This is a super hotel with two good pools and own private beach. As a couple in our thirties we had a great time. Very few guests are English, with the majority being Russian or German, however most people do speak a little English with most of the staff being fluent. This is not a hotel for you if you want a British type of holiday , but if you are looking for something different where you can chill out , eat good food and relax , then this is the place for you. We made brilliant friends with a German couple, who to our embarrassment spoke better English than we do. Please ignore some of the cynical reviews of some other reviewers. We found all of the staff were friendly and liked the English , as always you get what you put in. If you are polite and friendly and use a few Egyptian phrases, you will be made welcome and find that staff cannot do enough to help and get to know you. Hurghada is developing at a fantastic rate but still has the flavour of true Egypt. I personally prefer here to Sharm and encourage Brits to give it a go .
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Recently refurbished but retaining its traditional charm, The Grand Hotel's low rise blocks occupy a prime location in the heart of Hurghada's modern resort district. A great value introduction to Red Sea Hotels, its stunning gardens and sweeping sandy beach with on-site dive centre make it a favourite with guests. Close to a wide array of bars, restaurants and shops, it is an ideal base from which to explore. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Red Sea Grand Hurghada
- Grand Hotel Hurghada
- Hotel Red Sea Grand