Mena House

Mena House

Pyramids road,
Giza,
Egypt
Tel: +202 33 77 3222
Website: www.menahousehotel.com
Mena House Hotel, next to Giza's famous pyramids
The Mena House is one of the most unique hotels in Cairo, with its own rich and colourful history. Surrounded by 40 acres of verdant green gardens, this palatial hotel is located in the shadows of the Great Pyramids of Giza in Cairo. The royal history of the hotel is reflected in luxurious interiors that are embellished with exquisite antiques, handcrafted furniture, original work of arts and magnificent antiques that are rarely found in luxury hotels. Mena House has played host to kings and emperors, Heads of State and celebrities.
Regarded as one of the leading luxury hotels in Cairo, the hotel combines the magical charm of a bygone era with unrivalled service fit for royalty. Your interlude at the hotel promises to be a journey of discovery, exploring Cairo’s ancient treasures and unravelling the many mysteries of Egypt’s past.
THe interior brings back memories to The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)
There's virtually no information available regarding this Bond location, but thanks to Frank Anderson we can now say we located Max Kalba's nightclub from 1977's The Spy Who Loved Me. Outside the hotel, where cast and crew stayed during the filming in Cairo, Jaws jumped into his van, being followed by 007 and XXX.
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