5* Egypt all inclusive holiday 7nts from £358pp - incl. flights, hotel & free room upgrade @ Holiday Pirates
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5* Egypt all inclusive holiday 7nts from £358pp - incl. flights, hotel & free room upgrade @ Holiday Pirates

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Found 6th Dec
Ahoy pirates! We've spotted this great 5* luxury deal for a beach holiday in Egypt. You will be staying at the Travellers' Choice awarded Concorde Moreen Beach Resort & Spa Marsa Alam right on the beach featuring 4 pools, a spa and 6 dining and drinking options with all inclusive and a FREE room upgrade to sea view included in your stay. We found cheap dates spanning December - March, so get in now if you are in the market for some winter sun!


Holiday details:

  • Travel duration: 7 nights (longer or shorter stays possible)
  • Example date: 8th – 15th Jan 2018
  • Flight + Hotel package from Loveholidays
  • Departure airports: Birmingham
  • 5* Concorde Beach Resort & Spa Marsa Alam
  • (4.5/5 TripAdvisor)
  • Board basis – all inclusive
  • Free Room Upgrade to Sea View Room
  • Based on 2 adults sharing
  • Not your dates/travel party size? Adjust search according to preference
Price breakdown for 2 adults sharing:

  • Loveholidays package £718 / 2 = £359pp
Optional extras

  • Check-in luggage £51 per bag
  • Shuttle transfers £24.50 per person
About your stay

The upscale Travellers' Choice awarded Concorde Moreen Beach Resort & Spa Marsa Alamboasts panoramic views of the Red Sea, along with 4 outdoor pool areas and a gym with spa facilities, not to mention a kids clubs with heaps of activities for the little ones. You will be staying in a spacious room in contemporary style featuring a seating area, a flat-screen TV and a minibar, amongst other things. What's more, it comes with complimentary room upgrade to sea-views!

As you will be staying on an all inclusive basis here (with the choice of 6 restaurants and bars) you really can just relax with not a single care in the world, apart from when it's time to turn over for an even tan. And not to worry if laying on the beach or by the pool is not your thing, there are loads of activities for grown ups too – including camel riding, jeep safari and snorkelling.

Top comments

Life's too short not to grab every opportunity to explore this incredible planet we live on. Sitting at home and missing out on these opportunities does not mean you'll live any longer, but it will probably just seem like it. The Egyptians, especially those working in the resorts, are incredibly hospitable and really grateful to those tourists who do not let rare terrorist attacks put them off. Fatuous comments which over play the risk only play into the hands of Daesh, at the expense of ordinary Egyptians trying to support their families. If there is anything good to come out of the bad publicity, it is that those who go can afford to upgrade their accommodation by a couple of notches and they will not have to sit next to someone scared of their own shadow. The offer gets some heat from me.
Edited by: "sheerpride" 6th Dec

lidds15 m ago

Where did you stay?. I have found the hotels always to be good standards, …Where did you stay?. I have found the hotels always to be good standards, but I guess you get what you pay for as their 3/4 stars aren't really our 3/4. But can still get really well priced 5 stars


Hilton sharm waterfalls. Nasty dirty place. On top of that no bars were open because of Ramadan and everyone went praying. Yes praying on a tourist resort in a hotel were the only source of income was from tourists. The streets were full of men literally getting Bonner's from the women and on many occasions surrounded them like a pack of wolves going in for a kill. If you paid me I wouldn't go ever again.

Ok, so this is Marsa - 3 hours drive from Hurghada (which is popular with Russians) and a whole sea away from Sharm. Marsa is very very quiet and sleepy. It is basically large hotels along the shore and nowhere to go shopping or out for the night. If you want a hotel complex in nice weather then this is it. The only place to go to is Port Ghalib which has around 4 restaurants, 4 bars and a number of local cafes and fake handbag/dancing camel shops.

That said, the snorkelling is good (not on the same level as Sharm but where is..), the diving is better than the snorkelling - still not as good as Sharm but where is....(Emperor is the best and safest dive centre) and it can be very pleasant sitting in Ghalib looking out over the marina at night.

Ive been there 4-5 times and have never ever felt unsafe. Not from male attention (yes I’m a western woman in her 30s gasp...) or from terrorist attack. To be honest you’d struggle to find more than 10 tourists together outside the hotel or the airport. I feel MUCH more unsafe going to work in central London every day.
Edited by: "bluep" 9th Dec
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I’m not sure if I could relax for 7 nights

"Optional extras

  • Check-in luggage £51 per bag
  • Shuttle transfers £24.50 per person" ... not so cheap then

Very tempting at this price, but I think I will pass

lidds15 m ago

Where did you stay?. I have found the hotels always to be good standards, …Where did you stay?. I have found the hotels always to be good standards, but I guess you get what you pay for as their 3/4 stars aren't really our 3/4. But can still get really well priced 5 stars


Hilton sharm waterfalls. Nasty dirty place. On top of that no bars were open because of Ramadan and everyone went praying. Yes praying on a tourist resort in a hotel were the only source of income was from tourists. The streets were full of men literally getting Bonner's from the women and on many occasions surrounded them like a pack of wolves going in for a kill. If you paid me I wouldn't go ever again.

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catalonia31 m ago

Don't be an idiot,at one point flights were stopped to Egypt over security …Don't be an idiot,at one point flights were stopped to Egypt over security measures not here hey


Flights were stopped to Sharm airport but not Egypt (other airports open) Once outside the Airport grounds it is considered as safe as here around the red sea resorts.
I have been to Egypt 4 times and agree some parts are a $hit hole but so is London but just not as bad.
Edited by: "paulandpam1" 6th Dec

Life's too short not to grab every opportunity to explore this incredible planet we live on. Sitting at home and missing out on these opportunities does not mean you'll live any longer, but it will probably just seem like it. The Egyptians, especially those working in the resorts, are incredibly hospitable and really grateful to those tourists who do not let rare terrorist attacks put them off. Fatuous comments which over play the risk only play into the hands of Daesh, at the expense of ordinary Egyptians trying to support their families. If there is anything good to come out of the bad publicity, it is that those who go can afford to upgrade their accommodation by a couple of notches and they will not have to sit next to someone scared of their own shadow. The offer gets some heat from me.
Edited by: "sheerpride" 6th Dec

Got a feeling Catalonia won't be on HUKD for much longer ,just a feeling

My main concern on my visit to tgipt was that the hotel was staffed by mainly men who seemed to think it was ok to oggle the females irrespective of their age.

rickj15 m ago

My main concern on my visit to tgipt was that the hotel was staffed by …My main concern on my visit to tgipt was that the hotel was staffed by mainly men who seemed to think it was ok to oggle the females irrespective of their age.


Most hotel staff are male and from major cities Cairo Luxor etc where the women follow strict Muslim codes and keep themselves fully covered up. It must be an eye opener to these men how western women dress or sometimes the case don't dress plus some believe a Western bride could mean a life of luxury.
I'm not saying it's correct how they behave but in a way I can understand.
Edited by: "paulandpam1" 7th Dec

Personally I would stay well clear of any country in the Middle East unless you are prepared to take the risk...

paulandpam11 h, 12 m ago

Most hotel staff are male and from major cities Cairo Luxor etc where the …Most hotel staff are male and from major cities Cairo Luxor etc where the women follow strict Muslim codes and keep themselves fully covered up. It must be an eye opener to these men how western women dress or sometimes the case don't dress plus some believe a Western bride could mean a life of luxury.I'm not saying it's correct how they behave but in a way I can understand.


Unbelievable i cannot believe what i have just read

Egypt is dead now and a ghost town. If you trust the Egyptian police to protect you from Isis then good luck as from experience they are useless!! I would not go back if you paid me tbh

Been to an Egyptian 5 star hotel some years ago and enjoyed it and researched going next Jan a while back. Eventually E things put me off........reports that due to low occupancy the hotels were offering silly rates to Egyptians and Russians who generally came as large families and could be noisy or disruptive; Very short sunshine days with the pools being too cold to use and windy which could make sunbathing awkward; 5 1/2 flights on older planes with no TVs. Decided to look elsewhere in the end.

Looks like Trump will have put the nail in the coffin of holiday travel to certain countries...

But then again I consider there is a bigger risk in cycling on UK roads than traveling to some supposedly risky countries.

jamgin47 m ago

Looks like Trump will have put the nail in the coffin of holiday travel to …Looks like Trump will have put the nail in the coffin of holiday travel to certain countries...But then again I consider there is a bigger risk in cycling on UK roads than traveling to some supposedly risky countries.



True, but what you are describing is the risk as perceived of an accident. Maurading gunman specifically targeting westerners, now that's in a different league.

Ok, so this is Marsa - 3 hours drive from Hurghada (which is popular with Russians) and a whole sea away from Sharm. Marsa is very very quiet and sleepy. It is basically large hotels along the shore and nowhere to go shopping or out for the night. If you want a hotel complex in nice weather then this is it. The only place to go to is Port Ghalib which has around 4 restaurants, 4 bars and a number of local cafes and fake handbag/dancing camel shops.

That said, the snorkelling is good (not on the same level as Sharm but where is..), the diving is better than the snorkelling - still not as good as Sharm but where is....(Emperor is the best and safest dive centre) and it can be very pleasant sitting in Ghalib looking out over the marina at night.

Ive been there 4-5 times and have never ever felt unsafe. Not from male attention (yes I’m a western woman in her 30s gasp...) or from terrorist attack. To be honest you’d struggle to find more than 10 tourists together outside the hotel or the airport. I feel MUCH more unsafe going to work in central London every day.
Edited by: "bluep" 9th Dec

32665382-pPf6K.jpgStill under review????
Nothing bad here mods.

Holiday in Egypt - ha! ha! ha!

mazabits10 m ago

[Image] Still under review????Nothing bad here mods.


The mods are wronguns my post removed for telling the truth about the paedophiles men , the food poisoning, the thieves the list is so long horrible country.
Edited by: "waterloo" 7th Dec

waterloo57 m ago

The mods are wronguns my post removed for telling the truth about the …The mods are wronguns my post removed for telling the truth about the paedophiles men , the food poisoning, the thieves the list is so long horrible country.


Maybe they're from egypt????

There’s a fair Coptic Christian population - there’s pork butchers in Hurghada etc that you can buy pork from. Never had any issues eating it there IF you can find it.

Most hotel problems stem from guests not washing their hands before touching stuff from the buffet (or not using the distinfectant stuff in dispensers that a lot of them put outside the restaurants now days).
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