in Dahab , Egypt - Red Sea
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Iberotel Dahabeya photo 1, Pool-view superior twin room, Iberotel Dahabeya photo 3, Swim-up bar, Lobby bar, Pool bar, Iberotel Dahabeya photo 7, Main restaurant, Children's pool on right, Iberotel Dahabeya photo 10, Family double room, Dahab, Family double room, Children's play area, Lobby, Dahab, Beach bar, Iberotel Dahabeya photo 18, Bar terrace, Iberotel Dahabeya photo 20, Iberotel Dahabeya photo 21, Iberotel Dahabeya photo 22, Bar terrace, Iberotel Dahabeya photo 24, Iberotel Dahabeya photo 25, Iberotel Dahabeya photo 26, Iberotel Dahabeya photo 27, Iberotel Dahabeya photo 28, Iberotel Dahabeya photo 29, Iberotel Dahabeya photo 30, Sea-view deluxe twin room
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In the UK, this holiday is only available from the Thomson Group.
All rooms have air-conditioning, satellite TV, phone, hairdryer and a balcony or terrace. Superior pool-view rooms have twin beds, plus and an extra bed or sofa bed.
We also offer Family rooms and Sea-view rooms.
Family rooms with have twin beds and 2 extra beds and sleep up to 3 adults and 1 child up to 12 yrs.
Sea-view rooms available in the summer only.
1 hour 30 minutes
Your guide to Dahab, Egypt - Red Sea
"With its relaxed pace and spectacular underwater sites, Dahab is the Red Sea in more laid-back, simple style."
Thanks to its traditional Moorish design and Sinai Mountain backdrop, the Iberotel Dahabeya is every inch the Egyptian retreat.
The Iberotel Dahabeya is surrounded on all sides by great scenery. The hotel has the sandy bay of Dahab directly in front of it, and the Sinai Mountains rise up behind it.
The architecture of the hotel is typically Moorish. Whitewashed walls and horseshoe entrance ways define the exterior, while marble floors and decorative tile work characterise the inside space. Bedrooms are pretty traditional, too, featuring dark-wood furniture and Egyptian-red cushions.
The swimming pool is huge and surrounded by sunloungers. There’s a swim-up bar in the water, too, where you can sip cocktails in the shade of the thatched roof.
The restaurant lays on big buffet spreads at breakfast, lunch and dinner. In the evenings, fish, meat and vegetarian dishes compete against cooked-to-order pasta and barbecued food for your attention.
Finally, if you fancy a change of scene, the town of Masbat is just 3 kilometres away, and the hotel runs regular shuttle buses.
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