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Egypt Jan / Feb - 5* All inclusive 7 nights at The Grand Palace + Flights (MAN + LDN) from £479pp @ Voyage Privé
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Egypt Jan / Feb - 5* All inclusive 7 nights at The Grand Palace + Flights (MAN + LDN) from £479pp @ Voyage Privé

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Posted 18th Dec 2019

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Egypt seems to be tipped as one of the more popular destinations next year, and with security improving in the region, more and more holiday makers are picking up the bargains to be had.

The 5* Grand Palace resort looks amazing, with 7 nights all inclusive stay, plus flights and transfers from £479pp, this could be an ideal last minute getaway for some winter sun.

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  • Dive into a sumptuous beachfront stay at The Grand Palace 5*, a charming Adults-Only retreat.
  • Enjoy indulgent facilities such as an outdoor pool, spa treatments, a lovely private beach and a wide range of dining options all in this hotel on the edge of the Red Sea.
  • Our members will stay in a Junior Suite with All Inclusive dining, resort transfers and flights included in this package!

With its year-round sunshine and stunning scenery, above and below the water, the Red Sea Riviera has long been a holiday favourite for sunbathing and a world-class diving destination.

The former fishing town of Hurghada has transformed itself into a spectacular retreat complete with 20 kilometres of golden sand and luxurious beachside hotels. Head downtown to Old Hurghada and capture traditional Egyptian life around the mosques and lively bazaars.



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Absolutely hate websites that requires you to register before you can browse anything!!
I did a quick tally of the friends and family I have lost in the last 20 years and old age aside, they were all as a result of avoidable illnesses, lifestyle choices, RTA’s, Suicide, crap genes and a myriad of other causes of non terrorist related deaths. In addition I did the same for those suffering a wide bandwidth of injuries. Guess what? Call me a jinx or call me lucky, but to a man woman and child, not one person alive or dead had succumbed to acts of terrorism.

Terrorism is the unlawful act of intimidation or violence for political gain. If as a UK resident you are intimidated, you lose. If you suffer as the result of a violent terrorist act, then you will have been EXTREMELY unlucky. Be lucky.
Edited by: "Baldricky" 20th Dec 2019
spicy_gal18/12/2019 13:09

damn adults only lol, not for families with kids then lol


Get them all PS4 pro's or Xbox one X's for crimbo Leave em some microwave meals,they'll never know you've gone n come back....
smushs8818/12/2019 13:09

Very tempting although never been that intrigued by Egypt beforehand


Just go! It's amazing!
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damn adults only lol, not for families with kids then lol
Very tempting although never been that intrigued by Egypt beforehand
What city is this?
smushs8818/12/2019 13:09

Very tempting although never been that intrigued by Egypt beforehand


Just go! It's amazing!
Is it true, Voyage Privé means outside toilet?
Should be on HUKMD (Hot UK Millionaire Deals) 😏
smushs8818/12/2019 13:09

Very tempting although never been that intrigued by Egypt beforehand


Just came back. Was lovely
I would prefer something in El Gouna. It's a town near Hurghada with lagoons and streets. It's a bit more expensive.
It could be a bit cold in the morning after the end of November, I was there a year ago in December. It's a good time to go to Luxor or on a desert safari
I think you should also mention that you will have to buy a visa at $25 per person.
spicy_gal18/12/2019 13:09

damn adults only lol, not for families with kids then lol


Get them all PS4 pro's or Xbox one X's for crimbo Leave em some microwave meals,they'll never know you've gone n come back....
Mark18/12/2019 13:41

Private trip I would think


Nice find
Absolutely hate websites that requires you to register before you can browse anything!!
x80ssm18/12/2019 13:40

Just came back. Was lovely


Is this the normal price then?
jumpinoffthbed18/12/2019 23:07

Is this the normal price then?


I paid £1150 with first choice for a 4*. I would jump at this
x80ssm18/12/2019 23:22

I paid £1150 with first choice for a 4*. I would jump at this


Ah I thought you meant you stayed here. I got a hurghada 5* last December for £420 with first choice.
jumpinoffthbed18/12/2019 23:34

Ah I thought you meant you stayed here. I got a hurghada 5* last December …Ah I thought you meant you stayed here. I got a hurghada 5* last December for £420 with first choice.


As in there was cheaper hotels like jaz casa but i went with something a little nicer. As TC crashed out the prices hiked up at first choice so i had to pay a little premium
Terrorists are very likely to try to carry out attacks in Egypt. Although most attacks occur in North Sinai, there is a risk of terrorist attacks across the country. Attacks could be indiscriminate, affecting Egyptian security forces, religious sites, large public gatherings and places visited by foreigners. There is a heightened threat of terrorist attacks in or around religious sites and during religious festivals, such as the month of Ramadan and the Christmas period (including Coptic Christmas), when terrorist groups have sometimes called for attacks. Terrorist attacks have occurred over local holiday weekends. Terrorists have attacked tourists in Egypt in the past. There is a heightened threat of terrorist attacks targeting Coptic Christians from extremists linked to Daesh-Sinai in Egypt.

You should follow the advice of Egyptian authorities, remaining particularly vigilant and maintaining a high level of security awareness in crowded places and at large gatherings. You can find a list of public holidays on the British Embassy Cairo website. The authorities in Egypt maintain a significant security presence across the country, including armed security officers stationed at important sites, critical infrastructure, and road checkpoints. Extra measures are in place at tourist sites. See Terrorism

Following the crash of a St Petersburg-bound flight in North Sinai in October 2015, direct flights between the UK and Sharm el Sheikh were suspended. The UK government has worked with Egyptian authorities to enable flights to resume, and on 22 October 2019 the restrictions were lifted. You should check with your airline or tour operator for information on services.

There remains a heightened risk of terrorism against aviation in Egypt. Additional security measures are in place for flights departing from Egypt to the UK. You should co-operate fully with security officials at airports. See Terrorism and Air travel
Serious question, does the room come with a double bed or can you get two singles?
Seems to be a sudden influx of terrorist themed postings.....almost scripted.
Jef_B18/12/2019 13:32

Should be on HUKMD (Hot UK Millionaire Deals) 😏


Seriously hope you don't think you have to be rich to afford a sub £500pp holiday for 5* 7 days all inclusive to somewhere hot

You might need tips on how to save
Edited by: "gg1pl" 20th Dec 2019
thecoolguy20/12/2019 19:11

Terrorists are very likely to try to carry out attacks in Egypt.


Yes. Because England is that much safer...

By the way, most Egypt hotel complexes have security gates and 24h guards
I did a quick tally of the friends and family I have lost in the last 20 years and old age aside, they were all as a result of avoidable illnesses, lifestyle choices, RTA’s, Suicide, crap genes and a myriad of other causes of non terrorist related deaths. In addition I did the same for those suffering a wide bandwidth of injuries. Guess what? Call me a jinx or call me lucky, but to a man woman and child, not one person alive or dead had succumbed to acts of terrorism.

Terrorism is the unlawful act of intimidation or violence for political gain. If as a UK resident you are intimidated, you lose. If you suffer as the result of a violent terrorist act, then you will have been EXTREMELY unlucky. Be lucky.
Edited by: "Baldricky" 20th Dec 2019
thecoolguy20/12/2019 19:11

Terrorists are very likely to try to carry out attacks in Egypt. Although …Terrorists are very likely to try to carry out attacks in Egypt. Although most attacks occur in North Sinai, there is a risk of terrorist attacks across the country. Attacks could be indiscriminate, affecting Egyptian security forces, religious sites, large public gatherings and places visited by foreigners. There is a heightened threat of terrorist attacks in or around religious sites and during religious festivals, such as the month of Ramadan and the Christmas period (including Coptic Christmas), when terrorist groups have sometimes called for attacks. Terrorist attacks have occurred over local holiday weekends. Terrorists have attacked tourists in Egypt in the past. There is a heightened threat of terrorist attacks targeting Coptic Christians from extremists linked to Daesh-Sinai in Egypt.You should follow the advice of Egyptian authorities, remaining particularly vigilant and maintaining a high level of security awareness in crowded places and at large gatherings. You can find a list of public holidays on the British Embassy Cairo website. The authorities in Egypt maintain a significant security presence across the country, including armed security officers stationed at important sites, critical infrastructure, and road checkpoints. Extra measures are in place at tourist sites. See TerrorismFollowing the crash of a St Petersburg-bound flight in North Sinai in October 2015, direct flights between the UK and Sharm el Sheikh were suspended. The UK government has worked with Egyptian authorities to enable flights to resume, and on 22 October 2019 the restrictions were lifted. You should check with your airline or tour operator for information on services.There remains a heightened risk of terrorism against aviation in Egypt. Additional security measures are in place for flights departing from Egypt to the UK. You should co-operate fully with security officials at airports. See Terrorism and Air travel


This Xmas don't you be going out stay in get drunk and be merry and while you at it try to get life!
smushs88 wrote:
Very tempting although never been that intrigued by Egypt beforehand

I went in September for the first time ever. And it was the worst holiday i have ever had in 5 years. And I’ve been to butlins
5 star hotel was the worst food i have ever had. And how they treated all passengers in the airport. They should be ashamed of themselves. Everyone i talked to in the airport said they wouldn’t go back. Absolutely horrendous. i should of listened to myself and not took the trip. But was listening to others. Never again.
We went to cairo last week of Nov. It was amazing. People are so nice and the food was brilliant. Flights and airport experience was stress/trouble free. Only negative was getting scammed getting the visa online, just beware of that
gg1pl20/12/2019 19:37

Seriously hope you don't think you have to be rich to afford a sub £500pp …Seriously hope you don't think you have to be rich to afford a sub £500pp holiday for 5* 7 days all inclusive to somewhere hotYou might need tips on how to save


It’s not that easy for some people, there’s always stories everywhere about how family’s struggle to get by each month. Spending a couple of hundred pounds per a person to go away for a week is a lot of money to save up in the first place and then you’ll need additional money to spend there to make the trip worth while
thecoolguy20/12/2019 19:11

Terrorists are very likely to try to carry out attacks in Egypt. Although …Terrorists are very likely to try to carry out attacks in Egypt. Although most attacks occur in North Sinai, there is a risk of terrorist attacks across the country. Attacks could be indiscriminate, affecting Egyptian security forces, religious sites, large public gatherings and places visited by foreigners. There is a heightened threat of terrorist attacks in or around religious sites and during religious festivals, such as the month of Ramadan and the Christmas period (including Coptic Christmas), when terrorist groups have sometimes called for attacks. Terrorist attacks have occurred over local holiday weekends. Terrorists have attacked tourists in Egypt in the past. There is a heightened threat of terrorist attacks targeting Coptic Christians from extremists linked to Daesh-Sinai in Egypt.You should follow the advice of Egyptian authorities, remaining particularly vigilant and maintaining a high level of security awareness in crowded places and at large gatherings. You can find a list of public holidays on the British Embassy Cairo website. The authorities in Egypt maintain a significant security presence across the country, including armed security officers stationed at important sites, critical infrastructure, and road checkpoints. Extra measures are in place at tourist sites. See TerrorismFollowing the crash of a St Petersburg-bound flight in North Sinai in October 2015, direct flights between the UK and Sharm el Sheikh were suspended. The UK government has worked with Egyptian authorities to enable flights to resume, and on 22 October 2019 the restrictions were lifted. You should check with your airline or tour operator for information on services.There remains a heightened risk of terrorism against aviation in Egypt. Additional security measures are in place for flights departing from Egypt to the UK. You should co-operate fully with security officials at airports. See Terrorism and Air travel


And if you live in London you face the risk of an attack every day so I'll try my luck thanks.
Just came back from hurghada and will return in the future. No worries of terrorism. Everyone we came across was really nice, albeit a bit pushy when it came to shop owners.
2012a20/12/2019 19:53

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Or you could just remain ignorant and stay in your own comfort zone. Having been to the country numerous times can't speak highly enough of the people and the resorts, most recently as July. As a Scotsman (infidel) that lives in England maybe I should be scared of the locals???

On the deal looks good but would check the weather that time of year, it will be good but at night time maybe need jumper or wrap.
Went to Hurdghada this October. Can honestly say best holiday destination ever. The people are really friendly the 5* hotel we stayed in was beach front so we had slides for kids and beach. We also went snorkling on a boat trip (highly recommended). We paid over £3k for 5 of us so this is much cheaper.
The main thing i would check for is weather forecast. We used outdoor pools in October but got a bit cooler in the evenings. They did say though that two of the 14 or so pools were heated in winter.
Woww... Very tempting. Good find OP
thecoolguy20/12/2019 19:11

Terrorists are very likely to try to carry out attacks in Egypt. Although …Terrorists are very likely to try to carry out attacks in Egypt. Although most attacks occur in North Sinai, there is a risk of terrorist attacks across the country. Attacks could be indiscriminate, affecting Egyptian security forces, religious sites, large public gatherings and places visited by foreigners. There is a heightened threat of terrorist attacks in or around religious sites and during religious festivals, such as the month of Ramadan and the Christmas period (including Coptic Christmas), when terrorist groups have sometimes called for attacks. Terrorist attacks have occurred over local holiday weekends. Terrorists have attacked tourists in Egypt in the past. There is a heightened threat of terrorist attacks targeting Coptic Christians from extremists linked to Daesh-Sinai in Egypt.You should follow the advice of Egyptian authorities, remaining particularly vigilant and maintaining a high level of security awareness in crowded places and at large gatherings. You can find a list of public holidays on the British Embassy Cairo website. The authorities in Egypt maintain a significant security presence across the country, including armed security officers stationed at important sites, critical infrastructure, and road checkpoints. Extra measures are in place at tourist sites. See TerrorismFollowing the crash of a St Petersburg-bound flight in North Sinai in October 2015, direct flights between the UK and Sharm el Sheikh were suspended. The UK government has worked with Egyptian authorities to enable flights to resume, and on 22 October 2019 the restrictions were lifted. You should check with your airline or tour operator for information on services.There remains a heightened risk of terrorism against aviation in Egypt. Additional security measures are in place for flights departing from Egypt to the UK. You should co-operate fully with security officials at airports. See Terrorism and Air travel



From MI5 website: Current national threat level The threat to the UK (England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland) from terrorism is SUBSTANTIAL.

Or we can get on with living.............know what I am choosing. Merry Xmas
Not sure why anyone would want to go even if it was free?
Absolutely love Egypt hope to see some sharm el sheikh deals soon
enallum18/12/2019 14:17

I think you should also mention that you will have to buy a visa at $25 …I think you should also mention that you will have to buy a visa at $25 per person.


I think if u stay for 7 days no visa fees needs to be paid
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