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Hilton Ramses

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Hilton Ramses


Can anyone tell me how the breakfast is at the Hilton Ramses and what variety there is?

Also what can i do near the hilton ramses at night, which does not involve bars or clubs?

What is the hotel like and do many people use the swimming pool at the hotel?


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1. Re: Hilton Ramses

Breakfast consists of a hot & cold buffet:

Bulgar (cracked wheat) porridge), beef bacon, checken & beef sausages, various kinds of eggs (fried, scrambled, boiled, omelette bar), tomatos, breads (local aish & more "French "style), cereals, fruit, cheeses, cold cuts, Fuul, normally, ta'ameya, fresh juices (& karkarde), tea & coffee.

There's probably more items which I've simply forgotten, as it's a very extensive spread that they put on.

As for night life/evening activities, bearing in mind that I do tend to hang around in the pub, watching the football & joking with the staff, is something that I can't really advise too much on. There is a cinema, on the top floor, of the shopping annex &, if you like looking at lots of shoes & handbags, this contains another 6 floors of shops. It's a good place to buy Egyptian cotton bedding, - a lace trimmed double bed set, of duvet cover, fittted sheet & 4 pillowcases cost me roughly £40 last year. Cheaper & bettter quality than the local ASDA was selling.

If you decide to stay in the hotel, there's the Palm Court cafe, which serves tea, coffee, soft & alcholic drinks, snacks & sheeshas; which is located just off the reception area. This seems to be a popular place for people to just sit & chat whilst listening to the evening piano music (sometimes with someone singing arabic pop songs as well).

Other than that, I've simply gone for a walk along the Nile, taking in the music & illuminations from the river traffic.

I've always stayed at the hotel from May - August, & apart from a few children, never seen more than about 10 people around the pool; so plenty of loungers left over. Whilst the pool isn't huge, it's pleasant enough (looks great from your balcony when they light it up at night) & quite adequate for cooling down, when sun-bathing (not a great swimmer so I just plunge in, cool off & get back on the lounger).

There is also a covered bar area; alcohol, soft drinks & snacks, but nothing to stop you taking a drink over to your lounger; or attendants dooing this for you.

Hope this proves to be of some use.

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thanks for your response.

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