Havana Hotel

Address: 26 Syria St, Cairo, 12411, Egypt | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on 26 Syria St, Cairo, is near Heliopolis, Al-Fayoum Oasis, Manial Palace Museum, and Ethnological Museum.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Havana Hotel Cairo

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Cairo

And the childhood sailor suit seemed bad?

A travel blog entry by immyinegypt on Sep 11, 2013

... oh no, no -- please not the General!). The portly, highly decorated army General is either unhesitatingly generous, or the whispers we've heard from Seif that people are charmed by us three curious foreign girls - the most Islamically dressed in the room - are actually true and he's impressed by our effort. I settle for the first as the beaming gent welcomes me profusely and spreading his arms wide invites the three of us to the wedding reception party, to ...

Raiders of the Lost Ark

A travel blog entry by funkymonk on Jun 12, 2013

... in these very glass cabinets.

I recommend the museum totally, just do yourself a favour and ignore everything that anyone on the outside tells you. As part of a firm but polite refusal strategy I've started making excuses about having meetings that I have to get to, such as "I'm meeting my friend there" or "I have to hurry because my friend is waiting for me at the hotel." Notice I say 'hotel', not 'hostel'. Never give away where you're staying. Once back outside the museum a ...

Sinai Scrape: A Waltz with the Military

A travel blog entry by immyinegypt on Apr 27, 2013

... ice-cream to ghosts.

As abruptly as things were halted, time reassumes its normal pace and finally, seven hours after we left Cairo, the military show signs of preparing to move out. Sure enough maneuvers begin and we arrange our minibus, along with a couple of other buses containing foreigners, in a convoy with trucks of armed soldiers at either end: a gunpowder sandwich ready to take away. Far too excited now to remember my lack of sleep, I laugh at the turn ...