Steigenberger Nile Palace is an attractive property in Luxor, overlooking the Nile river. Well situated for exploring Luxor's history and culture, the Steigenberger is a comfortable hotel centred around an attractive courtyard.
The view here is one of the main attractions, with the main restaurant, bar and heated swimming pool overlooking the Nile. Pick a shaded sun lounger by the pool and watch the feluccas sail by, before heading to the bar to watch the sun set over the river.
Each of the 303 rooms and suites includes either a balcony or terrace with views of the city, courtyard or the magnificent Nile River.
There are plenty of dining options. The Nubian serves breakfast and evening buffets, as well as regional and international lunch. El Tarboush is a good choice if you crave for Lebanese delicacies in an oriental atmosphere. For Italian cuisine aficionados, Casa di Nipoli is not to be missed. Bua Khao offers Thai cuisine.
Nile Bar and Lounge is suitable for light dishes and refreshing drinks, especially during sunset. For dessert selection, head to Café des Délices for tasty pastries. Tropicana snack bar is perfect for crispy salads while you swim in the pool. Saloon Bar has excellent ambiance for a drink and cigar.
Experience the legendary river, passing through Egyptian heritage sites, including the West Bank as well as the temples of Karnak, Luxor, Edfu, Kom Ombo and Philae. In Aswan, sail by traditional Felucca to Agha Khan.
Take a morning motorboat into the West Bank. Explore 3 tombs in Valley of the Kings, Hatchepsut Temple, King Tutankhamun's Tomb and Queen Nefertari's Tomb. Time permitting, you can also explore another 3 tombs in the Valley of the Queens.
The Colossi of Memnon are two huge stone statues, which are all that remains of the Temple of the hedonistic Amenophis III.
Enjoy sunrise over the West Bank for a view of the valley on a hot air balloon.
Located at the northern end of the town of Luxor, the Karnak Temple has three main sacred areas that honour three gods: Montu, an ancient local warrior god; Amun, the chief god of Thebes; and the goddess Mut, wife of Amun.
Luxor Museum is home to a small but very high quality collection of Egyptian antiquities. The collection includes grave goods from the tomb of Tutankhamen.
Make a trip to the West Bank to visit the Medinet Habu. This was Ramses III’s magnificent mortuary temple (1550–332 BC).
Enjoy a spectacular evening at the Sound & Light show at Karnak Temple.
Visit to the Temple of Dendarah, dedicated to Hathor, Goddess of Music, Love and Joy.
As you make your way between Luxor and Aswan, make a visit to Temple of Horus in Edfu as well as Kom Ombo, where you will find a huge temple dedicated to the God Sobek and Harocies.
The Greco-Roman Temple of Khnum at Esna contains the beautifully preserved Great Hypostyle Hall.
Visit the final resting place of the world-renowned Egyptian pharaoh, King Tutankhamun.
We bring you out from the standard tourist circuit to Tomb of Seti I, is the best decorated and longest tomb in Valley of the Kings.
Visit the Tomb of Nefertari, often referred to as the Sistine Chapel of Ancient Egypt.
Valley of the Artisans or Deir Al Madina hosts some of the lesser-known tombs of the workers, who have built some of the most colourful and most-preserved tombs in Luxor area, which surprisingly rival the tombs of the kings!
For over a thousand years, the kings of the New Kingdom (1500-1070 BC.) were buried in the Valley of the Kings. You will cover temple of Queen Hatchepsut and 3 tombs in the Valley of the Kings.
The Nobles' Tombs are located close to the Valley of the Kings and Queens, in the Theban Necropolis near Luxor.
The Valley of the Queens is a place near Luxor where wives of Pharaohs were buried in ancient times.
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