Hilton Cairo Zamalek Residences

Address: 21 Mohamed Mazhar St., Cairo, 11211, Egypt | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the زمالك area of Cairo, is near Mohamed Ali Mosque (Citadel of Saladin), Citadel (Al-Qalaa), Solar Boat Museum, and Temple of Ramesses II.
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    Travel Blogs from Cairo

    King of Cairo

    A travel blog entry by ayc17 on Mar 13, 2015

    15 photos

    ... in the world, they had everything from fruit to mobiles, including some random makes I've never heard of, although you can bet your bottom dollar I'd rather have a Strawberry than an apple. The first stop was El Azhar Park which is the of the more scenic parts, where all the couples court and get naughty by holding hands. Second part was the Mohamed Ali mosque which is one of the oldest and biggest in Cairo, which was a beautiful ...

    Pyramids, wind, sand and 8 strangers

    A travel blog entry by paigerrides on Jan 06, 2015


    ... s Africa! I am going to be washing sand out of hair for days when I return home! The Pyramids, and the Sphinx! Wow! just wow! I always thought the sphinx was bigger, but nether less amazing to see. The pyramids! Words can't describe! Just unbelievable! We decided to see the 4000 year old boat, kinda sketchy but well worth it. Amazing that that was built, dismantled over 4000 years ago. It took them 22 years to rebuild it. It was under 41, 18 tonne stones! in 13 ...

    Crazy Cairo

    A travel blog entry by kteam on Oct 10, 2014

    48 photos

    ... out hundreds of unfinished of partly finished but apparently occupied apartment buildings. These had all been built illegally on pastoral land but corruption being so rife blind eyes were turned and now they are there to stay although being incomplete they can't be taxed or pay rates just to add to the dodgyness of it all.
    Finally there they are, the Pyramids of Giza! What is amazing when driving towards them is just how big they actually are and just how filthy ...

    A Day in Cairo

    A travel blog entry by shawnbuckle on Apr 27, 2014

    17 photos

    ... than in a Thailand or in Istanbul's markets, there was a desperation felt, which loosened up your wallet. Some attuned touts were cognizant that Egypt's reputation was damaged and they needed the few visitors to spread word that visiting is indeed safe and would prioritize their conversations on this fact, rather than trying to make a buck. And yes, Cairo was safe as we never felt any worry.

    We did the typical cycle starting with the earliest ...

    Egypt Part 1: Cairo, Aswan, and Abu Simbel

    A travel blog entry by jonnystravels on Dec 17, 2013

    153 photos

    ... a cold and rain spell. The day I boarded my flight, the temps were in the low 70s during the day. Once I got there, it was in the 30s and 40s during the day...and raining. I packed for slightly warmer weather. And Egyptian buildings are designed to stay cool due to the almost 10mo this of temps above 100. So it was cold and even colder inside. So the day I headed to the pyramids it was a balmy 36 and raining. But, I finally made it after several months of delays, softly owing ...