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I am a single woman who travelled to Falcon Hills Hotel on my own after the travel agents assured me it was ok.I felt the hotel should have what we call a red light outside the main door. I was approached by the restaurant manager and asked if I would take him upstairs to my room, I replied that my husband was at home and this was out of the question. I was then approached by the sand man and asked if he could take me out for a drink, once again I said NO.During the day was ok because I spent most of my time by the small pool to the back of the hotel where the waiter, Rashid, was very kind and without requesting would bring drinks over to the guests. There was also the pool guy around the small pool who would place a towel on your sun lounger before you made your way down to sun bathe.On the 2nd week of my trip I was then approached by one of the restaurant's head waiters and a waiter named Zacharia, whom wanted to take me out after he had finished work. Once again I said NO, but I was still expected to change my mind later and go out with him. As you can imagine I didn't want to go for my evening meal, but after paying £861 for the fortnight, I wasn't going to let them scare me away.Please be aware all the single females out there who are planning to travel to Egypt on your own, you will be approached from the male population!!!!there was also building work going on from 6.30 am to late at night as some of the rooms were being replastered/redecorated and refurnished for the whole 2 weeks!!!
Just returned from Falcon Hills, which is a great hotel. It's small and very friendly, staff are excellent, all work extremely hard but always have a smile for you. Food definitely above average, always plenty to choose from - the only thing I would say is breakfast was always the same each day, but you won't go hungry. Animation team are brilliant, and very entertaining, working hard morning until night. The hotel is a little out of the way, however the courtesy buses to the beach & also to Naama Bay are free...if you go to the beach, remember to take towels with you from the hotel - no-one told us about this and we had to hire them at the beach! We booked the Cairo trip with the Thomson rep - we debated about booking elsewhere but were reassured that the party would all be Thomson guests, & British, so in my mind it was a much better option - not to mention the insurance element. Cairo is amazing...a must-see if you've never been. It's an experience in itself just watching the traffic on the roads! We had an amazing time, didn't want to leave and will have no hesitation in recommending to anyone. Hope to return soon.
The hotel was much better than we expected (Group of 5 Divers) The hotel has/is redecorating all the rooms , they are clean and tidy. Food was OK for the 10 days that we were there. There are a limited number of beds round the pool and if hotel is full will cause a problem as beds are booked by 7.30. If staying at the hotel try and get rooms in the 600 block which face onto the small pool at the rear of the hotel, this had a more upmarket feel to the main pool area.We stayed All Inclusive and drinks and food were available without the normal slow service we have had elsewhere. All in all a great value holiday. We did not go to the beaches provided by the hotel bus, so cannot say what they are like.
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