The room was just ok, with a working fridge and, decent bathroom (the towels did not look clean) and a large bed. It was not desirable to not have a top sheet, as the furry comforter gave me a small rash on my arms and neck.
Upon check-in, I was asked if I wanted river view or pool view, and the view from my room was a bunch of pipes with no natural sunlight. Why not just be honest and tell me river view or no view? These people own a number of businesses around Luxor and are clearly 'suffering' because of the lack of tourists. Most of the lights were off in the hotel (I assume to save on utility costs?) and the breakfast consisted of 3 bread rolls, some jam & butter, a bit of cheese, and eggs (I am allergic to eggs so breakfast was weak). Overall, the cleaning and breakfast service staff were the only people who were pleasant and polite, and the hotel generally gave off a creepy vibe.
Upstairs where the pool is, the lawn chairs and recliners were all in terrible, disgusting shape. There is a nice view of the Temple of Hatshepsut across the Nile. I saw a couple of cats near my room (2nd floor) but I'm guessing they don't belong to anyone in particular.
Pros: a bug-free bed
Cons: -Dim lighting that makes the room look depressing
-no Wifi in the rooms (as advertised)
-manager was dismissive and a bit rude
-the pool was not clean
Location: Location is right next to an awesome terrace/ walking port beside the Nile.