The Maadi Hotel is situated close to the historic River Nile in Cairo's Fashionable suburb of Maadi where the highest concentration of American and European communities resides. The hotel is 15 minutes drive from down town Cairo and about 30 minutes drive from Cairo International Airport.The hotel offers ... More
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The Maadi Hotel is situated close to the historic River Nile in Cairo's Fashionable suburb of Maadi where the highest concentration of American and European communities resides. The hotel is 15 minutes drive from down town Cairo and about 30 minutes drive from Cairo International Airport.The hotel offers services and amenities that include laundry and dry-cleaning service, long distances call service, high speed Internet connection, pastry shop, public areas lobby, fitness center, restaurant, roof top swimming pool, garden terrace, sauna, conference rooms, banqueting and meeting facilities, and house doctor always on call.The guest rooms have an exquisite view of the Nile. All rooms and suites are elegantly furnished with private bath, radio, color TV, video program, telephone, mini refrigerator, and central air conditioning.
Cons: They say its rated as a 4 star by the Egyptian Tourist Board. In my opinion the guy who gave the ratings must be living in the slums of cairo. Compared to the slums of cairo it is a 2 star. And I have been to the slums of cairo many times. Cockroaches in the dining room, breakfast old and stale, waiters sneezing on food. No salt or pepper on table, Orange juice stale, salad bar 2 days old. Stinky rooms, noise all the time, evevators not working, no internet (have to pay for it, and extremly slow connection when you buy it), the front desk trying to zip guests at check out, smoking everywhere, TV 20 years old, broken remote with dead batteries. Bed sheets and blankets never changed, broken furniture as old as the pyramids, air condition vents dirty, carpets in the hallways stinks, missing lights in hallways, terrible old and stale food.
Pros: close to other good hotels. I made the switch.
I disliked the cold reception we received at the hotel. They only talk to when necessary, no smiles and sometimes ignore you. The dining room was filthy, the breakfast was poorly prepared considering this to be a 4 star hotel. Waiters never talk to you at all, very unfriendly. the hotel had a sickening smell i.e in the lifts, corridors and bathrooms as well.
We could not use the pool because it was very dirty.
Overall: the hotel should be 2-star and not 4-star status.
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