Egypt - Aswan - Accommodation


A perfect place to relax in some of the most beautiful natural surroundings in Egypt. The Resort is set on an island in the middle of the River Nile in one of the most enchanting natural locations.

Nestled on its own arcadian island on the Nile in colourful Nubia, a five-minute boat ride from the centre of Aswan is a photographer's and bird watchers delight. Nearby Kitchener's Island is the setting for mature botanical gardens, with species from all points of the globe, and a 180 degree turn of the head will bring the tombs of the Nobles into view.
The Movenpick Resort Aswan is unparalleled as a base to absorb Nubian culture or to visit the monumental works of the ancient and modern Egyptians at Abu Simbel, the Aswan High Dam and Lake Nasser. Aswan must be the most attractive city in Egypt, perched as it is on the banks and hills lining the Nile as it makes its way through large granite outcrops found along this stretch of the river. These are the famous Nile cataracts, which made navigation on the river difficult and resulted in Aswan becoming a strategic gateway to the trading routes of the south, and a fortress against invasion.

230 newly-renovated rooms offer luxurious comfort combined with the warm colours and unique design of Nubian art and architecture. You will enjoy stunning views of the River Nile from the balconies of 96 standard rooms while an additional 45 standard rooms and 39 superior rooms, located in the new 'Nile Wing'. Keeping you and your families in mind, we offer 38 spacious duplex suites each with its own terrace leading to the gardens, in addition to 4 deluxe villas with 2 bedrooms and 4 royal villas.

All rooms, suites and villas are equipped with air-conditioning, direct-dial phone, internet access, satellite TV, mini-bar, in-room safe, hairdryer and a cosmetic mirror. To slake your hunger and quench your thirst, in-room dining is available round the clock.


Includes Buffet Breakfast Daily

Price Per Person Per Night in AUD

StandardNile View
1/5/13 - 31/7/13113726817510389
1/8/13 - 30/9/13124797518611096
1/10/13 - 31/10/13153104100215135121