I highly recommend this place, Surf and Turf, on island, Amr Nasser, Brahim and Amine take care of us very well, all the staff is amazing ! Do not hesitate to go there 😊 The Marriott hotel is very good too.
We're in Hurghada purely for the diving and having a great time but, having spent two days exploring under water, we decided to take a day off and explore the town. We're staying B&B at the sumptuous Marriott Red Sea Resort Hotel with every possible facility close at hand and wonderful staff always ready to help. Until today we'd only ventured about 20 minutes walk away by day and 15 minutes by night and, frankly weren't at all impressed. Today we walked around the town nonstop for nearly six hours. Here are a few random impressions. Nearly every lamppost has moderate to severe impact damage. Drivers make those back home in Kuşadası seem very courteous, considerate, careful, cautious and law abiding. Every third car is a taxi. Most drivers don't know where the light switch is. There are very few street dogs and almost no cats around. The only people wearing masks are those working in hotels and restaurants serving tourists. There are very few mosques and those we saw were very modern, ornate and beautiful. We haven't heard a call to prayer. We saw a lot of men pushing prams and buggies but only one woman. The town is suffering from a lack of visitors far more than Kuşadası, most bars and restaurants we passed were empty. (Our dive boat would normally carry about 20 people this time of year but yesterday there were only four of us.) There are a lot of very well stocked dive shops. Shop keepers hassle all by passers, and if you don't want anything in their shops they will try to drag you to their brother's/cousin's/uncle's establishment. Restaurant and bar prices are between 50% and 200 % higher than in Kuşadası, for instance a döner kebab costs 30 to 60 tl, a steak 120 to 200 tl, a 33cl beer from 25 to 45 tl and a bottle of house wine 115 to 180 tl, though we did see a bar selling local Stella for 12.5 tl for 50 cl. There are very few tourist travel agents selling excursions, probably because the only excursions available are diving trips or involve drives of 150 km or more. The smell of the fish market and butchers' shops is not enticing. There are lots of pharmacies and hairdressers. There is a lot of poverty. The national minimum wage for those lucky enough to have a job is 1,000 tl per month. The Covid 19 created lack of tourists must have made this far worse. We saw a handful of beautiful modern hotels, a couple of grand public buildings, two modern hospitals, a few shopping malls, and some very expensive and well guarded residential complexes, and the previously mentioned mosques, but we saw far more never to be completed buildings, completed but derelict modern buildings, slum housing and the next generation of slums being built. There is no interest "Old Town" and no museums. Most of the town seems to be waiting for the bulldozers. The police are heavily armed. Bank, hotel and many private security guards carry pistols and we also saw several men casually dressed in jeans and T shirts with pistols on their belts. It's a great place for sun worshippers, divers and snorkellers but if you're interested in history, art, architecture, scenery, sightseeing, culture, food or just cheap booze then I'd suggest that you look elsewhere.…
From the time you park your car, enter the hotel through out checking-in procedures, literally, not more than 4 minutes. The charming friendly professional front office manager and his team are there for you to make your first outstanding impression of the hotel lasts Room service, hours keeping, and restaurant staff, all doing their utmost to make your stay memorable Not that I would go again or not....it’s just my second home
Really loved this hotel. Beach and beach bar gorgeous and great location, staff very friendly and we even extended our night. Will definitely be back Views great and for what you pay, the breakfast and dinner is not bad at all. Also - very good covid precautious
We are a family of 3 and stayed 7days at the hotel. This was our first stay in Egypt. Staff was excellent and my little daughter had a wonderful time swimming at the perfect beach, snorkel and sunbathe. Lunch was perfect, great thanks to Ehab Amin and all of the others from the staff at the beach and patio bar ...Hatem and others, they were lovely. All necessary COVID precausions were undertaken and we felt safe all the time on the beach and at lunch. We will definitely come again.