Address: Siwa, Egypt | Hotel
Photo of Al-Babinshal Siwa
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.


This hotel is located in Siwa.
Map this hotel

TripAdvisor Reviews Al-Babinshal Siwa

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Siwa

Super Siwa Sand Safari

A travel blog entry by theresabill on Jun 08, 2013

5 photos

... sand blasting/exfoliation it received today!

We had a very fine dinner again this evening. The main course was fried chicken and French fries. I think my condiment of choice for fries is going to be baba ganoush from now on.

After dinner we purchased a palm leaf bowl and a camel and lamb wool bag. I am sure that I paid an outrageous amount, but he was happy and I was happy!

Some thoughts or maybe more appropriately, some questions on Siwa. ...

Desert, desert everywhere!

A travel blog entry by cyclingmo on Jan 23, 2013

5 comments, 19 photos

... set up camp for the night. The white colour is from quartz. Love my new down thermorest & sleep sheet that increases your body heat by 8 degrees! I was cozy warm all 3 desert sleeping nights, and we had an awesome time dancing and singing under the light of the desert moon with our Bedouin friends. That Salah sure loves to sing & boy, can he dance!!! The White Desert was my favourite camping spot, but the dune ...

The Egyptian Road Less Travelled

A travel blog entry by barry0fisher on Dec 18, 2010

17 photos

... in Cairo for 4 months and already seen this desert. We considered an expedition into the Great Sand Sea but with freezing temperatures overnight and her having brought few warm clothes, neither of us were overly excited. BTW, besides being a great travel companion, Frances was an excellent translator. While I would have managed alone, I certainly would have struggled, eaten less tasty dishes, and likely missed a few connections or else overpaid ...

Cycling and dominoes

A travel blog entry by ricki958 on Nov 15, 2010

1 comment, 12 photos

... dated around the 3rd Century BC. Apparently Alexander the Great visited the place and had himself named as a deity there, in 33BC.

We stopped after that at the Temple of Amun, all of which remains is a single wall with a bit of carving on it.

Then to Cleopatra’s Spring, which has nothing to do with Cleopatra but was an interesting place with a couple of coffee houses around a very deep pool, fed by a spring at ...

Siwa Oasis

A travel blog entry by irenen42 on Oct 27, 2010

3 photos

... much to the amusement of the locals, and much to the embarrassment of our tour leader :) In the evening, Hamedah, our driver that had been with us since the desert, had a surprise for us - he took us down by the lake to watch the sunset - beautiful - watching the sun gondown and the stars come out. Coming back was an adventure - how many people do you think would fit in a jeep? In our case 9 :) Back to the big smoke ...