Iberotel Aswan has an excellent location with magnificent views of the Nile and is ideal for romantic getaways, honeymoons or those fascinated by the marvels and mysteries of ancient Egypt in addition to large conferences and incentives. This five-star property lies in the heart of what was the ancient frontier of Pharaonic Egypt, from where the stones to build the Pyramids came. You can still see traces of these 3,000 year old quarries in the cliffs and by the roadsides today. It is here too that the Greek philosopher Eratosthenes used measurements to prove that the Earth was not flat.
Iberotel Aswan comprises 195 comfortable and spacious guest rooms comprising of Superior rooms, chalets and suites all with a spectacular view of the Nile.
All rooms & suites are equipped with air conditioning and feature bathroom with shower/ bathtub, satellite TV and international direct dial telephone, minibar, hairdryer, shaver point, in-room safe, and wireless Internet access.
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Iberotel Aswan has an impressive array of restaurants and bars including a magnificent panoramic restaurant. Ramsis Restaurant, the main restaurant offering a wonderful ambiance serves breakfast, lunch and dinner buffet style that can be taken al fresco on a spacious terrace overlooking the Nile. Ahmos Restaurant, is Iberotel Aswan’s unique panoramic a la carte restaurant located on the 7th floor with a stunning Nile view to accompany excellent gourmet standard cuisine. Nile Cafe, the garden restaurant serves scrumptious meals in a lush garden terrace directly on the Nile. Lobby Bar is the place to relax with your preferred cocktail. Swimming Pool Bar provides light snacks and refreshments all day right by the poolside. Isis Pub provides a lively atmosphere and entertainment in a stylish and bustling venue.
Those who visit Iberotel Aswan do so mainly to marvel at the two massive temples of Abu Simbel on the shores of lake Nasser, the massive man-made reservoir formed after the completion of the Aswan Dam. The twin temples were originally carved out of the mountainside during the reign of Pharaoh Rameses II in the 13th century BC as a monument to himself and his queen Nefertari to commemorate his victory over the Nubians at the Battle of Kadesh. In an engineering feat as impressive as the construction of the dam itself, the temples were relocated block by block to an artificial hill high above the Aswan Dam reservoir in the 1960’s to avoid them being submerged during the creation of Lake Nasser.If you prefer a more contemporary pursuit, Iberotel Aswan offers a variety of distractions, including a swimming pool with an integrated kid's pool, floodlit tennis court, a fully equipped Health Club and Gym with sauna, jacuzzi, steam rooms and massage parlours.
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