14 nights 5* Holiday all inclusive to Grand Resort Hotel Hurghada, Red Sea, Egypt £588 @ Holidayhypermarket - HotUKDeals
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14 nights 5* Holiday all inclusive to Grand Resort Hotel Hurghada, Red Sea, Egypt £588.00 @ Holidayhypermarket

£588.00 @ holidayhypermarket
Fantastic deal to Egypt. Maybe not for everyone. 5* all inclusive flying from London Gatwick on 9 May 2017 for £588 pp. Please check foreign office advice on travel to Egypt before booking. Acc… Read More
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2m, 22h agoFound 2 months, 22 hours ago
Fantastic deal to Egypt. Maybe not for everyone.

5* all inclusive flying from London Gatwick on 9 May 2017 for £588 pp. Please check foreign office advice on travel to Egypt before booking.

Accommodation had 4/5 rating on TripAdvisor.

Outbound Flight
London Gatwick to Hurghada

Departs: 13:50PM on Tue, 09 May 2017
Arrives: 20:10PM on Tue, 09 May 2017

Inbound Flight
Hurghada to London Gatwick

Departs: 21:10PM on Tue, 23 May 2017
Arrives: 01:40AM on Wed, 24 May 2017

TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
Trip Advisor Rating of 4.0
Based On 1627 reviews
Ranked #59 out of 228
Sleep Quality:4.5 Rating for Sleep Quality
Location:4.0 Rating for Location
Rooms:4.5 Rating for Rooms
Service:4.0 Rating for Service
Value:4.0 Rating for Value
Cleanliness:4.5 Rating for Cleanliness
Aptly named for its size and range of facilities, the Grand Resort lies at the very heart of the modern resort area of Hurghada. Its unusual figure of eight design allows one side of the hotel to cater for those seeking lively entertainment and music while the other side offers tranquillity for those who simply want to relax and unwind.
Location
3 km from Hurghada airport and 10 km from the Old Town, The Grand Resort is in the centre of the modern resort and is directly connected to the Grand Mall, which offers a beauty centre, pharmacy, mini market, jewellery shops, restaurants and coffee shops.
Food and drink
• 2 international buffet restaurants • Mediterranean and Middle Eastern restaurants offering set menu (all inclusive) and à la carte (extra charge) options • Additional all inclusive à la carte dining at the Grand Mall: Italian, Indian, Lebanese, Steak House & Pizzeria (drinks at extra charge) • Sandwich bar • 3 bars with pool/table service • “Club Orange” disco/lounge • Snack bar* • 24 hour lobby bar* • Tower Cafe*: traditional coffee house serving different kinds of Arabic coffees
Swimming pools
• 3 freeform swimming pools (1 heated in winter) with sun loungers, parasols and beach towels.
Nearest beach
Beach access is at the Grand Hotel. The gently sloping sandy beach is just 300m away, and includes sun loungers, parasols and beach towels.
Family focus
• 2 children’s pools (1 heated in winter) • Maxi Kinder Club from Red Sea Hotels (ages 4-12 years). • Playground • Daily mini disco and kids movies • Maxi Baby Service • Children’s lunchtime buffet, drinks & ice cream 10:00-17:00.
Sports and leisure
• Live daytime and evening entertainment including live music and folklore shows • Aerobics • Aqua aerobics • Water polo • Darts • Table Tennis • Billiards* • Massage*
At the Grand Hotel:
• 2 floodlit tennis courts* • Aqua Centre* with windsurfing and water sports • Dive Centre* • Health Club* with sauna, jacuzzi and massage
Additional services
• Free WiFi in Reception/Lobby area • Internet cafe* • 24 hour room service* • Laundry service* • Free daily shuttle bus to the Old Town • Christmas and New Year gala dinners*
Transfer time: 15 minutes Child age: 2-12 years Rooms: 828 Official rating: * * * * *
ROOM OPTIONS
All rooms have king size or twin beds, bath with shower, WC, air conditioning (seasonal), hairdryer, safe and satellite TV. There is a telephone and mini-bar, both at extra charge. All have balconies or terrace.
STANDARD ROOMS sleep 2 adults and have a street view.
JUNIOR SUITES are larger with a lounge area and pool or garden view. Sleeps 2 adults and 2 children or 3 adults.
ONE BEDROOM SUITES have a master bedroom plus living room with 3 single sofa beds and a pool view. Sleeps 2 adults and 3 children or 3 adults.
POOL VIEW and INTER-CONNECTING ROOMS are also available.
ALL INCLUSIVE
Your All Inclusive package° includes
Buffet, breakfast, lunch and dinner
Afternoon tea, coffee and snacks
Unlimited soft drinks by the glass – 24 hrs
Unlimited local alcoholic beverages by the glass – 10 am to midnight
Location
Average temperature
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Language:Arabic
Currency:Egyptian Pound
Time Diff.:GMT +2
Distance from Airport:2 miles
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#1
You`re a braver man than me Gunga din.
#2
kandinsky
You`re a braver man than me Gunga din.


Have a look at reviews on TripAdvisor lots of people have been there recently. Each individual has to make up their own mind whether to go or not.
#3
Booked to go in July. Sharm you can't go but here is still safe
#4
They'd have to pay me sorry
2 Likes #5
fcoupland86
Booked to go in July. Sharm you can't go but here is still safe


Nowhere on this planet is safe these days
3 Likes #6
verysleepy
fcoupland86
Booked to go in July. Sharm you can't go but here is still safe
Nowhere on this planet is safe these days
Better stay indoors, just in case.
#7
If you believe everything they come out with these days no one would ever get out of bed...............Like the above comment tripadvisor has great reviews from uk travellers amongst others.
1 Like #8
cant believe how people put themselves in danger,even worse they take small kids,
1 Like #9
verysleepy
fcoupland86
Booked to go in July. Sharm you can't go but here is still safe


Nowhere on this planet is safe these days


Depends what you mean by "safe". You might get a bit of sunburn in Gran Canaria if you're not careful. It's hardly Aleppo though.
#10
I think the op made it quite clear, this isn't for everyone.
Price is fantastic for the quality of hotel.
Not a destination for me but as others have mentioned, no where is safe, though for me, Egypt has not had a great rep for the way it sees tourists. Hot price, certainly a hot country, and for those who take the deal, have a lovely trip
3 Likes #11
5 star hotels listed in Egypt aren't 5 stars. they just have a nice marble looking lobby and that's it. the Hilton in sharm in which I stayed in for example was like a 2 star. plus it stunk of pee in the corridors. dirty place. better to go Greek islands, Cyprus or Southend lol
#12
Rather than having this in the long blurb at the beginning......
'' Please check foreign office advice on travel to Egypt before booking.''.... perhaps safer to say..

''Please check foreign office advice and media reports of terrorists incidents before posting'
1 Like #13
fcoupland86
If you believe everything they come out with these days no one would ever get out of bed...............Like the above comment tripadvisor has great reviews from uk travellers amongst others.

People have accidents crossing the road, but we all know and understand the risks.
It's a very different matter to go on holiday to a country with a large percentage of people who might sympathise with terrorists for various reasons (will jot state the obvious to avoid a ban), and a government/police who are likely to take a bribe.
There is no way of knowing the risks in these places - just because it's been safe for a few years doesn't mean it will be safe for the next few.

There are plenty of safe places to have a nice hot sunny holiday where you are at almost zero risk of an attack.
#14
kamenitzabrit
Rather than having this in the long blurb at the beginning......
'' Please check foreign office advice on travel to Egypt before booking.''.... perhaps safer to say..

''Please check foreign office advice and media reports of terrorists incidents before posting'


This site is for deals hence it has been posted here. People can make their own minds if they want to take it up or not. Whole point of putting the first bit is that travel advice changes so frequently that it is worth checking before going anywhere.

Currently it is considered to be safe there hence the reason for posting it.
1 Like #15
Sadly, the terrorists have won. Egypt's tourist industry, like many others around the world, have suffered thanks to a few mindless thugs; hence the low prices.
#16
We stayed at the Steigenberger Aqua Magic a couple of years ago. It looked very pretty but the service and food were nowhere near the rating! We also had very poorly tummies the whole time as did our friends. A couple of months after we returned home a terrorist went into the hotel next door with a knife or gun but was caught before he did any damage. Would I go again? Absolutely not. :(
#17
I won't spend my money in a country like this
1 Like #18
Even cheaper if you go on the 7th March, £502pp ;)
#19
yozzas
fcoupland86
If you believe everything they come out with these days no one would ever get out of bed...............Like the above comment tripadvisor has great reviews from uk travellers amongst others.


anyone can make reviews though . Holidays are supposed to be relaxing last time i went 5 years ago you could feel the tension . but i would love to go but my other half wont go and i got a 4 year old daughter now and there all pervs so ill pass .


Who are all pervs?
#20
There are plenty of safe places to have a nice hot sunny holiday where you are at almost zero risk of an attack.[/quote] Can you please tell me where is a zero risk place to go ?
#21
Bebo62
There are plenty of safe places to have a nice hot sunny holiday where you are at almost zero risk of an attack.
Can you please tell me where is a zero risk place to go ?[/quote]
Whitley Bay.
#22
Been twice in recent years to 5* hotel resorts in Egypt and couldn't fault them. But the airports .... Bung the security £10 to fast track through the security lines and not get baggage checked. If you do go through the scanners most staff aren't really paying attention so anything dodgy can easily be missed. And on our last visit my husband and a couple of other men were stopped by security at the departure door to go to the plane and told they'd miss the plane unless they paid some money. Because of this I've lost all confidence in visiting Egypt again.

Edited By: Mimlloyd on Feb 26, 2017 18:52
#23
Great if you like shell collecting !!
1 Like #24
Totally understand the safety concerns, but to call Egyptians pervs is abseloutely disgusting and racist. I am half Egyptian myself and can safely say that none of my family are pervs! Very narrow minded comment yozzas.
#25
I was in Sharm in 1977 - lovely seas, brilliant place totally safe - slept on the beach and watched Jackals. Hotels fantastic. A few months later the Israeli Defence Force tanks and troops withdrew and I wouldn't go near the place...
#26
Have to agree with the pervs comments would not go anywhere near this hole again also a dirty place once you get past marble frontage. *If you want to get ripped off, suffer food poisoning, get subjected to sexaul comments and have pervs looking at your kids great place to go.
All my own experiences *.


Edited By: waterloo on Mar 20, 2017 16:06: Added

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