Everything at the Grand Resort is on an impressive scale. Lying right on the tourist promenade, at the very heart of the modern resort area of Hurghada, it boasts generously-sized rooms and an innovative figure of eight layout that allows one side of the hotel to cater for those seeking lively entertainment and music while the other offers tranquillity for those who simply want to relax and
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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.
Hurghada is on Egypt’s west Red Sea coast, more or less opposite Sharm el Sheikh which is on the south tip of the Sinai peninsula. Sharm el Sheikh Photo by Marc Ryckaert.
Quietly popular Makadi Bay, 35km south of Hurghada, combines natural beauty with a real village appeal. Establishing itself as one of the best beach resorts in the Red Sea Riviera, its laid back ambience and stunning surroundings are relaxing, and complemented by a low-key nightlife.
Magawish District – Hurghada “Jaz Bluemarine” is the perfect destination for those looking to indulge in an exciting family holiday. Guests at “Jaz Bluemarine” get exclusive access to the amazing facilities of the sister resort, “Jaz Aquamarine”.
Plucked from obscurity during the early days of the Red Sea’s tourism drive, the fishing village of Hurghada has long since morphed into today’s dense band of concrete that marches along the coastline for more than 20km.