Alf Leila Boutique Hotel.
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Alf Leila Boutique Hotel.
TripAdvisor Reviews Alf Leila Boutique Hotel. Dahab
Travel Blogs from Dahab
Woke up at 5.15am (yes, a very un-holiday time) & since I couldn't go back to sleep, I decided I might as well get up & go for a walk to watch the sunrise. Sunrise & sunset are (of course) photographers' golden hours as the light is so beautiful at this time of day ... it's just that I hardly ever see the sunrise as I'm in bed!
The sunrise was very pretty & I took lots of photos before returning to the hotel ...
... font-size: 15.555556297302246px; font-style: inherit; margin: 0px; outline: 0px; padding: 0px; vertical-align: baseline;">The beard provides lots of entertainment; Sam
... Not many tourists make it to this site and the Nubian sellers are anxious for a sale of their artefacts, and a few of our group happily oblige. It is another beautiful day and just a bit milder. Perhaps winter is coming after all. Another motor boat ride followed by a short bus trip and we arrive at the Aswan High Dam where we have a brief look around followed by lunch at the ...
... officer, this time not at all trying to hide the uzzi machine gun he carries in his hand. The wind is pleasantly cool and the sky is cloudless hinting that the day will be another unseasonally hot one. The desert sand is a sharp contrast to the blueish water of Lake Nasser. This temple too was dismantled in 1964 and moved to its current site only 4km west of its original location. Tarek is sure the camel-man will be here with his ...
... I finally got the confidence among a whole bunch of girls already doing the same thing.
I went out for dinner with a guy who couldn't believe the way that guys stopped whatever they were doing just to stare at me. He absolutely lost it laughing at one guy who was half way through lifting a cup of tea to his mouth and just completely paused to stare. Now all I have to look forward to is that horrible bus journey back to Cairo!