Holiday Hotel

Gomhouria St., Port Said, Egypt | Hotel
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.
 

Travel Blogs from Port Said

Can't believe we're here.

A travel blog entry by scotbig2

25

... later, the canal was opened, enabling a faster and easier way to get from Europe to Asia-without having to sail around the southern tip of Africa.

Extraordinary buildings line the canal bordered by golden sand. Public gardens and mosques line the shores of Port Said. Then as we get aabout halfway down, some fascinating momuments that honour the Israeli Egyptian War show up. The Suez Canal was the border between the two countries during the ...

Nov 17, 2012

A travel blog entry by mediterranean12

2
2

... we would have crawled had it not been as steep. Ive never been one for claustrophobia but the press o sweaty tourists and the fact that I was crawling through stone to get to a tomb made me worry about just how much air was pumpedin. We finally arrived in a room roughly the size of my basement. It was completely empty except for a stone box with a lid pulled to the side. We waited for the last of the previous tour group to leave and then we jumped in. Everyone took ...

Dolphins cheer you up!

A travel blog entry by pjh60

2

... arms outstretched in the film ‘Titanic’)

Buckshees are still necessary in this part of the world and appropriate ‘gifts’ are to hand. Some things haven’t changed! Going through the canal tomorrow is one of the highlights of this trip.

17.45 hours local. We have dropped anchor off Port Said along with many other vessels and await the call.

Sent by email from the ship and posted by the Old Sea Dog's PA

...

Other Hikes: Port Said (1025)

A travel blog entry by superhikes

33

... are planned and laid out in an orderly fashion—almost communist style. And when I finally reach the coastline, I’m greeted by multiple green areas, amusement parks, nice clean restaurants… and space… lots and lots of space. It’s very refreshing to see a very a new face of Egypt. Clearly this city caters to tourists—but not foreign tourists… this is more for the middle and upper class ...

1025. Crossroads of the World (Egy 021)

A travel blog entry by nathanphil

33

... when we reach Port Said, the city feels very different from the Delta cities. The streets are wide… the apartment buildings are planned and laid out in an orderly fashion—almost communist style. And when I finally reach the coastline, I’m greeted by multiple green areas, amusement parks, nice clean restaurants… and space… lots and lots of space. It’s very refreshing to see a very a new face of Egypt. Clearly ...

Location

This hotel is located on Gomhouria St., Port Said.
Map this hotel
   

TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Hotel Port Said

2.00 of 5 stars Fair