The pools take most of the applause here – there are 17 altogether, plus a duo of bonus waterparks.
Formerly known as the Iberotel Aquamarine, this hotel is huge. It comes with a beach – a private number decked out with thatched-roof daybeds – and a jaw-dropping 17 pools.
The pools come in all shapes and sizes, 1 just for adults, others geared towards kids – plus there are 2 waterparks. Food-wise, the numbers stack up, too, with a couple of buffet restaurants and 4 à la cartes.
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Full Board buffet meals. Late breakfast 10.30-12.00. 3 visits to the à la carte restaurants a week. Snacks 12.00-17.00. Afternoon tea 17.00-18.00. Ice-cream 12.00-17.00.
Local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks 10.00-24.00. Large bottle of water in room daily.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
Facilities► View all
The hotel's mini club is especially for kids between 4 and 12 years-old. The staff are multi-lingual and the kids are supervised at all times.
17 outdoor pools
With a whopping 17 pools to choose from, you're well and truly spoilt at this place. Lined with sunbeds and dotted with palm filled islands, the relaxing setting continues throughout.
International buffet restaurant
Topaz, the resorts main restaurant offers delectable international cuisine.
Rooms ► View all
1 bedroom family room with balcony or terrace
These family rooms sleep up to 3 adults, or 2 adults and 2 children. They include the likes of air-con, satellite TV, Wi-Fi* and a fridge. Bottled water is replenished daily, plus there's a balcony or terrace for that bit of outside space.
superior twin room with sea view and balcony or terrace
These superior twin rooms offer a bit of extra space, with twin beds and an extra kids' bed.They include the likes of air-con, satellite TV, Wi-Fi*, fridge and safety deposit box. Bottled water is replenished daily, and you'll also have a balcony or terrace to make the most of the sea view.
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What can I say. Such a beautiful, clean and massive hotel. We were there 10 nights and enjoyed everyday. No need to get up early for sunbeds as there are loads everywhere. Pools were gorgeous, entertainment team very friendly. Yes,you do get hassled abit by spa,photo and snorkeling reps but soon disappear once they recognise you after a couple of days,usually cos u have no tan yet lol. Just be polite and abit of humorous banter back and they leave u alone. Had a couple of issues with room,only minor but got sorted straight away which was fantastic. Food...loads of choice,lots of places to eat. Each time I've visited Egypt, I have had tummy problems but not once did we have this here. There are so many chefs in dining area that if u aren't happy about the food etc,they will help u or cook u Wat u want. They are there to help!!!! You are also allowed to go in kitchens and see what goes on,again,only got to ask. They have nothing to hide. The only thing slightly disappointed with was our swimup room as u couldn't have sunbeds outside but not an issue,just won't get one next time when we visit as there are so many around. All in all,everything was perfect and if u have any questions, problems etc,ask and they will help. We will definitely return, had a brilliant time, thank you. More
Just come back from 2 weeks at this hotel. The rooms are dated. The walkways next to the pools are always dirty and in the evening are so dark and so badly lit. The a la carte restaurants were ok but the service is very robotic you can tell that the staff are told what to say. The main restuarant just supplies the same food everyday which isent always hot or the staff clear your table before you have even so when you come back from getting a coffee you had to find another table. They don't cater for children. When the hotel customer relations asked us we told her about the restuarant and she was just rude and couldn't handle the feedback and wanted us to sit with the restuarant manager to discuss what we would like to eat. And even had the cheek to say we can't cater for everyone. There isent really a beach and all the snack bars were always closed. I wouldn't recommend this hotel and won't be revising it. It's a shame it's part of the jaz group as it's so different from the mirabel beach or park in Nabq. More
Just back from a week in Egypt. Jaz Aquamarine is a nice hotel with lots of pools! A part of the pools is only for adults. The pools are well maintained and there is always a savior to sunset each pool. The rooms are somewhat dated but nice and cleaned daily by super friendly people! We did not really have a nice view from our room but here we have not bothered us since we do not go on vacation to stay in the room. Once we had a problem with the safe, when we had reported it was immediately sent someone to fix the problem! The food was varied and tasty. We have not come too short! Only watch out for ice cubes in drinks and salad and vegetables which have been washed! Twice I myself have suffered diarrhea to which almost could only be due to the ice. My friend this is spared from this ongelak because we almost always had the same dinner. There are four a la carte restaurants. 3 of the 4 we did and were superb! Only the Lebanese restaurant we have not done. There was however very few people present at the resort and this we found a pity, especially for the local people! (Max 25% of capacity) What we do recommend is booking activities with men (walkers) to the pool. Please ignore them! They do everything to sell. We rented a jet ski for a quarter here and paid 30 euros.No problem up there, to when we arrived at the place of departure where the jetski's were in the water. The appliances were outdated, not going fast and we could only sail in a bay. We were certainly not beyond the end of the harbor which was bad little further. When our quarter then sat on they began to saw and still insisting to book with other activities. In our view a bummer! To conclude we can say that it is a nice hotel with super friendly people that are always ready to help! We can definitely recommend the hotel! We will definitely go back !!More
Amazing holiday lots to do great size rooms swim up pool was great too . Weather was superb as expected great snorkelling lovely fish .the boat trip with snorkelling was brilliant The only downside is expectation of a tip everywhere you go but overall amazing holiday More
Lovely hotel ......shame about the food
My husband and I stayed in this hotel in September 2016. On arrival we were impressed check in was very fast and in no time we were escorted to our room. The bell boys delivered our luggage shortly after. The room was very nice and clean and all we did as it was late Friday evening was unpack and go to bed. Saturday morning arrived with 40 degree heat .....perfect ...because the hotel is beach front you get a nice sea breeze. We spent the day looking round the hotel (it's huge) and chilling at the pool , followed by a evening meal and live entertainment, we did more or less the same the next day and evening whilst planning what trips we would do. Sadly on the Monday is when our holiday turned sour.....I spent the Monday and Tuesday in my hotel room as I couldn't get off the toilet! Both myself and my husband didn't eat anything on these 2 days . On the Wednesday I ventured to the pool sitting as near to the toilet as I could get whilst my husband went from the hotel and down the road to the chemist. The Â£40 he paid for medication didn't touch me at all and by Wednesday evening my husband was just as bad.this illness unfortunately stayed with us both the duration of our holiday resulting in us not eating suffering severe stomachs cramps and diarrhoea and not moving from our room or the pool area. It wasn't until we was back home 2 for 2days when things finally started to clear up. Needless to say we won't be returning to Egypt again and the Â£2200 we paid for the holiday was a waste of money and just to top it off it was birthday whilst I was on holiday and I didn't celebrate it in any way at all . Anyone going to Egypt needs to really do the homework on the hotels and read as much info from trip advisor as possibleMore
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