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    Egypt's second largest city (3.5 million people), its largest seaport and the country's window onto the Mediterranean Sea. No city in Egypt has history as rich as that of Alexandria which witnessed so many historic events and legends!
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Mövenpick M/S Royal Lily

Luxury Nile Cruiser
The 56 cabins are approximately 22 square metres and are all tastefully and luxuriously furnished in a modern style. Situated on the upper decks, the cabins come with a shower room and also giving you the privilege to benefit from individually controlled air-conditioning and a choice of double or twin beds. They offer a television, a mini-bar, an internal telephone and in-house music channels. To add up for a breathtaking experience there is are panoramic windows that offer unhindered views of the spectacular and ever-changing scenery.

For the ultimate in luxury cruising, there are four Royal Suites, of which two are favourably located in the forward section of the Upper deck offering approximately 42 square metres and another two on the Main deck. They comprise of a bedroom with lounge area, featuring panoramic windows and a fully fitted bathroom. All are air-conditioned and equipped with an internal telephone, a television, music channels and a mini-bar. Spacious as they are, Royal Suites can comfortably accommodate up to three guests and equipped with a jacuzzi.

Hotel Features

Location Following an overnight stay in Luxor, Royal Lily sails to Aswan, a distance of 220 kilometres, with overnight stays at both Esna and Aswan. There is a choice of either a 3 night / 4 day cruise from Aswan to Luxor or a 4 night / 5 day cruise from Luxor to Aswan.
Cabins and Amenities The Mövenpick M/S Royal Lily is comprised of 56 spacious guests and four magnificent Royal Suites with a lounge separate bedrroom with en suite shower room. All accommodation enjoys the latest amenities, individually controlled air-conditioning, internal telephone, TV, mini-bar, hairdryer and tinted panoramic winddows; for the suites a Jacuzzi is available in the rooms.
Dining and Entertainment Three meal restaurant for a samples of cuisine from around the world plus a sumptuous a la Carte menu. Also available is a Sun Deck Bar and Salon Deck Lounge and Bar with a dance area and evening entertainment.
Sport and Leisure Offering a wide range of activities to make your stay ever so enticiing with our plunge pool, heated whirlpool, gymnasium, internet cafe, bridge tables for those card enthusiasts and for rejuvenation a sauna and massage rooms are available.
Sightseeing and History The guided sightseeing programme include a visit to the great temples of Karnak and Luxor on the East Bank as well as the West Bank Valley of the Kings and Queens, the recently renovated temple of Queen Hatshepsut at El-Deir El-Bahari and the Colossi of Memnon. In Aswan there is a visit to the High Dam, the granite quarries, the island Temple of Philae, the unfinished Obelisk and a felucca sail around the botanical gardens on Kitchener Island.