We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
The staff were incredibly nice and made you feel very at home. The food was good and the location we found to be great for accessing the West bank attractions in Luxor (and frankly being in the middle of East bank Luxor is over-rated). The...More
i have to agree with the previous review. We had a large scruffy room and the bathroom shower was in front of the toilet with no curtain so toilet was wet. It is cold in the winter and neither the room or the water temperature...More
Don't expect what you see in the photos on the website, but a sort of scruffy version of it. Prior to my arrival I met a couple on the train from Aswan who asked where I was heading and suggested I not expect much. Then...More
This place is great. Staff are super friendly and accommodating. Breakfast is quite the spread and includes homemade jam. Dinner was also tasty and enjoyable. Roof top is an extra bonus - the perfect start and finish to the day.
Perfect place if you are looking to be away from the city. This hotel is a two floored beautiful traditional house located very close to Madinet Habu temple with two people looking after it with top class hospitality. Every need is attended immediately and the...More
You'll probably want to book one of the larger 80 euro/night rooms (e.g. Nagada, Ababda, etc.) if you want to share the same room. This will be one matrimonial bed and one single bed. Alternatively, for the same... More
You'll probably want to book one of the larger 80 euro/night rooms (e.g. Nagada, Ababda, etc.) if you want to share the same room. This will be one matrimonial bed and one single bed. Alternatively, for the same price, you could book two 40 euro/night rooms and have your own room and bathroom each.
Yes, you can buy wine and beer from us directly.