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Thebes Hotel

Cairo Road to Western Aswan, Luxor 12345 Egypt
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#13 of 46 B&Bs / Inns in Luxor
Thebes hotel is located in Luxor, within 1 km of Colossi of Memnon. Boasting a 24-hour front desk, featuring free WiFi. This property also provides guests with a restaurant and a bar at the rooftop. The rooms are fitted with a terrace. Rooms come complete with a private bathroom equipped with a bath or shower, hair dryer, free toiletries, while some units at Thebes hotel also offer a seating area. The units at the accommodation include air conditioning, minibar and a desk. Thebes hotel offers an outdoor pool, heated in winter. Continental & vegetarian breakfast. Cycling is among the activities that guests can enjoy near the hotel. Medinet Habu Temple is at walking distance from Thebes hotel. Valley of the Kings, Deir el Bahari, Rameseum just a few km from Thebes hotel. Ferry to Luxor Eastbank at 2 km, to visit Karnak & Luxor temples. Luxor International Airport is at 28 km. Airport transfer can be organised.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Public wifi
Free breakfast
Bicycle rental
Airport transportation
Meeting rooms
Rooftop terrace
Pool / beach towels
Rooftop pool
Outdoor pool
Bar / lounge
Breakfast available
Rooftop bar
Baggage storage
Outdoor furniture
Sun deck
Sun loungers / beach chairs
Sun terrace
Sun umbrellas
Dry cleaning
Laundry service
Ironing service
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Room features
Air conditioning
Interconnected rooms available
Private bathrooms
Tile / marble floor
Electric kettle
Room types
Family rooms
Smoking rooms available
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Languages Spoken
English, Arabic
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aldeasha wrote a review Jan 16
Manchester, United Kingdom21 contributions7 helpful votes
The hotel is on the West Bank, so it takes a bit longer to get than others across the river, but it’s a ten minute taxi ride to the valley of the Kings’ temples. The location is perfect if you’re visiting for the history. The room was spacious and spotlessly clean. Fahd and the rest of the staff we met were friendly, helpful and professional. The food was good, but the best thing by a mile was the view from the rooftop bar/restaurant. I would totally recommend this place and will be staying there again the next time I return to Luxor.
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Date of stay: January 2021Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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mothersearthhoney wrote a review Feb 2020
Brattleboro, Vermont36 contributions4 helpful votes
The view is spectacular, the food was amazing and everyone was very kind. Although, we asked for a room for 3 people, told us there wasn't one and made us book 2 rooms but one of us had a room with 3 beds, that was disappointing. Great location
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Date of stay: February 2020
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Response from MOHAMED ABU NAGA, Owner at Thebes Hotel
Responded Feb 28, 2020
We very much appreciate your comments regarding your stay at Thebes Hotel. It is always nice to hear that our guests leave with a good feeling and remember with pleasure their stay with us at Thebes Hotel. It motivates us and the staff to always do the best for our dear guests. I have viewed your comment about triple room. There was never a triple room reserved. You did ask me before if you could stay in your girlfriend's room on your later arrival. That was no problem either. When you checked in at the reception it was my colleague. You asked him to have a room close to your girlfriend. After which he changed the room that was reserved, a double room, to a room close to your girlfriend. That room happened to be a triple room! But that was never booked as a triple. My colleague did what best met your desires. He also gave you free late check out. Our entire staff always does its utmost to give our guests the best possible stay. We are pleased that you had a good stay with us at Thebes hotel and wish you a good day.
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Kimbrini wrote a review Jan 2020
Canterbury, United Kingdom554 contributions171 helpful votes
Thebes Hotel is small and family run, the rooms are large and the balconies are big, and I think our bed was actually super-king size (I think various bed types are available, so check). However, it is basically appointed - the bathroom we had wasn’t luxurio but it was cleaned daily and always had plentiful hot water. The top floor pool area is really wonderful with far reaching views 360 degrees including being able to see the Valley of the Kings and Hatshepsut’s Temple, plus balloons taking off in the morning. The Nile is a lovely 25 minute walk down a dusty road, passing children, a couple of tiny shops, camels, donkeys and horses. This hotel offers a basic style room but it has a massive heart and is situated amongst local people so that you really see what life in Egypt is like. We loved it. ❤️
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
3 Helpful votes
Response from MOHAMED A, Manager at Thebes Hotel
Responded Jan 3, 2020
We thank you for taking time to tell us about your experience at Thebes Hotel. Certainly very useful information also for guests in the future who would still have practical questions. It is always better to hear it from guests who have stayed there than from us. You gave a very accurate description of our hotel. It is always good to hear that our guests leave with a good feeling. We hope to welcome you again in our hotel. Best regards, reception Thebes hotel
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Phil900 wrote a review Nov 2019
Shefford, United Kingdom2,869 contributions58 helpful votes
We stayed at the Thebes hotel for 5 nights, I selected this hotel due to the price being very reasonable, the reviews on TA, photos of the hotel and rooms, location, being close to West bank sites. I booked the hotel through its own web site communicating with the hotel via email for a room high up for the views and two single beds. We were very happy with our room, granting all we required, the air-conditioning was good keeping the room cool at night. Lovely view from the balcony looking over towards the mountains with nice comfortable chairs on the balcony. Beds were comfortable, extra blanket in the room if required. There wasn’t a safe or kettle but requested both and they were quick brought. The room was cleaned every day plus we had towel art every day. The room was as you would expect in a 3 star hotel. We had a fridge but no TV but didn’t expect or want one. The top floor was the restaurant and pool, views are spectacular, also breakfast is taken there, didn’t realized till the last day but we could go up an extra floor. There is a room right at the top like a penthouses, assumed that area was for that room but there is a resting area next to it and and then another level further up to a viewing platform with table and chairs right at the very top giving a 360 degree panoramic view of the surrounding area. The swimming pool area has sun loungers and towels can be obtained from the staff there. There is a lift to all floors. Unfortunately we never eat there, but our entertainment for the evening was going over to the East bank walking round the town and finding a restaurant to eat in. Breakfast was fine for us, but if you are picky it could be a problem. There was no choice, roughly the same every day. The waiter would being it out once you sat down, so, if I can remember, a plate with a square of soft cheese, slice or two of tomato, cucumber, olive, maybe grated carrot. Another plate with a yoghurt, jam, honey, butter, cheese triangle. Another dish with sections of pitta bread. Banana, Jug with hot water for tea or coffee, plus a glass of fresh juice. We were also asked if we wanted an omelette, I had it on one occasion and it was fine. On one occasion a small plate of cut fruit. The location is just over a mile from the Nile, the hotel is set back down a narrow mud alley sometimes with people sitting out and occasionally children playing giving the feeling that it’s amongst the local community. It gets narrower towards the hotel, too narrow for a car to fit, usually there was a car parked near the entrance so unable for taxis to enter. The hotel has a nice shaded courtyard which was nice to sit in while I waited for my friend. The hotel is right next to a local school which must be around 4 floors high, so if you want to guarantee a view over the mountains you need to be on the 4th floor as the school is between the hotel and mountains. Although it looked like some rooms could look round it or off into the countryside. The school could be a bit noisy in the morning with young children. This did not bother us and found it quite interesting, it’s possible to see partway into some of the classroom windows, you could see them recite or more likely shout their work. But the school is closed Friday to Sunday. We got up early one morning to watch the balloons think there must have been 7 or 8 up. You get a close up view of some of the balloons as some can land quite close. The Colossi of Memnon and ticket office is about a mile up the road we did walk it but but I wouldn’t again, it is possible to hail a service bus costing 2LE. From the ticket office it is possible to walk to Deir el-Medina and Ramesseum but once we had walked round Deir el-Medina, with the heat we used a taxi to take us to Ramesseum due to the heat and feeling tired. You could ask reception to organise transport, to sites etc. But if you can find a driver yourself it’s easier to work out a cheeper price rather than the hotel doing it. There was a lecture on our first night, very well attended we only just squeezed in about the findings at a local site, very interesting but a little over my head, there was another the week we left which the lady who ran the hotel said would be very interesting. We found Google maps helpful during our stay, either working out how far it was to walk to the sites or find a restaurant in the evening, so recommended getting a data SIM, we got ours on arrival at Hugharda airport. I have been to Luxor many times previously always staying in one of the bigger hotels on the East bank, so this was my first experience of staying on the West bank and I enjoyed it, from using the local ferry up to 2 crossings a day to using the service buses which I had only done once before with a friend. So I thoughly enjoyed our stay at the Thebes hotel. Found all the staff friendly and willing to help and would book again on future visits.
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Date of stay: November 2019Trip type: Traveled with friends
5 Helpful votes
Response from MOHAMED A, Manager at Thebes Hotel
Responded Nov 14, 2019
Dear guests, we are very happy with your extensive comment about the hotel, the location, the facilities. Certainly very useful information also for guests who would still have practical questions. It is always better to hear it from guests who have stayed there than from us. We take your comment about breakfast into consideration and discuss how we can make it even better in the future. I remember that you had certain questions about staying on this side of the Nile because, as you mentioned, you usually stayed on the east side. The Westbank has a lot to offer and it is also easy to go to the other side, with local transportation as I told you then. I am glad you followed the advice and had an excellent holiday. We look forward to welcoming you again at Thebes hotel next time! Best regards from Thebes hotel team
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pakhet wrote a review Nov 2019
Sydney, Australia144 contributions90 helpful votes
I stayed 8 days at The Thebes Hotel. I could not fault the hotel or staff. Very clean, friendly helpful staff and excellent food. The pool on the rooftop is wonderful. Close to all types of transport. I will definitely stay there on my next trip to Luxor.
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Date of stay: November 2019Trip type: Traveled solo
Response from MOHAMED A, Manager at Thebes Hotel
Responded Nov 11, 2019
We very much appreciate your comments regarding your stay at Thebes Hotel. It is always nice to hear that our guests leave with a good feeling and remember with pleasure their stay with us at Thebes Hotel. It motivates us and the staff to always do the best for our dear guests. we are very pleased that we have guests, becoming regular guests, who will choose us from now on. Best regards and hopefully until next time!
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Frequently Asked Questions about Thebes Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Thebes Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Temple of Karnak (2.1 miles), ACE - Animal Care in Egypt (1.3 miles), and Tomb of Queen Nefertari (2.2 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Thebes Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a rooftop bar, free breakfast, and a pool.
Which room amenities are available at Thebes Hotel?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a desk.
What food & drink options are available at Thebes Hotel?
Guests can enjoy a rooftop bar, free breakfast, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Thebes Hotel?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Thebes Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Al-Sahaby Lane Restaurant, Aisha Restaurant, and Sofra Restaurant & Cafe.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Thebes Hotel?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Does Thebes Hotel have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Thebes Hotel offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are any cleaning services offered at Thebes Hotel?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Thebes Hotel?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Arabic.
Are there any historical sites close to Thebes Hotel?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Temple of Karnak (2.1 miles), Valley of the Artisans (Deir el-Medina) (1.8 miles), and Howard Carter House (2.4 miles).