Lonely Planet review
Modern, backpacker-friendly Luna offers three options: simple, slightly aged rooms with shared bath; basic private-bath rooms; and the quieter ‘Bella Luna’ rooms with thicker mattresses and soothing pastel colour combos. Regardless, the fastidious owner has provided many small comforts, such as bedside lamps and bathmats. Resident tour organiser Sam gets high marks from readers, and there’s an excellent shared kitchen.
Our independent authors have visited Luna Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Cairo.
Services & facilities
- Air conditioning
- Free Wi-Fi
- Internet access
- 24 hour reception
- 24 hour security
- Tours/travel desk
- Airport transfers
- Book exchange
- Breakfast included
Bureau de Change/ATM
- Currency exchange
- Housekeeping service
- Laundry facilities
Description provided by property
With Luna & bella Luna, get exclusive benefits: for any stay of 4 nights or more in total (consecutive or non-consecutive), Luna & Bella Luna offer a free transfer from OR to the airport (One way One time for One room) AND free Wi-Fi internet in rooms and common areas.and unlimited hotdrinks during breakfast.
More flexibility, better value for money.
Offering rooms with balconies and modern air-conditioning, Luna & Bella Luna located in central Cairo, just a 10-minutes walk away from the Egyptian Museum and from Nasser Metro station.
Luna & Bella Luna provide spacious rooms with high ceilings and private bathrooms. Bed linens and towels are provided and changed daily.
Continental breakfast is served daily and Egyptian breakfast can be prepared with advance notice. Breakfast (either option) is included in the room rate.
Drinks are served at Luna's Arabic Corner.
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