Lotus Luxor Hotel
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Lotus Luxor Hotel

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3.5
#31 of 70 hotels in Luxor
4.4 of 5 bubbles
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4.2 of 5 bubbles
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3.8 of 5 bubbles
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4.0 of 5 bubbles
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Lotus Hotel is a new member in Hostelworld .Lotus Hotel has a unique location in the heart of Luxor. We have 58 rooms and suites all with balcony or terrace overlooking the Nile (40 double rooms, 10 royal suites, 8 triple). All rooms consist of a double bed, air-conditioning, telephone, cable TV, music channel, minibar, smoke alarm, private shower, bathtub and WC. In the hotel we have a restaurant where you can enjoy your breakfast and dinner.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Wifi
Pool
Free breakfast
Babysitting
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Business Centre with Internet Access
Baggage storage
Secured parking
Paid wifi
Pool with view
Outdoor pool
Bar / lounge
Restaurant
Breakfast buffet
Snack bar
Poolside bar
Concierge
Gift shop
ATM on site
24-hour front desk
Laundry service
Ironing service
Room features
Air conditioning
Housekeeping
Private balcony
Room service
Safe
Iron
Refrigerator
Flatscreen TV
Room types
Non-smoking rooms
Suites
Family rooms
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HOTEL CLASS
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4.0 of 5 stars
HOTEL STYLE
Classic
River View
Languages Spoken
English, Arabic

Location

Khaled Ebn El Waleed St, Luxor 856856 Egypt
Name/address in local language
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phillyamy11 wrote a review Oct 2007
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania30 contributions30 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
(At the time 1USD = 5.52LE. so $55USD = 304LE)
Overall, our stay at the Lotus was fine and completely what we were expecting and looking for based on our budget, needs, and amount of special attention we required from the hotel staff (hardly any). But we did have a few problems that may have simply been personality conflicts. I figure if I write about it then it may save someone else the trouble in the future. Also, for those of you who have already been to Egypt then you may already understand how to get around stuff like this.
The first problem with Lotus hotel is the lack of contact info provided on the internet. I found a few websites hostelz.com and hostelworld.com that would book a room for a charge but I wanted to call the hotel directly and couldn't find a phone number. It wasn't until I actually booked the room with hostelz.com and receieved confirmation that I got the phone and email address. I told Adam at the front desk that they should make a website for the hotel so guests can book directly with them, he agreed and said they were working on it. He also said that it would be much cheaper for them and the guest to book directly with them. We paid $75.00USD/night for a triple room. So for anyone in the same situation here is the contact info: +20 106780267, lotus_luxor@yahoo.com.
They did provide free pickup from the Luxor airport if you email the flight info ahead of time. We later found out that this was not the hotel's van, it was a tourist company called Silver Tours. I guess they know that you need to have someone help you with your arrangements while in Luxor so they get you right off the airplane. We were really tired but he wanted us to sit down and talk about excursions right from the get-go. We booked a calesh tour throughout Luxor and sunset felucca ride on the Nile for the next day. It was 384LE for the 3 of us. It was agreed that Mohammed would be our guide on the calesh tour. In the morning, another Mohammed showed up and put us on the calesh and that was it. We really had to explain to Mohammed 2 that Mohammed 1 promised to come with us. He eventually joined us and stayed with us in the market. On the felucca, we were alone with the captain and his little assistant but that was fine. It was so peaceful and highly recommended. The felucca was with Tom and Gerre tours and I had read other good things about that company.
That night we had a lizard running around our room that we had to catch and the front desk had to send someone up. They said it was normal but we were all freaked out. I'm sure they got their kicks out of 3 girls screaming in their pjs! It was pretty funny.
Silver tours arranged for us to go on the hot air balloon sunrise ride and West Bank tour for the next day. We left early (4am) so the hotel had breakfast boxes for us. None of the other tourists had these boxes so we felt pretty cool. The balloon tour was with Horizon tours. Another balloon company was Alaska tours and Sinbad tours. You might check out their prices online to avoid overpaying. We paid 304LE/per person just for the balloon. Some other tourists in our basket had paid slightly more. We paid 400LE/for the 3 of us for an English-speaking guide for our West Bank tour. He met us at 7am where the balloon landed. His name was Mansour. If anyone wants a day trip recommendation in Luxor, that would be it. The balloon was absolutely incredible because you see all the temples and the Valley of the Kings from the sky, then you go down on foot and explore. It was early but perfect. Bring suncreen, hat, water and BUG SPRAY. We couldn't get enough of our OFF! Also bring some granola or protein bars in your bag.
That night we went to the sound and light show at Karnak temple. We didn't end up seeing Karnak during the day and that would have been nice. We were kind of pressed for time so we did Luxor temple during the day and Karnk at night for the show. This was where we had a problem with the hotel. We wanted a taxi to drive us there, wait for us, and then drive us to a restaurant. How much do we pay, we asked Ramse at the front desk. We would think that the hotel would really help their guests and in a sense be an ally because their are so many scams out there with taxi/calesh drivers. Ramse from the Lotus was unfortunately no exception. We paid him 50LE which we knew was too much, but we thought it would be more reputable to go with the hotel's recommendation than some random taxi off the street. We got dropped off, and the driver told us where he would be when the show let out. We had to look for Sinderalla car #64. After the show, and the entire parking lot was emptied out, our driver was nowhere to be found. We walked for about 10 minutes in the dark, desserted area near Karnak temple really ticked that we got scammed. And by our own hotel at that. Finally our driver saw us along side the road and picked us up. We really let him have it and told him we want our money back. We all started feeling sorry for him because he was very apologetic and the guy at the hotel was the one with the money. But all sympathy for the driver left when he dropped us off at the hotel and followed us down the street to our favorite Luxor restaurant, The Lantern. He had the nerve to ask the restaurant for commission because he brought us there. We were very annoyed. The restaurant told him to beat it because they knew he was making it up. After getting back to the hotel I really had to argue with Ramse about what happened and he reluctantly returned the money. That wasn't the last time we had to deal with him and money though.
Our 3rd and last day in Luxor (which is a good amount of time) we got up bright and early and took a calesh over to the Luxor temple. We could totally have walked but we really wanted to get there before the crowds and heat started up. After that we went to the Souk. We bought pillowcases for 25LE, hookah for 50LE, camel saddle stool for 150LE, leather sandals 25LE, and this beautiful terracotta globe light thing for 15LE. Those prices were higher than what they were asking for in Cairo. We doublechecked and of course were kicking ourselves because we could have gotten better deals. So don't pay more than that!!!
Checking out of the hotel was another ordeal. It was 330am and our taxi was waiting for us. We hired him through the agent at the EgytpAir ticket office near the Winter Palace. He was only 30LE for the 3 of us. So we were initially told we could pay by credit card but that morning the machine was "broken". Cash only. We had the cash but wanted to keep it for purchases, not hotel. After explaining to Ramse that if we used the atm to pull out more money, we would have to pay fees and that would increase our hotel expenses. Also, we knew that we had overpaid for the hotel anyway. He said he would take off 10%. So our total would have been 1490LE and we shook on it. When we asked him for a receipt he made a phone call. Whoever was on the line asked to speak to us and told us we now owed 200LE more. Oh, no. I told him we had just finalized everything with Ramse, this was the agreed amount minus the 10% discount because their credit card machine was broken. He was asking for more than the original reservation. There was no way we were going to pay it. We took a picture of us handing the cash to Ramse! He was not happy. I had to tell the man on the other line if wanted more money he'd have to come to hotel and get it, plus bring the police. I hung up on him and we left for the airport in a taxi. So my advice is to avoid dealing with that guy Ramse altogether. He's about 6'3", big stomach and acne scars. The best guy at the hotel is Adam and he works in the morning.
The hotel itself is in a good location on the Nile river. If you exit in the back towards the pool, it is directly on the river. The restaurant that we had read about beforehand is the Lantern. That is directly outside the front of the hotel. Great food and service. Make sure you check on the air conditioner before you get settled. We changed rooms after the lizard incident and the air conditioner in the second room was ice cold comapared to the first room. Also, their rooms do have balconies that overlook the pool/Nile so make sure you ask for one. Breakfast is good but they charge you astronomical amount for water/coffee. And they don't tell you it's extra until you finish. They don't have adapter/converters so bring your own. No hairdryer, bring that too. That's pretty much all you need. The beds are comfy, towels thick, air conditioned, plenty of german tv, beautiful pool, near our fave restaurant Lantern. I would go back but I would be prepared for the stuff I had already dealt with next time.
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Date of stay: October 2007
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
2.0 of 5 bubblesCheck-in / front desk
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
1.0 of 5 bubblesBusiness service (e.g., internet access)
Trip type: Travelled with friends
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perine r wrote a review Jan 2015
Castleton, United Kingdom47 contributions89 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
I stayed here a couple of times before the revolution, and was happy with the hotel, particularly as I do not walk distances too well, and this is not a massive property like a lot of the other hotels in Luxor. I knew I could leave the room and close by is a lift, as all the rooms are built around a centre circle. The lift goes directly to the dining room, and then the pool was just a short walk from there. The hotel is kept generally very clean, and staff were eager to help any way they can.

The pool was heated (eventually after the new part was fitted). The pool area was excellent, the staff attentive, and it is as near to the Nile as it could be, so you can watch the boats floating by. This was super at sunset when the feluccas were sailing, and I would certainly recommend that you book a sunset sail in one at reception, but make sure there is some breeze.

I had booked a suite as two of my teenage granddaughters were with me for the Xmas 2 weeks holiday, and the twin rooms are too small to add a third bed. I think the suite number was 406. It has two rooms each with a satellite tv with a big selection of channels in English, ie films, news etc. There are two balconies with a wonderful view of the Nile and West Bank. There is also a safe in the suite. We had to ask for a hairdryer, and kept this for the two weeks, but afterward we learnt they only own 2, so if you really need one, I suggest you take your own to be on the safe side. Also if you like to make a coffee or tea in your room, take a kettle etc, as they do not supply a hospitality tray. Of course, for any electrical items you will need plug adapters.

Breakfast is adequate with the usual cooked meat, cheese, eggs, breads etc, and some warm foods like small hot dog sausages, mashed potatoes and other things. You can eat at other times in the dining room by choosing from a menu, but there are so many restaurants close by that are reasonably priced, that I suggest you research and try some of those which have been recommended. If you are enjoying a pool day, there is a reasonable snack menu available and the pool waiter will be pleased to bring the food to you.

Wifi can bought for 20 EP (£2) per 30 minutes active in hotel reception only, but the signal is extremely slow. Suggest you find a restaurant with free wifi or a garden café, they do exist but check its working before you order. The restaurant attached to St Joseph hotel and the Gaddis hotel free wifi worked well and the food is good in both.

There are taxis and horse and carriages waiting outside the hotel and they are anxious for business so barter the price first and make sure which currency you have agreed on, ie. Egyptian pounds or English pounds. We used a particular horse and carriage all the time and really enjoyed the rides and the driver looked after us well.
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Date of stay: December 2014
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: Make sure you are booking a guaranteed Nile view room as there are some rooms facing onto the...
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pam_john88 wrote a review Jun 2013
Harlow, United Kingdom1 contribution5 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
We have enjoyed the hospitality of the Lotus Hotel, Luxor, for approximately 6 years, 5 times a year. Unfortunately, we will not be staying there again.
The management were adamant we paid for a towel rail that broke when a towel was placed on it. There was an obvious flaw in the metal, even explaining and showing this to the management, they still insisted on payment for the "damage".
I must point out that the staff, with the exception of the breakfast staff, are very helpful and friendly and nothing is too much trouble, even to the point of giving us leaving presents when we left.
Other points to mention, the breakfast is not worth eating as service is incomplete or you can find chips in the crockery. The problem being, the breakfast staff lack any motivation.
There is only one pool with a child extention, not two pools as advertised.
There is no gym or running track, as advertised.
The rooms look tired and outdated, even with the new t.v. and fridge that been installed.
And yes, we stayed there for 6 years, 5 times a year, because it was value for money, until they put the price up 39% last year, the location was handy for where we wanted to be, and apart from the breakfast staff and hotel manager, all other staff were excellent.
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Date of stay: May 2013
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
2.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: Choose rooms that don't end in 01 or 02 on any floor if you want better sized rooms. The...
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Lee Ang wrote a review Jan 2020
Los Angeles, California113 contributions2 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
The negatives review are true! My travel agent booked 5 nights here. It was so bad that I had them rebook a different hotel. This is definitely not a 4-star hotel! And I lowered my standards going in thinking it would be more of a 3-star place, but it’s not even that! It’s just a very depressing place. The bedding was just a sheet with a blanket on top. They couldn’t provide a heater (it’s cold in January!), no tea kettle for hot water, no complimentary tea/coffee in the room, and no toiletries! What kind of 4-star property are you? I went downstairs to ask for hot water and they charged me $20 Egyptian Pounds, all other hotels and cafes throughout the country has been free! WiFi is only good in the lobby and you can’t pay to have it in the room. There is no carpeting at all so you here all the echoes when people go through the security entrance/check (beep beep beep and clank clank clank) all night long. And the breakfast was the worst part, it looked like leftovers from the day before. I was afraid that I’d get sick eating it.
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Date of stay: January 2020
1.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
1.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
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Sarah wrote a review Mar 2023
5 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
I don’t think I’ve ever stayed in a dirtier hotel. The hotel itself is nicely decorated, staff were friendly and polite, the view is gorgeous and the location is pretty good. I normally think people sound dramatic for this type of review but I’ve uploaded pictures - I could feel the dirt under my feet in my socks, there was even cigarette ash on the floor and I could see a bunch of different footprints by the balcony door (including a bare foot). It was evident the floor hadn’t been swept or mopped for at least a couple of days.
Beds were hard and not comfortable. It was also a fairly noisy sleep (some music outside, but mostly internal hotel noise)
Additionally the safe, aircon, TV and wifi didn’t work. Granted we didn’t ask for help with these.
The shower has dials outside of it, behind the toilet that you need to turn to get hot water, which no one tells you and there’s nothing to indicate that.
Dinner was ok, but the hot breakfast was disgusting (and I’m not picky), the coffee was instant, the cold selection was fine.
We were only there to sleep for a few hours as part of a tour, otherwise I absolutely would have moved - even if I had to pay again for somewhere else.
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Date of stay: March 2023
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Arun wrote a review May 2024
Bengaluru, India136 contributions9 helpful votes
+1
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We had a great stay for 2 nights at Lotus hotel. We stayed in the triple occupancy room. Rooms are near and clean. Toiletries, Kettle with coffee/tea, Mini fridge etc present in room. The staff are polite and friendly. Pool was clean. Best part is the courtyard in the back with the pool, seating area and river view. Complementary breakfast was a good spread served 6 am to 10 am.

Please note that hotel doesn't have a card machine. Accepts currency in EGP and foreign ones like USD.
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Date of stay: May 2024Trip type: Travelled with family
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Ozland_27 wrote a review Mar 2024
Brisbane, Australia44 contributions31 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We (our group) checked in for one night only unfortunately. The rooms were clean, beds comfortable and we had a fantastic view of the Nile from our balcony. Breakfast the next day was a good spread of western and local dishes.
Not sure if we were given an upgrade, but the size of the two rooms was impressive. The pool was clean and the view enchanting.
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Date of stay: March 2024
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Seb Y wrote a review Jul 2023
Cardiff, United Kingdom76 contributions51 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Dirty and falling apart hotel, the breakfast was horrible, the staff couldn't be less interested.

We stayed here when we visited Luxor, I wish we never did. There are better places around.

It is a shame as the hotel is in perfect location.
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Date of stay: April 2023
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
1.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Rainy D wrote a review Jun 2023
1 contribution
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Hotel has barely any comfortable amenities. The air condition doesn't work in the room. There is no air ventilation in the room. Breakfast has no good food choices. Wouldnt recommend anyone to choose this hotel for their stay on Luxor, Egypt.
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Date of stay: June 2023
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
1.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: I don't recommemd this hotel if you are looking for a comfortable stay.
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S and J wrote a review Oct 2011
Manchester, United Kingdom1,024 contribution476 helpful votes
+1
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Stayed here a coupla times last month, here's what you need to know in bullet form to save you wading through all the reviews;

1. This is a GREAT little hotel sandwiched between the Steinberger Nile Palace and Sonesta St. George, right on the Nile.

2. Rooms are fantastic value, as little as £15 a night or £25 a night for the suites (try moneysupermarket.com) You can also email the hotel direct for a deal.

3. Small, friendly hotel with just over 70 rooms, unlike the impersonal neighbours with around 200-300 rooms each. Everyone remembers your name here.

4. Suites are the better bet, 2 balconies, 2 aircon units with remotes, 2 tv's with remotes (US movie channels!), 2 minibars, safe, massive double bed, sofa bed, 3 piece suite, 6 chairs, 3 tables etc. Not too many coat hangers. Soap/shower gel dispensers in bathroom. Good housekeeping service with the usual towel sculptures, etc. Plumbing can be a bit dodgy - toilet slow to refill, shower weak, lack of hot water early evening on occasion.

5. Five floors to the hotel. The best rooms view wise, are 505, 405, 305 followed by 506, 406, 306 - all suites. Rooms ending 03 and 04 are standard rooms with a decent view. Rooms ending 11 and 12 have a street view. Rooms ending 07,08,09 have a brick wall view of the Steinberger. Room 505 however, seems to be in permanent use by the Manager. Check the pics for views. Best rooms have view across Nile to Valley of the Kings - illuminated at night. One of the best views in the world?

6. Breakfasts are as good as any in Luxor; fried potatoes, sausages, eggs, tomatoes, toast, coffee, juice, cheeses, jams, fruit etc.

7. Great little pool, not too busy, not too many bratty kids. Lots of 'Ladies of a Certain Age' entertaining young Egyptian gentlemen friends.Some interesting combos.
The pool is open to non residents.

8. Use the laundry service, it's great! 24hr turnaround, a big bag of washing cost less than £5 washed, ironed and folded.

9. Great little jetty on the Nile, ideal for Felucca or Motor Boat pickup for a late afternoon trip (£3.00 an hour).The pool guy can organise for you.
However, it's used as a thouroghfare by Russian tour groups from Hurghada on a Nile day trip.

10. Hotel is right in the thick of all the action, ideal for walking to bars, restaurants, tat shops etc.

Five out of five for value for money!

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Date of stay: September 2011
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Make sure you get a suite, the higher the better.
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ohrwethereyet asked a question Oct 2019
United Kingdom340 contributions56 helpful votes
Does anyone have the email address for this hotel please? Thanks
Yvonne D asked a question Aug 2019
Swansea, United Kingdom4 contributions15 helpful votes
Is the swimming pool heated on October.
Yvonne D asked a question Aug 2019
Swansea, United Kingdom4 contributions15 helpful votes
Hi is the swimming pool heated in October.
ohrwethereyet asked a question Nov 2018
United Kingdom340 contributions56 helpful votes
Do you have to pay extra for bed sheets and towels?
Answer from mayke m
Toronto, Canada108 contributions44 helpful votes
they are provided by the hotel.you are good
Amanda W asked a question Jan 2017
Bridgend County, United Kingdom4 contributions2 helpful votes
Is there controlled security at the hotel entrance?
Answer from moglentours
Nottingham, United Kingdom694 contributions144 helpful votes
there is full security at this hotel as it is used by the police for conferences and training. we felt as two females on our own very safe here. lovely hotel and staff. CCTV throughout each floor as well.
Rainy D wrote a tip Jun 2023
1 contribution
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"I don't recommemd this hotel if you are looking for a comfortable stay."
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Renee194 wrote a tip May 2019
Bristol, United Kingdom156 contributions128 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Ask at Reception"
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Stephen W wrote a tip Apr 2019
London, United Kingdom22 contributions14 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"Nile view rm"
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eye c wrote a tip Mar 2019
26 contributions11 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"Best tip is get up early and watch the Sun rise over the Nile. Amazing see photo."
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Umais7 wrote a tip Nov 2018
Dubai, United Arab Emirates41 contributions7 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Nile View Room"
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PRICE RANGE
£35 - £42 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ALSO KNOWN AS
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LOCATION
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NUMBER OF ROOMS
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Frequently Asked Questions about Lotus Luxor Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Lotus Luxor Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Bait El Ainy (0.2 miles), Aboudy Book Shop (0.1 miles), and Zotes Bazaar (0.04 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Lotus Luxor Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Lotus Luxor Hotel?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Lotus Luxor Hotel?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Lotus Luxor Hotel?
Yes, free parking and secured parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Lotus Luxor Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include El Tarboush, Aisha Restaurant Luxor, and Snobs.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Lotus Luxor Hotel?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Lotus Luxor Hotel?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Arabic.
Are there any historical sites close to Lotus Luxor Hotel?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Temple of Karnak (2.7 miles), Valley of the Artisans (Deir el-Medina) (3.3 miles), and Howard Carter House (4.0 miles).
Does Lotus Luxor Hotel have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the river view available here.
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