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The presidential suite was marvellous the service and food varieties is excellent the staff is very cooperative the Nile view is fantastic, really excellent in everything hope to stay again in this lovely hotel.
I wanted to give a shout out to the intercontinental Semiramis hotel for great breakfast service everyday. As an extended stay guest, the staff knew what I wanted every morning and made sure everything was good. The best employees working breakfast were definitely hostess Sheema...More
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Response from Sherif A, Manager at InterContinental Cairo SemiramisResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you so much for your review of our hotel. I am pleased to hear you enjoyed your stay with us. It's something our staff takes great pride in, so we value your feedback. We hope you will visit us again.
My family and I, spent ten days at this hotel. We must admit, it's probably the best five star hotel in Cairo.
The food the service and the staff are all wonderful.
I recommend this place for anyone visiting Cairo.
Excellent service and good verity of food selection. Also good wine and happy hour services. Mr. Ashraf and Mr Hassan the waiters are really working hard to satisfy there clients. I gave them 10 out of 10 with a full satisfaction.
Nothing changes .... all is good and as good as always.... The wonderful Nile views in this hotel,,,, the friendly team and the spacious rooms are always there as expected.... I enjoyed being there again for my 7th time this year
Response from George_B670 | Reviewed this property |
I believe Sadat Station is the main Metro station right in Tahrir Square at the beginning of Talaat Harb Street. True, there is a lot of construction going on in that area, although it should take between 10 and 15 minutes... More
I believe Sadat Station is the main Metro station right in Tahrir Square at the beginning of Talaat Harb Street. True, there is a lot of construction going on in that area, although it should take between 10 and 15 minutes to walk there from Semiramis, maybe a bit less if you walk at a brisk pace. I have used Sadat Station many times and assure you that getting there is easier than it sounds. Just be careful walking in traffic and crossing main streets.