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Stay here if you want to escape from some of the hassle of Luxor. Appreciate by the price that you won’t be staying in 5 star luxury, but you will get a great reception from Mahmood (maybe less so from the German partner). Rooms are...More
When I arrived to the hotel at time of the sunset, scene was bewitching,The rooms are large and clean, and we enjoyed fresh free fruit in the room.
Swimming pool overlooking the Nile River, it's really the best hotel I stayed in Luxor.
I spent 5 nights here in early March. What a lovely place.
Very hospitable owner who is always around to answer questions or help you out. Lots of lovely staff who are friendly, polite and happy to help you where possible.
I had a lovely...More
We stayed in Al Baeirat for 9 nights (we slept 2 nights in Aswan) and it was delightful!
We were very happy to stay at the west bank of the Nile because it is so quiet and there is no hassle the moment you leave...More
I travel regularly to Luxor..... more specifically, the West Bank of Luxor. When I go I always rent a flat in the village of Ramla or close by. So I've never stayed as a guest in Al Baeirat Hotel. However I go there for drinks...More
US$ 52 - US$ 75 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hello .. I coordinate groups at Sekhmets Sanctuary at Al Baeirat Hotel ..
I have asked them about this story and wish to clarify what happened.
According to the Hotel they had politely asked their guests to adhere to strict rules in
egypt regarding sharing of rooms, especially between members of the same sex
and did not have their request answered to and had to ask their guests to leave.
They deeply regret that they had to ask you to stick to the rules but in Egypt
certain conduct is illegal and can cause great problems for Hotel management.
In the two years I have co worked with them I have never seen any guests forcibly removed
or complaining of anything of this nature. As you can see almost all reviews are very happy.
The hotel has a repuation for being a very friendly space ..
and is very proud of this.