Hurghada

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Steigenberger ALDAU Beach Hotel
8
5 reviews
Close enough to town that you can enjoy the delights of Hurghada, yet offering a luxury retreat for relaxation, this resort offers the best of both worlds. — Fodor's
The Oberoi Beach Resort Sahl Hasheesh
8
5 reviews
The 102-suite Oberoi, Sahl Hasheesh is one of the top luxury picks in Hurghada — Oyster
Steigenberger Aqua Magic
7
2 reviews
The Steigenberger Aqua Magic is a four-pearl all-inclusive resort set across sprawling grounds that include nine pools, a lazy river, and two separate water parks — Oyster
Dana Beach Resort
7
2 reviews
The 841-room Dana Beach is an three-pearl all-inclusive amid acres of manicured gardens, a 15-minute drive from the airport. — Oyster
Luxor Hotel Hurghada
7
1 review
If you're solo, upgrade yourself from a single room, as they're a bit poky and dark. Good views from the roof terrace. — Lonely Planet
White Albatros
7
2 reviews
Well-run, with spick-and-span comfortable rooms... slap in the centre of the Sigala action. There’s no beach access but you can drop into any of the nearby resorts for a small fee. — Lonely Planet
Hurghada Marriott Beach Resort
7
3 reviews
Within walking distance of the resort strip’s nightlife and restaurants, the well-kept rooms here exude a modern, beachy feel. — Lonely Planet
Princess Palace
7
1 review
This is a budget resort on one of the main streets in Hurghada, close to several popular nightspots and with a nice beach for taking it easy and recovering from the night before. — Frommer's
Sheraton Soma Bay Resort
7
1 review
Built in pseudo-Pharaonic style, the Sheraton boasts the typical five-star amenities including a golf course, tennis courts and a postcard-perfect beach of powdery sand. — Lonely Planet
Kempinski Hotel Soma Bay
7
1 review
Kempinski don’t do understated and this massive complex is no exception. — Lonely Planet
Hurghada Long Beach Resort
7
1 review
This all-inclusive, four-pearl resort occupies beautiful, palm tree-studded grounds and a large stretch of private beach along the Red Sea, about 30 minutes from downtown Hurghada — Oyster
Desert Rose Resort
7
1 review
The 912-room Desert Rose Resort is a vast mid-range property along a stretch of private beach and a stunning lagoon — Oyster
Le Pacha Resort
7
1 review
If you’re looking for a comparatively cheap all-inclusive, this long-standing relic offers a wide range of amenities including private beach and is right in the heart of the Sigala hustle. — Lonely Planet
Albatros Palace Resort
7
1 review
Albatros Palace Resort is an enormous four-pearl beachfront resort that mostly caters to British families — Oyster
Old Palace Resort
7
1 review
The beachfront Old Palace Resort is a four-pearl, all-inclusive property set on the Sahl Hasheesh Bay, about a 40-minute drive to Hurghada — Oyster
Zak Royal Wings Hotel
7
1 review
Located next to the infamous Papas Bar. ... Rooms are slightly bare considering the price, though they’re clustered around a nice pool and a tropical garden. — Lonely Planet
Jungle Aqua Park
7
1 review
The three-and-a-half-pearl Jungle Aqua Park is a massive 860-room all-inclusive located within a water park — Oyster
Empire Hotel
7
1 review
Good-value hotel set in two buildings within the Ad Dahr suburb about 500m/yds from the sea, but with access to a beach club for guests. — Insight Guides
Premier Le Reve Hotel & Spa
7
2 reviews
The luxury Premier Le Reve Hotel & Spa offers a large property with six pools, five restaurants, and a private beachfront location -- all without kids, as it’s an adult-only property — Oyster
Geisum Village
7
1 review
The gloomy, peeling-paint corridors don’t inspire confidence but the rooms... are surprisingly tidy and bright. The centre of the action here is the large swimming pool surrounded by a grassy lawn. — Lonely Planet
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