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Escape to the banks of the Nile at the exquisite Hilton Luxor Resort & Spa, 20 minutes from Luxor International Airport. Located 10 minutes from Luxor town center, this stylish Luxor spa resort is the ideal base to explore the region’s historic attractions like the Temple of Karnak, two minutes away. Expect outstanding service from attentive multilingual staff at this Luxor resort.
Feel at home in spacious guest rooms at this family friendly Luxor resort, with fresh bright decor and high-speed internet access. Many rooms have balconies and river, city or garden views. Upgrade to a Suite for extra space and a balcony overlooking the River Nile.
Celebrate your wedding or hold a conference at this opulent resort and spa in Luxor, in the flexible banquet room with internet access. Hold social events in the elegant ballroom with professional staff support. Conduct business in the onsite business center or in the choice of meeting rooms.
Choose from eight restaurants and bars at this magnificent Nile spa resort. Indulge in fragrant Arabian-style teas and Turkish coffees with waterfront views in the Diwan Shisha Café. Enjoy drinks and relax in the infinity pool at the sunken Oasis Pool Bar. Explore exotic eastern cuisine in the Silk Road Restaurant. Sip cocktails on shaded seating at the Sunset Lounge & Terrace.
Tone up in the fitness center, indulge in luxury treatments at the spa, bathe in the two infinity pools or relax in a shaded cabana hammock.
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Children and extra beds
Accepted credit cards
- A La Carte Restaurants
- Beach / Pool Towels
- Conference & Meetings Rooms
- Doctor Service
- Health Center & SPA
- Internet Services
- Laundry service
- Money Exchange
- Multilingual Staff
- Open Buffet Restaurants
- Room Service
- Safety Deposit Box
- Satellite TV
- Sun Beds
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Luxor, once an Ancient Egyptian capital, is known today as the world’s “greatest open-air museum.” From the tomb of Tutankhamen in the Valley of the Kings and the magnificent sunset views at the majestic temple complexes of Karnak and Luxor to the exciting and fun Nile cruises, Luxor is the perfect choice for culture vultures.
Luxor is divided by the Nile into two areas commonly called the East Bank and West Bank which were considered in Ancient Egyptian times as symbolizing respectively Life and Death.
While the East Bank has grown to become a modern city, it has retained its lush green setting, its traditional bazaar and stunning view of the Nile. The East Bank boasts some of Egypt’s most refined hotels, home to amazing Spa’s and a golf course.
The West Bank is known for its necropolis and mortuary temples: the Valley of the Kings, the Valley of the Queens, the Workers Village, and the Temple of Medinet Habu are the highlights of Luxor’s West Bank. In Ancient Egyptian mythology the setting sun to the west symbolised the journey to the afterlife, so it was fitting symbolism to bury the dead west of the Nile.
While in Luxor, you can opt for a simple accommodation at one of the simple hotel of the West Bank, where archaeologists used to stay when on excavations missions, or you can take it to the other extreme by staying at one of the town’s luxurious establishments, such as the El-Moudira Hotel on the West Bank or the history-filled Old Winter Palace on the East Bank.
Sun and warmth all year round characterizes Luxor’s climate, the sun shines for 11 hours during summer and 8 during winter. Winter temperature averages around 26°C, in summer temperature reaches 39°C.