New Windsor Hotel

Address: Nefertiti Street, Luxor, Nile River Valley, Egypt | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Nefertiti Street, Luxor, is near Abu Simbel, Temple of Abu Simbel, Temple of Philae, and Unfinished Obelisk.
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        • Swimming pool
        • Restaurant
        • Fitness/Health center

        TravelPod Member ReviewsNew Windsor Hotel Luxor

        Reviewed by cornsilog1

        Glad we only stayed 1 night!

        Reviewed Sep 30, 2011
        by (2 reviews) , Saudi Arabia Flag of Saudi Arabia

        It was a sad little hotel, really. There was a lift that didn't work. our room had dust bunnies all over the place, and the bathroom maybe needed cleaning like, last month. There was slow wifi but they promptly passworded it as soon as they saw my friends iPad. Their restaurant looked like nobody's eaten there for a long time. Their pool looked green and funky so we took a pass on that as well. Oh and there was a girl hanging by the hallway who was always giving us the creepy eye every time we walked by... the only plus is its location. Its a short walk to Luxor Temple and the souq.

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

        TripAdvisor Reviews New Windsor Hotel Luxor

        2.50 of 5 stars Fair

        Travel Blogs from Luxor

        Arrival and first day

        A travel blog entry by tandlwilkins on Nov 03, 2015

        7 photos

        Thick fog over Heathrow, and indeed most of Western Europe, meant that flights in and out of London, as well as Paris, Germany and Holland, were cancelled or delayed. In a way we were lucky In that we were only delayed four and a half hours, but at least it went, although it meant that we didn't get to the hotel till 3 a.m. Today was always planned as a relatively gentle day to allow for such things, so a leisurely start at 10 a.m. to go to look ...

        Day 7 - Hot Air Balloon & Valley of the Kings

        A travel blog entry by arigney87 on May 22, 2015

        ... and used as a symbol for joy since they would dance around and greet the sun every day. Snakes were considered bad spirits, and were used as a way to warn against dangers. One of my favorite images was a big fat and happy crocodile, right at the entrance.

        There were also warnings on the walls, threatening genies to not live here. (Apparently genies were creatures that liked to live in closed rooms, so there were paintings of people upside down without heads meant to ...

        Death (of Tourism) on The Nile

        A travel blog entry by kathystravels on Apr 14, 2015

        1 comment, 16 photos

        ... the stones. This resulted in 11 of the great columns losing their foundations and falling over – oops! It wasn’t all bad news; on the plus side, almost 800 granite statues and over 17,000 bronze effigies were unearthed once the site was drained.

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        Luxor & Valley of the Kings

        A travel blog entry by lcerbin on Jan 14, 2015

        4 photos

        ... Most impressive were the tombs of the lead artists from the temples, which were simple and small, but in pristine condition, the paintings appearing as if they were painted yesterday. Our last stop on the tourist train was at Karnak Temple. This was a massive temple dedicated to the God, Amun. North of Luxor, it's grounds covered 60 acres, with many many buildings added by different pharaohs throughout the middle and new kingdoms. It was not very ...

        Luxor, Egypt

        A travel blog entry by that_crazy_one on Nov 06, 2014

        So, we decided to book a last minute trip to Luxor, Egypt and wow! I am so glad we did. We were worried after seeing the news about the unrest and the riots and the threat of terror but Luxor is so friendly!

        We have seen some crazy things since we arrived, mainly on the roads. There is a mixture of cars, buses, caleches, donkeys and carts and motorbikes sometimes carrying a whole family. We saw two adults and three children on one bike!
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