Sofitel Winter Palace Luxor
Each Sofitel is a unique blend of the French art de vivre and local refinement. In the midst of magnificent ancient Egyptian temples by the Nile, Sofitel Luxor Winter Palace blends the rich historical past of a colonial building with French luxury.The palace was the winter residence of King Farouk, and later a harbor for 19th century explorers fascinated with Egyptian culture.
From the very imposing staircase, Howard Carter announced he had discovered the immaculately preserved tomb of Tutankhamun.With strong Victorian influences, the palace was built using master craftsmen. French details, like the grand chandelier and curtains made of sumptuous textiles, were added to achieve a distinctive level of elegance and refinement.
Each of the 86 rooms and 6 suites appeals to a dream deep in your heart, calling on the allure of colonial charm, the distinction of fine woods, elegant materials and harmonious decor. Take in the spectacular view or unwind after a day of adventure.Indulge in the ultimate Luxor accommodation in our seven lavish suites. Observe life on the Nile River, admire the bougainvillea-dotted gardens and invite guests in your lounge. A palette of crimson silver and gold enlivens rich fabrics and rugs.