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168 Joseph Broz Tito St., New Nozha, Cairo, Egypt
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El-Sallab is considered one of the most famous places to purchase Flooring materials, Bathrooms, Kitchenware and Mixtures, introducing well-known local brands of Ceramics and porcelain tiles, like Cleopatra, Royal, and Gawhara, while their imported items are brought from Asian countries, like India, Malaysia, and UAE.

They have a nice entrance as it’s located at Joseph Tito street, Misr-Ismailia road, beside Mobil Gas Station, and they have their own parking too. Their staff is friendly and helpful a lot. The store’s area is very huge, and they display their products in a very well organized and smart manner.

El-Sallab sells different designs of Ceramics and Porcelain tiles, available in different shapes and colors. For example, you shall find ceramic samples in the shape of parquet, giving a wonderful wooden display. Prices differ accordingly per meter; Porcelain is much more expensive than Ceramics, which may cost around 40 EGP, while Porcelain tiles cost around 180 EGP.

Generally all Porcelain tiles are imported either from Spain, Emirates, or China. Spanish tiles are the most expensive as they may cost around 300 EGP per meter, while Chinese tiles start from 80 EGP. They really have wonderful collection with glittery colors that will definitely give a wonderful display to your house.

Ceramics is less expensive, available in different shapes within the range of 45 EGP and 80 EGP, according to their usage and drawings. As for Floors, you shall visit the Gawhara brand section, which provides a wide collection of floor tiles with different wonderful colors. Royal and Cleopatra brands offer better design for Bathrooms and Kitchens. They have a varied collection of Bathtubs, Toilets, and Bathroom units in diverse shapes as well. For example, a small Bathtub charges about 1,000 EGP, and if you wish to add a unit, it shall cost you more.
For larger Bathtubs, they start from 2,000 EGP; and for Basins, they range from 400 EGP to 2,000 EGP. Shower handles cost from 350 EGP to 750 EGP, while Toilets cost 2000 EGP. As for Kitchen Sinks, they have mainly two models; one sink for 600 EGP, and double sinks for 1500 EGP.

They deliver you purchased items in one week as they only sell what they have in stock. Discounts are seasonal and can reach up to 30% off, and sometimes they have special offers on separate models.

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The place has it all; it has everything your house needs.

It's a must-visit for newly-weds and couples who are thinking of redecorating their houses.

Prices are variable due to the huge collections they present.

It's highly recommend if you're looking for flooring items too.

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El Sallab is one impressive store. I did and I believe anyone would enjoy their shopping experience there. Also, if you go there, you don't need to visit any other ceramics, porcelain or sanitary ware store. Let me tell you why...

First, the staff is more than just friendly, they are so hospitable and so well trained, you instantly feel at home. They even give you a lemonade drink when you come in to the store, very “hotel-y” of them :) I saw myself several customers being greeted by salesmen as if they were old friends.

Next, the place is so spacious yet so organized and it's spread over only two floors so you don't have to go up and down several times to find everything you need or go back to check something again...etc.

Their display – especially of ceramics and porcelain – allows you to visualize your bathroom and imagine how it would look like, with the ceramics and units and everything. Usually they display the newest collections and the highly demanded ones like that, while the older ones are put on display racks on one side of the show room.

El Sallab has under its roof all the brands you can think of. I'll talk about each type of product alone.
P.S. All the brands are "almost" the same in terms of quality, the variation in prices is due to brand identity, unique and modern designs, and basically higher demand!
P.P.S. All the prices you see here is before discount. There's always a discount on everything – with different percentages, that's how this industry works, you don't even have to ask them.

1. Ceramics and Porcelain (the brands are ordered from highest to lowest):

The imported collection: This is a huge collection that takes about one third of the ground floor (which is huge). They are the best quality, the classiest designs and the highest prices, which can start from 90 LE up to 400 LE / meter. They import from several countries and their prices differ accordingly. For example; Spanish and Italian: LE 180-400, Chinese: LE 90-200, Emirati: LE 100-130.
Gemma (El Gawhara): they have the biggest variety and honestly the best and classiest of designs among their Egyptian competitors. They are also the most expensive. Their prices range from 80 LE/meter to 120 LE/meter.
Royal (which is a brand under El Sallab company itself): They have a big variety as well, but smaller than Gemma and their designs are maybe a little less elegant, they wouldn't appeal to everyone's taste. Their average prices are also lower than Gemma's, they are between 45 LE and 90 LE/meter.
Cleopatra: Their collection is not very big, but I'm sure they have more variety in their own stores. Their designs are a bit old fashioned if you ask me, but people might still like them. Their prices range from LE 45 to a maximum of LE 90/meter.
Art: Almost the same as Cleopatra
Then come Gloria, Alpha, Lecico and Innova (whose rustic (non glossy) porcelain and ceramic are really nice). All their prices are only between LE 40 and 60 /meter.

2. Mosaic and Stone-like porcelain:

Those are usually not something you use all over the bathroom or the kitchen, just in a column or a thin horizontal line across the wall, or maybe at the back of the shower (the stone-like ones).

There's a Spanish brand called Dunes, which the guy said is like the Christian Dior or Mosaic :) Its products really are awesome, a wide variety of very unique mosaic, even ones that are NOT square shaped and glossy like all the mosaic we're used to. Those are sold by sheet, and the sheets are all 30*30 cm, their prices range between LE 80-250/sheet.
Included in the same price range is a Chinese collection with equally good but less creative pieces.
Then there's the stone-like porcelain, which is really cool, imported from Portugal, China and Spain. Those ones are sold by “piece” . The piece is 15*60 cm, and their prices are between LE 35 and 55 (after discount).

You might wonder how you can decide on what to put on the walls and floors and the amounts you need to do that. El Sallab offers this awesome service to draw you a 3D design for your bathroom so you can imagine it and decide what to put and where and then they tell you how much you need of all the products. They then draw a 2D design for your workers at home to cut and apply the ceramics in the bathroom.

3. Sanitary ware:

Basins (over counter and drop sink), Bathtubs (regular ones and with jacuzzi), Showers, and Toilets.

Duravit and Ideal Standard: Nicer designs, higher prices:
Basin + Toilet: LE 900/1000 to LE 3,000/4,000
Basin alone: LE 300 to 500 (the above counter are the more expensive ones)
Bathtubs: LE 500 and above
With Jacuzzi: LE 6000 and above

Roca and Sarreguemine: Regular designs, lower prices

4. Mixers and other stuff:

(Again the quality is all the same, it's just a matter of branding and positioning)
The two most expensive ones are Grohe and Hansgrohe (designs are purely German)
After them comes Sarr Design (a French brand, with some French designs and some Egyptian ones)
Then on the same level are Ideal and Jacon Delafon

El Sallab also has miscellaneous items like;
Air ventilation fans شفاطات (for bathroom and kitchen)
Water filters
Copper basins for guest bathrooms
Showers with massage, (imported) with a one year guarantee. Their prices range from LE 1700 to 2500.

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نا بتكلم عن الفرع اللى عند السندباد لان ده احسن فرع زرتوا الصراحة هناك الناس اللى بتشتغل جامد تحسوا انهم شاطرين اوى هيبعولك هيبعولك خدمة اكتر من ممتازة و تعاون و كل واحد مزاكر الاسعار و الكمية بجد احسن تعامل ميزة المحل كمان فى ١.الاحواض هناك عندهم تشكيلة كبيرة و حلوة انا بتكلم عن المصرى (الاحواض الملونة و الشفافة و اللى بتكون متركبة مع مرايا و ادراج سيت على بعضها) فى محلات احسن منه بس طبعا اغلى اضعاف لكن المحل ده اسعاروا متوسطة ٢. بالنسبة لسيراميك المطابخ لازم تروحوا هناك انا لفيت كتير و هناك اكبر تشكيلة ممكن تلاقوها انا جبت سيراميك المطبخ من هناك و ناس كتير تفتكر انه مستورد لان للاسف اشكال سيراميك المطبخ المصرى محدودة و معظمها بنى و بيج و انا كنت محتاجة ابيض فى سيلفر لان مطبخى اسود . ٣. سيراميك الحمامات الصراحة مش احسن مكان لان مركز فى الرويال و كليوبترا و دول مش بيعجبونى ٤. سيراميك الارضية المحل ده من احسن المحلات اللى تلاقوا فيها كمية من اى نوع تختاروا كتير كنت بلف و اما الاقى اللى انا عايزة تتطلع الكمية محدودة ٥. الدور اللى فوق كله بانيوهات و احواض عادية والتشكيلة كبيرة المحل فعلا لازم تروحوا من اهم المحلات اللى هتزروها و اخر حاجة هناك لازم تفاصلوا هناك الناس كلها بتفاصل فى السعر

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The store is the first place to go to buy kitchen ware, bathrooms, flooring material, ceramic and porcelain. It has a wide range of local brands. What is unique about it is that it has many branches and most of them can be easily reached. The store I well organized. The customer service is nice and helpful. The prices ranges according to quality.

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El Sallab is one impressive store. I did and I believe anyone would enjoy their shopping experience there. Also, if you go there, you don't need to visit any other ceramics, porcelain or sanitary ware store. Let me tell you why...

First, the staff is more than just friendly, they are so hospitable and so well trained, you instantly feel at home. They even give you a lemonade drink when you come in to the store, very “hotel-y” of them :) I saw myself several customers being greeted by salesmen as if they were old friends.

Next, the place is so spacious yet so organized and it's spread over only two floors so you don't have to go up and down several times to find everything you need or go back to check something again...etc.

Their display – especially of ceramics and porcelain – allows you to visualize your bathroom and imagine how it would look like, with the ceramics and units and everything. Usually they display the newest collections and the highly demanded ones like that, while the older ones are put on display racks on one side of the show room.

El Sallab has under its roof all the brands you can think of. I'll talk about each type of product alone.
P.S. All the brands are "almost" the same in terms of quality, the variation in prices is due to brand identity, unique and modern designs, and basically higher demand!
P.P.S. All the prices you see here is before discount. There's always a discount on everything – with different percentages, that's how this industry works, you don't even have to ask them.

1. Ceramics and Porcelain (the brands are ordered from highest to lowest):

The imported collection: This is a huge collection that takes about one third of the ground floor (which is huge). They are the best quality, the classiest designs and the highest prices, which can start from 90 LE up to 400 LE / meter. They import from several countries and their prices differ accordingly. For example; Spanish and Italian: LE 180-400, Chinese: LE 90-200, Emirati: LE 100-130.
Gemma (El Gawhara): they have the biggest variety and honestly the best and classiest of designs among their Egyptian competitors. They are also the most expensive. Their prices range from 80 LE/meter to 120 LE/meter.
Royal (which is a brand under El Sallab company itself): They have a big variety as well, but smaller than Gemma and their designs are maybe a little less elegant, they wouldn't appeal to everyone's taste. Their average prices are also lower than Gemma's, they are between 45 LE and 90 LE/meter.
Cleopatra: Their collection is not very big, but I'm sure they have more variety in their own stores. Their designs are a bit old fashioned if you ask me, but people might still like them. Their prices range from LE 45 to a maximum of LE 90/meter.
Art: Almost the same as Cleopatra
Then come Gloria, Alpha, Lecico and Innova (whose rustic (non glossy) porcelain and ceramic are really nice). All their prices are only between LE 40 and 60 /meter.

2. Mosaic and Stone-like porcelain:

Those are usually not something you use all over the bathroom or the kitchen, just in a column or a thin horizontal line across the wall, or maybe at the back of the shower (the stone-like ones).

There's a Spanish brand called Dunes, which the guy said is like the Christian Dior or Mosaic :) Its products really are awesome, a wide variety of very unique mosaic, even ones that are NOT square shaped and glossy like all the mosaic we're used to. Those are sold by sheet, and the sheets are all 30*30 cm, their prices range between LE 80-250/sheet.
Included in the same price range is a Chinese collection with equally good but less creative pieces.
Then there's the stone-like porcelain, which is really cool, imported from Portugal, China and Spain. Those ones are sold by “piece” . The piece is 15*60 cm, and their prices are between LE 35 and 55 (after discount).

You might wonder how you can decide on what to put on the walls and floors and the amounts you need to do that. El Sallab offers this awesome service to draw you a 3D design for your bathroom so you can imagine it and decide what to put and where and then they tell you how much you need of all the products. They then draw a 2D design for your workers at home to cut and apply the ceramics in the bathroom.

3. Sanitary ware:

Basins (over counter and drop sink), Bathtubs (regular ones and with jacuzzi), Showers, and Toilets.

Duravit and Ideal Standard: Nicer designs, higher prices:
Basin + Toilet: LE 900/1000 to LE 3,000/4,000
Basin alone: LE 300 to 500 (the above counter are the more expensive ones)
Bathtubs: LE 500 and above
With Jacuzzi: LE 6000 and above

Roca and Sarreguemine: Regular designs, lower prices

4. Mixers and other stuff:

(Again the quality is all the same, it's just a matter of branding and positioning)
The two most expensive ones are Grohe and Hansgrohe (designs are purely German)
After them comes Sarr Design (a French brand, with some French designs and some Egyptian ones)
Then on the same level are Ideal and Jacon Delafon

El Sallab also has miscellaneous items like;
Air ventilation fans شفاطات (for bathroom and kitchen)
Water filters
Copper basins for guest bathrooms
Showers with massage, (imported) with a one year guarantee. Their prices range from LE 1700 to 2500.

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What i like about abd el aziz el sallab:
-Spacious showroom
-Variety of products
-Organized display of products
-Helpful staff
-Reasonable prices

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Abdelaziz El Sallab- Masr/Ismailia Road

The place is has the following advantages:

1- Huge area almost more than 1000 sqm with different sections for different producers (gemma, cleopatra, pharonic,etc...)
2- they have locally made and imported (UAE is one of the best for black porcelain)
3- Prices are affordable and at the end they have to give you a discount, the sales person check your total cost of goods and they make soem franknshtining and come up with a % to take it off some times reach 15-20%- this is a trend they do and call it " el7ag abdelaziz discount)
4- they have everything from porcelain, normal ceramic, bathrooms, kitchens, and all their related acceccories (water pumps, sinks,sprinklers,etc...)
5- sales people are abundant and they are not pushy
6- has its own parking area

on the bad side:

1- it is a bit far away and the road is a bit congested when you go back

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