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    Area recommended for:
  • business
  • sightseeing
  • restaurants
    Distance to airport:
  • Cairo International Airport (19.2 Km)
    Customer comments:
  • "Friendly staff", "Great location", "Nice hotel"
    Top attractions in the area:
  • Zamalek Center (0.5 Km / 6 min walk)
  • Egyptian Museum (2.7 Km)
  • Cairo Zoo (4.6 Km)

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Golden Tulip Flamenco Hotel Cairo

2, El Gzera El Wosat St, Zamalek Island, Cairo, Egypt (Show on map)

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Features of Golden Tulip Flamenco Hotel Cairo

Hotel Facilities

  • 24-hour room service
  • bar
  • laundry service
  • meeting facilities
  • restaurant
  • room service
  • safety deposit boxes
  • shops
  • smoking area


  • free Wi-Fi in all rooms
  • Wi-Fi in public areas

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Hotel Description
Well-placed in the business, sightseeing, restaurants area of Cairo city, Golden Tulip Flamenco Hote...see more Well-placed in the business, sightseeing, restaurants area of Cairo city, Golden Tulip Flamenco Hotel Cairo provides a most conducive spot for you to take a break from your busy days. The excitement of the city center is only 5.0 km away. No less exceptional is the hotel's easy access to the city's myriad attractions and landmarks, such as Zamalek Art Gallery, Cairo Marriott, Great Cairo Library.

Golden Tulip Flamenco Hotel Cairo offers impeccable service and all the essential amenities to invigorate travelers. The hotel offers access to a vast array of services, including free Wi-Fi in all rooms, 24-hour room service, Wi-Fi in public areas, room service, meeting facilities.

Guests can choose from 173 rooms, all of which exude an atmosphere of total peace and harmony. Besides, the hotel's host of recreational offerings ensures you have plenty to do during your stay. Golden Tulip Flamenco Hotel Cairo is a smart choice for travelers to Cairo, offering a relaxed and hassle-free stay every time.
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Mohamed R. Business travelers
Saudi Arabia, May 13, 2015
comfortable hotel

location. food. staff.
Overall good experience.
Siti S. Families with older children
Singapore, October 23, 2014
Bad service from hotel staff

The beds, the toilets and the location
When I first reached at the hotel, i was told to wait for 5 mins while they get the rooms ready. The wait ended up more than 5 mins, in fact about an hour. The reception did not have the initiative or courtesy to inform us that the wait is going to be that long. I had to chase them for updates on the readiness of the room before finally they gave us the room keys. There was no warm welcome/greetings by the staff at all throughout our stay. The service staff could have been more helpful and prompt in the tasks they undertake. I am not satisfied with the facilities and housekeeping as well. There were no kettles to boil water, tissues were not replaced when finished and there is only 1 pathetic glass available in our room. The only thing I like best about this hotel is the location. There are a lot of pharmacies around the area, cafes and even a polyclinic around the corner in case things get upset. It is in the Zamalek area by the way and not downtown. Overall, I think Zamalek is a good place to stay in Cairo. Most of the countries' embassies are located in the area. The only downside of Zamalek is that it is far out from the downtown area where the shopping area is and you will just have to brace the traffic jam en route to the downtown area. The shop owners at the lovely bazaar across the hotel helped to make our stay a lovely one. They are very nice people whom we befriended during our stay. Should you decide to stay in this hotel, do check out "The Lovely Bazaar"!
Mohamed O. Solo travelers
Saudi Arabia, September 04, 2014
old hotel nice staff

the hotel was not bad however its really old the location was nice but the area was so far from the main areas
BIJOY S. Solo travelers
India, March 29, 2014
The hotel was o.k. Nothing extraordinary.

Nothing to write about.
Was o.k.The staff looked disinterested. Archaic furnishings. T.V. reception poor inspite of repeated complaints.Same breakfast repeated every day and too few staff manning the breakfast area. I never saw anybody over the egg counter,supposed to provide cooked to style eggs. Moreover none of the dishes were ever labelled henve was difficult to distinguish between beef and chicken. So never tried the non veg items out of fear.
DENGQING L. Business travelers
China, June 05, 2013
location is good, the price is acceptable

service is ok and staff is nice, room is big
good and i will come back again
DENGQING L. Business travelers
China, June 05, 2013
hotel is good for mid-level customers

room is big, service is good
i like the hotel and i live in the hotel for 3 times, the location is very good
RAED A. Couples
Yemen, May 25, 2013
Bad stay

No thing for me
Ali A. Families with young children
Qatar, January 04, 2013
Nice hotel with nice location and view

The hotel have very nice place in alzamalek area, lovely view to the Nile , stuff were very helpful
The welcome was very nice, ask to change the room to have better view to Nile, taxis were in front of the hotel and the drivers been very supportive, nice to walk around the hotel even if it late, the hotel provide s with additional bed free of charge, Internet was available in the rooms but the connection was slow
Ainal A. Solo travelers
Malaysia, November 17, 2012
Safe location, walking distance to British Council

15 mins walk to British Council Agouza
I am glad that i chose this hotel as i was hesitated to chose between the next door hotel.i arrived at 9 am in the hotel and the front desk gave me my room even i before could be because on monday, if on weekend i might not have a chance.the room was fine, i did not expect the room to be lavish even it stated 4 stars. It was expensive due to the location as Zamalek is for rich egyptian.i booked the city view as the nile view faced non interesting part of nile, because this hotel was located at the west bank. The fancy view during night was on the hotels located on east bank and facing the downtown Cairo.Zamalek is an island, where the embassies and colleges located.i got the top room and i did really need the quiet area, less hearing the car honk.the room service was good, even during my 9nights stay they did not change the bedsheet but they never failed to provide the toiletteries and fresh towel.The breakfast was mixed western and local breakfast.there was snack bar which served local dishes at reasonable price, pharmacy, money changer and metro supermarket just next to the hotel. It was convenient. My return flight was late at night but the hotel gave me room to be used to ease myself before i left for airport.even for couple of minutes but it worth. It provided the cab service at fixed price but the taxi driver still asked for tip. I had a pleasant stay in this hotel. I was concerned about the safety, and location near British Council, and this hotel is not really suitable for people who want to experience the other life of egypt night life.
Tony E. Solo travelers
United Kingdom, October 05, 2012
Nice area, suitable for young people or groups

Alright breakfast, helpful staff and nice little pub downstairs
NIce hotel with a great balcony view quite suitable for couples and groups traveling. Though it had empty mini bar and no tea or coffee facilities with very poor wifi connectivity.

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