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My husband and I stayed at Amon in February, 2018. We loved it! The garden really makes the hotel (the pictures here don't do it justice). The people were very friendly and hospitable. And the food was fabulous! Everytime Ahmed ordered a dish for us...More
We know this hotel since more than 20 years and love to stay here every time. It is a perfect place to start tours on the westbank of Luxor and with the ferry you need less then 20 minutes to be in the city of...More
Had a very nice stay in Amon Hotel while visiting the sites in and around Luxor at the beginning of December.
The hotel is very clean, meals are delicious and the owners and the staff are exceptional :-)
We stayed at this hotel in early December 2017. The hotel is charming with a wonderful garden for eating our meals. The staff is so very accommodating and friendly. I would highly recommend this hotel for anyone traveling to Luxor. I felt very contented in...More
Loved this hotel. Beautiful setting, nicest staff, great food. My room had a great balcony overlooking the garden. Tucked away in a great little neighborhood, walkable access to the river to take the ferry. Highly recommended.
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There are no guarantees in life but, as a single female who has travelled to Luxor alone about 16 times, I was happy to return there last November.> Temples, etc. are less visited because of the lack of tourists and so... More
There are no guarantees in life but, as a single female who has travelled to Luxor alone about 16 times, I was happy to return there last November.> Temples, etc. are less visited because of the lack of tourists and so easier for viewing and photography. Enjoy!