Sunday, June 9, 2013

Egypt Hotels

Decided to travel to Egypt, then it is important for you to know where to go and when to make your hotel reservation. The peak tourist season in Egypt is from mid October to May and which is recommended as the best time to visit. The tourist season as you can see, this is the winter to spring. This is also the high season prices rise significantly during this time of year. Hotel prices can get very expensive, so it is advisable to book your hotel in advance. This applies to all hotels in Egypt, even if you plan a budget hotel.
There are other reasons you should book your hotel reservations in advance. According to the city that you intend to stay in and the time of year will determine discounts or incentives for you to come and stay. Traveling from May to October, you will find that the temperatures are very high especially in Luxor and other southern regions of the country. Although it will be hot, you will be able to see the sights without hassle and worry.
In Cairo, Egypt, there are some hotels that are filled with Arab visitors fleeing the heat in their country. Here Early booking are not really necessary and there are often a variety of discounts as incentives to those willing to brave the heat and stay.
Another reason to make your reservation in advance is whether your travel plans with Winter celebration of Ramadan. Ramadan is a religious holiday that has a direct impact on hotels, restaurants and tourist attractions. There is no liquor license during the month of Ramadan, many restaurants are closed and all the sights around one to two hours earlier than normal. There are advantages to traveling in Egypt during this celebration and that is to see month long festival, where cafes are filled at night and people stay up until the early morning. This is when people go out and have fun.
The next important information when looking for hotels in Egypt is how they are classified in Egypt. In 1982, hotels were classified using the star system and there were five types of hotels, towns, villages and Off-Shore Leave Hotels, Resorts, floating hotels and camps. Since then, the system used to classify the hotels has been improved. Although the desire to continue to use the star rating, they also added a sixth classification of the hotel, boutique hotels. These hotels are small, usually less than 50 rooms and they are designed to give the guest a unique experience.
The grading system for hotels on two valuation rules judges. These rules are as follows: 1. Evaluation and equipment (including infrastructure, this is the hotel itself, including components such as restaurants, bars, swimming pools, etc., and equipment of the hotel). The environment 2. Evaluation of level of service (undeclared or Mystery Shopper visits), within 6 months from the date of initial implementation.
This new system not only provides travelers, it helps the hotel industry in Egypt as well. He now gives hotels a new way to compete with each other. Instead of simply offering discounted rates, they can now compete on the amenities they offer.

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