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Shanda Lodge Desert Resort
Centrally located in Dakhla Oasis in New Valley, Shandalodge Hotel offers air-conditioned rooms with a private balcony that overlooks the hills. It features an outdoor pool, 2 restaurants and a spa. Wi-Fi is available in all areas...
Al Tarfa Desert Sanctuary
Taking the high end to unheard-of heights in Dakhla, Al Tarfa is flat out desert-fabulous...
Al Qasr Hotel
This old backpacker favourite sits above a cafe/restaurant near the old town. The simple rooms with shared bathroom are fine for the price, and some even boast views onto Al-Qasr...
The friendly and sociable Mr Anwar runs this family establishment with gusto and offers relatively clean rooms with flexible prices. Some have shared bathrooms, others private bathrooms, some with air-con, others without...
Bedouin Camp & El Dohous Village
El-Dohous Village has a huge variety of domed and curvey rooms that give off good vibes, all decorated with local crafts. The hilltop restaurant has outstanding views and there are plenty of cushioned chill-out areas strewn about the place...
Bedouin Oasis Village
This hilltop hotel at the north end of Mut has the most character of any place in town, with a deluge of domes, arches and vaults. There are quirky touches, too, like the whimsical carvings and sculptures around the courtyard...
Bir Elgabal Camp
Here you’re definitely paying for location – an idyllic position at the base of the soaring desert mountains, next to Bir al-Gebel spring, with a guests-only spring of its own. Rooms are clean but very basic...
This thoughtfully designed, ecofriendly mudbrick fortress of a lodge crowns a hilltop overlooking the old town of Al-Qasr...
Perched above the fork in the road to Bir al-Gebel, this luxurious hotel features comfortable domed rooms of stone, mud and tile, most with awesome balconies with mesmerising views of the oasis and desert. The sweet spot is the swimming pool...
El Forsan Hotel
While the main building is a typical concrete confabulation, the domed mudbrick bungalows out back are a more stylish, if more worn, option. There’s a garden cafe where movies or football matches are projected onto a screen every night...
El Negoom Hotel
On a quiet street behind the tourist office and near a selection of restaurants, this friendly hotel has a span of trim little abodes with bathrooms, some even with air-con and TV. This is one of the most dependable options, and the best value in town.
Low prices and a good location help keep the rooms occupied at this ramshackle but popular budget hotel. The shared bathrooms can be pretty dire and single women may feel uncomfortable with the stares from resident Egyptian men...
Safari groups and others doing an oases tour like to stay here, where the rooms offer a reasonable level of comfort and cleanliness. The top-floor rooms have great vistas over the oasis – ask for one facing away from the road.