Ratings based on 41 verified reviews

3.2 out of 5
65% of guests recommend
3.3 Room cleanliness
3.3 Service & staff
3.4 Room comfort
3.2 Hotel condition
Expedia-verified reviews
2 out of 5
by a verified traveller

Posted 11-Jul-2019
The check in was unorganized abd took very longtime...lots of chaos at the food area...lots of surcharges...the place was at a very good spot right on the beach
2 out of 5
by a verified traveller

Posted 17-Jun-2019
I’ll never book with Expedia again,I’ve got a price on the website went to the Hotel they told me you’re an egyptian this price is not for Egyptians, and you have to pay the difference to be able to check in, I contacted Expedia with no help from their side, I had to pay the difference, I sent Expedia a receipt with the difference they denied it, sent them a new stamped one never got back from the, your money on Expedia is not in safe hands !!!!!!!!
5 out of 5
by a verified traveller from Kuwait

Posted 19-Feb-2019
Egyptians ruined our days their due to their attitudes.. However the hotel was good
5 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by a verified traveller from Sohag Egypt

Spent a wonderful time. Looking forward to see the

Posted 05-Feb-2018
Had a wonderful time. Staff welcoming and helpful. Stunning swimming pools, and the Beach is near. The Dining was excellent. Love the place...
Comment from Hotel Management
09-Nov-2018 by E-commerce , Hotel Management
hello my dear thank you for sharing your expreince with us and be sure that your feed back is very important Best Regards
3 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by a verified traveller from washington dc

Nice hotel beautiful ground but limited !

Posted 28-Oct-2017 on Orbitz
It's not your luxurious style Resort but we had a woundergul time . The people makes you feel welcome . I love the music every where both Arabic and others . Food is a style buffet very decent but no specialty restaurants as part of your all inclusive package . No internate in the room available in the lobby . Bathrooms clean but outdated . Still I would not hesitate to stay here again , worth every dollar we paid . Thanks to all of what made our 50th anniversary celebration a memorable one!
3 out of 5
by a verified traveller

This traveller left a rating score only Posted 14-Oct-2015 on Hotels
1 out of 5
by a verified traveller

Very bad experience

Posted 30-Sep-2015 on Hotels
Bad hotel and old The stuff so aggressive They don't like the egyptian or arabic guest Only foreign tourist
1 out of 5
by a verified traveller

I will not repeat it again

Posted 29-Sep-2015 on Hotels
Very bad
2 out of 5
by a verified traveller

Nice hotel

Posted 27-Jul-2014
Pros: The pool is very pretty
Cons: The plates are disposed of the food in front of you all over the restaurant creating a big noisy place, very stressful.
Location: Nice
The Hotel is pretty. The manager is really nice, this hotel caters to Russian who have totally different expectations. They are noisy and you would not like to be there. The restaurant is a disaster, food did not look good at all.
3 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by a verified traveller from Ohio

Good swimming, no real beach, awful food

Posted 29-Jun-2014
Pros: The series of pools, accurately pictured, is the definite highlight; you can also access the pools of the neighboring Festival Le Jardin.
Cons: The most disappointing aspect of this hotel was the food: limited dining hours, heavy on pasta and short on meat, everything mediocre quality.
Location: Water activities include boats, scuba diving, windsurfing; for nightlife, the only option is an on-site disco unless you drive 20 min. to the city.
At $47 for two, with all meals included, this was an excellent bargain (although the food was so bad that I can't call it a great "value"). Rooms are modern, spacious, and well-maintained, and even our “garden view” room did give us a glimpse of the Red Sea. There is also a series of beautifully arranged, clean swimming pools of varying depths (mercifully, the shallowest are nicely set up with water attractions for the kiddies). But if you are hoping for leisurely strolls along a sandy shore, building sand castles or looking for sea shells, you will be disappointed. Although the hotel does have a private waterfront, it isn't really a “beach” in the usual sense. Instead, the shoreline consists of stone steps, with a few sets of handrails, leading into a very shallow expanse of water that extends perhaps 50 yards into the sea. Going farther out, you will stub all ten toes on the ubiquitous rocks, until you notice the trail of tourists walking down a narrow, sandy waterpath to the deeper waters. Once there, you can enjoy a nice saltwater swim with moderate waves. In short, if you are looking for reliable sleeping quarters and swimming, or a place where you can afford to take the whole family, this hotel will do. But if you want a relaxing, romantic getaway or first-class service, look elsewhere. It's too bad, because it really is a nice facility. Hotel caters primarily to Russians, so staff will address you in Russian until they know you!