The Mövenpick MS Royal Lily raises her sails for a fascinating cruise on the Nile River during your adventure in Egypt. Enjoy modern on-board amenities while exploring the mysteries of 7,000 years of Egyptian civilization along the legendary Nile. This flagship cruiser features 56 spacious 237-square-foot cabins, four magnificent Royal Suites, Jacuzzi, and stylish facilities designed for your comfort. With guest cabins positioned on the upper decks with internal walkways, the Royal Lily reveals unfettered views of the beautiful scenery, magnificent temples and mysterious tombs of the Nile river. Royal Lily guests enjoy a comfortable lounge, sun decks, bars, built-in gym, restaurant, and gift shop, as well as an experienced crew who makes guests will feel at home with warm Swiss hospitality throughout each cruise.

Dining

You'll savor an exceptional dining experience in dining in the spacious dining room serving a variety of buffet menus and mouthwatering specialties. Choose from traditional Egyptian cuisine, international selections, and vegetarian menus. Selections of local and imported wines & liqueurs are also available on board.

The Sun Deck

Featuring a swimming pool, heated whirlpool, pool bar, and shaded canopy area.  

The Salon Deck

Enjoy a lovely décor in soothing natural colors, featuring a dance area, relaxing lounge, and rounded bar area with panoramic windows.

Deluxe Cabins include two twin beds in a comfortable 237-square-foot space. The Royal Lily features tasteful and luxurious furnishings, en-suite shower, individually controlled air-conditioning, TV, minibar, climate control, and telephones that enable international calls via GSM lines.

Cabin Amenities 

Modern-style standard cabins are approx. 237 square feet (22 square meters), situated on the upper decks to ensure a beautiful view of the passing  scenery. All cabins are air-conditioned and come with en suite shower/toilette, double- or twin-beds according to guest preference, and tinted panoramic windows. Enjoy a mini-bar, internal telephones, television, and in-house music channels.