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Cheap! Room was spacious, blue, and with a balcony from where you could hear the city bustle. The two of us were given a room with a double bed and two single beds. Room was kept clean, staff was helpful, and the simple breakfast kept...More
Hotel Luna was a great choice, their airport pick up, tours and attentions made our first (and not last I promise) stay in Cairo beyond amazing. Its not fancy, you get what you pay for, the included breakfast made starting our day way easier and...More
Stayed once again at the Luna hostel (5th floor). As with previous stays found the rooms and beds clean and comfortable. The staff very efficient and professional, with all 'pick-ups' and booked cars on time! When travelled south to Luxor, left (again!) a suitcase with...More
Cheapest hostel in cairo !! Great spacious dorm room with balcony overlooking talat barb street, clean bathrooms and common areas. I love the sink in the room which makes it super convenient to not to have to go to the bathroom for just hand washing...More
They were all smiles when me and my Irish friend arrived to the hostel, but then they realized we wanted also one room for our friend, who has an Egyptian passport, even not living there, raised elsewhere. The woman at the reception didn't even tell...More
Hi. I didn't notice specific vegetarian options. Its bed and breakfast and the breakfast usually has foule (fava beans), bread, boiled egg and some jam or cheese. Talet Harb Street and surrounding area has plenty of... More
Hi. I didn't notice specific vegetarian options. Its bed and breakfast and the breakfast usually has foule (fava beans), bread, boiled egg and some jam or cheese. Talet Harb Street and surrounding area has plenty of different types of fool outlets and supermarkets, so shouldn't be a problem. My favourite place to hang out and eat is Oldish Restaurant in Mohamed Mahmoud Street, near the American University of Cairo. They have a wide menu and I have eaten there with vegetarians, who seem ok with it.
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"Room 44 has is ensuite and away from the street and traffic noise"