City Skyline Views: Charming, Cozy 1 bedroom 1 bathroom apartment in Agouza. Close to Tahrir Square, Egyptian Museum, Zamalek neighborhood and walking distance to British Council. 64m2 Terrace with beautiful view over the Nile and Cairo Tower. It is fully equipped with all you might need, freshly renovated.
“Khaled's EZ Residence was a true oasis for me to rest up from a whirlwind 2-week tour of Egypt. I wanted a place that was clean and quiet, with lots of light and open air. It was perfect! I was able to order in dining with Khaled's help, and even do my laundry before moving on to the next country in my travels. The outdoor balcony is huge, and all of the rooms are as light as you want them to be during the day, and as dark and cozy as you need at night. The desk guys downstairs will keep an eye on you to make sure you are okay coming and going. If I return to Cairo, I would love to stay here again.”
My appartement is located in the center of Cairo... On Manial El Rodah island. You’ll love my place because of the high ceilings, the views, the location, the people, and the ambiance. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, and business travelers.
“Momo's place in the centre of bustling Cairo was an absolutely brilliant Airbnb experience. From the initial booking right throughout, communication with Momo was both clear and concise. On check in Momo showed me around, I was immediately taken aback with the detail and decor of this apartment. I could see that a considerable amount of time and love has been put into creating this beautiful space. Had there not been so much to see and do in Cairo I would have quite easily spent my entire time relaxing here gazing out over the Nile. Momo suggested a number of itineraries for me to follow and helped to book a night cruise on the river as well as a trip to see the Step Pyramid which had just reopened in Saqqara. Although I didn't get to see everything I did manage to cover quite a bit of ground in my few days. I always like to leave one or two things undone as it gives me a reason to come back, hopefully some day I will. Cairo is both charming and chaotic in equal measure, its one of those places that assaults all of your senses and gives you a feeling of being truly alive. Got to say I loved it and some. Thank you Momo for your hospitality and for sharing your beautiful home with me. Memories to treasure.”
This room is available in a three bedroom apartment. The room has a balcony and a new air conditioner. The apartment is centrally located near many embassies, and consequently, the surroundings are safe and secured 24 hours a day. The Ministry of Culture, the Sheraton Hotel, and the Nile are also close by. Five minutes of walking will get you to the Dokki Metro Station. Taxis and Uber are also readily available 24/7 and are highly affordable. I am happy to host you!
“This is a wonderful room on the top floor of a building in a very safe area of Cairo. Traveling by myself, I never at risk in the building nor in the neighborhood. I loved that there was more than adequate storage for my things during my two-month stay. I could totally unpack, hang up my clothes and use the dresser and middle wardrobe for all my folded clothes. I had plenty of room to store my luggage away, too, which made the space feel more like home. The room was large and has a closed-in porch out the double doors, where Sarah has a table and two chairs and a drying rack. The windows open and there is a peak-a-boo view out to one of the roads surrounding the block. Since I spent a couple of months here and often need rest, I found the porch a wonderful place to sit and read, as well as eat my meals. The apartment has a full-service kitchen and a small kitchen table. The living/dining room also has a large dining table. There is one main full bathroom that serves all three guest rooms, as well as a toilet and sink in a secondary room. Sarah provided water and tea, as well as a carton of apple juice, to begin my long stay and I really appreciated having these supplies before I went to the grocery store for the first time. Water is sold by a vendor across the street from the building and a very nice grocery store is a short 3 blocks down the street. I enjoyed most of the other guests that stayed in the apartment during my two-month stay and I would return again. However, if you cannot sleep well on a firm bed, you may have trouble with Egyptian beds as they are cotton mattresses, rather than spring or foam. But for me, I adjusted and the apartment became a great base of operations for me as I traveled Egypt. Thank you, Sarah, for providing me a safe and comfortable home this spring.”