Carols Ghaliet Ecolodge Siwa

Summary

This hotel in Siwa includes a tropical outdoor pool surrounded by palm trees and massage facilities. All rooms are simply furnished and come with views of the garden.

A private patio and extra long beds are standard in each of the rooms at Ghaliet Ecologe & Spa. The rooms also have a small seating area.

A breakfast buffet is available daily. Ghaliet’s indoor and outdoor restaurant areas offer a peaceful setting to enjoy modern, fusion cuisine.

It is also possible to participate in daily excursions around Siwa, or to relax in the garden and read a book.

The 24-hour reception rents out bicycles and can take care of laundry requests.The Amun-Temple of Umm Ubaydah is 500 metres from the hotel. The temple of Oracle is 500 metres away.

By making a "booking" online, Fayed Travel Egypt is receiving your request. We will provide you with the prices for your requested date. Note that hotel prices are depending on nationality/ meal choose/ room class and on the different dates. By making a booking request online, the first named person on the booking agrees on behalf of all persons detailed on the booking that:

a)He/she has read these terms and conditions and has the authority to and does agree to be bound by them;
b)He/she is over 18 years of age and aloud to book the services/ excursions

As soon you were getting our offer and confirm your booking, we will provide you with a confirmation Invoice: A binding contract will come into existence between you and us. Full payment must be done up on booking. In case of cancellation you must inform us 10 days before arrival in written form, or the full amount will apply.

Hotel Overview


What previous hotel guests appreciate about this hotel: very nice, and quiet place, the hotel stuff is friendly.

Highlights


  • Essentially, an ecolodge will offer you an educational and participatory experience.

    If you are going to stay at an ecolodge, there are several things you can expect from your vacation experience:

    Provide comfortable rooms and common areas that reflect the designs and heritage of the local culture
    Offer a natural setting that has been carefully preserved and contains local plant life
    Use locally harvested and sustainable and/or recyclable building materials
    Purchase food from local farmers
    Use environmentally-friendly energy, water and waste systems
    Offer opportunities for interaction with local owners, managers, staff and guides

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