Amoun Hotel

Address: 32 El Nasr Street El manshia, Alexandria, 21599, 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.
 

How has this hotel rated in the past?

  What's this?
Discover trends in hotel experiences based on real traveler reviews and ratings. Mouse over circles to see what some travelers had to say.

Location

This hotel, located on 32 El Nasr Street El manshia, Alexandria, is near Stanley Bridge and Deir Mar Mina (St. Mina Monastery).
Map this hotel

Photos of Amoun Hotel

    View all photos
         

      TripAdvisor Reviews Amoun Hotel Alexandria

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
       

      Travel Blogs from Alexandria

      Saqqara, Dahshur, and Alexandria

      A travel blog entry by jonnystravels on Dec 27, 2013

      33 photos

      ... like a soldier." Apparently I have some hunching to do. I also needed to buy another train ticket after missing my first one due to being distracted by a conversation with a lady from Moldova at the hostel. Good thing the train ticket only cost $4. Surprisingly, the weather in Alexandria was warmer than Cairo. And best, in two days I only got bugged twice, and after saying no they left me alone. What a novel concept. Leaving the train station, I was miraculously left ...

      Alexandria

      A travel blog entry by petina on Feb 19, 2013

      6 photos

      ... seemed dedicated to resolving this problem by having completer front or rear ends cut off complete and stacked one on top of the other waiting for purchasers wishing to replace the front or rear of their car. After the Library we were taken to a restaurant near the sea front where we had delicious fish soup followed by lightly battered Sea Bass with chips and rice and small dishes of fish sauce and mayonnaise. Finally we were ...

      Alexandria

      A travel blog entry by mediterranean12 on Nov 18, 2012

      3 comments

      ... I thought this might be the same. But they trotted along the wooden slates laid down above a standing river and next to the large cubbyholes that held the dead. Fadwa explained in perfect English how the common people were burred here with cheep versions of mummification that didn't last as long. But still Isis stood with her protective wings covering the tombs and the Jackal god held his hands out for the dead to live again. Coptic Christians The Coptic church ...

      Visiting the pyramids

      A travel blog entry by mjt4662 on Nov 08, 2012

      5 photos

      ... the bus was a couple from Australia. Sitting in traffic on a ride that turns into 4-5 hours is easy to tolerate if you have an Aussie behind you giving play by play commentary of the traffic outside. Brad and I were in stitches with many of his comments. The highway we are on had a unique way of controlling the speed of these vehicles, every so many miles was a speed bump on steroids. Also along the road we see what turns out to be ...

      The Pyramids

      A travel blog entry by smtcan on Oct 30, 2012

      ... The sales people were quite pushy which put us off. From there we returned to the ship, arriving back at about 9:30. We were surprised how dirty Cairo was, litter was everywhere. It is a city of 22 million inhabitants, far more that I thought. It is the biggest city in Africa and the third biggest in the world. We had an enjoyable day and everything went smoothly. It was an experience to see the last remaining wonder of the ancient world, the Great Pyramid of ...