M/S Coral II has 68 cabins and 2 suites. All cabins are the size you would expect to find when staying in a hotel. They are all equipped with a well fitted bathroom and toilet. Each room has a radio and telephone to reception. Air conditioning is individually controlled in each cabin by our guests.
M/S Coral II also has a restaurant which offers a variety of exquisite foods, including continental, international and Egyptian cuisine. Service is buffet style. Breakfast, lunch and evening meals are all taken in the restaurant, which is large enough to accommodate all our guests in one sitting.
Other features include: Piano Bar, Lounge, Discotheque, Sun Deck, Gift Shop, Sun Loungers, Fitness Equipment, and a swimming pool.
The ancient Egyptians knew Luxor as “Niut”, “the City”. Homer named it the “City of a Hundred Gates”. It possesses undeniable charm. Here and there among the palace halls and gardens and on facades of 19th century buildings with corbelled balconies there is a glimpse of the past colonials and Egyptian monarchs. As the sun sets, the Temple of Luxor seems to stand apart from the world of the living. Its columns, colossal statues and bays recover their serenity, oblivious to the carriages passing by.