This palatial hotel has a private beach and a choice of pools. There’s a first-class spa, too.
The Arabian-style buildings of this elegant hotel stand proud around the edges of an enormous terrace, complete with four outdoor pools and another two for children. Inside, you’ll find five restaurants, including an Italian and a Lebanese.
The hotel stretches down to a private beach, so you’re just footsteps away from the Red Sea. Other highlights include a luxury spa and high-calibre evening shows.
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. 1 visit to 1 of the à la carte restaurants per stay.
Selected local-brand alcohol and soft drinks by the glass until 24.00. Coffee and cakes. Mini bar stocked with bottled water daily and soft drinks once per stay.
Snacks and ice-cream at set times.
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Returned to this hotel for the 4th time for 2 weeks holiday mid September.
Weather is guaranteed very hot however enjoyed the sand storm.
Rooms are big and kept very clean, pools, gardens, beach also kept immaculate.
Felt that the Adult resteraunt food was not as good as previous years not so much choice, Al a carte Italian great. Chinese Al a carte full marks to Chef and to the steward who enjoyed speaking Chinese to my husband thank you for a great night.
To Lobna you are amazing hostess and we wish you all the best for November,
To the Reef Snack Bar by the pool Thank you Mahmood Abdel Hamid great steward credit to the hotel only sorry we missed our little friend returning from leave.
To the Stewards at the top bar you are all amazing first class service with a smile and very polite.
If there is one thing that I could suggest for improvement it would be to do away with the static sun shades and introduce umbrellas there was not enough shade for everybody in tempratures of 50 degrees there was a lot of sore people.
As Arnie would say we will be backMore
Worst hotel I have ever stayed in in my life please do not book this hotel unless you want to be ill
I arrived at the Jam on September 26th I'd stayed there previously April 2014. which was nice and clean and the food was good this hotel is absolutely rotten dirty the canteen where you eat, is all stained the floors the tables and chairs are filthy dirty their cooking facilities and they put the food in is disgustingly terrible. All the plates smelt all the country dirty .All around the pool area is dirty. the pool is dirty the sunbeds are broke staff are rude I would never ever go or advise anyone to go to the hotel again .it is really gone down Hill they are pushing a 2 stars,don't no how they get away with 5 star, that I'll never know the hotel is that bad I had to be transferred to another hotel because I was scared me and my family were going to catch something terrible this is not a review that I'm unhappy with my holiday it was absolutely terrible. It's a kind of holiday that would scare people not to go to EgyptMore
Spent a week at JMB, w/c Friday 18th Sept- Friday 24th Sept. This is our 5th return visit to JMB.
Once again we had a wonderful holiday, we requested and were allocated the same room we've had for the last two years so it was like home from home.
Check in quick and easy and we were greeted by Mr Ashraf.
We felt the rooms (we always book a family room for more space) could do with a freshen up as they are now looking a bit tired, but the room was absolutley fine, clean, really comfy beds, (had the best weeks sleep ever whilst been away from home or even at home !!). Big bathroom, good shower with plenty of clean towels and plenty of complimentary toileteres.
There is also complimentary water and Coke/Fanta in the rooms, the mini bar is not free.
We did also feel that this year the food was not as good / not a much choice as previous years we've had fresh prawns and fresh tuna which are gilled on the outside barbi, during our stay we didn't see the outside barbi open at all,although we did always enjoy our meals.
You get an Al a Carte voucher, 1 for 1 week stay and 2 for a fortnight, as returning customers we given 2, so went to the Asian and Chinese, both excellent food and service.
Ate in the adult resteraunt for breakfast and evening meal.
There are also 2 snack bars around the pool area, both same menu and just what you want for a bite to eat during the day, there is also a snack bar(lovely jacket potatoes) and a beach bar directly on the beach.
The beach is quieter than around the pool with lots of beds and parasols if you want them, again, we think the beds at the beach need to be replaced as quite a few were tatty (but to be fair they do get a lot of use !! ), there seemed to be less beds than prev years so perhaps the plan is to replace them as they get passed it, there are new beds around the pool areas.
The jetty is now open, it's a lovely walk as you can see lots of lovely fish as you walk and you can snorkel of the end.
Mr Ashraf in main reception is as helpful as ever, thank you.
The evening entertainment is ok, Emma from England and the Cuban singers are really good, the patio areas where you sit at night are lovely.
We met some lovely people whilst staying at JMB, Racheal and Ian, Debbie and Gary, Alison and Neil(who've been there every year we have) Anne and Dot, Kerry and Anne and Liz and Gary, plus all the other people you see and have a little chat with each day.
Thank you too all at JMB for another wonderful stay.
Lynn & Simon.More
Lynn H, Halifax, United Kingdom
Jaz Mirbabel Beach
Returned on 29th September from third holiday at the hotel. The premises are looking tired nd worn but this is more than compensated by the excellent attitude of ALL the staff from management, waiters, cleaning staff and poolside - nothing was too much trouble and they all seemed glad to see guests.
We ate every night in the adult only restaurant and the quality of food was excellent. Lobna and all of the other staff went out of their way to ensure we received a first class service.
Litmus test - would we return? Most definitelyMore
David J, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Great Chill-out Week
My wife and I visited the last week in September with the intention of chilling out and doing very little. I'm delighted to say we achieved both our goals. On request, we were allocated a quiet, top floor room close by reception,bars and dining, and as there are no elevators, we used the daily room treks as our exercise. We were given a family room (2323) which was huge, spotlessly clean and very well appointed and maintained by Reda. We walked to the beach every day, forgoing the multitude of pools, in order to take advantage of the sea breeze, very welcome in the 90 deg. heat! Beds and towels were very easy to come by. Our only grouse, was 1) the sand which was crushed shells etc. and 2) the distance from the beach to the meaningful sea, about half a mile in ankle deep water. Notwithstanding, we found everything else excellent, the food, terrific service from everyone, and even the drinks were acceptable. Being on Thomsons Platinum, we were allowed one visit to a speciality restaurant. We chose Ninos Italian which was first class. The evening entertainment was O.K. mainly provided by visiting singers. All in all we had an extremely enjoyable week and would not hesitate in recommending it to others. Perhaps a return next year could be on the cards.More