Holiday Inn Cairo Maadi

Address: 29 Corniche El Nil, Maadi, Cairo, 11511, Egypt | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 29 Corniche El Nil, Maadi, Cairo, is near Coptic Cairo, Mosque of Ibn Tulun, Coptic Museum, and Ben Ezra Synagogue.
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        • Outdoor pool
        • Swimming pool
        • Restaurant
        • Heated pool
        • Fitness/Health center
        • Bar/lounge
        • Casino


        • Minbar in room
        • Smoking rooms available
        • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
        • Wireless internet connection in public areas
        • Non-smoking rooms
        • High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
        • High-speed internet in room
        • Breakfast Available
        • Air-Conditioning
        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Family rooms


        • Suites


        • Drycleaning onsite
        • Airport Transportation
        • Meeting rooms/conference facilities
        • Conference facilities
        • Concierge desk
        • Banquet room
        • Babysitting service
        • Room service
        • Multilingual staff
        • Business Services
        • Kids activities or Babysitting
        • Laundry
        • Meal plan

        TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Cairo Maadi

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Cairo

        This is why I came to Egypt! (and to see Jill)

        A travel blog entry by robsons on Oct 04, 2015

        11 photos

        ... of stories from lots of people about how bad the hawkers at the pyramids would be so I'd geared myself up to be ready for them ... but to my delightful surprise, they were very few and far between, and the ones I encountered were all pretty reasonable to deal with, not that I bought anything!

        Next, we stopped nearby for an authentic Egyptian lunch (30 cents for a pita bread sandwich!) & then continued on to the museum.


        Major Bucket List item: Pyramids -Done

        A travel blog entry by knudsentrips on Jun 25, 2015

        26 photos

        ... to fully get the right perspective of the pyramids, it ought to be done via camel back. These guys are TALL! We went on a thirty minute tour around the back, got some epic pictures and had a blast riding the ships of the desert. The kids loved every minute of it, and after my fears (see the donkey post) subsided, I had a great time as well. Linda ate it up, and spent most of the morning in complete awe. On to the Sphinx, were we got reasonably close, ...

        Cosmopolitan Cairo

        A travel blog entry by annieallison on Apr 25, 2015

        1 comment, 7 photos

        ... and started to spit when he spoke! As usual a couple of salesmen offered David a few hundred camels (do they think we haven't heard that joke before? lol). We had to sit for a rest a couple of times and liked to just sit and people watch but unfortunately we became the watchees rather than the watchors! We had students coming up to us to take our photo...David thinks this is like some kind of uni game or something...where ...

        Golden Dunes, star rocks, and white deserts

        A travel blog entry by lcerbin on Jan 16, 2015

        8 photos

        ... a mountain passage overlooking the desert floor dotted by multiple rock outcroppings (see pic below). As a quick side note, Agabat means "wonders" but people often call this area Akabat ("difficult") because this area is so hard to drive in (which we found to be true). While these sites were amazing, the most incredible part of the day was getting to see the white desert. The landscape of the white desert is difficult to describe, but ...

        (days 1-21/121) SECTION 1: Pharaoh's Delight

        A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Jan 09, 2015

        2 comments, 1 photo

        ... There are no language barriers, travelling and cycling in these areas is similar in experience to what you are used to;
        2=Somewhat familiar, Some language and cultural differences create minor communication problems. Signs and directions can be more challenging;
        3=Unfamiliar, Language and Culture will be noticeably different, ease with which you order food, ask directions and communicate will be reduced significantly;