Ratings based on 17 Verified Reviews

3.1 out of 5
47% of guests recommend
3.5 Room cleanliness
3.6 Service & staff
3.5 Room comfort
3.3 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
3 out of 5
by A verified traveler from Hong Kong

'Hot' hotel

Posted Jun 27, 2016
Pros: the stair case and the decoration in the entrance is the major attraction.
Cons: There is no LAN / WIFI inside the room. Free wifi is only available in lobby but difficult to connect. You cannot stay long since very hot.
Location: Big C extra, home pro and Central Plaza are around 50-80 baht nearby. In the basement of Central Plaza, there is a tops market.
I have sent email to the hotel either through the hotel web site input form or the email as stated in the web site for 3 times about the hotel facilities. I’ve got no answer. There are many tourist from the mainland china. It is better to communicate with the hotel staff with mandarin than English if you can. The day that I travel was 5/2016. The temperature is 37 degree Celsius. I was resident in the top floor, 7th floor. The air conditioner takes 4-5 hours in full power to cool down the room but it is still powerful enough. Basically out of the room, you will feel like you are in Egypt. There is no air conditioning at all. There is no bath tube inside and the room is filled with the smell of Sulfur. The smell vanishes on day 3. There is very few power outlet and are in Thai standard. One in sitting room, one near the mirror and 2 more inside the bedroom. There is one convenience store in the distance of 5 min. If you walk for another 3 min, there is a Japanese restaurant which open till midnight. At distance of 15 min, there is a local market that operate in afternoon. You better call a taxi by yourself by app or you have to pay 20 baht extra. Ready a map for return as more than 1/3 of taxi driver do not know this hotel. When you want to go to central plaza, pronounce as Centa Plaza. You can find good restaurant, and a cinema there. Next to the central plaza, there is a 7-11. But after 9 pm, all are gone. Tops market is at the basement
3 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveler

Posted Jun 30, 2015
Lovely staff... Great service. Just poor location, bit iscolated . Gym was rubbish
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveler from uk

egypt everywhere you look

Posted Jan 19, 2015
Pros: Breakfast,big room.
Almost an attraction in its own right this hotel has really gone for the Egypt theme..every surface seems to have an element of Egyptian decor. Big room,good shower,complimentary fruit,fast wifi,helpful staff...good breakfast. Hotel is not in one of the main tourist areas but is relatively convenient for the secondary Bangkok airport Don Meuang. Not much apart from a covenience store closeby. Would use again happily.
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveler

Near bts station.....walking distance easy to find

Posted Nov 16, 2014
Simple nice place to stop over n relax n walk to station ....not to worry n easy to find
1 out of 5
by A verified traveler

Remote location and not a good property

Posted Jul 2, 2014
Pros: The staff were polite
Cons: Everything
Location: Nothing close by other than a mall to get to the this mall costs about 65baht
Flies on the buffet breakfast. The rooms smelt of sewage carpets had a musty smell, air cons not serviced in years, gloomy lobby..
3 out of 5
by Reza from Kuala Lumpur

Beautiful but in the middle of no where.

Posted May 22, 2014
Pros: The design of the hotel is based on Egyptian culture which is very nice. The rooms are clean and the staffs are also friendly.
Cons: The hotel meals can be improved though, especially the breakfast which is for me is just "Ok". Nothing much to complaint about.
Location: In the middle of no where and no things to do nearby. Just served to be a place to sleep and rest and enjoy beautiful Egyptian designed hotel.
This hotel is located quite far from the city of Bangkok. You will need to take a taxi to get to the city and it will costs a lot of money. And basically there are nothing around this area except for one convenience shop I managed to find. If you don't mind to bear the cost of transportation then this hotel would be fine.
2 out of 5
by A verified traveler

4-day stay at Luxor

Posted Apr 17, 2014
1. It's far away from civilisation, and even convenience stores. Our taxi driver at the airport needed to call the hotel for guidance to get there. 2. Room (deluxe) was large and comfortable, but did not have maps, telephone directory or menu for room service. Restaurant staff came up to take our orders. 3. Mosquitoes roam the hotel, especially at night. We opted to order in after being bitten in the restaurant. 4. Staff showed typical Thai courtesy, but struggled wth English. 5. Most of their guests were tour groups = doors banging and loud conversations at night and early morning; rush for early buffet breakfast (we opted to eat at 9a.m.); staff struggling to cope at peak times. 6. Got free WiFi, but in 6 hour blocks. You got to get new userids from reception once you use them up. So, best to logout when you are done. Work in bursts!
5 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveler

Not within walking distance to Impact Arena

Posted Aug 11, 2013
Pros: It was a quite beautiful hotel and beds were really comfy
Cons: It was too far from the Impact Arena even though it was stated that it was very close
Location: It is down in a small street.
The staff was super friendly and helpful. The breakfast was okay, but free. It is unique in appearance and had many interesting decorations. It is difficult for taxis to find for some reason. I used it because it was close to the Impact Arena, but it was difficult to return to it even though it was not far from the Arena. Taxis either did not want to try to go there or didn't know how to go there and needed lots of help to get there. The traffic in the area is also quite bad so it is slow going. It was listed as being 1.97 K from the Impact Arena, but it seemed to be a great deal farther. If you want to be within walking distance like I wanted to be then the Luxor is not the place to stay. But, if you are not planning to go to the Arena and plan to see the area the Luxor is superb.
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by D S from India

Very Good

Posted Apr 8, 2013
Location: not many people are knowing about the location of Hotel, but I found it nicely located in a very quiet and pleasna ambience
it was a nice experience staying in the Hotel Luxor, breakfast and food is also good. Rooms are very spacious and clean.
4 out of 5
by Maximus from Nanchang, Jiangxi, China

Egyptian...not a joke

Posted Feb 18, 2013
Pros: The friendliness and helpfulness of the staff
Cons: It was in the middle of nowhere.
The hotel was nice, it really was, and the staff were all very friendly and very helpful. However, the Egyptian decor and setup is quite cheesy and just seems really out of place in Bangkok. The room was clean and everything was quite nice. My biggest complaint was that there was no pool at this hotel. The biggest factor in not recommending this hotel is that if you want to travel around and see Bangkok, this hotel is literally in the middle of nowhere. Yes, it's rather close to Don Mueang Airport if that's where you're flying from, but otherwise, there's not much around here. I would recommend a hotel much closer to the center of the city. Otherwise, there's nothing wrong with the facilities here.