Small compound in Hurghada in Old Sheratonstreet very close to the Mariot Hotel and one of the last pulic beaches afo Hurghada. All the units have seaview, even the ones at the swimmingpoollevel.
It offers access to a wide array of services and facilities that cater to your living preference. The project is within close proximity to Hurghada Promenade, public beaches, and Hurghada Marina.
Whether for kids or adults, the pools facilities meet all the family needs, with full hospitality services offered while you enjoy the shades of blue.
The bespoke units are designed in various sizes, and built systematically to ensure privacy and spectacular views. The units starts from 45m² until 115m². Studio till a big family apartment.
This resort brings you all what you need. If you don’t like to leave the resort then this is a really good solution! Fun and relaxing for the whole family.
If you want to go out, the beach is only at the other side of the street, minutes walking distance. Also the nice Mamsha with different (tourists)shops and restaurants is on walking distance. The closest big shoppingmall is about 15 minutes drive.
Hurghada will also be named like the Miami Beach of Egypt. It has beautiful beaches with a lot of Coral, and nice clear water. Go make a snorkeling or diving trip to see all the most beautiful colors, and animals the sea can give you. Or go make a ride with a quad in the dessert and visit the Bedouins and see how they live.
The most famous street in Hurghada is Sheraton Road.(only 5 minutes walking from the resort) Here you can find all different shops, restaurants and supermarkets. It’s about 20 minutes walking to the big Marina. Where you can sit and relax and enjoy your meal and drink a nice Cocktail.
Hurghada was founded in the early 20th century. For many decades it was a small fishing village, but it has grown into a major Red Sea resort as a result of Egyptian and foreign investment that began in the 1980s. Holiday resorts and hotels provide facilities for windsurfing, kitesurfing, yachting, scuba diving and snorkeling. The city is known for its watersports, nightlife and warm weather. Daytime temperatures are around 30 °C (86 °F) most of the year, and during July and August temperatures can reach over 40 °C (104 °F). Hurghada is a popular holiday destination for Europeans, especially during the winter, and some spend Christmas and New Year there. Tourist numbers from Russia dropped significantly after the Metrojet Flight 9268 plane crash in November 2015.
Hurghada extends for about 36 kilometres (22 mi) along the coast, but does not reach far into the surrounding desert. The resort is a destination for Egyptian tourists from Cairo, the Delta and Upper Egypt, as well as package holiday tourists from Europe. Hurghada has a population of 248,000 and is divided into:
El Ahia and El Helal – the northern part
El Dahar (Downtown) – the old town
Sakala – the city center
El Kawsar – the modern part
El Mamsha (Village Road) – a pedestrianised street with a length of over 4 km (2.5 mi)
Many of Hurghada’s newer hotels, restaurants, and shops are located along El Mamsha. Most of the newest and largest hotel resorts are located in the area between Mamsha and Sahl Hasheesh on El Mamsha. Beyond Sahl Hasheesh there are the hotels of Makadi Bay. Dahar is the oldest part of the town where the town’s traditional bazaar, the post office and the long-distance bus stations (Go Bus and Upper Egypt Bus) are situated. The busiest area is Sakala, the “city center” on Sheraton Road, where there are hotels, shops and restaurants.
The city is served by the Hurghada International Airport with scheduled passenger traffic connecting to Cairo and directly to several cities in Europe. A new terminal was opened in 2015 to accommodate increasing traffic.