AddressSharia Subukha Siwa OasisSee nearby area
Lonely Planet review
This tiny, beautiful mud-brick hotel, owned by environmentalist Mounir Neamatallah, nestles in a lush palm grove about 100m from Siwa's main square. The large, extremely comfortable rooms have lots of curvacious mud-brick goodness, exposed palm beams, rock-walled bathrooms and cushioned sitting nooks. Tasteful and quiet, this is how small hotels should be.
Our independent authors have visited Shali Lodge and selected this as one of our recommended boutique hotels in Siwa Oasis.
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