Zoser Hotel

252 Pyramids Road, Giza, 00202, Egypt | 4 star hotel
Prices starting from $35.00
 

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... he once had a dream like his where he saw treasure buried in an old monastery by a sycamore tree and then Santiago realizes where the actual treasure is. He goes back across the desert and the ocean and back to the old monastery and digs up the treasure which was a chest full of spanish gold. With his treasure in hand he returns to Fatima and his journey is ...

Great Pyramids: Mission Accomplished!

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... foods so ethnic foods do not intimidate me. I had no prior experience of Egyptian food, but I like Middle Eastern cuisine and thought of the delights that await me here. In reality, Egyptian food was a huge let down. We purposely scoped out Egyptian eateries for local fare, but nothing looked or tasted appetizing. A fan of street food, there was little to be had here. After Jordan and Israel, we were tired of pita bread, but more pita bread we had. Rice and ...

"Egypt is the gift of the Nile"- Herodotus

A travel blog entry by theresabill

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... the tombs did not have hieroglyphics until the 5th Dynasty (around 2300 BC)?
That Cairo was not the original capital city, it was Memphis?
The Pharaoh of Upper Egypt wore a white crown and that the Pharaoh of Lower Egypt wore a red crown?
That when the two kingdoms united the King wore a red and white crown?
The Egyptians were the first civilization to make paper (papyrus)?
The Egyptians were the first civilization to have a calendar?

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Listen to the ancient mumurings on the breeze..

A travel blog entry by diannev

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... will patiently wait for you and remind you of the
historical significance of the site – or you could just tag along within earshot
of some of the guided tours. If you are in need of a guide though, then contact
Waleed (w_abd1988@yahoo.com) as he is
a mind full of information and so easy to talk to and wander around with – he’s
studying for his Masters in Egyptology and is a qualified tourist guide,
whereas my driver was ...

Egypt

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... separated and joined but
never settled. Fumes choked me as I hammered at the pedals for the scariest few
hours of my life. More than a glance behind was too risky. I held my breath and
prayed it wasn’t my last as cars scraped past me with an angry beep. I hated
every minute.

Concentrating on potholes, people, rocks, stopping taxis and the seven angry cars on my left, I looked ahead to see an arctic ...

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    TravelPod Member ReviewsZoser Hotel Giza

    Reviewed by friiskiwi

    Very tired and empty

    Reviewed Aug 14, 2011
    by (1 review) Nelson , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

    Would have to be VERY cheap to stay there again

    the pool area
    Cairo, Egypt

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

    Reviewed by dhanika

    Not too bad !!!

    Reviewed Dec 8, 2008
    by (1 review) Colombo , Sri Lanka Flag of Sri Lanka

    Conveniently placed.... rooms are OK. Stayed in a room facing the road, so bit noisy. food and room service is satisfactory!

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

    Historical Traveler Reviews Zoser Hotel Giza

    Oase in Kairo

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    Ich kam aus einem anderen Hotel in dieses. Das Zoser ähnelt den Novotel Hotels, auch wenn ich keine Verbindung zwischen beiden entdecken konnte. Die Zimmer war normal, mit 110/220V-Steckdosen, Fön, einem funktionierenden Telefon, Satellitenfernsehen und einem kleinen Kühlschrank. Der Service war okay, das gesamte Personal sprach Englisch und war hilfsbereit. Das Essen war besser als der Durchschnitt und ich habe auch keine Magenprobleme bekommen. Fürs Abendessen rate ich Ihnen vom offenen Büfett ab, gehen Sie lieber ins Kebab Corner. Die Preise waren ähnlich, es schmeckte dort aber besser und der Service war auch recht gut. Es gibt wirklich nicht viel über das Hotel zu sagen, es hat den Standard erfüllt, was vielleicht das beste ist, was man über das Hotel sagen kann. Es handelt sich aber um ein Hotel in Kairo und daher sollte man nicht vergessen, die Sauberkeit und Geräumigkeit der Zimmer lobend zu erwähnen. Zwei ganz wichtige Dinge, wenn man den ganzen Tag in Kairo unterwegs war. Sobald man im Hotel ist, lässt man die Menschenmassen, das Gehupe oder den Müll hinter sich.

    Oasis in Cairo

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    I moved to this hotel from another one.

    The foyer is as good as it gets!

    from

    We stayed here for three nights as a part of a Nile cruise package. The location was great for visiting the Pyramids but as a quality hotel we liked the foyer but, other than the food, not a lot else.

    Very, very nice!

    from

    i recall reading some of the posts before going. One guy mentioned that crossing the street out front was like committing suicide. Well doing that was a great part of the local experience. I was pleasantly surprised at how nice this hotel was. We had a room facing the pool and it was quiet and beautiful. Not a lot going on in the club inside the hotel, but who goes to Egypt to hang out at hotel clubs?

    Nice hotel

    from

    Good hotel overall, friendly and helpful staff, nice rooms. Perhaps the lighting in the rooms could be improved a little, as it is somehow weak. The buffet is nice, fresh food, various choices, prompt service (speaking about restaurant Sakkara - this is the only one I tried, out of the several restaurants in the hotel). A terrace at 7th floor is advertised, in the hotel leaflets, however it is not open yet; will likely be open soon. Sorry to miss the chance to admire the unique view of the pyramids by night!

    Poor Quality for Price

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    We stayed 9 days in mid Dec 2004. We used a travel agent to book into this hotel while traveling in the Middle East-it was a whim of the moment to go to Cairo.

    Zoser Partner Hotel on the Pyramids Road

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    The hotel is in a residential area, half an hour from downtown, an hour from the airport, and about half an hour to the Great Pyramids. Service is so-so (offered when asked); considering half of the staff speak English. Food in the hotel (our breakfast and dinner at the hotel already included in our tour program) is quite good, and there are a few other restaurants in the hotel. Also, there is a small shopping mall with Mc Donald's, etc. opposite the hotel, the road is quite difficult to cross at night though. Cairo traffic is busy until very late so avoid rooms at the front of the hotel. Our room on the first night is on the second floor and we can hear loud traffic noises from the street. On the last night we got another room with pool view, which is a lot nicer.

    Average Hotel nowhere close to 5* as advertised

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    The Zoser Hotel proved to be a disapointment to me and my girlfriend. The hotel is advertised as a 5* hotel but does not provide facilities even of a 3* hotel in Europe. Frankly this is the only hotel that i ever stayed in cairo so i do not really have anything to compare with but still... that is why there is a star rating on every property....

    March 2005 Visit

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    Clean and in good location near Pyramids. Across street is a small Mall where you can find a few places to eat and many many clothes stores. Breakfest was good and should be included in room rate if you ask when booking. Dinners in hotel were good and not very expensive if you don't feel like going out. Rooms were quite. Pool is in middle of the buildings and in March, due to the shadow of the buildings, was too cold to use pool. Use of hotel phones was rather expensive. In Egypt ...I would suggest a hotel of this type (5* class) as hotels of less ratings could be very nice or dumps and you won't know till you check in. Egypt is cheap so you can spend a little more on a nice hotel to avoid problems. In March 2005 we stayed in a nice Double room for $80 which included breakfest. We came back and stayed in a Jr. Suite for $160 (includes taxes, etc.). If we go back and take our kids...I would most likely book this hotel again. Good location, nice hotel and safe area. I plan to have photos of my trip on my site soon. Visit www.bcollyer.net

    Recommendable hotel for a cairo trip

    from

    Compared to some 5-star-hotels i??ve already stayed in there in Cairo, Partner Zoser is more comfortable.

    Rooms are really nice, clean and quiet, even the hotel is located at Pyramids Road, which means, too, that it??s quite close to some important sightseeing places like the Eygptian Museum and the Pyramids.

    Staff is very friendly and helpful.

    All in all recommendable as a nice hotel for a Cairo-Trip.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Zoser Hotel Giza

    3.00 of 5 stars Good

    Traveler Photos Zoser Hotel Giza

    the pool area
    Cairo, Egypt