The Morris Hotel was built in 2006 and is situated in a convenient location, not far from the historical sites of Luxor. Situated close to the banks of the Nile, the hotel has superb views across the city from its inviting rooftop pool and terrace. The hotel has 175 luxurious rooms and five suites built to four-star deluxe standards. Its classic decor has an abundance of fine marble vases, statues, wall drawings, columns and marble floor work. On the roof of the Morris Hotel you will find Luxor\'s largest pool and there are two restaurants, a bar and a coffee shop for your wining and dining convenience. You can even enjoy drinks and snacks delivered to your lounger as you relax beside the pool. Luxor is a typically bustling Egyptian city with historical archaeological remains to see and a local market full of colour, exotic sounds and smells. The centre of Luxor has three main streets around which everything is based, and here there are plenty of souvenir shops, cafes and restaurants. Accomodation All have - bathroom/shower - WC ? minibar ? satellite TV ? safety deposit box ? telephone ? balcony/terrace ? air conditioning - (certain amenities may be payable locally) Eating and Drinking The hotel has a main restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner and an Italian a la carte restaurant on the first floor. There is a piano bar with decor reminiscent of an English-style pub that serves local and international beers, wines, spirits and soft drinks and a coffee shop that opens 24 hours a day and serves breakfast and a selection of snacks, sandwiches and light meals. You can also enjoy coffee, soft drinks and snacks in the lobby and 24 hour room service is also available. Swimming Pools The hotel has the largest rooftop swimming pool in Luxor and from the terrace you can enjoy wonderful views of the West Bank, the River Nile, Luxor and the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut. You can also order from the terrace menu from the comfort of your sunbed and if you are up early enough you can request an open air breakfast on the terrace and watch the sunrise or settle down with a pre dinner drink and watch the sunset over the West Bank.