I came to Medinat Habu at the very end of my Luxor experience having already been to Karnak, Luxor Temple, Valley of the Kings, and the Amenhotep temple. Our guide for the day suggested that we go to Medinat Habu instead of the Valley of the Queens because "there's nothing to see there right now." I now regret my decision, mostly because I feel like I didn't spend as much time as I would have liked to in the Valley of the Kings. After having visited Medinat Habu and feeling like it's just another temple I wish I would have taken the opportunity to see more tombs instead. That being said, Medinat Habu is incredibly well preserved and the new experience it offered was seeing by far the deepest hieroglyphic carvings out of anywhere in egypt.