x The average starting price for a place to stay in Luxor is £19 per night.
Mohamed Farid StreetOutstanding 98%
Luxor West Bank Gezart Al BoiratExcellent 93%
Corniche el Nile st, Karnak Across from Hilton ResortAwesome 89%
Al Mahed El Deni St. From Khaled Ben Walid St.Awesome 87%
dahab4u The staff is very nice and helpful. We got a very warm welcome and enjoyed the friendly atmosphere from the first moment. The room was clean and it had ensuite bathroom and air conditioning. The hotel is great located; you can reach the beach, restaurants, shops etc. within a few minutes on foot. We can recommend this hotel to everyone. If you want TOUR book it at THA HOSTEL (ask for Regi, he's great.). Regi also organised all our trips and transports for a good price. Everything worked out perfectly. THANK YOU REGI
sujatha.bh Location is excellent, luxor temple is walkable(5 minutes) and karnak temple in taxi ( 5 to 10 EGP). Also just behind luxor temple there is a ferry boat which goes to west bank for 1 EGP one way. Hotel staff are friendly and very helpful. The room was little bit musty..with no windows but for the price it was reasonably good. They have a roof top and food is good and reasonably priced though you have to wait little bit as they prepare everything fresh. I would recommend this hotel if you are looking for a budget option which is centrally located..The hotel has some 7 floors and no lift ..
El kamar st end to Nile River El Madina el monorah StGreat 80%
BritGirl Well the 'best and most comfortable place in luxor' it is not, but if you are looking for a backpacking hostel, there are certainly much worse. What I liked most about it was the location, in that it was off the beaten tourist path and one could go out to the shops and to get something to eat without the endless pestering from calesh drivers, taxi drivers etc, which is all too frequent on the cornishe and around the Temples. What I liked least about it is that every sound echoes, whilst trying to sleep I could hear every word that was being spoken on the ground floor, as well as the tv. Having paid for a room with a private bathroom, I had to use the shared bathroom as there was no hot water in my room, this was fixed on the second day, so in taking a shower in my own room on the third day, the shower head then fell apart. The sheets on the bed are very old and even though they had been washed, they were very grubby. The manager told me that they were encountering some problems as they had 'only recently opened', from this I assumed that they had just taken over the place, so one would have thought they would have bought some new linens. The towels were new, but they are hand towels, so if you need more than a hand towel for your shower, I suggest you take your own. Breakfast consists of an omelet, that is just eggs, nothing else, and not very well cooked, plus a pancake, which also could be cooked a little more, plus bread and jam, and tea, you get the same breakfast every day. The hotel itself is clean, and has some wonderful paintings on the walls. The staff are great and very friendly and courteous. I would stay there again but I would definitely take my own linens and towels, and recommend anyone planning on staying there does this. In fairness, the hotel is very cheap, and my comments are not by way of complaint, but an honest description of what the hotel is like.
Ahmed Orabi streetGood 72%
itsmochats We stayed here for only 1 night/2 days but we really wished we could have stayed more ! The owner, Ms Emmanuelle has been the most genuine person we met in entire Egypt ! She understands the needs of a budget traveler and goes out of the way to help the visitors feel at home, She guided us to right places to see, arranged felucca trips for us at very reasonable costs and at no point of time pushed us to take their organized tours That she can speak both English and Arabic is a further blessing in a country like Egypt ! We definitely plan to come back to Princess Hotel , only for Emmanualle, Net, a definite thumbs-up for budget travelers who look for home comfort, outside home, esp if you plan for stay long in Luxor Mohit & Bhavana India
Mohamed Farid Street0 61%
alex191988 Good, safe and familar place to stay. Also including great breakfast on the relaxing rooftop. Thanks omar for your help in every kinds. Mohamed, please don't hassle the travellers too much for booking your trips, ok?! ;) Best regards Alex
Abdel Moneim Adisi Street Train Station SQ0 56%
West bank, Ramla, nile street, Luxor, Egypt Beside Cocodrile Restaurant and Masala Hotel0 0%
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