Ratings based on 6 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.0 Room cleanliness
2.8 Service & staff
3.0 Room comfort
2.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by A verified traveler from Cairo
Poor quality hotelPosted Oct 11, 2011
Staff are nice and helpful but: Hotel was not in proper way to host tourists, furnitures are old and obsolete. Only one swimming pool and no green areas. The badest thing is mosquitos and Lizards every where. Finally, food quality was not ok.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Cardiff
october breakPosted Nov 5, 2009
we had a great time in this hotel! true i ts not a five star but the staff was excellent with customers, breakfast was nice and varied the pool was maintain every day and there iss entertainmant every night! It is a bit oldish looking and needs redecoration and our room had warm but not hot water! but generally it was good!
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Washington, D.C.
Can't wait to go back!Posted Nov 4, 2009
I loved this place....keep in mind it is economy...The location was great! A short walk to the beach....wow what a beach for snorkeling at Reef Beach .10 EL/day (2 USD) that you get from the reception desk. Chairs and umbrellas for free to use with admission price. Hotel gives you beach towels each day. Maria's restaurant (good food) s right there overlooking the Red Sea. You can buy snorkeling gear from the Beeshem Market. We bought it it was very cheap....haggle of course. We opted for breakfast only at hotel and ate dinner out. Breakfast was good enough. Omlets prepared on site, juices, breads, foul (beans that are common for breakfast in Egypt), Always tomatoes and cucumbers, cheese, potatoes. etc.......We always brought hand sanitizer with us to clean our hands before eating the whole time in Egypt... The room was clean....ask for another room if you aren't happy.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
You Get What You Pay ForPosted Aug 18, 2009 on Hotels.com
Service quality was not that good, with exception of pool personnel and laundry staff.
by A verified traveler from LONDON
Don't Go TherePosted Jul 8, 2008
The hotel ifself is ok it term of quality, condition, cleanliness and comfort. However, the reason why I would let people NOT to go Cleopatra tsokkos Hotel is because you are not allowed to take your now food and drink into the hotel. The staff make you leave your food and drink (including bottled water, sweets, crips and chocolate) behind the front desk. So you have to but everything for the hotel at "tourist price".
by A verified traveler from london
don't think cleopatra would have stayed here...Posted Apr 13, 2007
hmmm.... how to start. Well the swimming pool was green to the point that you couldn't see the bottom, I did not enter for fear i'd exit looking like the swampthing. It's as if the hotel was built 30-odd years ago and they've jsut decided to let it rot away. Every other hotel i saw in the area seemed considerably better looked after which might explain why there were only a handful of rather bermused guests at a 100+ capacity hotel. As you can probably ascertain i would not recommend this place to anybody... even if it is the cheapest!