Hilton Luxor Resort & Spa

Luxor, Egypt

At a Glance

  • This is probably Egypt's most contemporary and luxurious spa - leave some extra time to enjoy the amazing treatments on offer

  • The Hilton has the largest waterfront space on the Nile and fantastic views from the rooms

  • There are many dining and bar options, both inside and out and you can rely on there being a high standard of food

  • Alongside the restaurant options available on land, you can take a private Felucca ride on the Nile whilst enjoying breakfast, lunch or dinner

  • The Hilton is one of the few hotels alongside the Nile that offers an Egyptian cooking class

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The hotel is open all year, but summer (June to August) can get very hot, with temperatures soaring into the 40s. However, this is also low season, when prices drop. Best to avoid Ramadan, when some businesses will close for the whole month. Islamic festivals Eid al-Adha and Ras as-Sana are extremely busy as Egyptians are all on holiday. The dates for these holidays change every year, so check before planning your trip.

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Insider's View

Relax on rooftop cushions, indulge in a mezze platter, fragrant Arabic teas or Turkish coffee, accompanied by shisha pipe and waterfront views.

Take the hassle out of a felucca ride by wandering down to the hotel's private jetty

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Description

Luxor's most contemporary and luxurious spa resort, the Hilton Luxor, has glorious, uninterrupted views from the unique water’s edge location of the River Nile and is the ideal base from which to explore the region’s rich and ancient culture.

Escape to the serenity of the lush banks of the Nile and receive Egypt’s most attentive, friendly service at this idyllic Hilton Worldwide Resort.

The rooms and suites at The Hilton Luxor offer guests contemporary comfort and most rooms have a balcony from which to enjoy the magnificent surrounding views. For the ultimate indulgence go for a Spa Suite which has its own private treatment room for pampering therapies in the comfort of your own home-from-home.

Choose from seven stylish bars and restaurants where you can feast on Asian fare at Silk Road, local specialities at Olives or unwind by the river on mezze platters at the relaxed Diwan. Indulge in a luxury holistic treatment at the tranquil and opulent Nayara Spa, bathe in the resort’s two stunning infinity pools flanked by large terraces with double hammocks or simply relax in a shaded cabana beside the Nile.

With so much to do within the hotel you could be forgiven for never leaving, but its location is ideal for exploring the wonders of Luxor and its surrounds. The Valley of The Kings, Valley of the Queens and Tutankhamen's tomb, as well as Karnak and Luxor Temples are all easily accessible from the Hilton. Alternatively, take a cruise on the Nile or even a peaceful balloon trip where you can enjoy a birds eye view of the magnificent wonders of the West Bank and the surrounding countryside.

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Accommodation

The Hilton Luxor has 236 luxury guest rooms and suites all comfortable, elegant and contemporary and with excellent facilities. The 202 Guest Rooms are spacious and comfortable, some with small seating areas or balconies, and views are either of the city or the gardens. The 24 Deluxe Rooms have panoramic Nile views, balconies and comfortable easy chairs. The hotel's Junior, Nile and Spa Suites (with their own private courtyard and treatment room) have the addition of larger bathrooms, seating areas and lovely private balconies or patios.

Childcare

The Hilton Luxor welcomes children who are allowed in all of the restaurants and bars when accompanied by their parents. There is a children's pool next to the main pool and both indoor and outdoor games are available. Highchairs, cots, babysitting and children's menus are all on hand to make a family stay more relaxing and the Hilton Luxor has specific Family Rooms that are designed to sleep two adults and at least one child. The resort offers different activities on a daily basis for the kids, such as draw and paint your favourite shapes, puzzle games, Connect 4 competitions, a painting competition, chess competitions, little chefs, and Arabic lessons.

Facilities

Eight restaurants and bars give guests at The Hilton Luxor Resort plenty of dining options from healthy snacks and smoothies to exotic Asian delicacies and cocktails on the elevated terrace overlooking the Nile. The swim-up bar serves cocktails and has sunken seats. Also overlooking the majestic river is the hotel's infinity pool which features submerged sun loungers. There are also plunge pools, a world-class spa with Nile-side treatment pavilions, and a riverfront gym with floor-to-ceiling windows and dieticians and personal trainers as well as beauty and hair salons. Tennis courts and squash courts are also on site and golf and horse riding are available too.

Activities

The Hilton Luxor is located right on the Nile within close proximity to Karnak Temple, and Scott Dunn can organise a whole host of activities such as guided sightseeing in and around Luxor to sites such as the Valley of the Kings, the Valley of the Queens, Hatshepsut's Temple and Luxor Temple, as well as once in a lifetime experiences such as hot air ballooning.

Reviews

4

Clare Monro (Staff)

This is a straightforward Hilton, although very nice as Hiltons go! The decor is simple, the Nile views are superb and it is well-located for visits either to the surrounding sites of interest and also for going into the town itself. It's great because it has a kids club and a spa.

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Alice Moseley (Staff)

Fantastic location not far from Luxor or Karnak Temple and right on the banks of the Nile. International standards, lovely pool to relax by, children's club for the younger guests and a selection of restaurants to choose from offering all sorts of cuisine.

4

Kerry Willmer (Staff)

It is set in a great location on the Nile and is in a perfect spot to explore Luxor. It has lots of big pools, which are surround by hammocks and comfy canopy beds to lounge around in. The hotel is modern and contemporary and has every thing you need for a stay in Luxor

Experiences

  • 4 Nights Nile Cruise

    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.

  • Abu Simbel's Colossal Temple

    Often considered the most impressive monument in Egypt after the Great Pyramids, visit the colossus temple of Ramses II, set by Lake Nasser. The four breathtaking statues in front of the temple are spectacular examples of ancient Egyptian art.

  • Alexandria City Tour

    One of the most significant cities of the ancient world, Alexandria is known as 'The Pearl of Mediterranean' with charming sights including Catacombs, Royal Jewelry Museum, Citadel of Qaitbay, Pompey's Pillar and Kom El Dekka.

  • Best of West Bank

    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.

  • Colossi of Memnon

    The Colossi of Memnon are two huge stone statues, which are all that remains of the Temple of the hedonistic Amenophis III.

  • Hot Air Balloon Sunrise

    Enjoy sunrise over the West Bank for a view of the valley on a hot air balloon.

  • Karnak Temple

    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.

  • Library of Alexandria

    Designed by a Norwegian architecture, the Bibliotheca Alexandrina is a feat of modern engineering in attempt to revive the Great Library of Alexandria which was lost in antiquity.

  • Luxor Museum

    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.

  • Luxor Temple

    The Luxor Temple is a remarkably delicate work of architecture, originally built by Pharaoh Amenophis.

  • Medinet Habu

    Make a trip to the West Bank to visit the Medinet Habu. This was Ramses III’s magnificent mortuary temple (1550–332 BC).

  • Sail Aswan by Felucca

    Sail the Nile by felucca passing through sights such as Agha Khan Mausoleum, Kitchener's Island and ending at Elephantine Island, where you will enjoy afternoon tea with a view.

  • Sound & Light Show at Karnak Temple

    Enjoy a spectacular evening at the Sound & Light show at Karnak Temple.

  • Temple of Dendarah

    Visit to the Temple of Dendarah, dedicated to Hathor, Goddess of Music, Love and Joy.

  • Temple of Horus & Kom Ombo

    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.

  • Temple of Khnum at Esna

    The Greco-Roman Temple of Khnum at Esna contains the beautifully preserved Great Hypostyle Hall.

  • Temple of Philae

    The Temple of Philae is a superb temple complex dedicated to the goddess Isis.

  • Tomb & Mummy of King Tutankhamun

    Visit the final resting place of the world-renowned Egyptian pharaoh, King Tutankhamun.

  • Tomb of King Seti I

    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.

  • Tomb of Queen Nefertari

    Visit the Tomb of Nefertari, often referred to as the Sistine Chapel of Ancient Egypt.

  • Unfinished Obelisk

    Take in the impressively gigantic Unfinished Obelisk.

  • Valley of the Artisans

    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!

  • Valley of the Kings & Hatchepsut Temple

    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.

  • Valley of the Nobles

    The Nobles' Tombs are located close to the Valley of the Kings and Queens, in the Theban Necropolis near Luxor.

  • Valley of the Queens

    The Valley of the Queens is a place near Luxor where wives of Pharaohs were buried in ancient times.

Location & directions

Luxor, Egypt

The Hilton Luxor Resort is situated at the northern end of Luxor, in the village of Karnak, lose to Karnak Temple and on the banks of the Nile. On the eastern bank of the Nile, one and a half miles from Luxor town centre (there is a complimentary shuttle service from the hotel).

How to get there

5-hour 28-minute flight to Luxor International Airport. The Hilton Luxor Resort is a 15-minute drive from the airport.

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