Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Special Offer for May and June

During these months we are offering 2 free places on our Quiet Tour for any new booking. Jane Akshar has developed the 'Quiet Tour' from her extensive knowledge of the less visited sites of Luxor. This intimate tour offers you a chance to see a royal tomb, nobles tombs and a temple and often be the only tourist there. Certainly there will be none of the crowds normally in evidence at the more popular sites with thousands of visitors passing through places like the Valley of Kings.

Please quote QT1 when making your booking

Flats in Luxor - the only West Bank flats with a swimming pool

Yes the weather is already starting to heat up and we have people enjoying the luxury of our swimming pool. Certainly access to a pool makes a lot of difference to enjoying Egypt's fabulous sunshine, especially with kids.
Next to the pool we have a shady garden to relax in or there is our roof terrace for the serious sunbather complete with pool table.
We pride ourselves on our communal facilities making Flats in Luxor so much more than just a self catering apartment.

Thursday, February 15, 2007

Rough Guide to Egypt

I heard today that Flats in Luxor will be included in the new Rough Guide to Egypt. This makes us the only flats to be recommended by both the Lonely Planet and the Rough Guide. And after only 3 years of operating.

Remember Flats in Luxor have 3 blocks of flats, one on the East Bank near the Isis hotel and ideal for those that enjoy culture and nightlife in Luxor. One in rural West Bank about 2 miles from the ferry that will be opening in summer 2007 and of course the original Al Gezira flats on the edge of the village and 10 minutes walk from the ferry. Both our West Bank blocks of flats have swimming pools and other facilities.

Flats in Luxor is proud of it's international reputation and the high quality of its flats and their communal areas. This is reflected in their inclusion in both Rough Guide and Lonely Planet.

An American Eye View of Egypt

We have have just had a most interesting family arrive at my flats and I thought readers of the blog, especially Americans might be interested to see what they have thought of Egypt so far.