The main drawback is the main contingent of the Arabs, who look at you from all sides, like living creatures in a zoo.
Accommodation in one-story buildings, with a fully glass front wall. The rooms are spacious, with a pleasant decor, fresh renovation and decent furniture, there are no complaints about the bathroom either. Everything is clean, relatively new, without any signs of long-term use.
There is WiFi Internet throughout the territory, to enter you need to purchase a card at the reception.
Food - breakfast and dinner. Nice clean restaurant. The food is not particularly varied or fancy, but delicious. Once promised in the restaurant by the pool - very tasty.
The pool is clean and big. In the evening, fountains with multi-colored illumination are launched into it. You can have a pleasant evening in an open restaurant by the pool with live music.
Location - 10 minutes by taxi from the pyramids (I want to note that the closest hotel to the pyramids, Le Meridian, is located 5 minutes by car). We ordered a taxi at the hotel, the car took us to the pyramids, where we spent about 2 hours, then by car - to the observation deck and to the sphinx, then back to the hotel. Also on the evening show to the pyramids - a taxi brought us, waited until we watched the show - 1 hour, and then back to the hotel.
A complimentary round-trip bus runs daily from the hotel to Cairo city center and stops at a parking lot near the Cairo Museum. It runs according to the schedule - about 4 times a day from the hotel to the center and 4 times from the center to the hotel.
We really liked the hotel, we did not regret at all that we did not manage to stay nearby in Movenpick.