Egypt, Kahramana, Naama Bay 3* - 7 nights All Inclusive includes flights (from Birmingham) £281.97 pp @ Thomas Cook - HotUKDeals
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Thought this was a really decent bargain for 7 nights AI in Egypt. This price includes the cost of the hotel and all food drinks etc; return flights + taxes; late booking fee; 15kg of luggage pp. I haven't included transfers from the airport to the hotel but this is available for £40 but I always get a taxi as they are a) quicker and b) cheaper. I haven't included in flight meals either cos these are optional and frankly I would rather eat a tin of dog food, but these are available at £15 pp if you feel the need. The holiday is from 7th to 14th January with really good flight times. So, if you've had enough of the cold miserable weather and fancy a decent priced holiday (current temperature in Naama Bay 24C - current temperature Wigan 0C). The hotel and area gets very good reviews from people who have stayed there in the past ie between 4/5 and 5/5 in every category.

This hotel provides comfortable accommodation combined with a lively atmosphere and a good range of facilities. Located in the heart of Naama Bay, the Kahramana Hotel is an ideal choice for holidaymakers looking to make the most of the local nightlife.

Facilities
Free-form pool; whirlpool; terrace; parasols
Main restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner; a la carte restaurant
Tequila's bar; pool bar
24hr reception; money exchange facilities; souvenir shop
Room Info
Rooms have up to 3 beds, individually-controlled air conditioning, satellite TV, telephone, shower room and balcony or terrace. Prices are based on 2 adults sharing .
Activities
Massage available
Occasional evening entertainment
Food
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner; snacks served at selected times between meals; afternoon tea

An unlimited amount of hot, soft and alcoholic drinks (excluding international brands) served for a minimum of 12 hours per day

Actvities usually include aerobics, darts, pool table, tennis and water polo

Occasional daytime activities and evening entertainment usually includes live music and shows

Date 07 Jan 10
Airline Thomas Cook Airlines
From Birmingham
To Egypt (Sharm-el-sheik)
Departs 09:00
Arrives 16:30

Date 14 Jan 10
Airline Thomas Cook Airlines
From Egypt (Sharm-el-sheik)
To Birmingham
Departs 17:30
Arrives 21:40


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[mod]#1
1) Select "Go To Deal"
2) On the left hand side, where it says "Find Best Deal" select the following: -
a) Faraway Holiday
b) Any Destination
c) Any resort or city
d) Any UK airport
e) Departure date - 06/01/09
f) Number of nights - 7
g) Adults - 2
Then hit "Update Calendar"
3) On the results page select "Egypt 7th Jan"
4) Then select this holiday
** The price keeps changing every time I check ie it has gone up by a few quid and down by a few quid - it is currently at £279 pp - this is common when booking a holiday so please don't expire if the holiday is not exactly as the price quoted above
5) Remove Insurance/Inflight meals/Transfers
6) Book
7) Send me a postcard and enjoy


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Reviews from people who have stayed here are VERY good LINK
[COLOR="Navy"]Average accommodation rating 4/5
Average facilities rating 4/5
Average location rating 5/5
Average food & drink rating 4/5
Overall resort 4/5
Overall accommodation 4/5
Quality of facilities 4/5
Room comfort 4/5
Location 5/5
Quality of Food & Drink 5/5

Rated by 57 people who have holidayed here[/COLOR]
#3
I wouldnt stop in a 3 star Hotel , the class system is a joke in Egypt , i stayed in Naama Bay in a so called 5 star Hotel , i didnt feel like it was a 5 star ....service was good but room bog standard, until i met with the manager and was lucky enough to be put in one of the best rooms in the Hotel.

I dread to think what a 3 star would be like.
But seeing as youll be out most of the time i guess it does not matter all that much , im just a fussy git lol

I love it in Naama bay , Lovely beach , scuba diving , clear waters and really friendly people ...i didnt want to come home lol
#4
Great deal has long as the room is clean and the food is ok hot for me Not all people can aford a 5 star
kay
#5
True, even 5* hotels are like a Travel Lodge room.
But so what? Do you spend all day in your room, or just sleep there?

I went to a 5*, the room was like Travel Lodge, but the resort was great as was the food.
The lobby was 5* and free Wifi covered the resort.
There was a private beach and jetty as many hotels have.

The facilities of the hotel determine the rating and not just the room.

Even in UK you don't always get a LCD television in a 5* hotel.
As long as the room is clean, you have a comfortable bed, toilet, sink, shower/bath, bidget etc refrigerator, safe, cupboard, hairdryer, what more do you expect?
If you want plush furnishings, then go the global 5* brands and pay 2-3 times the price for the plush room that you may just sleep in.

But, I agree, for Egypt a 5* or 4* would be advisable due to food quality at the resort.
[mod]#6
A-n-d-y
I wouldnt stop in a 3 star Hotel , the class system is a joke in Egypt , i stayed in Naama Bay in a so called 5 star Hotel , i didnt feel like it was a 5 star ....service was good but room bog standard, until i met with the manager and was lucky enough to be put in one of the best rooms in the Hotel.

I dread to think what a 3 star would be like.
But seeing as youll be out most of the time i guess it does not matter all that much , im just a fussy git lol

I love it in Naama bay , Lovely beach , scuba diving , clear waters and really friendly people ...i didnt want to come home lol


Better than where you stayed by the sound of things based on customer reviews (see details / link above) :)
#7
:thumbsup: + heat
#9
holidayed in egypt quite a few times...3-5star even the hilton x2..all quite the same ie shabby funiture etc..

imo the food was better in 3stars we stayed at cos the hotel was smaller and more personal....i wouldnt however go all inc in turkey 3star..but wouldnt hesitate with egypt-esp if reviews are good. Just wish i could take up this deal!
#10
Looking at the reviews (not tripadvisor but the other link) they all seem to be 16/05/2006??????????
A bit strange
#11
keep em comin andy
#12
you the man andy.seems a great deal!
#13
Nice find

H+R
#14
Had a week out in Naama Bay this time last month - I wonder if my boss would mind if I popped back out there for another week? ;)

Seriously, though, all accommodation in Sharm is simple and functional so don't expect the hotels to be similar to UK hotels. We stayed in the 4* Marriott Hotel and whilst the rooms were relatively simple (ie. tiles rather than carpet on the floors), the rooms were always kept clean and the hotel facilities were very nice indeed. I've also stayed in 3* Hotels in Sharm and whilst the rooms were often smaller, the facilities were always more than adequate for holidaymakers.

For £280, this is a pretty good deal - we pay £340 for a week in the 4* Marriott but that was B&B only!
#15
Me and my missus stayed here a couple of years ago - its fine and good value.

Huge beds, central location good pool. Food is average, but it's cheap and you can always just go to pizza hut, kfc etc! Theres an egypt restaurant call abu ali or something and a good curry house there. There's also lots of cheapo restaurants selling chicken and chips, kebab and chips etc.

Good value for money considering you get flights too. I would even stay here again at this price.

It's not as nice as the other 5 star hotels but they are more expensive.
#16
Had some good reviews on tripadvisor

Heat added
#17
Anyone been to Egypt without getting ill?
#18
Oh bargain so wished i hadnt just started a new job :(
#19
Besford
Anyone been to Egypt without getting ill?


That's funny. Everyone said to us don't eat green salad, or go easy on it because the tap water used to wash salad can cause stomach upsets. We ate salads in the Karahmana and didn't get any stomach upsets and were fine with everything else we ate including salads whilst in Naama bay.

A week into the holiday, we flew to Cairo for a few days and met up with some friends at the Hilton for a wedding. The restaurants looked fine in the Hilton and we had some of the green salad that came with our falafels etc.. That night my wife had a terrible stomach upset and was really ill, whereas I just had a small case of 'squits'. I think if you order a salad it should be safe but don't eat side salads or garnishes!

We were fine in Naama Bay though...
#20
Besford
Anyone been to Egypt without getting ill?


Yeah we did, 2 families, 4 kids (2 4 year olds and 2 babies under a year)

Good deal, I know where I would rather be today.
#21
Besford
Anyone been to Egypt without getting ill?


were all ill at the hilton hurghada and the lobby loos stank of it(TMI i know:oops:) i dont recall eating salads...

3star sol y mar sea star taba ate everything salads included-ice in drinks you name it-:thumbsup:not a trot! thats an 80year old-a teen and a child aswel.
#22
Its worth noting that the hotel is officially rated as a 4* with the Egypt tourist board and is 3+ with Sunset (Thomas Cook). So it should be a decent standard. Also, it is part of their escapades programme so is lively in high season but you should find it more laid back out of season.

Finally, I have found most hotels in Sharm are very careful and use bottled water for ice cubes and to wash salad in. It is my experience that many people who go to Egypt and get ill have been swimming/snorkelling/diving in the Red Sea. Coincidence? I've been 5 times and had Egypt belly every time apart from once, when I hadnt been in the sea!!
#23
Not much of agood deal.For a few quid more try First Choice,




Wed 13 Jan 2010
London Gatwick to Egypt - Red Sea

Sol Y Mar Dar El Madina
in Marsa Alam, Egypt - Red Sea


All Inclusive
1 week
2 Adults

Accommodation OptionsRoom options
The following room choices are suitable for your party.

Room(s) Description Sleeps Party price

1 × Twin room sleeps 3 Shower, WC, Balcony, Cot Space 2 - 3


Included

1 × Family room Shower, WC, Balcony 2 - 2
Add £196


View room descriptions
Quick look - Sol Y Mar Dar El Madina
Food: Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. BBQ on the terrace. Snacks.
Drink: Locally produced alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks by the glass from 9:00-24:00. Drinks in the Lobby bar and Pool snack bar.
Sports and Activities: All are included except where indicated*. Free year-round access to the Waterpark also included.
Standard rooms sleep up to 3 adults with twin beds and 1 fold up bed, private facilities, air-conditioning, satellite TV, telephone, safety deposit box, minibar*, balcony or terrace and cot space.
Family rooms sleep up to 2 adults and 2 children with twin beds, private facilities, air-conditioning, satellite TV, telephone, safety deposit box, minibar* and balcony or terrace.


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Late Checkout Catching a late flight home? Our late checkout rooms give you somewhere to shower, change and chill out, until at least 6pm.
Welcome Pack Ease into your holiday by having the shopping delivered right to your door the day you arrive.
Enjoy all the essentials such as bread, milk, tea, coffee, sugar and bottled water.

Flight Options

London Gatwick
Marsa Alam (6hr 35mins)
Wed 13 Jan 2010
Departs: 09:20
Arrives: 16:55
Airline: Thomson Airways
Marsa Alam
London Gatwick
Wed 20 Jan 2010
Departs: 17:55
Arrives: 21:55 Airline: Thomson Airways
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Flight extras
Party price
Select Your Seat Included

In-flight Meals Included
2 × Standard Meal



Tip - You can request alternative meal options such as Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten free and Diabetic meals at no extra cost.
More in-flight meal options
Baggage allowance Included
23kg per person


£648.00 Includes:
£274.00 online discount
and all taxes and charges


Thats £324 per person including transfers,inflight meals,extra baggage and a better hotel!
#24
Besford
Anyone been to Egypt without getting ill?


Yes been 2 years running niw & never got ill, neither did any of my family

Excellent deal, stayed in 4* both years and will go back again this year, its such a lovely place

Well found!!
#25
Awesome find Andywedge! This deal has been included in the Hotukdeals blog, Playpennies!

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