It's getting worse day by day... It used to be one of the nice places in cairo superb... Now it's just a scam... I can't describe how dirty the place is now... the staff is getting horrible... not to mention the food that you are obligated to get & seriously I never saw such a bad food in my life... add to the green watered pool... what a shame on the owner... the new owner bought the place few years ago & its getting worse day by day... please don't go
I call in the morning for a day use so we agree on 300 eg per person. When I arrive I discovered that the pool I was coming for is totally inoperable. With a little bit of respect for their client they could have warned me on the phone before I pay 100 eg for Uber. I took my money back and left the place disgusted.
Our Gate 1 tour to Memphis and Sakkara included lunch at the Sakkara Palm Club. An outdoor buffet and tables were waiting for us when we arrived; lovely poolside setting, and lunch was good. Clean restrooms too. The palm trees are beautiful! It was a convenient stop while touring Memphis and Sakkara.
Some of the worst service I've seen at what is supposed to be an "established" club. The workers and business here is a scam. Maybe it's great if you are a local or look like you are from the area. Went here for lunch as a part of a tour group. The staff here clearly told us everything they were offering was included. But then afterwards, they forced us to pay for most of the items since they weren't covered. After spending a morning at the Giza Pyramids, I can confidently say that the rude staff here were bigger scammers that prey on tourists much more than anyone else we encountered that day. If you see this place on your tour itinerary, run away!
Ok this place could use an upgrade as an umbrella almost fell on me. But that being said the pool is very nice. Change rooms are clean again an upgrade would help. The food at the restaurant was very good. The bar prices are fair and you have a selection. The best part was the ATV tour of the saqqara pyramids. All in all an oasis in the city that could use a facelift.
The horses are literally left to starve, it is disgusting abuse, please do not stay here. If you have to stay here then berate the owners for their obvious neglect. These horses are dying, please do something!
This club has a history of animals abuse, particularly their horses. A lot of tour groups come through here and it's been a fun stop. But this is unacceptable. These photos date from August 2019. It has actually even been worse.
I used to like this place but today I was totally shocked: - obviously poor kids with ragged clothes working there, fixing your sunshade etc. - green, mouldy water with hair swimming in it and loads of sand and whatsoever on the floor - rundown, shabby toilets and showers - dirty, rubbish-strewn lunch area - malnutrition‚ starving horses in very bad condition!! Not enjoyable at all!! Don’t go there and don’t support the exploitation of children and the abuse of beautiful Arab horses!
I go to this place since 9 yrs, first time to visit it this summer, I can't belive the bad condition and filthy cleanliness. Pool is green, the other pool is like a pond, uncovered wires in greenery areas, staff look unhappy, umbrellas broken, tables discolored, sunbeds need to be changed, sharp edges in pool, no life guards to control inadequate dangerous dives, food & beverage quality not good... how pity :'( NB: all and above, price for cabanas and pool usage increased.
The place is definitely very different that any other hotel in Cairo. It looks like a resort with a breathtaking view of the desert. But there are some serious comments that I can’t ignore. 1- Cleanliness and hygiene. There are three pools but only one can be used because other two are abandoned, full of leaves, dust and who knows what else. Look like they haven’t been cleaned for years. Disgusting. The main pool is beautiful but also lacks cleanliness. The water is not clear and the wall tiles are sticky and green. You don’t wanna touch that! In the pool bar the waiters don’t bother to remove empty glasses. Around 2pm we drank a glass of wine and at 4 pm the wine glass was still there as well as an empty bottle left by the guests. 2- pool bar menu. First of all don’t expect to see the menu, it doesn’t exist! We asked a waiter to bring it but it took him 3 seconds to list all items they have: Cola, Sprite, lemon juice, tea, coffee and red wine. Clearly you don’t need a menu for this variety. 3- underage staff. At the pool instead of a beach boy you will find two boys without proper uniform, age of 14, who can’t handle heavy umbrellas. Looks wild to me. 4- horses. Half of the horses are good and fat (privately owned) and the other half is starving. There are at least 10 horses in a severe condition which is unacceptable. All horses are Arabian but they look very miserable. I work with horses and I know that look. The territory is green and beautiful however the place looks abandoned.…