We recently spent a few days at the Movenpick as our home base for visiting Abu Simbel and starting a Nile River cruise. We stayed in the new hotel which was modern and comfortable. We definitely enjoyed being removed from the chaos of the city....เพิ่มเติม
On behalf of Plans team I would like to thank the hotel for the great efforts and the wonderful stay for our clients. They were really very happy really enjoyed their stay.
I would personally thank Mr. Khaled Abolfath Director of sales and marketing for...เพิ่มเติม
We really enjoyed our stay at Movenpick. ** We stayed in the newer part of the hotel.** We were upgraded due to the amount of available rooms. The room was cleaned to perfection each day. We had a beautiful pool side view. Breakfast was extensive...เพิ่มเติม
Our junior suite was very comfortable, clean, peaceful and with magnificent views.
We only spent an afternoon and night at the hotel - it deserved a longer stay. The views, setting, tranquility were all most welcome and demanded at least a couple of nights.เพิ่มเติม
This hotel was great all round. It's on an island so amazing views of the Nile and scenery from almost any place on the grounds. The rooms are medium sized and very nice as well as newly furbished, most importantly very clean. The WiFi is...เพิ่มเติม
HI, Can you please tell me whether I can pay for all my meals, drinks and incidentals with Egyptian Pounds or do they only accept US Dollars, Euros etc?
I have paid already for the accommodation in USD which is fine.
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I paid in egyptian pounds while I was there as I went along. There are ATMs everywhere, as well as banks, so money is easy to convert if you prefer to carry cash. You should tip your server in egyptian pounds. Biggest... เพิ่มเติม
I paid in egyptian pounds while I was there as I went along. There are ATMs everywhere, as well as banks, so money is easy to convert if you prefer to carry cash. You should tip your server in egyptian pounds. Biggest issue is smaller notes, since the ATM's disburse larger ones, but the banks will break them down. Pay with larger notes if you can and then keep the smaller ones for tipping. There is an ATM on site at the hotel. The hotel takes Visa and most of the hotels in Egypt will allow you to charge your meals/drinks to your room. E-mail them directly to verify if they allow you to charge it to the room, then you can pay with a credit card when you check out. I was there in May and it is a very nice hotel. If you eat out, the Nubian Restaurant, also known as the Dokka restaurant, has good food. You need to take a water taxi to it.
Hi, Are the pools heated in winter?? and is there a gym facility?