Venice Hosokawaya Map
Hotel | 4 Souk el Tawfeqia Street, 4th Floor, Down Town Cairo, Egypt 11111
3 out of 5 customers would recommend this property
Recent review (10/04/2012)
Wanda Serkowska thinks…
"Great breakfast included, different every day of the week, cute balcony to chill/eat breakfast; funky fruit market downstairs, very cheap bottled water sold at the hostel, pretty and clean bathrooms,…"Read all Venice Hosokawaya reviews
- Air Conditioning
- Car Parking
- No curfew
- Currency Exchange
- Lounge area
- Internet / Wi-Fi
- 24 hour reception
- Safety deposit
- 24 hour hot showers
- Tours/Travel Desk
- Washing machines
- Laundry service
- Room service (24 hour)
- Wake-up calls
- Internet access in public areas
- Onsite shop(s)
- Airport Pickup USD 13.00
- Luggage Room
* Our hostel does not allow non-married males and females to stay together at the same room, however, male and female dorm rooms are available. * Drinking of alcohol is not permitted anywhere on the hostel premises.
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GPS-enabled map and directions
Next, board the train toward El Marg, and then get off at Nasser Station. If you're on one of the other metro lines, you just need change to the Giza - El Marg line at either the Sadat or Mubarak metro stations. People are friendly and will point you - or walk with you - to the right metro stop.
Once in Nasser station, exit the station to the street. Then walk (AND THIS IS IMPORTANT) AWAY from the bridge. All the exits are located away from the bridge and you shouldn't go toward it or near it. Once again, WALK AWAY from the BRIDGE.
You will then walk until you reach Ourabi Street (Sharia Orabi).
Turn left on Ourabi Street.
Then walk until you run in to Tawfikia Street (Sharia Tawfikia). Turn left on Sharia Tawfikia.
Then turn left on Tawfikia Street and look to the left. You'll pass a bakery and a pizza shop and then you'll see the sign for the Hostel.
NOTE: If you run into another street you've gone too far. Simply turn around (Yes, 180 degrees) and walk back toward Tawfikia Street and look to your right.