Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 48
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by loka123 great experience
i had the best couple of days there .
every thing was just great . everyone greets you with a smile where ever you go . very polite and co-operating staff .
the view is WOW , very pleased to be a guest at your hotel and definitely would like to repeat it :)
13 November 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by yyyyyyyyyy disgraceful
Although my room was fully paid on a company AMEX I was refused exit from this hotel by an arrogant, impudent member of staff. I was held against my will for 40 minutes while the staff tried to find my details. I was eventually allowed to leave the hotel after they realized they had made a huge mistake. I almost missed my flight and can confidently say that I will never use this hotel again. I have contacted other people from my business network and convinced them that this hotel should not be used. Any hotel that detains people against their will should not be trusted.
11 November 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by elnahalw Stil the best
Due to the location near to Tahrir square and due to the current situation in Egypt I was expecting a very bad experience with a hardly functioning hotel.
But no.... it it still the Semiramis Intercontinental with all it has to offer
17 October 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MAbdelfattah Awesome experience
The room was clean, the service was great, the reception staff was also great, however the limo driver was not professional at all.
06 October 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Ahmed712 very nice experience
i stayed one night on the 25th floor amazing view , beautiful and clean room i took my dinner at the italian restaurant the food was great and tasty and the open buffet breakfast was excellent and has a lot of varieties.
overall it was very nice experience and i will repeat it soon
i would like to thanks all the staff starting from the parking men to the top management i felt that really love the place
24 September 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Tamrayes Catching up after the unrest
The hotel and staff were great as usual. at the first night i was sad that my favourite restaurant "The grill" was closed at that thursday night because not enough reservations, but we had a pleasant dinner at the fully booked "bird cage" Thai restaurant.
Drinking my tea on the nile after the beginning of the curfew was a great calming experience of no noisy traffic in that such never sleeps spot.
The breakfast was great and busy. We had our favourite carrot juice over and over again.
My issues with this stay are:
There was no plain green tea in most of the restaurant and they have to search in other restaurant to find it, and they succeed in the two instances i ordered green tea.
THe duvet cover smells plastic, this irritated me.
At my non smoking floor, smoke fumes fills the corridor.
Other than that, every thing was just great.
23 September 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 2luxurytravellers An excellent night away and great value !
Highly impressed with staff in ALL areas of hotel, friendly, helpful, knowledgeable - i was quietly not looking forward to the breakfast buffet but was delighted at the quality and freshness, the variety and the dining comfort - possibly one of the best breakfasts i have experienced in the last 3 years of hotel living - room amenities were also very good and the lemon verbena is wonderful !! Chef Sommai at Birdcage took great care of us and the service and waiting staff were irreproachable - we had a superb dinner and the whole experience was what good memories are made of, we will be returning !! keep up the good work
23 September 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Torkel Great hotel!
We had a great stay at the hotel! The room was wonderful, spacious and in great condition. Big plus for the huge balcony and the beds. The staff are friendly and helpful and speak excellent English. View from the hotel room is fantastic. Another good thing about the hotel is the outdoor pool area. It is very comfortable and surprisingly big considering the hotel's location in the middle of the city.
One thing that could be improved would be Wi-Fi in the rooms, as it is now only available in the lobby and restaurants. It is also very hard to get change in Cairo, and you quickly run out of small bills. The concierge didn't always have change which is understandable, but it would be great if the hotel could offer this to visitors.
02 August 2013