If you cross the Nile from Luxor city to the West Bank by public ferry or motorboat, one building certainly catches your eye: the building with the friendly beige painted facade and white colored windows, crowned by a roof terrace.
It is the "Nile Valley Hotel and Restaurant" that draws you by its
exterior. Even before you enter you gain the impression of comfort and coziness.
Why is this? Without doubt because of the owners and managers Hamada and Karin Khalifa, who have many years' experience in the tourism business..
With the "Nile Valley Hotel and Restaurant" the couple have made their dream come true. Together they have created a special place, where dreams can also come true for others.
The Nile Valley Hotel is situated in the village of El Gezira, on the west
bank of the Nile, opposite the city of Luxor. The hotel is in the main
street of the village and about 80 m, and two minutes' walk, from the river bank. The simplest way to get there is by public ferry (red arrow on the map) or by motorboat from Luxor city. You can take either of these from the Corniche, opposite Luxor temple.
Once you reach the West Bank you immediately notice the hotel building. The facade is painted in friendly orange with white windows, topped by the restaurant terrace. You are already drawn into the hotel and its restaurant by its exterior In addition it is well placed for making excursions to the local archeaological sites
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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