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Stayed with a tour group. This hotel is large and comfortable. The room extremely well fitted out, and a nice veranda to sit on and watch the traffic. Comfortable bed, good bathroom. The buffet breakfast was the best we had seen in Egypt. As a...More
We were a group of Americans on tour and stayed at this location for two nights. My room was absolutely gorgeous with a great view of the Nile and the lighted bridges and restaurants on the opposite shore. Although the previous reviews weren't complimentary of...More
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Response from Sherif A, Manager at InterContinental Cairo SemiramisResponded 3 January 2018
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.
the hotel is fine and the location next to the bridge.there was some innovation in gym and spa when i was there. the hotels is very busy.there is a casino.the room is very clean with old style and equipment except the TV. the staff very...More
What joy… glorious weather, happy, smiling faces everywhere, yummy food here. I’ve a particular affection for downtown Cairo. The eruption was a temporary wobble. Back with even more self confidence, even better hospitality and slightly more room to breathe after the tremulous trembled and fled...More
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.