Ms Royal Lotus 🛳

Moevenpick Ms Royal Lotus

🛳 Ms Royal Lotus 🛳

Welcome to the Movenpick M/S Royal Lotus, the award winter of the Best Nile Cruise ship on the Nile by the Egyptian Ministry of Tourism for 2006. Movinpick M/S Royal Lotus offers spacious accommodation and a range of public areas to suit every mood from where you can absorb the ever-changing panorama between  and Luxor Aswan, the most beautiful area of Egypt

 


Location

Movenpick M/S Royal Lotus sails between Aswan and luxor and visa versa, a distance of 220 kilometers, with overnight stays at both luxor and Aswan or visa versa. There is a choice of either a 3 night/4 day cruise from Aswan to Luxor or a 4 night/5 day cruise depending on cruise schedule.

Cabins and Amenities

Royal Lotus


Royal Lotus is comprised of 62 spacious guests and two magnificent Royal Suites with a lounge and en suite shower room. All accommodation enjoys the latest amenities, individually controlled air-conditioning, panoramic windows, telephone, TV, mini-bar and hairdryer. There is also an Internet Corner and Gift Shop.

Royal Lotus

 


The Lotus three meal restaurant for a sample of cuisine from around the world, the Observation Bar with breathtaking views perfect for a sunset cocktail, the informal Sun Deck Bar for beverages and snacks and the Crescent Lounge and Bar with a dance area which is also the venue for the welcome cocktail reception, galabeyya party and theme evenings. Movenpick ice cream kiosk.

Leisure and Recreation


A plunge pool linked to a Jacuzzi located on the spacious Sun Deck. Three stylishly furnished areas; tables and chairs in the shade of a canopy, sun loungers around the pool and a choice of Bedouin style low seating or huge comfortable sofas. The fully equipped gymnasium on the third deck also offers a Nile view. Bridge tables

Nile cruise ship safety

Movenpick Nile Cruse boats have Smoke detector System panel, Sprinkler in each cabin, 2life jackets in each Cabin, and Escape map in each cabin

Royal Lotus

Royal Lotus

Sightseeing

Sightseeing

There is a full sightseeing programme that includes the highlights of the world’s largest open air museum in Luxor, the temples of Karnak, Luxor and Hatshepsut, the tombs in the Valley of the Kings and Queens and the Colossi of Memnon. There are also visits to the Nile-side temples in Edfu and Kom Ombo. In Aswan there is the chance to see the High Dam, a marvel of modern Egypt with further visits to the island temple of Philae, the Pharaonic granite quarries, the massive unfinished Obelisk and KitchenerIsland. All tours are accompanied by an expert guide

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