A luxurious choice for business or leisure travellers, the Helnan Dream Land Hotel is located within the self-sustained community of Dreamland in 6th of October City, only 8 km from the Pyramids of Giza and 30 km from Cairo city centre. The hotel features a harmonious blend of traditional architecture and contemporary design overlooking the pool and Dream Park, one of the largest amusement parks in Egypt and the Middle East. Take a dip in one of the largest swimming pools in the area, the Lotus Pool, which also includes a children’s pool and a hot tub, both of which are heated during the cooler seasons. The pool bar offers a tempting selection of snacks, drinks, freshly squeezed juices and ice cream. The Waterfall swimming pool includes a hot tub and children’s pool, and is surrounded by cabanas for those seeking a quiet and relaxing time in the sun.
hotel is too far from city center and it is quite for new married persons
there are no any shopping center around
the hotel staff was very helpful. shuttle to and from was convenient and the hotel "limo" sevice showed us around Cairo and the pyramids with no hassle. the pool areas were beautiful and the dining room was open 24 hours so after our flight delay we were still able to get something for dinner.
this didn't affect our stay, but the hotel is not close to downtown so if you are wanting to wander around Cairo this hotel may not be the best location.
the mayskitoes in the room and also room has no ( boiler, coffee, tea, sugar, table for eating, mini bar )
Excellent rooms, room service, hotel staff very helpful
1. The limousine / taxi service was annoying and expensive. The hotel is located away from normal streets / local taxis and I feel the limousine service use this to their advantage. I needed to negotiate prices with the taxi service staff every time which ended up costing close to as much as the hotel !! 2. Cleaning staff came too early to clean the room.
good room service, large , clean and modern rooms
too far to downtown, staff always trying to make money avoiding taxis and proposing expensive limos, only one way to reach Cairo