This spacious and friendly Holiday Village is close to some of Egypt's best dive sites. With a fabulous range of restaurants, family facilities and spacious pools, its relaxed atmosphere and superb spa treatments make it a great year-round holiday choice.
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The ultimate family holiday
- Clubs for kids and teens
- Meet-and-greets with the Widgets
- Expert-run swim, stage and football academies
- Outdoor activities including archery, Water Walkerz and raft-building
- Child-friendly buffets and at least 2 à la carte restaurants
- 'i 5 Live' entertainment, exclusive to Holiday Villages
All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Full Board buffet meals. 1 visit per week to each of the 3 à la carte restaurants and to the village Diner. Couples' breakfast for adults only. Afternoon mini-buffet tea. Snacks 11.00-16.00. Ice-cream 11.00-16.00.
Unlimited local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks by the glass including beer, wine, spirits, soft drinks, cocktails, tea and coffee 10.00-24.00 - thereafter*.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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First Choice Kids' clubs
There’s clubs for all ages with our crèche, Little Stars for 3 to 5s, Super Stars for 6 to 8s, Mega Stars for 9 to 11s, and Escape - strictly for the over-12s. Some clubs have a Nintendo Wii™, some organise sports and quizzes, while others have just-plain-bonkers stuff like Water Walkerz. Clubs run between April and October.
With aqua tower.
Lessons by ASA-qualified teachers. For quicker results you can go private. Our Academies are for ages 3 to adult. Places on all three are hot property so get in quick. Academies run between April and October.
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Family suite sleeps up to 4 with a king-size bed and fold-up bed in a separate lounge area. You'll have bathrobes, slippers, DVD player, safe and minibar at a charge.
interconnecting double room
Interconnecting double room sleeps up to 3. You'll need to book 2 of these room types to get 2 rooms with a connecting door. Minibar at a charge. Safe on request.
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Stunning hotel, brilliant holiday (except for the mosquitos!)
My friend and I are just back from my second visit to the Holiday Village and I am yet to be disappointed! The hotel itself, the facilities and the beach are spotless and the rooms are gorgeous. All of the hotel staff were really helpful and friendly. We had a room in Block 10 which had a view over the quiet pool, it was clean and comfortable and kitted out well with tea/coffee and free bottles of water every day. The shower was lovely and always good temperature and pressure. The restaurants on site are superb for choice and quality and the staff are great. I highly recommend going to the a la carte restaurants - specifically the Village Diner on the beach which is American/Mexican food. The First Choice entertainment team were very good for children and adults, we went to see a couple of shows, including an outside comedian who was quite good - bit too much like Lee Evans though. The Adult only bar was good for entertainment and also to have a relaxing drink away from any young families. The First Choice Holiday Advisors were great, very helpful with any issues or questions about the hotel and the area. We went on several excursions which were organised by them, quad biking in the desert, VIP cruise & snorkelling, Sinai by starlight and a trip to the old market - none of which I could fault for value for money or entertainment. There is a Spa & Gym on site but it is independent from the hotel & First Choice. The reps walk about the beach and pool areas trying to sell you treatments. If you're not interested in going to the spa just be forthright the first time they come and they won't bother you again. If you show an interest they will do there best practiced banter to get you to buy something. Check the prices and bargain if you can. We bought a body scrub and massage which was a lovely treatment but could have been a lot cheaper. Also check what you have been sold and make sure you get the full treatment - part of our package was an indian head massage which we did not get. My only criticism about the holiday is the amount of mosquitos - we were both eaten alive and there wasn't much of a let up in our rooms either, there was always at least one of them that got in to the room! However we did go to the pharmacy just outside the hotel and were provided with antihistamines etc which worked a treat.More
BoBo817, Newtownards, United Kingdom
Just back from 2 weeks at the holiday village,what a place staff cant do enough for you, Ali the bar lad round the pool, Chunky the bar man in the main bar in the evening ice cream man through the day wonderful people work hard and make you feel special. The staff in the reaustrants all work long hours but all have a smile on thier faces. We were in block 10 near reception, large room again staff work hard keeping the room clean and repalcing water and toiltries when needed.Room a little bit tierd bathroom fittings old but worked ok hot water all the time. Entertainment staff round the pool and the evening shows were brilliant, Adam what a voice and a nice man hope everthing turns out well for you. Smithy, Stevie, Rory you kept us laughing all holiday and Rory # piss LOL Thank you to Sue and Vic, Carmen and Bill, for making us part of your little team and Kylie for arranging the games round the pool Cant wait to go back see you next year.More
kev4ed, united kingdom
Being an avid reviewer i of course rely heavily on the Tip Advisor community to point me in the right direction and take my hat off to the reviewers of the Coral Sea Holiday Village Red Sea resort. This was my first visit and although excited was a little apprehensive. Fear not, from the moment of arrival i was immediately impressed. The staff couldn't do enough, always with a smile. We upgraded to a 'swim up' room but always advise to email the hotel in advance to ensure you have a sun facing room, the best being in block 7,8 or 13. The resort caters for all and especially families though it's nice to have a separate bar that's Adults Only. There are great facilities for kids and if you don't have a swim up room, a large, heated 'quiet pool'. However disappointingly this was quite the opposite as a favourite with families. In my view the 'quiet pool' should be Adults Only as there are several family pools complete with slides. The food selection is wide and varied in the main restaurant and there are 4 other themed restaurants. One definite must is the VIP boat trip to one of the top 5 dive/snorkelling sites in the world. There is a choice of an adults Only trip or one for families too. The trip cost £55 inc of snorkelling gear hire, lunch, drinks and transfers.....it was worth every penny! My partner and i are so looking forward to returning to The Holiday Village Red Sea in the Spring '14. Not surprising several people we met had returned several times! Enjoy .......well recommended.More
vitaminlee, Nottingham, United Kingdom
Relaxing 10 Day Break.....
We arrived around 7pm on Sunday evening and went to the restaurant for dinner. The food was varied and cooked very well. We booked a swim up room and was given Block 11, the room had a fair amount of mosquitos and were subsequently bit through the night. The sun left our sunbeds around 11.30am so we asked to change room, this wasn't a problem to the staff and was given a room in Block 13 which was much better. The staff are fantastic, the food lovely, the Hotel is spotlessly clean and is in a decent location for shopping. The wi-fi costs £4 for 30 minutes but the Venue bar over the road from the Hotel has free wi-fi with a pint of beer for about £3.80, please note that the mosquitos are In gangs in this bar! A taxi to Naama Bay is £15 return from the Hotel or £10 return from the taxi's outside. This was my 3rd stay at this Hotel and again I wasn't disappointed.More
Purely4pleasre, West Yorkshire
16th Nov 2013 Late deal
Stayed for 1 week with a friend. The hotel is clean and tidy which is the most important. The hotel is very big and we actually got lost on our 1st night finding our hotel room! But once you get your bearings you're fine. Food was ok, lets say I didn't go hungry, but wasn't entirely satisfied. I am happy to say I didn't get ill at all! I stayed away from the salad, only had it a couple of times in the week and I didn't touch the fruit and used anti-bac hand gel all the time. This hotel has probably the best location on Nabq bay, right in the middle. The beach is lovely and nice jetty to go out snorkelling. The room was fantastic and I thank the hotel management for arranging a nice room for me with walk in wardrobe, bathrobes, slippers and a huge balcony! Stevie is fab from the entertainment and the adults only bar is a great place to go. We watched a Peter Kay tribute act during our stay at the HV and it was one of the best comedy acts I've seen! Couldn't stop laughing! Now.. the improvements that need to be implemented is FREE wifi!! I cannot beleive the charges for your internet! Approx £5 for half an hour! That is ridiculous! My son loves to play his Kindle, watch films and on the Ipad on an evening in the lobby areas on holiday and due to the prices of your wifi this would probably stop me from returning as I dread to think how much that would cost me at the end of the week. Also, the 'quiet' pool needs to remain QUIET. On our last 2 days of peace and relaxation it was ruined by kids AND adults bombing into the pool, screaming, splashing, fighting in the pool, making a right racket. We had a 6 hour flight ahead of us that night plus a 3 hour drive home and just needed a little peace and sleep in the sun. And before anyone thinks I'm picky, I have a child myself, however, I wouldn't dare go to an area that is sign posted as a quiet pool and start a commotion like that! There is a massive pool for kids, waterslides, activity pool with water sprays and all brightly coloured, fab for kids!! Dive bomb as much as you want in there! Why couldn't management have a quiet word and just explain to the adult it was a quiet pool and to respect the area that has been reserved for those wanting to 'chill out'. Its not the hotels fault the group were loud but just a little reminder to them politely would have saved a lot of irritated people. I do work in the travel industry so maybe I'm slightly more fussy, but would I send my customers here, wether they're couples or families? YES! I will be recommending this to my customers for a great value holiday!More
GemmaLBrown_, Ramsgate, United Kingdom
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Items marked with * incur extra charges which are payable locally
Aerial Adventure - This one’s a real favourite with kids – it’s a purpose-built assault course for them to climb up, clamber over, and slide down. Each Holiday Village has a different course. We’re hot on health and safety – kids will be harnessed up whenever they’re tackling the course. Even so, they need to be over six for this one. You can try it, too.
Football Academy* - Sessions with FA or UEFA-qualified coaches for ages 5 to 16. Academies run between April and October.
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