Cataract Pyramids Resort
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Cataract Pyramids Resort

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Cataract Pyramids Resort has a unique location, beautiful panorama of the great Pyramids, surrounded with farms and green grace peaceful. Superbly located within peaceful, quiet and pollution free farmland. The resort has been built with a low-rise building spreading over almost 11 hectares of the landscaped gardens; keeping with the local architecture and landscape with a promenade boarded by enormous hundred year old palms that connect the two extremes of the complex, and unfolds more than 20 garden acres. The resort, Applying 4 star standard hotel, is located on the road to Sakkara towards the oldest made structure - The step Pyramids of Sakkara. The Great Pyramids of Giza are a 10-minute drive.
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Banquet room
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Breakfast buffet
Poolside bar
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4.5 of 5 stars
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Ray Z wrote a review Jan 2020
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Our room did not look like the images online. The furniture was old, bed sheets had rips in them and dark stains. TV looked like a brick. Curtains were old, dated, too thin to actually have a purpose.

The bathroom was the worst part. It was rusty, when I flushed the toilet actual black liquid came out. I had to clean the shower before using it.

No wifi in rooms, only in reception and even then was awful. Loud parties until midnight within the resort.

Hotel is also in the middle of nowhere. Not a very nice area.

Only good thing I have to say is that the Pool was clean, and food was decent - and the whole stay was very cheap.
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Date of stay: September 2019
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
1.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
Room Tip: If you pay more for a better room, I'm sure your experience will be more pleasant.
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Ahmed K wrote a review Jan 2020
2.0 of 5 bubbles
During spending a night at a hotel #cataract_pyramids# in a room no. 126, the advantage are nice pool 🏊🏻 for swimming and nice view with the nature ‘trees, flowers 💐 and clear weather ‘. Also the room is wide, clean and has a clearly lighting. But the Disadvantage are the furnitures of the room was wasted and ruined like the Cupboard door 🚪 is broken, tv 📺 is very old and not working and The balcony door is broken too 😥. The accessories 🚿🚰🛁 in a WC 🚽 are very old. No welcome 🙏 at all in reception or restaurant 😏..
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Date of stay: January 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Curiosity26816 wrote a review Dec 2005
UK
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We have stayed in this hotel for 1 week over Christmas from 21 to 28 December 2005 and with breakfast only. Before you know our verdict on this hotel you need to know a little bit about us first, so you know the reasons. We are a family of 2 adults and 2 children, both boys, at 13 and 10 year old. We are British Muslims and with Arabic origin (but not Egyptian) so the language was not a barrier to us (except for the children). Our children are not yet at an age where they could enjoy staying in a museum for hours or spend a long time touring ancient ruins or an old mosque. So we had to split the holiday one day for the children and another for us. To be honest, Cairo is not a city for our children ages. Apart from seeing the Pyramids there is only Dream Land Park (designed for English-speaking visitors) and Magic Land Park (design for Arabic speaking visitors) near 6 October City (outside Cairo but not far from hotel) for kids to play. Remember tourists in Egypt are treated like kings but also seen as targets for milking them out of their money. Remember that if you get in any kind trouble just tell them that you will report them to the Security Officer in the hotel and they will be too scared to do anything to you. We visited several North African countries but Egyptians seem to be the most who are aware that what you are paying them in tips (Baksheesh) is peanuts to westerners. Therefore they will always ask for a tip. The problem is you have to allow for 10% of your pocket money for tips. Initially we thought we chose the wrong hotel because it is far away from Central Cairo and nearer to the Pyramids. The first thing you must do is tell the bell boy to go away and ask him not to enter your room when you arrive. He will want to sell you trips and arrange taxis with his commissions secured. Because of the distance and location of the hotel, you are at the mercy of Cairo taxi drivers to take you from the hotel to anywhere. There are two types of taxis in Cairo. The upmarket ones called Limousine (no meter) which you can get from your hotel and also the normal taxis (black with white wings) which have meters but don’t work!. Limousines are expensive, 125 LE (Egyptian Pounds) for 3 hours, 50 LE to take you to pyramids and back, 50 LE to take you to Central Cairo, 110 LE to take you to airport and 350 LE for all day. 1 American $ is equal 6 Egyptian Pounds and 1 British £ is equal to 10 Egyptian Pounds approximately. Normal Taxis on the other hand are cheaper. They park opposite the hotel when you get out of the hotel and turn left. However they will try to get most out of you so you must agree the price before hand. They are also rough and some cars are very old indeed. Therefore you must be firm and tough and make sure you see the car, inspect it and agree price before you get in. If you see an old car then just say frankly you don’t like this car. I managed to get normal taxis to Pyramids for 3 hours and back for 40 LE, to Central Cairo for 30 LE and to 6 October City for 30 LE and for all day for 150 LE but I tipped him another 50 LE because he was good. They will try every trick in the book to make you give up the change as a tip. Therefore the best thing is always make sure you have plenty of change. Always have the exact amount of money of what you agreed with he taxi driver with you otherwise he will pretend he has no change when you arrive. Also if you ask him to go to out of the way places he will start to moan about him coming back empty hinting to you that he wants more money so tell him in advance that you will have none of this. Remember also that all taxis will take you to certain shops and places because they have commissions from them and will get upset if you choose another one. So tell them frankly and tell them you know this fact very well. By the way the best way to get rid of any persistent seller in Cairo is to tell him that you don’t like the product he is selling. He will have no answer to this one. If you start bartering then you will never get rid of him.

In the end we thought the choice of the hotel was the best. Although we felt secure, Cairo was too congested and the traffic was too chaotic for us and we found going out stressful at times. The hotel has reasonable standards and reasonably clean, and I would compare it to a 4 star hotel in Tunisia or 3 star hotel in Spain or Portugal. However I can see it being pretty full in the summer as there is only one billiard table, one squash court and one tennis court. You will have to pay 10 LE for half hour billiards, 15 LE for half hour squash and 25 LE for Jacuzzi all day. Take your own tennis rackets if you have them. However a word of advice. The hotel consists of several block of 2 storey height. There is no lift but climbing 2 levels is not too big a problem if you are able. Internet access is a big problem in Egypt. The hotel internet café charges 75 LE per half hours broadband which I though is ridiculous. However I could not find a decent internet café elsewhere. I did not bring my laptop so not sure about connection in the room but advise to ask before you go and find out the costs in full. Breakfast was OK and most things you would expect are there. Hotel staff are friendly and helpful. There is also the problem with mosquitoes, and tough ones too!. The hotel is surrounded by a farming area and this is a problem. The hotel will give you spray can and plug-in things to ward off the mosquitoes. The hotel also spray within its ground every now and then. This is by the way a problem everywhere in Cairo but more in the area of this hotel. We did not find this to be a big problem. Also when we went Cairo was very cold actually. The heating in the room was not so good although they kept telling us to switch on the air conditioning for heating. All we got was cold air!.

In conclusion, if you are like us then this hotel is OK for Cairo in warmer weather. I could not find major faults in this hotel and would recommend it for others if they can tolerate certain things. However I will not be visiting Cairo for sometime and this is not the fault of the hotel. If you are going there then go for it!
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Date of stay: December 2005
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
2.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Silvia K wrote a review Feb 2020
Kalamazoo, Michigan
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Just don’t. If you are thinking about staying here and you want to feel unsafe and be sleeping in a room with mold, broken toilet, hard beds, dirty walls and just overall hole! This is it. My husband and i have stayed at really cheap hotels in very poor countries but this tops it. We booked 4 nights and left after we spent the first night here. It was terrible terrible terrible! Do not stay here you will regret it. This is a 1 star hotel in Egypt so do the math
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Kickles wrote a review Aug 2006
Kenilworth
5.0 of 5 bubbles
The thing that you have to remember about this resort is that it is a 5* hotel in Africa. The five star rooms in Africa do not match up to the five star rooms in Europe but this is still one of the best hotels you can stay in, in Cairo.

The rooms are basic, with a bed, a simple bathroom, balcony, desk, TV, chest of draws and mini-fridge (which didn't actually work in our room!). At first I thought that the basic layout of the room would be a problem. However, after being in Egypt for one day, I realised that in such a beautiful country, I wouldn't be spending much time in my room anyway. It proved a perfect base which we ended up using only as a place to sleep and get changed! The fact that our mini-fridge didn't work wasn't a problem. The 24-hour room service is fast, friendly and delivered ice cold drinks to our room any time of the day or night.

There was some confusion when ordering food and drinks around the hotel as the staff's knowledge of English is minimal. However, the staff do understand all of the key words (such as beer and sandwich) and are always apologetic and polite when they do not understand your request first time.

The pool at the hotel is stunning. Going in March meant that each day there were only ever about ten people around the pool, which meant that you could relax completely. The pool is attended to by two or three people at any one time. They will also put out towels on sunbeds for you, so thee's no need to get the ones from your room dirty or wet. (And the towels that they provide are very clean!) The pool itself is always kept clean as well, far more than any pool I have ever been in before in any country.

We made the decision not to book excursions and to go and see the sights on our own using local taxis. This is NOT for the faint hearted. The roads are chaos and for the most part they tend to keep excursion buses off the 'locals' roads. However, if you choose to take a taxi, you will be caught up in the hustle and bustle of the 'locals' roads. Although it is somewhat of a white-knuckle experience, the drivers are very skilled (they have to be) and there is a distinct lack of accidents, so we were told by several locals.

If you do decide not to take excursions, make sure that you agree a price with the driver at the start of the day. You can usually get a taxi for the whole day, to take you anywhere for around 15-20 Egyptian pounds. If you do take taxis, make sure that you stipulate that you want to go to the TOURIST entrance of every attraction. Taxi drivers will take you to their brothers or cousins, who will then get you into the pyramids on horse or camel-back for ten times the price you would pay at the tourist entrance. Make sure you tell the driver that ou only want to go in with the tourist and if they do try and talk you into a camel ride or another tourist trap, tell them NO, in no uncertain terms.

Around the pyramids, there are lots of poor local men trying to sell their goods to generous tourists. Make sure you tell all of these men NO! Once one man sees you buyig something, they will all swarm you trying to sell you cheap trinkets. Women (especially, like me, those of the blonde variety) be prepared for men to try and buy you several times over. There are also men who will make rude comments at you, try and touch you and take photographs of you. Again, tell all of these men NO and walk away. There are lots of antiquities police on horseback around the pyramids area and they always come and assisst if they see you are being harrassed. The best thing to do, is ignore the men and stick to the area where there are the most tourists.

Despite its slightly stressful edge, the pyramids and sphinx is simply a breath taking experience. The pyramids are much larger than you can imagine them to be from any book, and strangely enough, the sphinx is much smaller! They are both amazing, once in a lifetime experiences, and well worth the stress of men trying to exchange you for camels!!

The Cairo museum is another must-see place. The small grounds are dotted with large statues from many years ago and are well maintained. Inside the museum, it is absolutely packed to the rafters with ancient monuments, artifacts, tombs, boats, jewellery... A definite MUST MUST MUST-see (more so than Tutankhamun's room) is the mummies room on the first floor of the museum. Inside the darkened, temperature controlled vault are the mummified bodies of nine Egyptian pharoes. I can't put into words the atmosphere inside the room. Coming into contact with ancient men of such wealth and power who comanded such an incredible empire is simply mind-blowing. This room is definatly worth the extra few pounds to go inside!

Thank you for taking the time to read my review... I hope you have found it of use and I hope you enjoy your time in Egypt!
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Date of stay: March 2006
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesCheck-in / front desk
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesBusiness service (e.g., internet access)
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Sandra Marshall wrote a review Oct 2005
London, United Kingdom
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Stayed at this hotel for 8 nights,(2 women and a child)The first night when we woke in the morning we found our room completely flooded, Housekeeping immediately cleared the water from the room it was so bad it took about 1 hour. No compensation was offered for the ruined books, trainers that could not be used for days or wet suitcases. We were constantly harrassed by the hotel supervising bell boy to buy overpriced trips, he even wanted to come to our room to discuss our travel arrangements. We could not walk pass him without him asking when we were going to book with him. We did book our trip to the pyramids through him we paid 100 egytian pounds for their driver to take us and were told we not have to pay anything else. We were dropped off and placed on horses and told we would have to pay a further £100 sterling for this, we negotiated it down to £60.00 our driver was not in sight. However we did enjoy this but it was not what the hotel lead us to believe would happen. After this experience we found ourselves a very good taxi driver call Asiff who took as everywhere we wanted to go (he is stationed just to the left of the hotel) we paid him what we felt was reasonable and he was always pleased and happy with what we gave him. He really looked after us. However the doorman no longer spoke to us as he was not getting his commission for arranging the taxi. We found there was no entertainment, they could not even provide a ball for the child to use in the pool. We went to play tennis and could not use the courts because they were going to have a 5 aside football comp, they being the staff. there was no table tennis or darts or garden chess all as advertised. I thought I would treat myself to a pedicure, manicure and a hairdo - no staff available to do this for the whole week. All the restaurants had the same menu, the service around the pool was so slow, it would not be unusual to wait 20 minutes for a drink. The rooms are clean but quite shabby the childs bed was a wooden board with a very thin mattress, a sun bed would have been more comfortable.
On the positive side the pool was very clean. I have stayed in many hotels but how this one has a 5 star rating I will never know.
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Date of stay: October 2005
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
2.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Trail26475 wrote a review Dec 2005
Potomac, MD
3.0 of 5 bubbles
We (2 adults + 1 child) stayed there for 5 nights on vacation. I agree with another reviewer, I also cannot believe it’s a 5-star. The room looked somewhat shabby and all amenities (Jacuzzi, sauna, etc.) cost extra (10 Egyptian Pounds per person per day for each item) and they didn’t even look clean. The location is not very ideal; it’s about 20 minutes from the Pyramids and 35 minutes from Cairo. There is absolutely nothing outside-nearby the hotel (no shops, nor restaurants) so you are stuck with the hotel unless you want to grab a taxi every time you go out. The hotel cabs are relatively expensive since it’s supposedly a 5-star hotel, and since there is nothing else nearby you don’t have much choice but use those cabs/taxis. We were also harassed by the hotel supervising bell boy to buy overpriced trip and every time we tried to get a taxi – that was quite annoying.

The hotel has a known mosquito problem as there was this “Raid Mosquito Killer electric plug-in” sitting right in the room, unfortunately it was ineffective as all three of us got bitten every night and couldn’t sleep well. We couldn’t wait to leave after just 2 nights unfortunately we had already paid for 5 nights.

The outdoor pool looked nice. You get a full breakfast buffet with your room – it’s not very tasty but not too bad either. We had dinners and lunches at two different hotel restaurants and they weren’t good.
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Date of stay: December 2005
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
2.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
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perugirl wrote a review Oct 2005
Adelaide
4.0 of 5 bubbles
This is a great resort that is a welcome refuge from the chaos of downtown Cairo. Situated out of town, but not far, a cab will cost 10Egy pounds from downtown. Pool is great, service excellent. Breakfast was well laid out, cable worked a treat. Bathroom was a bit shabby, but quite frankly I didn't notice this too much. Compared with other hotels in the area, this is a great place, value for money, stay here if you can ! If you want a good cab driver ask for Jamahl on the taxi rank outside to the left of the hotel. He stayed with us all day driving whereever we wanted for about 100-150 egy pounds. He was courteous and ultra reliable. Don't get a taxi from the doorman as he takes 50% comission, you will be paying too much. Go to the taxi rank directly yourself, despite the rantings of the doorman not to do so. Book a room through the internet otherwise you will be paying double over the desk or from an agent. I found good cheaper sites to be Alpharooms and Octopus US :>
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Date of stay: October 2005
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
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SM2Rattler wrote a review May 2006
U.K.
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Although they try really hard the staff's incredibly positive attitude and willingness to help can't compensate for the terrible food and the swarms of mosquitoes that infest this hotel as soon as the sun starts to fade.

Tell any of the locals that you are staying at the Cataract and expect to be asked "do you like mosquitoes?"

Honestly, you can do better, much better.
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Date of stay: April 2006
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BabsSC wrote a review Apr 2006
Santa Cruz, California
2.0 of 5 bubbles
How come nobody has mentioned the view from the third floor lobby? At sunset, the view is incredible. I think everyone is just worried about the mosquitos, and they are definitely present at this hotel. But, it is next to a canal. Go figure.

We enjoyed our stay, which was part of a two week Eclipse tour. I've stayed in cleaner rooms, yes, but the dirt was on the tile floor. Wear slippers!

After an 18 hour flight from the US, this hotel was a site for sore eyes. The pool is gorgeous. The buffets at breakfast are wonderful! Rooms a little small, but I felt quaint. It is not a 5 star, but that's not what I came to Egypt for.

Giza is outside of Cairo, but you are close to Sakkara and Memphis.

When we travel outside the US, I remember where I am at and expect the accomodations to fit that mold.

The Cataract was great, for us!

Smile, you are in Egypt!
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Date of stay: April 2006
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
2.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Answer from Szakfe
Budapest, Hungary77 contributions36 helpful votes
Hello, We had an organized tour, so we have had a pick-up at the airport. The hotel is about 40-50 minutes from the airport. You can also take a taxi, or send a mail to the hotel, probably they have a trasfer for you. Or ask it from your travel agent. If you want a room that faces to the terrace, it will be very noisy, it does not metter which room number. The quiet rooms are in the main building. Book it at the reception in advance. Enjoy Cairo!
Ray Z wrote a tip Jan 2020
1 contribution
2.0 of 5 bubbles
"If you pay more for a better room, I'm sure your experience will be more pleasant."
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Margarita S wrote a tip May 2019
Boston, Massachusetts46 contributions7 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"Do NOT stay at this hotel"
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Adam R wrote a tip May 2019
7 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
"lot of mosquitoes especially when you turn the light of"
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Payangan 1969 wrote a tip May 2019
Brisbane, Australia2,284 contributions251 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"away from the pool to avoid noise from events"
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JekoADCJ wrote a tip Sept 2018
Cairo, Egypt2 contributions8 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"No room in this dirty place will fit you"
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Frequently Asked Questions about Cataract Pyramids Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Cataract Pyramids Resort?
Nearby attractions include Golden Bird Bazaar (3.7 km), Topaz Bazaar (3.5 km), and Khafre's Pyramid (4.7 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Cataract Pyramids Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Cataract Pyramids Resort?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and a poolside bar during their stay.
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Conveniently located restaurants include Scores Sports Bar & Restaurant, Solis, and The View Restaurant.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Cataract Pyramids Resort?
Yes, guests have access to a pool and a sauna during their stay.
Does Cataract Pyramids Resort have airport transportation?
Yes, Cataract Pyramids Resort offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
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Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Does Cataract Pyramids Resort offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers meeting rooms, a banquet room, and conference facilities.
Are there any historical sites close to Cataract Pyramids Resort?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Khafre's Pyramid (4.7 km), Great Sphinx (4.0 km), and Pyramids of Giza (4.5 km).
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