We had one night here as part of a tour of Egypt. Our tour guide also arranged for us to be able to use a couple of rooms to change in before leaving to get the overnight train back to Cairo, so we spent quite a bit of time hanging around in the the hotel. It has some really positive points as well as some negative ones.
The roof terrace is amazing. The whole roof space has covered seating areas with views out to the Nile. It has a swimming pool and sunbathing area, as well as a bar. You can also get food. The service was slow and they got most of the orders wrong, but the food that did arrive was pretty good.
The hotel lobby is fairly impressive with big sofas and you can get free wifi. The rooms were ok, quite a good size but the air conditioning was really noisy and a bit hit and miss, given it was 48 degrees outside you couldn't really do without it. The whole place was decorated in a 1920s style, dark blue and gold, which was a bit odd but it seemed to work. There were also a few shops in the lobby and on the first floor, but they seemed to have been abandoned. The breakfast was fine, the usual buffet style stuff. The toilets in the lobby were revolting, and the taps didn't work at all.
The immediate area was ok, you can head up towards the King's Head Pub and there are several shops where you can buy souvenirs including jewelery, but you get A LOT of hassle going up and down the street.
All in all this is a good enough base for a short stay in Luxor, but it is probably worth shopping around to see what else is available if you're traveling independently.
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