Sunrise Royal Makadi Resort

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Makadi Bay, Hurghada, Red Sea - Eqypt,, Hurghada,

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  • Our 3rd Great Holiday at the Sunrise Royal Makadi!

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    After our 2 previous holidays here in 2009 and 2010, there really was no contest when it came to deciding the destination for our honeymoon and holiday. This big hotel offers us everything we want from a holiday and more. Clean, comfortable bedrooms, lots of pools to choose from, 3 with swim-up bars, a large buffet restaurant and a total of 7 A La Carte Restaurants offering wonderful meals and service! On top of all its other facilities, this hotels crowning glory is its staff, what a fantastic, polite, friendly and hardworking set of people they are. From the General Manager, Mr Sami Kaplanki , his management team, down to the army of cleaners, gardeners, laundry, maintenance, entertainment, kitchen, restaurant and bar staff, security personnel, reception etc., all are approachable and very keen to please and ensure you have a very enjoyable stay.

    Most of the rooms in the hotel are located in 2 and 3 story blocks spread over a large area of the complex. The grounds are very well tended with grassed areas and many colourful plants and shrubs. You are never more than a nice 5 minute stroll from any of the hotel¡¦s facilities and amenities however.
    We had been given a nice 2nd floor room in which to celebrate our honeymoon and we were extremely pleased with it. It had a very large bed and lots of storage space. A nice large bathroom with a lovely walk in shower room with probably the best shower we have ever used. The large balcony overlooked one of the family pools, and had a lovely view of the complex. Our room had a good digital safe, again free of charge, a small fridge which was loaded with soft drinks and bottled water, a tv with lots of channels but only the BBC News in English, an hairdryer in the bathroom, 3 telephones, and good air conditioning. As well as being essential during the day to keep the room cool, it was also nice in the evenings (In early to mid November) to be able to warm up the room as most nights were quite breezy and cool once the sun had gone down and darkness fell. Temperatures during the day were nice and hot (Low 30¡¦s) and perfect for sun bathing. I would recommend to any one holidaying here during the winter season to take along some warmer clothes for the evenings as the breeze can be quite chilly at times.
    Our Room Attendant, a guy called Mohamed Said, kept our room spotless and nothing was too much trouble for him. The towels were changed daily and the bed linen regularly.
    I think there are about 6 swimming pools at this hotel plus a small paddling pool area at each of the 2 Family Pools. The pools which are unheated in winter are too cold for all but the toughest of swimmers to bear in winter but the sports pool and a small pool near the Main Pool are heated and these were very popular. The Family Pool 1, the one with the big slides and swim up pool bar isn't heated but we did give it a try but didn't last too long! Fortunately while we were there, the smaller Family Pool 2 was heated for the first time and it was lovely and warm. We spent the majority of our days by this pool and it also has a nice swim up pool bar. The bar captain there, Nazmy, gave us great service and the Pool Attendant/ towel guy called Abdo was a fantastic character keeping us entertained every day with his friendly banter and huge smile. He kept his area round the pools very clean and tidy. He was popular with all the guests, young and old, and we hope he is still there when we return again in the near future.
    We did see lots of cleaning and maintenance work taking place at all the pools while we were there. A lot of this takes place very early in the morning and late at night, sometimes through the night and of course goes unseen by the majority of guests. We saw samples of the pool water being taken regularly by the engineers for quality analysis and monitoring purposes.
    We used to have a late afternoon stroll down to the pool at the VIP/Entitled Guest Area where our friend Saleh, the Bar Captain, would serve us our cocktails while we relaxed looking out over the beach and sea. It was a nice place to be as the sun went down.
    All the pools have lots of sun beds available and we never had a problem finding one. You are provided with towel cards which you exchange on a daily basis for big beach towels so no need to take your own!

    Restaurants
    There are now 7 A La Carte Restaurants at this hotel and you can book one every night of your holiday if you want. These offer a great dining experience with fantastic meals and service to match. Our evenings here were the highlights of our holiday. Our favourites were the Dalila/ Mediterranean, Asian, and especially the new Mexican. On our first night back at the hotel, our friend Ayman Elrefayu, a waiter in the Dalila/Greek Fish Restaurant had remembered which was our favourite table from our previous visits and had prepared it with a heart made from flower petals to celebrate our honeymoon. After a lovely meal in the romantic setting, a large group of the waiters and chefs appeared round our table clapping and singing to celebrate with us and got us up to dance with them, a very special occasion and one we will always treasure, thank you Ayman and the rest of the guys in there.
    The Asian is also a very nice restaurant with a lovely authentic atmosphere, and again superb Chinese, Indian and Thai cuisine and service. You also get the bonus of seeing the Tepenyaki chef at work displaying his great skills as he prepares speciality meals for guests. It was pretty spectacular at times as flames rose to the ceiling from his hotplate, all intentional of course!
    We also enjoyed our meals at the T-Bones Steak House and the Italian Restaurant which again had a really authentic Italian atmosphere and was nice and cosy.
    The real highlight for us though, was the Mexican Restaurant. This really was a nice place to spend the evening and we always went to the later sitting. We had seen photos of the interior from when it first opened but they didn¡¦t do it justice. The decor was lovely, the lighting just right and Mexican style music played quietly in the background. The service and food in here was absolutely superb and we dined in here on 3 occasions we enjoyed it so much! The Chef, Ahmed Salem Mansiur came out to speak to us on each occasion to ask if we had enjoyed our meal and have a little chat. We have never met a more enthusiastic chef whose attention to detail with cleanliness, hygiene and the meals he prepared was amazing. Such a nice man too.
    We had great service from all the waiters in there but especially Ahmed Ibrahim Mahmoud Minio and Hatem the Assistant Manager; nothing was too much trouble for them.
    There is also a very large buffet restaurant where the majority of guests seem to take their breakfast, lunch and evening dinners. We never used it on this holiday but on previous visits found it to have a vast selection of food on offer and always found something to our liking. It did however get pretty busy and hectic at peak times.
    We had breakfast every morning in the Around the World Restaurant which faces on to the beach and is lovely in the morning as the sun comes up over the Red Sea. Being early risers we were usually one of the first people in when the doors opened at 7am.
    We¡¦ve always enjoyed the relative peace and quiet in there compared to the Main restaurant at breakfast. All though nowhere near as big a selection of foods as the main buffet, it was fine for us and we had nice omelettes cooked freshly by Mohamed, natural yogurt, cereals, orange juice, toast and as much coffee as we could drink. This was served to us by the young waiter Mohamed Farag who really looked after us well during breakfast. The Assistant Manager in the ATW at breakfast time, a guy called Mohamed Tawfik, who we remembered from the Asian Restaurant the previous year, also did a great job making sure everything was running smoothly and doing his bit to keep the place clean and tidy. Air conditioning has been installed in the ATW/Dalila Restaurant since our previous visit, a definite plus during the heat of the summer season here. The Dalila/ATW Manager, Mustafa went on vacation a couple of days after we arrived, but we did have chance to have a couple of chats with him. He is a lovely guy, very courteous and respectful and it was nice to see him again.
    For lunch every day we went over to the T-Bones Restaurant where they serve a selection of made to order pizza, steak ,burgers, hot dogs, liver (fortunately this was only served once in the time we was there ƒº) and chips. There was also salad, fruit and a few other items to choose from. We enjoyed everything but the liver ƒ¼. It was lovely to sit in the shade from the mid-day sun with a nice breeze to keep you cool. Our friend Islam Ibrahim always came over from his bar to serve us our favourite cocktails (Non-alcoholic during the day, for us)
    One of the things we like about the SRMR is that we are free to do whatever we like. We just go to basically chill out and do little else but sunbathe, rest, eat and drink, all in moderation of course! There are loads of organised activities during the day and evening.
    The Night Manager Mr Salah Mahdy is another of this hotel's really good managers. Even tho he is one of the busiest people in the hotel, he always made time for a quick chat whenever we saw him.
    One of the tests of a hotel's popularity is its number of repeat guests. Friends of ours have visited the hotel on 14 occasions, and they have met people who have returned to the SRMR for 27 visits! Real proof that the hotel is getting most things right! We ourselves have been 3 times, already, booked again for next spring and again in the late summer. Many other guests are returning year after year. Even on our first visit we settled in quickly and found the staff to be exceptionally good. Treat them with respect, dignity and good manners and the service you receive from them will be repaid many times over.

    Unique Quality: The SRMR may not be the most luxurious hotel in the world, but its value for money is 2nd to none!!!

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    Very Nice Holiday Resort [link to video]

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    I stayed here with my wife for two weeks between Sep 14th to Sep 28th 2010.

    We got here mainly for snorkeling, free diving and cultural sightseeing (Luxor).

    If you prefer, you can view a video I put together at this link: http://www.flixya.com/video/3565076/Sunrise_Royal_Makadi_at_Makadi_Bay_Near_Hurghada_i

    Some general pictures can be found here: http://www.flixya.com/gallery/70775

    All in all a very nice experience. This resort fits the needs of singles, couples as well as families.

    Sunrise Royal is big enough to keep the respective groups a bit separated so everyone can enjoy their stay.

    The resort is well managed and clean.

    Unique Quality: I recommend visiting city and temples Luxor for two days or more if possible.

    Go also for at least one snorkeling/diving day trip.

  • Makadi Bay 24hr AI

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    If you are in two minds about going to this hotel then hopefully this review will make your mind up for you. Before I went I was finding it difficult finding any info about the hotel So I hope this helps.
    The Hotel is very new (Opened Nov 2005) & is situated in Makadi Bay which is a newish resort of large all inclusive resorts. As you approach the entrance to the grounds you instantly realise that the resort is going to be luxurious and it does not disappoint! The long palm tree fringed driveway passes to the right of the family pool which has water slides. As you enter the hotel there is a very nice fountain in the lobby. To the right is the reception. The Thomas Cook rep had us booked in before we could approach the desk. The reception staff then insist you take a seat whilst the bar staff bring a refreshing drink to you. Once finished the bell boys ask which bags are yours and then its off to the room.
    We were in block 22 with a lovely sea view. The rooms were very nice but not a double bed!! each had a fridge which was stocked with water, pepsi, fanta & 7up. (water only restocked during stay). the bathroom was large with a superb power shower. The rooms were cleaned each day by an English speaking man who was sooooo friendly and made animals out of the towels daily. each room has individual air con.
    The hotel runs on a 24hr all inclusive basis and all food and drink is included. Meals are taken in the large air conditioned buffet restaurant where there is plenty of choice incl a meat & fish station or pasta freshly cooked before you. The buffet is open from 6:30-10:30, 12:30-2:30 & 6:30pm-10:30pm. From 11am-5pm a snack bar is available with burgers, pizza, hotdogs etc. There are also 3 A La Carte restaurants, Asian, Italian & Mediterranean which you dont need to pre book. You can eat in each of these once per person per stay. Did not have a problem with any food throughout our stay & no tummy bugs.

    Unique Quality: Drinks are 24hr in the lobby bar and includes some international brands. Not small glasses either, very generous with alcohol. Drinks also available in bottles & cans from the pool bars, the snack bar & the beach bar.
    The pool areas were amazing with 4 pools in total. A freeform pool with swimup bar, a rectangular pool which overflows into a small free form pool & the family pool which is the only heated pool. (Needed in winter as main pool was icy cold. Trust me, I know as does everyone else when I screamed after taking a plunge in the free form)
    The beach was perfect. Nice soft sand near the water. Lots of free sunbeds with comfy mattresses. The sea was warm, clear and hardly moved (the waves break on the reef some way out) You must snorkel whilst here. The house reef is amazing with lots of colourful fish.
    There was daily activities & every night they did a show in the cave disco varying from egyptian dancing to Moulin Rouge & Lord of the Dance. The disco is open until 3am playing English music. Next door is the Queen Vic pub with two pool tables which can be pre booked for 1/2hr each day.
    It soon became apparent that staff prefer English and if you spend 2 mins talking to them they will go out of their way to please you. Other nationalities were just plain rude and got nothing in return.
    The hotel has a number of shops but dont pay the price they first tell you. Half it, offer it then start negotiating.
    The hotel is constantly being cleaned by what appears to be an army of cleaners. Still very new but due to the care being put in by the staff the desert really is turning green in this resort.
    The only downside of this resort is sometimes the wind can be cold especially at night. If you are going in winter take a long sleeved top for the evening.
    On a whole I would heartedly recommend the Sunrise Royal Makadi for a relaxing enjoyable stay with the most friendly people I have ever met.
    If I have left anything out then please do not hesitate to contact me and I will gladly get back to you.

    Daz1366

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Sunrise Royal - a mixed experience

by TripAdvisor Member SurreyReviewer

I and my family have just returned from a two week holiday in Makadi Bay where we stayed at the Sunrise Royal Makadi. An enjoyable stay in a hotel of good quality though not comparable with superior Movenpick Hotels we have stayed in at El Gouna and Sharm el Sheikh.

The complex is a large one and we were fortunate to be allocated rooms close to one of the main swimming pools, restaurant areas and reception. Blocks 14, 15 and 16 are in this area, others are up to 5 minutes away from the beach and main hotel complex.

The rooms were comfortable but by no means as luxurious as others we have stayed in in the aforementioned hotels. The hotel staff were themselves of mixed natures, the majority were most amicable but in the restaurants some of those serving were far from helpful whilst others were frivolous, flippant and overfamiliar. Again not an experience I and my family have had elsewhere in Egypt and not what I would expect in a 5 star hotel.

The largest swimming pools were unheated and in April were far from warm. The benefit was that for those brave enough to swim, there was plenty of room! The poolside area was well catered for with sun beds and large umbrellas for shade but, despite warnings to the contrary, almost all guests reserved sun beds early in the morning and then went to breakfast. We were one of few groups who actually made use of the sun beds in the early morning!

The main restaurant was a buffet style area for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The breakfast was of superior quality to dinner and we chose to eat most evenings in the a la carte restaurants which served Italian, Asian or Mediterranean cuisine. As other reviewers have pointed out, these restaurants could only be booked on the morning of the day on which you wished to eat by queuing from 9.45am. No, to get a table you needed to queue from no later than 9.20am for which you needed a good book, an ipod and a lot of patience whilst standing for up to 30 minutes in the queue!

The Italian restaurant seemed the most popular with guests and was always oversubscribed. The majority of tables in the a la carte restaurants are in smoking areas, most of the Russian and East European guests seemed to smoke making it almost impossible to book tables in the a la carte restaurants in the small non smoking areas. If you ate early, the smokers had not usually arrived! As a non smoking family, the number of tables allocated to smokers was disappointingly high.

We chose not to make use of the beach area owned by the hotel though did walk along the promenade behind it and running through other hotels which were situated in Makadi Bay itself. The bay is in the process of being fully developed and will soon be, in my view, overcrowded!

We expected few hotels to be as yet open and/or built. At least 5 are already operating and as many again are in the process of development. This is not a resort I would choose to return to given the number of hotels surrounding the bay. From what I saw however, the Sunrise Royal Makadi is, at present the best hotel in the region.

Absolutely Perfect

by TripAdvisor Member puddleduckIII

I have just returned from the Sunrise Royal Makadi, me & my boyfriend went for a weeks holiday. The people that have managed to fault this place, must have amazingly high standards! We arrived on a Friday evening, and were absolutely gobsmacked, was so pretty and we could not believe the size!! Pictures that we had seen just don't do it justice! In the lobby we were given refreshing hot towels & a drink! Staff are so happy and friendly, especially when they find out that you are English! Purely because everybody else is so rude to them! We actually felt like celebrities for the week! The hotel is so clean, our beds and towels were changed everyday! The pools were massive!! We stayed on the private beach most days and always managed to find spare sunbeds! There was an amazing coral reef on this beach, I went snorkelling for the first time here and I loved it, we saw so many fish and they come up really close! Food was so good, even for fussy eaters! Meditteranean restaurant was def our favourite, the food was delicious! We would recommend anyone to stay here, was an amazing holiday, everything ran so smoothly and would definately go back again!

Excellent Hotel

by TripAdvisor Member vanillaman

I have just (4th. May) returned from the Sunrise Royal Makadi having spent two weeks there with my wife and two other couples with whom we holiday frequently.
We found the hotel way above our expectations in cleanliness, room service and bar service a( and drink choice).
Anybody who thought that they got serious hassle on the beach really should try Mombassa ! A firm no and they would just have a joke and leave, only once did one get over persistent, and that was the young man selling massages.
The food was excellent, in fourteen nights we only ate at the buffet twice and the Italian was truly outstanding and I have spent £50 a head on worse meals than we consistently got there. The Mediterranean was also top notch except for one night when there was obviously a stand in chef who was not up to scratch and the steaks were overdone and the food generally was below what we had come to expect.
Politeness and a tip go a long way!
We never went to the beach before 10.00 but only once had to wait for a sunbed and never had a problem with the pool beds, although the water was a bit on the chilly side.
The snorkeling off the beach was unbelievable espescially on the Fort Arabesque beach.
So for service, cleanliness, food, weather, and beach I would definitely recommend this resort.

Russia, Jellyfish and wind

by TripAdvisor Member raccas&stella

we have just got back from one week in sunrise royal makadi bay. we enjoyed are stay and we were made very welcome by all the staff. British are the minority however the majority of waiters are much more keen to talk to the brits and they joke often (i could of sold the missus for three camels). the hotel is spot on, very clean and the food is not bad. its has three restaurants and they are smallish so you have to book in advance but they never look full which is odd. the food is ok with the buffet hall displaying a wide variety. swimming pool snack bar is very good serving burgers, hotdogs, fresh pizzas, ice cream and crepes. swimming pools ok, the big one being absolutley freezing, heated pools ok and the family pool isnt bad.
beach is ok with comfy sunbeds (if you can get up earlier than the russians & germans). the sea infront of the hotel is could for snorkelling/swimming/watersports but this time of year its windy and there is lots of jellyfish which you do get used too (they don't sting). you also get hasselled by guys selling you excursions e.t.c

the room was clean but the over energetic male cleaner became our alarm clock at 8:15am . (you don't see any egyptian women about). if you make a phone call and dont get through you still pay.

nightlife was a bit naff, lack of entertainment and the pub is a bit poor having to book the pool table in advance (no footy if england are playing- russians and germans remember!!) the staff are really friendly and work exceptionally hard... all be it i would recommend this hotel.

Great for a relaxing holiday

by TripAdvisor Member clairewyorks

Me and my boyfriend stayed at the Sunrise Royal in february 2007. We chose Egypt to have a nice relaxing quiet holiday, and we did.
When we first arrived, we were a bit taken back by the scenary outside our hotel. There were sheds that people were living in with no roofs, buildings that were left half standing, looked like they had being there years, every 2 minutes there seemed to be a police car with armed police men. It was very scary and intimidating, and as we havent being to egypt before, daunted us a bit, we didnt know what to expect!
As soon as we got to our hotel though, it was so luxourious, even when we arrived at night it looked very posh! The big entrance to the hotel and the reception area was very spacious and grand, had a water feature as you walked in, comfy sofa's/chairs to greet you. The staff were very helpful, they do push for a tip sometimes, but they are never funny if they dont receive one.
Our room was great. The bathroom was large, and very detailed. The shower was spacious and the bed was massive! The wardrobe space was big enough for me and my partner, but was a bit on the small side. Our room was on the bottom floor (there were only 2/3 floors to each block) the terrace was big enough for us, and had a lovely view.
The swimming pools were huge, one was heated, and my partner loved this. The other spacious pool wasn't heated, and was very cold. We ventured into it on one occasion, to get to the bar in the middle. It was fine once you were in, it was just getting in that was the hard part!
The food was delicious, I put on about a stone whilst eating here! We qued 9 out of 10 mornings to dine at the italian, although we did sample the mediterranian and Asian once while we were there, the italian was the best, then the mediterranian came a close second. The asian was nice, just not for us. The mediterranian had a more english feel to their menu, and had a lot more to choose from.
On a morning, i was filling myself with a few croissants with melted warm chocolate sauce, but you could have anything you wanted, cereal, fruit, something warm, toast. The buffet was great, i had spagetti for dinner everyday, then finished off with a burger and chips by the pool area! They also had some yummy chocolate and fruit puddings!
The beach was just right for us in february, it wasn't too busy, and it wasn't too quiet.
There is a little shopping centre about a ten minute walk from the hotel, but apart from that, everything else really is hotel based. You could travel by bus about 15 minutes to the local town, we didnt do this, but was told it was good.
There are 2 main shops on the beach that sell the usual snacks, sports gear, suntan lotions, no english newspapers though anywhere! Be warned the men in the shops on the beach were extremely forceful and rude when trying to purchase things. On one occasion i ended up leaving because they were so rude. Firstly one man tried to sell me something for triple the price, then when we got him down he wasnt happy. In most cases though, barter as much as you can, at least 20/30 percent, if they dont accept, just turn and leave, they will soon be on your tale shouting you back!
Nightlife was good, even in february. There was a good family set, some family music, and some games to get everyone involved. There was also a nightclub, which was family friendly. And wasn't loud, you couldn't even hear the music from outside, was very sound proof! I thought it was ok for an on-site club, but my partner thought otherwise! We were lucky and met two young couples our age so we met them on a night and enjoyed a drink with them.
Over-all the holiday forfilled all of our requirements, and we really enjoyed outselves. It was spotless, and the staff were friendly, i feel it was everything you could ask for. The only downfall i suppose you could say is on a night, we were going to bed around 12 as there wasn't much to do. But thats from a 19 and a 24 year olds point of view!
Otherwise, i have recommended it to others, and will carry on to recommend it.

Good but could have been better

by TripAdvisor Member Copperfields

A new hotel (opened 2005) covering extensive grounds, well laid out site with plenty of space, attractive gardens and buildings. Hotel is about 20 minute walk to the centre of Makadi Bay.
The hotel has a unique checking in procedure which was confusing because our rep' had not told us what to expect, the whole procedure took about 25 minutes. Our room was very spacious and well equipped, the room was in block 12 and every facility was within a 5 minute walk. The room was kept spotlessly clean throughout the week. All areas of the site are immaculate and public areas are cleaned throughout the day. Pools are large and attractive, there was a shortage of poolside loungers and competition was fierce. The hotel pool manager removed any unattended towels placed before 1000 hours but this only caused friction between guests, people occupied loungers not knowing they had previously been reserved and the manager was never around to explain what he had done. We saw many disputes.
Food in the main buffet restaurant was plentiful and well presented but the menu was virtually the same for lunch and dinner every day. The restaurant was heavily congested between 1830 and 2000 hours and had a canteen feel to it; not least because so many parents (not Brits) allowed children to run about uncontrolled, even allowed them to play football. There is an outside balcony area for dining at night but it is not lit, bit difficult eating in the dark! The Parasol Bar area was good at lunchtime, restricted menu but good and quick, nice atmosphere, pity there wern't more tables and parasols to get into the shade for a while.
The weather was great, nice breeze most days. All staff were very polite and very friendly. Newcommers are hassled by agents trying to sell massages, wind surfing, boat trips, snorkelling but once you get signs of a tan they leave you alone.
The hotel shops are small and offer poor value. There are more shops in Makadi Bay but again they are expensive. If you want souvenirs buy them when leaving Hurghada Airport, the choice is better, quality range is good and we found prices were half what the hotel was charging.
Overall a good holiday, excellent value for money, hotel is overated as a 5 star, 4 would be more appropriate.

stuart and davina......funny tummy, and hasserled by the men

by TripAdvisor Member stupigfarmer

hello we have just come back from one week at the hotel, we stayed in block 15, just in front of the pool, my other half and myself got hasseld all the time by people trying to sell you camel rides, massages, and all sorts, PLEASE keep an eye out for the pool staff as they chattered my other half and another friend of ours wife up. Every time myself or my friend left the girls alone for not even 1 minute there would be a man chatting the girls up. we got friendly with two other couples and out of six of us, 5 yes 5 of us got upset tummys. so much so it made us bed ridden and major pain. every were is very very clean. and the waiters are the best we have ever met. once they no you are nice brits the staff love you, o be carefull once the shop keepers no ur English they think uve got £1000 in ur pocket, so banter with them. you can screw them write down on the price of everything. the pool is very nice but to cold, so the warm pool is always packed. the bar staff are very nice aswell. just a little please and thankyou goes a very longway. when ever some one does something for you they all want a tip, and cos im a tight farmer i found this anoying. even if they do something as little as move ur bag for you, over all the hotel is very clean, nice staff, but the upset tummy problem has put us of ever going back, and the pool staff need watching with ur wimon. but the weither was very good. we also found that we paid £250 more than are friends did, per person. cos we booked through going places, rather than thomas cook. regards to all Stuart the pig Farmer& davina

Fantastic place

by TripAdvisor Member KateBull

This place was amazing - rooms, food, hotel grounds just everything.

Weather in february was 35 degrees but the sea temperature was 18* which was a little too cold to be scuba diving in.

Would recommend scuba diving around this area, untouched by humans and the reefs are filled with colourful fish!

Will be going back next year but in October as water temperature is better...

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by Saz2010

anyone know where i can book a room for this hotel??

i have emailed them on the address they have on their website, but had no response.

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 Sunrise Royal Makadi Resort

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Sunrise Makadi Bay
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Address: Makadi Bay, Hurghada, Red Sea - Eqypt,, Hurghada,