I spent two nights here, driving out and back to Luxor (there is now a weekly Dakhla/Cairo flight!). My room was large, so breezy that I needed to shut the windows at night and comfortable, in an eco-lodge kind of way.
They recently changed their pricing from dollars to Euros which makes this MUCH more expensive for American tourists. The car to / from Luxor is also charged in Euros and is also expensive.
The vast majority of their clients are German or Swiss.
My first night there the hotel was full so they had a folkloric dance performance. The troop that performed was excellent.
I didn't use the small thermal pool - I couldn't get past the rusty red colored water - and the water was lukewarm, not hot, so I didn't see the point.
Internet was two PCs at $6 / 30 minutes. No WiFi.