Better than expected
I can see why this used to be 5 stars. Big complex surrounding a humongous pool, resort style. Much better than other 4 stars. Like everything in Egypt right now, they could improve on cleaningness. It is really details. The bed sheets were very good. The room was ample. Furniture a little dated, but in good shape (old tv though). The breakfast was very plentiful and varied. Even the restaurant, La pagoda, has good food at surprisingly good prices (same as eating in a fast food chain outside). I would just start an education campaign with the staff to see details, like a dead mosquito here, a dirt stain in a wall, things that can be solved with more attention rather than money, or somebody with a brush and some paint, to restore the previous glory. But again, saw this in all the four stars I stayed. They need my maid --an OCD machine--, or somebody like her that can "see", and these places will be back in their glory. Overall, a good stay.
Unfriendly unprofessional staff
Unfriendly unprofessional staff that makes you feel that thwy don't want to work
Broaken air condetioner thay was nwver fixed.
Almost nothing. I will not visit the hotel again for sure
Very old rooms that needs major renovation I got food poisoning after having dinner in the hotel restaurant (the Villa) Towels on the pool are very old and most of them are dirty No chlorine used for the pool leading to very smelly water Definitely this is below 3 stars hotel although it is marked as 4 stars
With a stay at Cataract Pyramids Resort, you'll be centrally located in Giza, within a 10-minute drive of Giza Solar Boat Museum and Pyramid of Khafre. Featured amenities include wired Internet access (surcharge), a business center, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby. Planning an event in Giza? This resort has facilities measuring 7535 square feet (700 square meters), including conference space. Guests may use a roundtrip airport shuttle for a surcharge, and self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.