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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What can I say apart from we are going to miss this place in may, we should have been returning again in the May holidays for our 11th or 12th visit, unfortunately we are having to go elsewhere due to the flight situation to sharm, the hotel has everything we could wish for that's why we keep returning, we have made so many friends within the staff of the hotel I hope they are all keeping well, hope to return to our "second home" as soon as the flights resume, come on Egypt sort it out..ðMore
We actually visited here in Feb 2015 and planned (booked) to return this year but had to change our trip last min to Tenerife with the issues out there. Loved this hotel, staff are so friendly and standards are high. Great waiter service. Rooms large and well kept. Would recommend. More
to be recommended for sure
at least one heated pool would definitely make a difference , and an improvement to the dinner buffet as well . between meal snacks were quite adequate , but beers were very often lukewarm ! personnel should be advised to keep their private comments to themselves , or at least hushed in a low voice .More
Relaxing spring break
From the moment of our arrival, we experienced nothing but hospitality. All of the staff were very friendly and fun, the rooms were spacious and clean, the views were amazing, the spa was lovely, and we never felt unsafe for a minute.More
Mirabel Beach an excellent family trip
Travelled to Jaz Mirabel Beach during the Labour Day Vacation.
The hotel is as follows.
1-Hotel Grounds: They are extremely excellent beautiful lush gardens with prefect greenery all around. Well maintained. Swimming pools clean and sparkling. Beach in close proximity with a very very very long getty. There are 5 water slides 4 that are functional from 10-12 and from 14 - 16. The slides are nice are the kids had fun. Beach towels are provided against a towel card that you get upon check in from the reception.
2-Rooms: are very spacious, clean well maintained. There is a kettle so that you can make your own coffee or tee. There is a small balcony where you can sit and enjoy the scenery ouside. AC was really cold.
3-Service was 3.5 out of 5. But that can be understood due to the fact that the hotel was partially full and Sharm is suffering deeply because of the lack of tourists.
4-Food: The norm was OK. on occasions was exceptional and on 1 rare occasion was really bad. We stayed on full board basis for 4 nights. Breakfast was great rich and full with an egg station and a crepe station. Lunch and dinner had both a pasta station.
Check in and check out was a breeze. Ashraf from the front desk is a great guy. You can as for his help and he will do what ever he can to make your stay good.
There is a shuttle but to Naama Bay at 40 Egyptian Pounds per person. Taxi is around 75 - 100 per way.More