Hidden away in it's own quiet oasis on the west bank of the river Nile opposite Luxor, this hotel was a perfect retreat to escape the hustle and hassle of people in general.
The staff were all locals except the GM, who was a German lady. All were very friendly and helpful and we could not really fault the service. We were even offered a free evening meal on our last day as a thank you for staying at the hotel during the unrest Egypt was experiencing around this time.
Going the extra mile: my wife particularly enjoyed the fig jam over breakfast, and when they ran out, they went down to the local shops to source some more. Each morning was a brand new unopened jar of fig jam. How's that for service.
The room and grounds were a delight. Food was good and local wine very palatable. We could not find much to fault and would recommend to anyone.
The acid test, would we go back to this hotel: yes, certainly.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Al Moudira Hotel is a very unique, privately owned boutique hotel in Luxor, resembling an oriental palace with its courtyards, fountains, archways, domed ceilings, and lush gardens.Al Moudira Hotel Luxor is located between the desert and farm fields on the West Bank; close to the Valley of the Kings and Queens, and is roughly 25 minutes from Luxor International Airport and ca. 15 minutes from the Nile.All of the guest bedrooms at Al Moudira Hotel are individually decorated and furnished. The spacious rooms with sitting area and hand painted murals are equipped with climate control, telephone, satellite TV, mini bar, room safe, hair dryer and full-sized bathroom with tub / shower. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Al Moudira Luxor
- Hotel Al Moudira