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Aswan and Lake Nasser Hotels

Paradise Hotel

  • 373 Shar‘a Saad Zaghloul

Pros

  • In the heart of the vibrant souk
  • Little vehicular traffic noise

Cons

  • Street noise can be an issue in rooms on lower floors, and there is some background train noise
  • Some rooms are dimly lit by light shafts
  • Some rooms have colored glass in the windows
  • Elevator has no inner door

Updated 12/31/1969

Fodor's Review

Set on pedestrian-only Saad Zaghloul, this is a clean budget hotel with fixtures and fittings in good condition, though high-wear areas such as baseboards, door frames, and keyholes are rough around the edges. Rooms vary in size, but even the triple-bed rooms are spacious; tile floors are tidy. Bathrooms have modern shower/tub combos and are freshly painted. The expansive rooftop terrace holds one of the hotel's three restaurants, but there's no pool—though the owner

has an agreement with a nearby hotel where you can take a dip. There's no bar, either, but you're allowed to bring in your own supplies.

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Hotel Information

Address:

373 Shar‘a Saad Zaghloul, , 50 yards from the train station, Aswan, Egypt

Phone:

097-232–9690

Hotel Details:

  • No credit cards
  • 60 rooms
  • Breakfast

Updated 12/31/1969

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