Grand Sea Host Mark
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Offering outdoor pool and a la carte restaurant, Grand Seas Resort HostMark is located in Hurghada. Wi-Fi access is available for a fee. The accommodation will provide you with a ... Continue reading
Offering outdoor pool and a la carte restaurant, Grand Seas Resort HostMark is located in Hurghada. Wi-Fi access is available for a fee.
The accommodation will provide you with a TV and air conditioning. Featuring a shower, private bathrooms also come with a hairdryer and towels. Extras include a minibar.
At Grand Seas Resort HostMark you will find a buffet restaurant and a fitness centre. Other facilities offered at the property include entertainment staff, a games room and a tour desk. The property offers free parking.
If you feel like visiting the surroundings, check out Giftun Island (9.7 miles) and New Marina (7.5 miles). This resort is 4.3 miles from Hurghada International Airport.
Spa and wellness centre
Private beach area
Water sport facilities (on site)
Facilities for disabled guests
VIP room facilities
Safety deposit box
Shops (on site)
Shuttle service (free)
Shared lounge/TV area
Food & Drink
The prices shown below show the cheapest holiday offers for the Grand Sea Host Mark in Hurghada. Please use the price links to see all holiday deals available for that month.
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Hurghada, known locally as Ghardaga, has grown from a small fishing village to an internationally renowned holiday resort town on the Red Sea coast of Egypt, famous for its underwater life and diving and snorkelling opportunities. Popular as a European package holiday destination, the town of Hurghada boasts first class hotels and all-inclusive resorts, as well as a highly vaunted nightlife. South of the town is the resort strip with hotels packed along a 12-mile (20km) stretch of beach, while within the town there are many bars, restaurants, shops and a variety of accommodation to suit all types of budget. The town's central location on Egypt's coast provides a gateway to prime diving sites throughout the Red Sea.
The holiday resort of Hurghada is renowned for its variety of watersports that includes sailing, fishing, kitesurfing and windsurfing. Offshore underwater gardens and coral reefs make this an internationally recognised location among divers and snorkellers, and for the less active many hotels offer glass-bottomed boat excursions to admire the corals and marine life. Hotels and resorts also offer water activities such as banana rides, pedal boats and canoeing, as well as trips to the Giftun Island Marine Park. On land there are beautiful beaches, golf courses, horse riding, and desert excursions, which include camel rides, hiking, 4x4 or quad safaris.
Hurghada has a variety of restaurants for those on holiday to enjoy, serving food from around the world, from Indian or French to Thai, Mexican and Japanese. El Dahar (downtown) offers a wide choice of authentic Egyptian eateries, including street stalls and inexpensive restaurants, and fast food chains such as KFC, Pizza Hut and McDonalds are also available. Most local places don't serve alcohol. Hotels all have their own restaurants, which serve up a variety of local and international cuisine.
With its growing reputation as a holiday party town 'par excellence', Hurghada boasts a lively nightlife with numerous clubs, discos, pubs and trendy lounges, and a variety of entertainment that includes beach barbeques, karaoke evenings, foam parties and divers' parties. Popular are Papas Beach Club and Calypso, while Alf Leila Wa Leila is famous for belly dancing and Arabic folklore.
El Dahar, the old part of Hurghada town, has a traditional Egyptian bazaar with a variety of shops selling tourist souvenirs and holidaymakers can splurge to their hearts' content. Bargaining is expected and prices will generally be better than in the resort village shops. The best buys are papyrus scrolls or traditional 'shisha pipes'.
The beach in Hurghada is made of dark red grainy sand interspersed with rocks and boulders; sandals should be worn.
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Hotel address : Km 14 Hurghada – Safaga Road , Red Sea ,, Hurghada, Red Sea, Egypt
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