This beachfront hotel has plenty of things to do and places to eat, plus it comes with easy access to a colourful coral reef.
As well as a beachfront location, this hotel offers up a raft of sports and activities, and a dining set-up that gets high praise on TripAdvisor.
A huge pool forms the centrepoint of the hotel. As for the bedrooms, they feature smart and stylish décor, plus a balcony or terrace.
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Full Board buffet meals. 1 visit per week to each of the à la carte restaurants. Local alcoholic and soft drinks. Afternoon tea and coffee. Midnight soups and sandwiches.
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This large pool is the perfect place to cool off and unwind with its wraparound sun terrace dotted with sunbeds and parasols for that bit of extra shade.
Asian à la carte restaurant
Dine al fresco and enjoy the garden views at the Asian restaurant. You'll need to book a table in advance. You'll get one free visit per week to each of the à la carte restaurants.
The activity pool comes with a separate kids' section ideal for little ones to splash around in.
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double room with pool view
These double rooms with a pool view come with stylish décor and soft furnishings and sleep up to two. They come with a double or twin beds, heating and a mini-fridge stocked with soft drinks on arrival.
double room with sea view
These double rooms with a sea view come with stylish décor and soft furnishings and sleep up to two. They come with a double or twin beds, heating and a mini-fridge stocked with soft drinks on arrival
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Ticked All The Boxes!
This was our second visit to this hotel and it didn't disappoint. We visited all 3 A La Carte Restaurants during our one week stay which were included free of charge and paid the additional cost to visit the 4th which was only 10 euros per head and proved to be well worth it. The food in all 4 restaurantes was lovely. All of the staff in the hotel were fab but I must give a special mention to Adele from Cafe Cisse because he worked so hard and couldn't do enough for us . Then there was Ahmed (Waleed) who worked at the pool bar and looked after us so well. If I were to find one negative about our whole week's holiday it would be that the group of evening entertainers who were a trio, a lady and 2 men one of whom played a saxaphone, were dreadful and sang the most unrecognisable and dreary songs. It would have been better not to have them at all and just to play songs from a laptop. The dance floor was empty whilst they were playing. But as I say that would be the only negative thing because overall we had a wonderful, relaxing week and it was just what the doctor ordered. We will definately be returning.More
Trish B, Liverpool, United Kingdom
I stayed here with my family and friend last October. We had an amazing stay from beginning to end. The pools were huge and very clean, the only problem I had was that it was absolutely freezing. The staff were always funny, polite and charming! There were many activities for me and my friend to do alone as well as spend time with my family. I thought the rooms were lovely. Always kept to an excellent clean standard. The food was absolutely delicious with a different theme every night we never got bored. Highly recommend!More
sar1421, Bournemouth, United Kingdom
Wonderful week away........
Just returned after a fab week, 6 of us (3 generations) all of us had a wonderful holiday. The hotel has everything you need, the food, drink and staff are all 100%. So much trouble is taken every night in the main restaurant. A different theme each night, Egyptian night, Gala night, Italian and so on. Cocktails are the best we have ever had, depending on what bar you get them from they can differ but always good. I did get Egyptian tummy whilst there and was in bed for three days and had the doctor call on me. He gave me an injection and 4 lots of meds and slowly was able to leave my room. So I lost 3 days of my week which was sad. The heat when we left on the 10th May had reached 41c, not much breeze if any. Apparently it was early in the year for that heat, that is why we chose May we did not want to suffer with the heat. The relax pool we enjoyed more, but towels were put on sun beds very early, not a bed to be had after 7.30am. Which really is ridiculous, you do have to set your alarm for an early start whilst on holiday which is sad. We did notice a few days before we left some had put their towels on the sunbeds on the way back to their rooms at night. Would imagine soon they will just eave the towels there from the day before. That issue really needs addressing, we witnessed a few arguments and I am sure there will be more. Lots of Russians there and I am sorry but we found them so very rude. True we did not need their company or wanted it but a smile or nod when passing someone costs nothing. But they could not raise a smile and push in when waiting for food, very rude. Try not to let it upset you and all will be great. No reason whilst anybody should not have a wonderful holiday at Magic Life.More
sandb_gardiner, London, United Kingdom
We were slightly dissapointed
Things didn't get off the a good start, we arrived at the hotel late evening, and was told to get off the bus and wait for cases to be unloaded then identify our cases. I had one of the porters shouting at me to go and stand with my cases. which was a problem as I was trying to tell him it was still under the bus. We checked in on line so thought things would be quick they couldn't find any evidence of this. then we were taken to our room or so we thought, we were pointed to our block and just left to get on with it. We weren't happy. The first day or so we were like fish out of water didn't know where anything was, as the only map we had be given was postage stamp size and no others round the place. we then had to tolerate a vast majority of Russian guests which to one Brit, German and Dutch there was about 30 of them the were rude, arrogant and extremely aggressive to the point one of our friends was threatened in the toilets. The food in the main Buffet was ok, some of the drinks were ok, not amazing like people had said. we found the best food on a lunchtime was the Mai Tai beach restaurant and didn't have to get pushed all over the Russians. we went to 3 al la cartes Tai wasn't bad Egyptian very good and Italian was nice but would have been better in Italian if we weren't left with the entire four courses of dirty pots on our table. Breakfast we found very dismal, we did try the cakes up in Sissi tower on our last day cakes was good not sure about the coffee as we never received it. Rooms were spacious although dated but very clean. Entertainment was a bit boring, we ventured out of the hotel a few evenings. Most of the staff were really good especially Mohammed on the beach who worked in the main bar in the evening. Once we found our way round the place and tipped a few of the staff things got so much better. we stayed at the jaz Mirabel Beach last year and although it was a platinum hotel as was magic life the service and the food was far superior. We would stay again but wouldn't be the top of our list. Wi fi was completely uselessMore
Del1269, South yorkshire
Stayed here for a week end of April. Room was very comfortable, and our cleaner made sure we had everything we needed. food was fresh and choices to suit everyone. Staff were so helpful, cheerful and worked so hard but always a smile for you. Excellent themed restaurants, you can visit 3 in weeks holiday, each one was like having a special night out. Eagles cocktail bar just fantastic. We loved the relax pool, again pool guy and snack bar staff helped to make a wonderful holiday. Really I cannot fault anything at all. Definitely one to make a return visit to. Make sure you take anti Mozi bands or lotion and apply by 5pm when they enjoy eating !!!!More
Kathleen L, Wakefield, United Kingdom
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