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Reviewed April 17, 2014

Hotel Abbas (Abu Simbel Tourist Village) 100LE bed only, ensuite Imagine a young backpacker making his way through the deserts of Africa, dry, dusty and tired. The small village of Abu Simbel is an expensive place to stay compared to much of Egypt. Yet here is a place that can offer a bed, hot and cold water to shower, and...

6Thank TheBigStick
brabant belgique
Reviewed February 23, 2013

keep away, the Noubaleh isn't great but this is a new low. The rooms are filthy, the shower and lavatory are the filthiest ever. The aircon works and the manager gave us an anti-mosquito spray. No sheets

3Thank bikernerd
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Reviewed January 30, 2012

The best thing about this place was the people who ran it and the silence at night. Rooms were very basic but clean enough. There was the odd mosquito. The staff were pleasantly relaxed and did not try to sell us anything. You can easily walk to the temple site from here. No breakfast but it is only a short...

7Thank Annemarie G
Wellington, New Zealand
Reviewed October 22, 2011

Not much choice around that i could see for cheopo backpackers, the nubian??? hotel across from where the local bus stops wanted 80LE for a room but i chose to stay At the village as the guy there was freindly enough and spoke good english which was helpful. Very basic and not very clean room....i did walk to the temples...

6Thank kiwigazza
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed November 12, 2009

My friends and I wanted to spend a night in Abu Simbel to avoid the crowd and to see the light and sound show at night. There are not many hotels there so we chose the cheapest one, Abu Simbel Village. This place is very expensive for the value. The room was a little bit filthy. The hostel is also...

5Thank alexcuesta
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Address: Abu Simbel, Egypt
Location: Egypt > Nile River Valley > Aswan Governorate > Abu Simbel
Number of rooms: 30
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