Soak up the scenery (Picture: Airbnb)
Instagram feeds are filled with holiday snaps at the moment.
Travel is back on and we could not be more thrilled.
So if you’re looking for some destination inspiration, one Airbnb in Egypt really does offer the whole package.
The listing in question lets you soak up views of the Giza pyramids from the apartment’s very own jacuzzi.
Just outside the huge window lies the historical structures, which can be seen in all their incredible glory from the bed, too.
Talk about a room with a view.
There’s even an extra window in the bathroom so you can stare out at one of the Seven Wonders of the World (the oldest pyramid) while brushing your teeth or having a shower – but don’t worry, there’s also a blind.
Breathtaking (Picture: Airbnb)
The bathroom even has a surprise (Picture: Airbnb)
The apartment is located in the Nazlet El-Semman neighbourhood in western Cairo – just five minutes from the Giza pyramid gates.
There’s space for three people – including a double bed and sofa bed, as well as air-conditioning, Wi-Fi and free parking.
The price is also very reasonable, considering the phenomenal views. Currently it’s £55 per night (excluding booking fee) – although this increases during Egypt’s tourist season, which runs from November to February.
Anywhere in the room you can see them (Picture: Airbnb)
Enjoy city views from the jacuzzi or the bed (Picture: Airbnb)
Jump in (Picture: Airbnb)
And the glowing reviews suggest the apartment is the real deal.
One person wrote: ‘Hands down the best Airbnb experience I have had to date (several years of using the service and travelling for four months solid now primarily using Airbnb).
‘This flat is absolutely stunning and perfectly designed for a relaxing escape from the chaos of Giza (every other person is a tour guide trying to sell you something), with all the perks of the crazy views of the pyramids.’
The apartment has room for three people (Picture: Airbnb)
It features a double bed and a sofa bed (Picture: Airbnb)
It’s worth pointing out that Egypt is currently on the red list for the UK – although this ‘traffic light’ system for travel could be dismantled soon.
Credit: Original article published here.