Aswan overall welcomes all the visitors from all over the world. That is the generosity of the Nubian people. and Ekadoli means (I love you) in the Nubian language. I visited Aswan and stayed with my friends in Ekadoli guest house in February 2019. I can say that this guest house is great and the staff professional and kind. From the rooftop, you can watch the Nile river. The rooms are modest and clean. Breakfast is amazing and tasty. Authentic oriental Egyptian breakfast. Rooms don't have a view to the Nile river as far as I know. But all the view you can get from the rooftop. To sum up. The guest house is good and you will enjoy your stay there.
Very nice people ......Mr. Khaled the owner is a very kind man....Bassam & Mayssara too You can ask for Mimi Al Ghareeb to be your driver and local guide ...very serviable person ..... the view from the roof is wonderful.... Internet available clean and quite place with reasonable price
Such a lovely view ,nice room ,breakfast was very good advice take the room on the roof ,Nubian village amazing,good food friendly people,the market has a lot of great spice a very safe place cheaper than Aswan
I stayed at Ekadolli Nubian Guesthouse for a couple of days at the end of December. From the time I arrived, I felt warmly welcomed by Khaled and the team. Before arriving, I liaised with Khaled and he arranged my tour to Abu Simbel. The Guesthouse is away from Aswan city but Khaled drove me to wherever I needed or arranged a taxi when I needed to meet for the Abu Simbel tour. The area is quieter than staying in the city and offers a great cultural experience. I really enjoyed my stay here, and I highly recommend it. Many tourists come over to the village to visit the market, but I think staying here offered a truer, more authentic experience. I enjoyed speaking to Khaled about Nubian culture and history. Breakfast was included and they even supplied me with a packed breakfast to take with me when I had to leave in the early morning for my tour. The food is lovely and plentiful. Thank you Khaled and the team for making me file like part of the family.…
We ended up at this hotel on the last minute because we missed our planned cruise from Aswan to Luxor. The hotel was a delightful surprise so we ended up staying 3 nights. The price was great and included an Egyptian breakfast with eggs, cheese, foul (beans) and bread. The rooms are large but basic. The village is very quiet and conservative but has a nearby tourist area with shops. Aswan is across the river by boat or a 15 minute taxi ride. Mohammed was a great host. He arranged a trip to Abu Sembel for us as well as local transportation and recommendations. A nice place to chill out away from the tourist bustle of Aswan.