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I travel to Luxor often for work and pleasure. This trip I had lunch/dinner several times at the Amon hotel and it was great! Both dine in and take out (yes, they do that) are well done and the chef is quite good. The staff...More
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Response from Mohammed S, Owner at Amon Hotel LuxorResponded 19 May 2017
Well back home after another month at this hotel.4th time here. Well sıtuated for visits to valley of the kings queens ramasseum temple medinet habu collosi of memnon and others.The owners mohammed and hıs father not only run it but also organıse tours on the...More
My friend and I had dinner at the Amon Hotel. As well as a hotel, you can go there for lunch or dinner only.
The food is lovely, and lots of it, and the service is great. The restaurant is outside in the amazing tropical...More
I was visiting Amon Hotel for the 3rd time now, last time was in January 2016. Nice and friendly staff. Very helpful owner and manager. You get assistance for all trips you are planning. Delicous food. Beautiful Garden. Clean air conditioned rooms. Sun bathing on...More
I am presently staying at Amon hotel in Luxor, Egypt on the West Bank. This is my fourth visit to this hotel. The hotel is just a few minutes walk from the local ferry which goes from the east bank to the West Bank ....More
Response from sophieadams | Reviewed this property |
There are no guarantees in life but, as a single female who has travelled to Luxor alone about 16 times, I was happy to return there last November.> Temples, etc. are less visited because of the lack of tourists and so... More
There are no guarantees in life but, as a single female who has travelled to Luxor alone about 16 times, I was happy to return there last November.> Temples, etc. are less visited because of the lack of tourists and so easier for viewing and photography. Enjoy!