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It's very nice , primitive full of adventure riding camel , divining also you can fishing near the location
No tv , you can enjoy the tent and chalets you can also take divining courses in case you don't know
The place and the people...More
I'm going to Lahami resort since 2001 (not every year but often). Usually I stay one week between may and july. Despite of being so jelous of such an astonishing place that I'd love to enjoy without sharing with anyone else, I can not refrain...More
We have been to Egypt at least 15 times each and this trip was by far the most expensive & the worst. Nobody has mentioned on Trip Advisor that you can only buy drinks in the hotel and a lovely freshly squeezed orange juice costs...More
From leaving the house door, changing transportation, flying Niki ( excellent) from Vienna and after the two hours bus drive, 20 hours after, almost sleepless, we arrived at the Lahami Bay resort, in the middle of desert nowhere.. We have booked the more expensive sea...More
Air conditioning effective but noisy. Great food, great pool and natural environment.
We was there during Ramadan, Egyptian staff was something brusque, but in general welcoming. Italian tour operator staff (Turisanda) was very friendly and supportive.
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Refrigerator in room
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$75 - $133 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#12 Top resorts Hotel in Marsa Alam
#13 Romantic Hotel in Marsa Alam
#27 Family Hotel in Marsa Alam
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When I was at Lahami Bay, the wind died down the second day and no kite surfers were to be seen. I think most kite surfers prefer the Kite Village which is only a couple kilometers down the road. I think they even offer to... More
When I was at Lahami Bay, the wind died down the second day and no kite surfers were to be seen. I think most kite surfers prefer the Kite Village which is only a couple kilometers down the road. I think they even offer to pick you up in the morning from Lahami Bay. But maybe a surfer can confirm that... I was there to scuba dive.
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"Rooms on the flanks, away from the main building, facing the sea."