Mediterranean Azur Hotel

Address: Corneish Road Roshdy, Alexandria, Egypt | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Corneish Road Roshdy, Alexandria, is near Mount Sinai (Mount Moses), Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Catacombs of Kom el Shoqafa, and The Cascades at Soma Bay.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsMediterranean Azur Hotel Alexandria

    Reviewed by chris-tom

    Alluring Azur

    Reviewed Apr 1, 2013
    by (6 reviews) Melbourne, Australia , Australia Flag of Australia

    Wonderful Hotel. Great views of the ocean and great pool and beach area. On a chaotic highway but once in the hotel you wouldn't know it.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews Mediterranean Azur Hotel Alexandria

    3.00 of 5 stars Good

    Travel Blogs from Alexandria

    Beginings... (Alexandria, Egypt)

    A travel blog entry by reneelevin on Jul 04, 2014

    1 photo

    ... incomparable to the dull monotony of the Parisian countryside (my place of origin).

    If I walk to one part of the city, the architecture and languages spoken could almost be mistaken for Paris or any other city in the West. However, if one turns the corner, they would find themselves staring upon a great Mosque where many pray five times per day.

    The chaos of the city ...

    Egypt's north coast

    A travel blog entry by amandane on Jun 03, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... smile kindly and I would think that he understood me but then he would bring all the packets of tobacco over to where we were sitting and have me point out which flavour we were after. He was so lovely, always coming back over to top up our sheesha pipe with fresh coals. You could tell from his way that he was a kind soul. When we would give him baksheesh you could see the gratitude in his eyes and he would kiss the note and put it in his pocket. Even though his ...

    Saqqara, Dahshur, and Alexandria

    A travel blog entry by jonnystravels on Dec 27, 2013

    33 photos

    ... like an excuse to declare a new state of emergency). I did have the opportunity to talk to numerous people of various ages, occupations, and political persuasions about the state of politics in Egypt. They started the conversation once they found out I was American, not me. They were roughly divided into two camps, with a majority from both sharing a two similar beliefs. The first camp are the Morisi supporters. They obviously did not agree with his removal and view the US ...

    Faded elegance and crumbling ruins

    A travel blog entry by digsbysuky on Nov 29, 2012

    1 comment, 19 photos

    ... modern building, filled with shelves of books in tiers and long study tables. There are hundreds (thousands?) of students coming and going to work on their research. They are young and energetic and well-dressed, debating a wide range of subjects as they come and go. I could sit here all day, enjoying the face of the future of Egypt.

    Another day, we spend the day touring the ancient sites. In the 1960s, a modern ...


    A travel blog entry by mediterranean12 on Nov 18, 2012


    ... find them. The catacombs in Alexandria were discovered when a donkey fell down a hole. It is a large complex filled that had additions added over the years. You could see the roman and egyptian gods on the same frieze. We walked down hundreds of circular stone stairs to reach the second level. The third level was under water and we could see the still pond in the center of our staircase. I worried about the kids. In Boston Sam got a little frantic about seeing a ...