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Al Amir Perfumes Palace

9 Abu el Houl Street, Giza, Egypt
02 3854 963
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Darkest hour in an otherwise wonderful trip

I write this review still seething from audacity of the brazen cheats that these people are. Like... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Anand G
Be Prepared to spend more than you intended!

Beautiful store, staff make you feel very welcome. We thought we were just going to do some... read more

Reviewed 13 April 2017
Miltona, Minnesota
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13 Apr 2017
“Be Prepared to spend more than you intended!”
30 Jan 2017
“Hard sell. Was it worth it?”
9 Abu el Houl Street, Giza, Egypt
02 3854 963
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I write this review still seething from audacity of the brazen cheats that these people are. Like the other reviewers on this page experienced, the 'manager' of this place pushes you hard to buy and makes tall claims of the authenticity of the product, and...More

Thank Anand G
Reviewed 13 April 2017

Beautiful store, staff make you feel very welcome. We thought we were just going to do some browsing and $150 later we left with perfumes we didn't necessarily want but felt pressured to buy. No way of knowing actual quality or grade of perfumes purchased.

Thank lavisdaura
Reviewed 30 March 2017

If you absolutely have to buy something, bargain and be prepared to walk away. They will give you the price you want because they are desperate for business. And do not let them package anything without a thoroughly inspecting, smelling and watch them wrap it...More

2  Thank Jane W
Reviewed 30 January 2017

Hard to say if it was worth it. Fun experience but who in the world knows how much you should be spending on these oils? Not like you can just find them on Amazon. After haggling back and forth - 100ml bottles ended up costing...More

2  Thank John A
Reviewed 25 September 2016 via mobile

High price for the product. Atleast 2-3 times more Perfume does not long for much time It fades away.

Thank dadagiri4u
Reviewed 22 September 2016

Was taken here as a side trip by my tour guide; at first I was a little skeptical because I did not know what to expect. From the time my group entered, we were welcomed personally by the owner and he was very hospitable to...More

Thank loconicoco
Reviewed 24 June 2016 via mobile

I was taken to this place by the tour guide I had hired from Cox and Kings. Just to look it is a good place. But don't buy anything here. The product each small bottle is usd 50 and is no good. The old man...More

1  Thank kareem21
Reviewed 27 October 2015

Our guide suggested we visited this shop after the pyramid tour and all staff there were very nice and showed us a wide range of perfumes/essential oils and explained how they are made, however having bought essential oils both here and at the Khan el...More

Thank Malin K. P
Reviewed 1 June 2015 via mobile

Our guide had organized the visit The doctor of perfumes make you a testing with many different essences ,telling you at the same time the history behind and the use At the end you can take what you liked in a glass bottle They also...More

Thank axyga x
Reviewed 2 November 2014

The main issue with this type of places is that you, as a foreigner and potentially from a higher income country, might have the acquisition power to get a small bottle of perfume for $100 but that might not be the right price - then...More

1  Thank bureado
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