Top Tips for Toilets
A point was just made to me which I had not considered. Loos (UK expression) the John (American expression I believe). I would really appreciate any comments about good and bad and I will update this post
First point, most toilets have internal bidets which wash your bum so toilet paper is only used to dry yourself hence the request to place it in the bin. Reach down right hand side and you will find a tap. I love it, so fresh and clean and miss the system when I go back to the UK. Sometimes there is a hose instead. Sometimes both. The water comes from the mains.
Second, various experiences but I would like more. I don’t often go while I am out, especially on the west bank, so have little experience. Please email me jane.akshar @ gmail.com
The toilets just before the Open Air Museum at Karnak are ground floor but not wheelchair accessible
Valley of the Kings accessible and great
Kitchener island toilets well signposted “WC” signs
Suhail Nubian Village near Aswan dam excellent
Nobody seems to mind/notice tourists using hotels and restaurants so ones I have snuck in and used in Luxor
• Nile Palace Hotel ground floor, in the lobby to your right as you enter.
• Snack time overlooking Luxor temple has a lift, toilets are 1st floor
• Ramasseum café, ground floor, very basic
• Fayrouz Hotel ground floor but steps involved, basic
• Winter Palace Hotel, 1st floor but you can get the lift by going in the luggage entrance under the stairs