Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Little Garden hotel

Property type: Hotel
Contact: Barbara Thomas
Address: Radwan street, from Television street
City: Luxor
Postalcode: xxx xxx
Phone: 0020952279090
Fax: 0020952278080
Daily prices Lowest: 16.00EUR Highest: 26.00EUR
Weekly prices Lowest: 112.00EUR Highest: 182.00EUR


We have 25 rooms all with private bathroom, Balcony and Air conditioning. Two of these rooms are suites which also have a private terrace overlooking our garden with seating area and sun beds. We also have 2 oriental style rooms decorated in the Nubian style with 4 poster beds which are very romantic and suitable for honeymooners.

The hotel has 3 restaurants serving a delicious selection of Egyptian and European foods. The first of these restaurants being in our beautiful little garden, a small oasis in the centre of the city. The second is on our first floor and is fully air conditioned and the 3rd is a rooftop oriental restaurant where our guests can enjoy traditional Egyptian food in an authentic Egyptian atmosphere. Also on our roof top we have a sheesha (water pipe) corner where guests can enjoy smoking the Egyptian way. Parties can be organized on the roof for groups with traditional entertainment, i.e. Belly dancers, Nubian stick dancers and sofi dancers all accompanied by live Egyptian music.

Individual and group bookings are available and we are very popular with backpackers.

Tours to the historic sites of Luxor and the surrounding towns are available on request.

Hotel facilities:
Breakfast services, Excursions informations, Fax service, Internet corner, Laundry service, Lobby, Luggage room, Patio, Public telephone, Restaurant, Tourist information, Umbrellas and sunbeds
Room facilities:
A/C, Balcony/terrace for every room, Privat bathroom/ensuite, Refrigerator, Room service, TV

The hotel is right in the centre of Luxor. Approximately 10 minutes walk from the railway station. Luxor international airport is only a 15 minute taxi ride away. We are very close to Luxor temple and the river Nile where you can get the ferry across to the west bank which is the home of the Valley of the Kings.

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