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Daily Travel Inspiration: 2 September 2014

Al Moudira


Egypt

Imagine a thousand and one Arabian Nights with a touch of French romance and you start to get the idea. Then throw in the Valley of the King's and the Tomb of Queen Nefertiti, and the magic of Al moudira comes alive. This is Egypt how we want it to be: romantic, mysterious, and exotic.

Daily Travel Inspiration: 2 September 2014

Al Moudira


Egypt

Although the hotel is too far from the Nile to be able to see it, the view is surprisingly bucolic. An unspoiled vista of local surrounding farming land.

Daily Travel Inspiration: 2 September 2014

Al Moudira


Egypt

The glamour of a Sultan's harem, not very far from Luxor's Valley of the Kings. With it's exotic, domed ceiling's, sunken mosaic baths, traditional moushrabiya screens and vaulted bed chambers, Al Moudira lets you know in the most charismatic way imaginable that you are indeed in the land of a 1001 Arabian Knights.

Daily Travel Inspiration: 2 September 2014

Al Moudira


Egypt

The restaurant is a clever combination of French formality and Egyptian style. It is the type of dining room you might expect to find in an Agatha Christie novel.

Daily Travel Inspiration: 2 September 2014

Al Moudira


Egypt

From $290 per night.

Daily Travel Inspiration: 2 September 2014

Al Moudira


Egypt

Al Moudira is not a hotel in the traditional sense. Guests are housed in ground floor apartments or free standing bungalows with unique, distinguishing features such as elaborate baths in the middle of the living room, private Hammam and enormous domed ceilings above the brass, four poster beds.

Daily Travel Inspiration: 2 September 2014

Al Moudira


Egypt

From $290 per night.

Daily Travel Inspiration: 2 September 2014

Al Moudira


Egypt

Close enough to the Valley of the Kings and the temple of Luxor, to get there in less than fifteen minutes, yet far enough away to be in blissful ignorance of the mass tourism that the Nile attracts.