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Local Area Shopping

A luxury shopping arcade front of the hotel offers a wide selection of items, from Egyptian handicrafts to gold and diamond jewelry .Luxor's shopping district is nearby

Tour of Luxor's antiquities 

Named by the Greek poet Homer as "Thebes of the thousand gates ,"Luxor was the center of power for almost 1,500 years. The name "luxor" means "the palaces" in Arabic and reflects the city's rich array of magnificent temples and tombs. During the 7 th century B.C., the Assyrians invaded Egypt and left the city of Thebes in ruin. Happily, today's "invaders" are visitors who arrive in Luxor to view the remnants of a truly magnificent civilization

Within the confines of Luxor are some of the grandest monuments of the ancient world .on the East Bank are the splendid temples of Luxor and Karnak as well as the Luxor Museum, which houses an impressive collection of local antiquities

An overwhelming display of complex gateways, ruined temples, ancient chapels, gigantic columns and majestic obelisks, make the luxor an extraordi tribute to the ancient Egyptians. On the West Bank are the Valley of Kings and Valley of Queens, both profusions of historic and artistic wealth, where the temples of Hatchepshut and Ramses II stand in magnificent contrast to the unmarked tombs of the pharaohs hidden underground

The East Bank

This unforgettable excursion begins with a drive to the luxor temple which was built by two great pharaohs-Amenhoteb I I I and Ramses II . After touring the temple, you will travel along an avenue of ram-headed Sphinxes, extending for about 2miles, which links the luxor templeith the karnak temple, the main center of worship in ancient Egypt. No site in the world makes a more overwhelming and lasting impression than the temple of all temple

Karnak Sound & Light Show

The history and drama of the temple of karnak are presented every evining in an unforgettab sound and light show at the huge complex of karnak

 The West Bank

Don't  miss the valley of the Kings and Queens and temple of hatchepsut located on the West Bank of the Nile.Begin your journey by crossing the Nile from luxor and visiting the valley of the kings, which includes the tombs of the theban rulers, seti I and tut ankh amun. Next, tour,

The mortuary temple of hatchepsut, the only woman pharaoh to rule ancient Egypt. You will also want to visit the Valley of the Queens and

Tombs of the Nobles, which are Also on the west bank. Also included in this excursion is a visit to the mortuary temple of  Medinet Habu,

Erected by and for Ramses II.

Local Attractions

Luxor International 11.3 km/7.0 miles
Luxor Temple 3.1 km/ 1.9 miles
Mummification Museum 3.1 km/2.0 miles
Luxor Train station 3.2 km/2.0 miles
Luxor city center 3.2 km/ 2.0 miles
Luxor Museum 5.0 km/3.1 miles
Luxor convention center 6.9 km/4.3 miles
Karnak temple 7.0 km/4.3 miles
The valley of the queens 13.0 km/8.1 miles
The valley of the kings 13.0 km/8.1 miles