Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Luxor does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Pharaohs Hotel & Restaurant, a nice option for travellers like you.
While staying at Pharaohs Hotel & Restaurant, visitors can check out Avenue of Sphinxes (0.4 mi) and Luxor Sound and Light Show (0.9 mi), some of Luxor's top attractions.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as air conditioning, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
The property also features a lounge to make your visit even more pleasant.
Luxor has plenty of cafes. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Aboudi Coffee Break, Cafe Latte, and Oasis Cafe, which are serving up some great dishes.
Plus, during your trip, don’t forget to check out some of the popular historic sites, such as Temple of Karnak, Valley of the Artisans (Deir el-Medina), and Howard Carter House.
Pharaohs Hotel & Restaurant looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Luxor.
Not easy to find it’s up the street where the ticket office is not actually down in habu by the temple medit habu friendly family run hotel I was on the roof bedroom with no connected ac .. if you want a quite stay it’s ideal I got pestered by flies so bring a spray for flies and Mozi
We ended up in this hotel through a recommendation of another traveler that was really enjoying her stay. The best of it, without doubt, Refaat, the owner of the hotel. He helped us all he could, accommodated any of our requests, including having breakfast at 5am to be ready for the tombs. He arranged also cheap bikes for us. The location is also great, as it is just facing the Queen's Valley, which makes it very easy to visit all the tombs in the West Bank. Very quiet and relaxed, which is appreciated after all the hustle from the city.
I just had a relaxing three day stay here. Quiet atmosphere directly across from The Theban Necropolis! Habu Temple next door. Valley of Kings, Tombs of Nobles, Valley of Queens, Hatshepsut all a short ride away! ticket booth is just down the street. There is a delicious Mouhamed Restaurant next door. This is an ideal place for backpackers and any travelers. The staff is friendly and eager to help you make your stay in Luxor a dream come true. Skip the tourist traps, stay on the wonderful West Bank!
I think Pharaohs Hotel is the best place to stay in the West Bank of Luxor ,in terms of its extraordinary view, price, services! Firstly, the price is relateively cheap compare to other hotel in West Bank, the hotel is good, a nice garden to chill, the room is fine if you dont ask for too much. But some equipment like AC,lights were not working so well in some rooms, you have to choose the good room. And hope they can fix it soon:) And the view of the roof is amazing, you will see the hills, valley and tombs, it just like you were in 3000BC,sleeping with pharaohs. Especially I went there in August, not much tourist here, it was so peaceful and quiet, I enjoy it so much :) I think Pharaohs hotel has the best view in the West Bank! One day, we slept outside the room on the roof, and when we wake up at 6am accidently, the hot air balloon just passed by in front of the roof, it was so amazing!!! Besides, their services are good, the staff and the boss were very nice and helpful:) You are very welcome to ask for help there:) Overall, I had a great time and experience there, I will definately stay here again when I go back to Luxor again in Winter :) …
My wife and I stayed at this hotel on December 2009 for six nights. Our room was at the roof and the view to village Kurna and the hills with the tombs and the temple of Medinet Habu was exceptional. Hotel is ideally located on the west bank, only a walking distance from the tombs. It is very quiet and you have a feeling that you stay in a place full of history, especially after the sun goes down, when masses of tourists leave to the east bank and you stay there alone enjoing the atmosphere of a mystic place. It is very easy and cheap to visit the east bank and Luxor's center using the shuttle bus and the ferry, which are pleasant themselves and interesting to travel with local people who are kind and smiley. Exactly like these are Refaat, the owner, a really warm and welcoming man, who enjoys talking with his guests. The room was basic, it could be cleaner and more refurbished but the taste of an egyptian coffee on the terrace after a long tiring sightseeing day, viewing the ancient hills and listening to their silence is a unique experience. We wouldn't change this feeling for any kind of luxury.…