Havana Hotel

26 Syria St, Cairo, 12411, Egypt | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 26 Syria St, Cairo, is near Heliopolis, Al-Fayoum Oasis, Manial Palace Museum, and National Geographic Society Museum.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Havana Hotel Cairo

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Cairo

    Hot date in Cairo

    A travel blog entry by theresabill on Jun 02, 2013

    2 photos

    ... war Panorama - a war museum, lots of old cars that were overheating, many high rise buildings where some of the 16 million inhabitants live, the Light Mosque, the largest church in Cairo - Abbasiya which is the home of the Coptic Orthodox Pope, the River Nile, the Cairo tower, the Malek, the Russian building which is still burnt out, and Tahrir Square.
    Hanni expressed that he was disappointed after the revolution. The revolution gave the people hope, ...

    Listen to the ancient mumurings on the breeze..

    A travel blog entry by diannev on Apr 12, 2013

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... what I understand the Government provides no services (no rubbish
    collection, water etc) but it is where the Tombs of Mohammed Ali’s family are
    kept. The crypt’s are kept within the grounds of a ‘house’ and are magnificent –
    can’t remember how many of the family are kept there but I think it is over
    forty. The crypts are ornately decorated and varying in size, each telling
    their own story through script ...


    A travel blog entry by rob-lowe on Feb 21, 2013

    After a thousand kilometers of chilly
    mountains the sun over the glimmering Med was a welcome sight. The original
    plan was to take a ferry to Cyprus then another onto Egypt, but during the
    months since leaving England that boat connection had seized to exist. Luckily
    I found an article that said cargo boats ran from the Turkish city Mersin to
    Damietta in Egypt, and so traversed ...