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?
Travelers also looked at:
- More recommendations
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Morris Hotel Luxor
Travel Blogs from Luxor
... partly excavated chambers and scrambling down, down, down to reach the known ends, lit only by torchlight. So Indiana Jones! Next the tombs of merneptah, seti 2, Siptah, the son of seti 2, and tauset, wife of seti 2 and pharoah in her own right, but whose tomb was then reused and extended by her husband Sethnakhte. A special bonus was that it being the anniversary of the opening of the tomb of Tutankhamen it was not only open, but free to enter. We've ...
... biggest fans of Luxor... Fortunately the next day was incredible. We started by seeing the Valley of the Kings. Our tour guide, Mustafa (whom we fondly refer to as Mufasa), was an incredibly knowlegable, accommodating elderly man who toated his blue binder with illustrations of the tombs and temples along with him. The valley of the Kings contains all of the graves for the pharaohs from the new kingdom dynasties 18-20. The valley is literally that, sitting in ...
... give, do. I didn't. I ended up overpaying for a dress that ended up being far too big. Hopefully the karma will come back to me in other ways. We continued to drive for another couple of hours until we made it to Luxor. I was tired and just wanted to get a bit of wifi. I had a dream that my ex had finally accepted my friend request on facebook because he was curious about me and wanted to look at my photos. I was so happy, I needed to check to see if ...
... with hummus, vegetables, and cheap meat, though it seemed to me more like an Egyptian burrito). So your food was between 4 LE - 10 LE ($0.57-1.45), or if you wanted to splurge on kofta (a minced meat kebab), vegetables, rice, and bread, only 20-25 LE (~$3-3.50). But once you start doing the tourist stuff, which is the whole reason you're there, your daily costs jump. More so since they raised the prices on entrance fees and the tourist train (which I successfully avoided) due to ...
... French too, and Spanish, and just about every language that any tourist might speak. And many of them are quite fluent. Impressive, really.
Our bus then stopped at a store for Egyptian essential oils. They let us try a few and gave a menu of available oils. I wonder what happens if you use the Harem Oil.
Our next stop was the Cairo airport. We had to drive through military checkpoints and past tanks to get to the airport. Everywhere ...