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Hotels in Luxor

Hotels in Luxor

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Key Info

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Currency & Cost

The currency used in Luxor is the Egyptian pound.

£10 = 4 bottles of beer, or 2 three-course dinners.

Languages

The most commonly spoken language is Egyptian Arabic.

Local Time

2 hours ahead of UK Time

Frequently Asked Questions

Like the rest of Egypt, Luxor has a hot, desert climate and is one of the sunniest, driest cities in the world owing to its close proximity to the equator. Temperatures reach into the 40s during the months of June, July and August and summers can be very long. The great thing about Luxor though is that temperatures stay hot all year round, making it an ideal place to grab some much needed winter sun.
Choose hotels in the East Bank to be near significant historical landmarks. It’s a 20-minute walk to Luxor Temple on the east bank of the Nile. Here, you can marvel at the Avenue of Sphinxes, the Court of Rameses II and the Court of Amonhotep III. A seven-minute drive from here takes you to the Karnak Temple, where ruins of temples, chapels and pylons lie, documenting life in Egypt.Families taking a break in Egypt should opt for hotels in Luxor to be sure of seeing the area’s beautiful landscape. Take a boat trip to Banana Island, where you can all wander the banana trees and papyrus fields. It’s a nine-minute drive from the centre of Luxor to Luxor Museum. This multi-floored building is packed with artefacts dating from the Old Kingdom to the Mamluk period.To be near the Valley of the Kings, go for hotels in the West Bank. From here it’s a 15-minute drive to see the ancient burial ground. You can view jaw-dropping pharaoh’s tombs decorated with intricate hieroglyphics, including Rameses V, Rameses VI and Seti I. Ten minutes by car and you’ll see the Valley of the Queens. There are about 75 tombs of the wives of pharaohs, including Nefertari’s tomb.Hotels in Luxor are perfect for a couples’ getaway. Plenty of companies offer hot air balloon rides so you can see the West Bank and the River Nile from a bird’s-eye view. A cruise on the Nile is just as romantic, particularly if you choose to take to the water at sunset.

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