A travel blog entry by chris-tom on Mar 31, 2013

    10 photos

    ... for a different family member. Some buildings look like a bomb has ripped through it yet people are living in these places. The only sign that indicates life is the satellite dishes on the roof.
    The roads are littered with rubbish as the government does not have the money to pay for rubbish collection. In upper class areas residents pay private contractors to remove the rubbish. ...