Egyptian Hotel Review - Pension Roma and Sheraton Soma Bay

Volume I, Number 3 August 1st, 2000

Pension Roma and Sheraton Soma Bay

This month Tour Egypt Monthly looks at two very different hotels in to very different locations. First, Juergen Stryjak reviews the Pension Roma, a Cairo hotel and one of the least expensive hotels we have ever reviewed. This hotel is often booked, so get your reservations early. Next, Jimmy Dunn reviews the Sheraton Soma Bay, obviously not a budget facility, and in fact, one of the most dramatic hotels in Egypt, if not the world. Soma Bay is an area near Hurghada on the Red Sea, and the Sheraton is a complete resort with every amenity.

Pension Roma by Juergen Stryjak

Sheraton Soma Bay by Jimmy Dunn

See A list of all reviews, or our hotel database where you can book a room.

Budget and Independent Travel to Egypt - Part II By Jimmy Dunn
Historical Hotels in Egypt - Part II
By Jimmy Dunn
Recent Excavations in the Valley of the Kings by the Amarna Royal Tombs Project By Glen Parry
Editor's Commentary By Jimmy Dunn
Ancient Beauty Secrets By Judith Illes
Book Reviews
Various Editors
Kid's Corner By Margo Wayman
Cooking with Tour Egypt
By Mary K Radnich
Hotel Reviews By Juergen Stryjak
Egyptian Exhibitions By deTraci Regula
Various Editors
Restaurant Reviews
Various Editors
Shopping Around By Juergen Stryjak
Egyptian View-Point
By Adel Murad
Medical Advice in Egypt By Omar Ragab.

Prior Issues
July 1st, 2000
June 1st, 2000