One of the best locations.
Very nice and kind staff, specially room service and breakfast lounge.
Breakfast is great with a great variety of delicious items. Flawless!
Very good and comfortable room with a view to the Nile.
Bathtub/shower is kind of open to bathroom and doesnt have enough glass to keep it divided. Everytime I was taking shower, bathroom got full of water.
Better take a taxi in front of hotel, I tried Uber unsuccessfully. Somehow its hard for them to reach hotel because of street directions. I got three Uber calls cancelled by the drivers.
Traveller from Brazil - Qatar
This family-friendly Cairo hotel is located on the boardwalk, within 1 mi (2 km) of Ethnological Museum, Egyptian Museum, and …More
Little bit over priced - Good hotel in general, not bad location. but you need to take the shuttle bus every time you need to go to Naama Bay and the bus service starting @ 7 pm till 24:00 back from Naama!
Breakfast is limited choices .. we were trying to find something to eat on the second day. food is really limited to almost 100% Egyptians dishes; although many guests are not!
Located in Naama Bay, this beachfront resort is in the city center, 1.4 mi (2.3 km) from Mas Bowling Center, and 1.5 mi (2.4 …More
Exactly what we needed. Perfect place to relax and enjoy. The staff were excellent. From Maksoud in the Zodiac restaurant, to Reda, Aayman, and Mohammed in the beach and pool bars, we were taken care of. The reception staff assisted us with anything we needed. Concierge services assisted us on trips to town. Overall, the facilities and staff made our trip the bast vacation we have had in years.
Traveller from Jubail, KSA
Nestled on the beach, this Nabq Bay resort is 0.9 mi (1.5 km) from Rehana Beach and 2.9 mi (4.7 km) from Jackson Reef. Nabq …More
We chose the hotel based on its reviews and we weren't disappointed. The hotel is a credit to Sentido and its friendly,caring and thorough staff,from the room staff,beach towel man,restaurant waiters and managers,to the concierge,desk and front of house management team. The rooms are large and comfortable(they will even get you a softer mattress on request!). The food was good and varied choice. Everywhere was clean and appeared well cared for.
Traveller from bedford ,UK
Nestled on the beach, this Soma Bay resort is within 12 mi (20 km) of Safaga Dock, Tobia Arbaa Dive Site, and Ras Abu Soma …More
just spent 2 weeks here with my family (wife and 2 boys 11 and 8), and we all agree, we had a fantastic holiday. The hotel is lovely, rooms are a decent size and very clean and the air conditioning is fantastic, staff and animation team are great. The gym is excellent, however the heat in there makes working out a real struggle. Pools are fantastic and the slides were great fun for the first few days but the novelty soon wore off. Beach is decent although not much of it is not covered by loungers. Sea was lovely and clear and the snorkelling is okay (you're much better off walking over to the fort arabesque beach where the main reef is, and where the snorkelling is great!).
Now for the negatives, by no means severe nor deal breakers but it is worth noting that the details make things go from great to excellent. first off, I sent numerous emails to the hotel before our trip and they never responded to any of them. These were basic enquiries just so I could prepare our stay a little better, but the lack of response made me slightly apprehensive before our arrival. Next was the amount of rubbish in the pools, glasses, bottles, plastic bottle wrappers, paper. this is, to a certain extent no ones direct fault as the wind does pick up and sweep stuff off the tables and pool bars, however, i think the hotel could make more of an effort to thoroughly clean the pools in the morning before clients come and settle down for the day, and bar staff should remove the plastic wrappers on t
Traveller from London
Nestled on the beach, this Makadi Bay resort is 0.7 mi (1.1 km) from Makadi Water World and 6.1 mi (9.8 km) from Big Dayz …More
After staying in multiple Mercure hotels in Cairo, Aswan and Luxor, I was disappointment by the barrage of sales people hounding me at the Mercure in Hurghada. After two weeks exploring Egypt, I was ready to relax by the beautiful pool. Alas, there was rarely a peaceful moment as I was approached by the following people trying to sell me something: Fun Fly (for a snorkeling excursion), the Beauty Salon for manicures/pedicures, the Spa for various treatments, a gal selling professional photography, the team selling horse and camel rides - and, we couldn't walk to the beach without being pounced on by the guy selling sand bottles. I understand tourism is low and these people are trying to make a living. However, they were extremely aggressive and approached me multiple times after I had said no. Also, all prices are negotiable - this reminded me of that commercial "What if you had to buy everything the way you buy a used car". They even haggled over the price of Halawa. This absolutely impacted the peace and tranquility of an all inclusive resort stay.
Traveller from Bothell, WA
Nestled on the beach, this Village Road hotel is within 9 mi (15 km) of New Marina, Giftun Islands, and Mahmya. Diving Ocean …More