Royal House Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Royal House Hotel Luxor
Travel Blogs from Luxor
... metres wide and high) and very long. Al tombs were unfinished as they pretty much worked on them from the Kings coronation to his death so if he died young then he only got a small tomb such as Tutukammen. We then returned to the Ramadus II to kill a couple of hours before our 'Go Bus' trip to Hurghada on the Red Sea. The 4 hour trip to the coast would eventually take 5 and a half hours as a ...
... Korean backpackers more afterward, especially the one staying in my hostel. While traveling with Dorothy, neither of us had the chance to interact with other travelers very much, so it was nice to connect to someone on a similar journey as me. He's an interesting fellow, he too served in the military and was a tank driver (similar tank to my m113). He deployed to Lebanon as a peacekeeper while he was in the military so he could save money for his ...
... as a king. She built some amazing additions to the temple and created some giant marble monoliths in dedication (one now sits in the square at Istanbul which we have seen!). After she died, her exiled stepson became King Tutmosis III and decided to remove her from history, he had all her names and pictures chiseled out from the temple (perfect chiseling, can see the outline of her body but no details and can see ring of her name but no symbols) but could not touch the ...
... Luxor, arriving in the evening and checking into an absolutely fantastic place—the Boomerang Hotel. The boy running the place, Omar, provided some of the best service we’ve received on all of our travels.
Luxor was the ancient capital of Thebes and some of Egypt’s most impressive history and findings are from the area. This includes the Karnak Temple Complex—a massive complex of temples over 2 ...
... sailing down the Nile.
Along the way we were bombarded by Egyptians selling their wares. They would come up to the moving cruise ship in their row boats and hitch a ride by grabbing onto the side of the boat. They would then proceed to call out to get our attention and then throw their goods up to the top deck (of a ...