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This is a tricky place. Bottom line is I do recomend it but it has its ups and downs. Room ok but quite dirty. Bed was clean and rather comfortable. Toilets a bit filthy but not terrible. Facilities like shower and gans oprate well. Staff...More
I stayed one week djring my trip in Siwa. The bungalow has AC, the room is basic and bathroom is okay. It was good budget option for traverler, as the location is quite center and relaxing garden, even it looks running down. Sometimes i have...More
If you are coming to Siwa and don't want to spend a lot on your accommodation this hotel offers rooms with very reasonable prices and centred in the middle of everything but don't expect much it is very basic with a beautiful garden
We chose this place from Lonely Planet quide book. Unfortunatly Its very run down, need lots of repairs from furniture to bathroom and and electricity. Its a bearable cheap option, we payed 75 LEU for double room in a bungalow.
The manager Mohamed is a...More
A nice hotel for those who travel alone and looking for the lowest prices. It just good to have a couple of nights to sleep in. A wifi service is available. Beds are fair. I have just paid 35 LE per night. I haven't faced...More
Safari trips are generally booked on arrival. Most charge by the car with the cost divided among the passengers. In summer, most hotels work together to get 'groups, of 4 to 6 for a day trip is overnight safari. Inquire at... More
Safari trips are generally booked on arrival. Most charge by the car with the cost divided among the passengers. In summer, most hotels work together to get 'groups, of 4 to 6 for a day trip is overnight safari. Inquire at your hotel on arrival. If they do not have their own group, they will often tell you who has. Most charge about the same and there is an additional cost to register with the police. I hesitate to say a price because of currency fluctuations, but all represent good value for the dollar and are a lit of fun.
Things change fast here by exchange rates, but rooms at Palm Trees are a little less than US$ 20 per night, bungalows a little more. The rate is about average for the economy hotels in Siwa that are clustered around the... More
Things change fast here by exchange rates, but rooms at Palm Trees are a little less than US$ 20 per night, bungalows a little more. The rate is about average for the economy hotels in Siwa that are clustered around the Market Square, Palm Trees, Kilany, and Youseff. The main advantage to Palm Trees is the garden.
Safari prices also vary depending on the number of people traveling together and the fee charged by the police for permission which in March was about US$20 per person. Expect to pay about the same for the safari, but prices will vary by what is included.
Basically Siwa is inexpensive. Seldom do Safaris have more than six travelers.
Another advantage of Palm Trees is that many room have just been renovated.
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"The hotel is being renovated. The duplex bungalows are bigger and set in the gardens for which the hotel is..."