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Excellent Holiday at Grand Makadi
Stayed at the Grand Makadi from 2-9 February had a brilliant holiday, what an excellent hotel, the 3 speciality restaurants were great we only ate in the buffet restaurant one night. No stomach upsets or did we meet anyone who had one either.
Not an awful lot of English at the hotel but thats not always a bad thing.
Room was lovely and actually looked like the one on Red Sea Hotels website which makes a change! Never been to a hotel before where they come round at night time and turn your beds down for you!
The hotel was spotless, gardens really nice especially at night time when they are all lit up. Staff could not do enough for you.
We did the coach trip to Luxor which was a very early start and very tiring but well worth it, I think we probably enjoyed it more than a previous trip to Cairo.
All in all met some lovely people and we all got together for lunch in the Carribbean restaurant on the last day which was an excellent way to end a great holiday, hi to you all!!!
Thinking of going again next year to Marsa Alam further down the Red Sea.
Hotel Grand Makadi 5*
A resort like in a dream of 1001 nights. Built like an Arabian Palace, great architecture!
At night it is illuminated like a dream, see my travelogue pictures!
Before you enter Makadi Bay area, they stop every bus and look with mirrors under it if no bombs attached for safety against terrorists.
Then you drive into the park with numberous hotels between the palmtrees.
Grand Makadi has a fountain with palmtrees in front. Inside you have the grand café with fountain, lots of swimming pools. It's a very big 5* resort.
When you arrive you receive a plan in the reception where so that you don't lose your way. It's very big with lots of bungalows and seperate buildings.
I found a special site for all those who go to Grand Makadi.
A german tourist took all detailed pictures, even in the bathroom! :)
http://www.udohaas.de/grandmakadi Unique qualities :
- Architecture & illumination at night
- Perfect area with it's own lagoon in front of hotel
3 A LA CARTE RESTAURANTS :
My advice is when you arrive to make reservations for the whole week directly!
1. ORIENTAL RESTAURANT (second restaurant left of the fountain by the grand café)
Great oriental spiced food, kebab, lamb, .... all in the all inclusive formula
The restaurant is sometime a bit cold due to the airconditioning
and you sit +- 2 meter far from each other. You can sit outside also.
Live music, friendly waiters, best restaurant in the hotel, variety of choice!!
2. SEAFOOD RESTAURANT (in the centre of the pools)
SUPERB!!!! Excellent Scampi & Fish menus, great waiters.
Italian restaurant, we found the appetizers very good.
The head-dishes were not so good. Like Fungi pasta : not much sauce and taste not so
good, the tagliatelli was not so soft cooked. The least of the 3 restaurants.
We've just returned from a week's stay at the Grand Makadi, and have to say it was a fantastic holiday.
We were slightly concerned during our transfer to the hotel, because it was dark and it did seem as if we were travelling in the middle of the dessert, but we got to the hotel within about an hour (including other hotel drop-offs) and the entrance up to the Grand Makadi took our breath away - the whole road up to the hotel was lit with Egyptian lanterns and it looked spectacular!
All of the staff at the hotel were so friendly and helpful - they seemed to particularly like the English!
We stayed in a junior suite, which was huge and extremely clean. The cleaners would come in every morning and would call in on you early evening to see if everything was ok and to see if you needed fresh towels etc. They couldn't seem to do enough for you.
The waiters in the evening were also very good, once they got to know you (usually within about 10 minutes of your arrival!) they would memorise your drinks and would keep bringing you over refills - excellent!
The beach was also very well kept with plenty of sunbeds and most with unbrellas and windbreaks. The only thing with the beach is you need shoes if you intend to venture into the sea as it's very rocky trying to get in. The pool area is also very nice and the pool is huge (although a little cold this time of year!).
We also found the restaurants lovely. Our favourite restaurant was the carribean restaurant - as it's very romantic and right out on the pool. We were lucky enough to meet a great couple who informed us we could eat at the restaurants as many times as we liked, as we originally thought you could only eat at the Carribean once and the Italian once - but that's not true you can go to all of them as many times as you like for no extra charge whatsoever (unless of you course you chose a dish which was of extra charge - usually a couple of Euro).
With regard to "Pharoh's Revenge", neither of us suffered particuarly, we both had a bit of a tummy ache on our penultimate day, but I think that was more to do with over indulging than the food. As long as you are sensible about what you are eating and drinking, you don't really need to worry too much.
We only went on one trip during our stay at Makadi Bay, as we went to Cairo etc when we went to Sharm last year, but the trip we did was the quad biking across the dessert and that was fantastic. We both really enjoyed it, although we were slightly annoyed we didn't get to go a bit faster!
The only slightly annoying point with the Grand Makadi was that the sister hotel, Makadi Palace were able to use all of our facilities, but we were only allowed to use their buffet restaurant (The Dome - much better breakfast than our hotel). Although that said I think the Grand Makadi had a much nicer atmosphere and friendlier staff.
With regard to the weather, it was a great temperature every day - although a couple of days it did get quite windy. Make sure you take a couple of jumpers if you're staying in the next few weeks as it did get quite chilly in the evening.
Overall, we found this hotel excellent value for money and a great place to go if you're wanting a relaxing and luxurious holiday. That said, you've got plenty of trips to take advantage of if you fancy getting out and about.
We would rate this holiday 10 out of 10 and would definitely stay at the Grand Makadi hotel again.
we went to the Grand Makadi on the 6th April for 7 nights and we loved it, the hotel was great, the service and quality of food was excellent. The hotel is ideal if you need to unwind and relax.
The weather was great too of lots of sunshine and there was a good breeze blowing every day. The sun loungers do get occupied early morning near the poolside.
Food was excellent best hotel food Ive had. we were all inclusive and you are spoilt with choices of where to eat.
You have choices of which restraunts to eat at breakfast( dome at the palace hotel next door, italian restraunt or the main buffet restraunt) lunch (either the buffet, burger bar, italian, or carribean and dinner (either italian, buffet, carribean, dome, or lebannese.
just pre book the evening meals when you arrive.
we loved the Caribbean it was really nice.
The evening entertainment was good ok to, on two nights there was a live band who were good, just seating goes early near the poolside. We also tried the shisha pipe.
On the whole fab hotel and a great holiday.
As previous guest (Sussex) we have just returned from a holiday at the Grand Makadi, we left on 29th January 07. We went with two friends following a brilliant week cruising down the nile. For anyone who is following in our footsteps and doing the same, can I suggest that you take up the offer of the CAIRO trip that is offered on the last day before your stay at the Grand Makadi. We did and we were delighted to have had such an opportunity. The rep on board suggested that instead of joining the convoy to Hughada, we fly to Cairo for the sightseeing journey then fly straight to the hotel after an amaxing days experience of looking at pyramids, sphynx and the Cairo museum, lunch was included as was breakfast (in a travel box).Our luggage was taken in the convoy coaches and was at the hotel awaiting us on our arival.
Dont be put of or get concerned on the transfer to the hotel (especially if you arrive in the dark) we wondered where we were heading as you seem to be miles from everything, and suddenly the hotel appears before you. What a picture in the dark all lite up and quite beautiful. Reception staff were very friendly as were the bellboys awaiting to assist you and your luggage to your room. Junior Suite was huge, the baths do need to be renewed, but they are not dirty, just old. We arrived very late after our Cairo trip, but the staff were very good at directing us to the resturant for dinner and could not have been more curtious. (We were a little concerned after reading some of the reviews before going) but no need to worry they were really lovely and couldn't do enough to help. It does help if you take some small egyptian pounds 5. 10. and 20 LE and tip small and often. You do get better service and you are only talking of 5LE being approx 50p but the staff are really grateful for any small appreciation of their services to you. We ate in the Italian Lebonese and carribian and the food was great in all. Only one of us got egyptian revenge and a few tabs later it was cured. Take a hand gel with you it does help as some of the money is really old and often this is the bugs carrier. Also take or buy some plastic/divers shoes for the rough coral. Once you are in the water its really worth that little expense. They are very cheap over there at the hotel just a couple of pounds english.
Do walk round the bay, approx 20minutes to Makadi Bay, very pretty and some nice shops, not many but good taste and quality.
We will certainly book to go again. Not something that we usually do as there are so many places to go. But for this hotel we will make an exception.
Better Than Expected
I think the Sunrise Grand Makadi and the Grand Makadi are two different hotels. Here is my review for the Grand Makadi.
Just got back from the Grand Makadi last night and must say it was better than I expected, having been to Sharm before I had and idea of the Egyptian standards.
Flew with Futura (although expected a My Travel flight). Very average. The plane was either too hot or too cold. There were no blankets or pillows at all on the return flight.
In flight entertainment was surprisingly good, one movie on the way out and two on the way back.
Be warned Futura do not accept Egyptian pounds, only Euros or Sterling, which caught some people out on the return flight.
Hurgharda airport was hassle free on arrival - much better than Sharm. Visa's were issued promptly and cases there really quick.
The transfer was about half an hour the Grand Makadi, we were lucky and went straight there and not Via any other hotels.
Check in at the hotel was a bit chaotic.
The registration form to be completed is not very clear, ensure you put all names and passport numbers for your whole party on the form, not just the person registering.
Other than that we off to the room shortly followed by our luggage.
Accommodation was pleasant enough, no bed for our son, but again this was sorted pretty quickly. Someone had previously mentioned to request an open balcony, I would urge others to do this too, it was a great tip. I did it by email and two out of the three rooms allocated to our party were given this. The only gripe I have is the smell of "drains" coming from the toilet. It was only our room which had this ( and we were all in the same block) it was reported to reception who said they would sort it, which they did with a bottle of air freshener!! You can close the door from the toilet area to the bathroom, which we did all the time to try and contain it. Midweek it eased off but came back for the last few days. If I had been staying for two weeks I would have requested a move. My tip would be to take a scented candle with you just in case. I did acquire a josstick and that helped a bit.
The pool area was fantastic, plenty of space and sunbeds. The pool was very cold but once you were over the initial shock it was fine. The sun does go down pretty early at this time of year - about 430ish, get up early to catch the most rays.
I'm not one for the beach, but you must go into the sea. The snorkeling is breathtaking. If you venture out just a little bit out of your depth you will see the the most colourful coral ever - its well worth it!!!! If it's really not your thing you can walk out far enough to see plenty of colourful fish.Go in the morning it's much clearer, take a banana or some ends of bread from breakfast and you will have the fish eating your of you hand! It really shouldn't be missed. Our kids were timid with the whole thing at first, but couldn't get enough of it by the end of the week.
Be sure to buy the special shoes to do this. They are 7 euro at the beach or 5 Egyptian at the hotel shop. You can get snorkels from the beach also. They do go quickly in the morning though, we ended up buying them at the shop.
If you walk about 10 minutes along the beach/path to the right, there is a small bay which is not as deep and the coral is just as good.
The food in the a la carte restaurants was very good. I did email ahead to book, but they don't offer this service like other all inc hotels.
On the first night we ate in the buffet - fine - really can't complain, usual buffet standard, could have been hotter etc, but show me a buffet anywhere in the world that is piping hot. We sat outside on our first night which was lovely, it was really calm ( it can get a bit breezy day and night) everything was lit up, the red wine was very drinkable and before we knew it we were the last ones there!!
Book the restaurants as soon as you arrive if you can. We went to book on our first day at lunchtime.The only one we couldn't do was the Lebanese as this only opens in the evening. No queueing, nothing just in and out. We were a party of 9 who wanted to eat 7 - 730 as we had children with us, so were more restricted. If you are a table for two and not fussed what time you eat you will have much more choice.
We couldn't get the next two nights for that reason but managed the Italian twice and the Caribbean once. Both are great. Take a jumper with you to the Italian as the air conditioning is up high. Pizzas are freshly cooked in a clay over. The Caribbean is outside and actually turned out to be our favourite. Both are also open for Lunch but get busy at 1230 when they first open, if you don't go then leave it an hour or so and try, and you should be OK. We tried the beach restaurant at lunchtime, but weren't over impressed. The food was OK but very little of it and only about 5 or 6 things on the menu to choose from. There is also a restaurant just outside the kids club especially for them, they do the usual burgers, chicken nuggets etc. Our kids ate there themselves a couple of times and were quite happy with it. We found it a good idea to get them a basket of chips (how British) late afternoon to keep them going until their evening meal.
Ice creams are served from 3.30 on the terrace.
The Lebanese is good for a bit of a change. The belly dancer makes the evening a bit more Egyptian.
One evening we went to the Thai restaurant in the Makadi Palace. This was very good. You have to upgrade your wristband to do this. It cost us £17 for two adults and a child to upgrade. The upgrade gives you a 24 hour access to the Palace. Reception literally change your wristband for the duration to allow you to use all their facilities. We used their buffet for lunch, and had drinks over there after dinner. I did not think the atmosphere at the Palace was as good as the Grand. I had heard good reports about the Jokers Club, but we were told by one person you were not allowed children in there after 10, then by another you could. As we weren't too bothered we did not pursue it. The Palace has a big extension going on there at the moment.
Everyone generally congregates at the terrace bar in the evening. There is usually some entertainment, but don't expect Las Vegas shows. A chap sings most evenings, the animation team did their rendition of Phantom of the opera and there was some local Egyptian "Boy Band" (not) doing the rounds of the tables singing and playing their instruments which they let you have a go of. There was a local dancer also one night but we missed that.
The staff generally all try very hard for you, but of course the odd tip here and there defiantly helps. One thing that did annoy me though was the bell boys on check out. They literally chase you until they have their tip. They have to lines of luggage outside the hotel, one for those who have already tipped them and the other for those who have not, and they will let you know which line you case is in!
There are the usual water polo, volleyball matches, aqua aerobics going on if you want to join in.
The Hotel is over run with Russian and Germans. I must agree with others who have said they have little of no manners. They will not que for anything so be prepare to fight your corner. Your will get a laugh at heir fashion sense though.
On the whole the Grand Makadi is a very relaxing hotel. I would not hesitate in recommending it, I though It was excellent value for the money we paid.
The Best Yet
Have just returned from the Grand Makadi on the 14th and cannot praise the place enough.It was just out of this world for service and quality of food you are extremely well looked after and normally a "please" and "thank you" will get your glass refilled straight away(please note anybody from germany).Before we went we read all the reviews and were a little sceptical about certain things but these go out the window within being there a day everything about the place is fantastic even down to having to purchase shoes to go into the sea,i paid 7 euros and if you get to the beach early enough you can get goggles and snorkel free from the beach hut.The weather was great abit of cloud for the first couple of days but then wall to wall sunshine and there was a good breeze blowing every day although some days on the beach it was more of a strong breeze and so we would retreat to the pool.As for the issue of the Makadi palace it is a little unfair that they can use all of the grands facilities but if i'm completely honest it does not make much difference except for the fact that they have a thai restaurant on there resort and i would have liked to have tried that but believe me when i say there are no shortage of places to eat and no shortage of quality+quantity on the grand side.Overall i cannot recommend this holiday enough to the extent that we have already priced up to return in the summer holidays it really is fantastic
Loved this beautiful hotel
Just returned from a week at the Grand Makadi Hotel. Wow, what a hotel, simply beautiful, stunning architecture, wonderful grounds, and lovely people!
We stayed in a Junior Suite, with huge 2m bed, settee, seats, huge bathroom & separate toilet. The rooms were cleaned in the morning, then checked again late afternoon, and then 'turn down' during the evening.
Some others have commented that the bathrooms need updating. OK the bath itself was a little 'tired' but if that's the only thing I can moan about then...! When we looked at some of the other rooms, the baths were new, so it could be that they are already onto this one and are slowly replacing them.
The whole hotel was spotless, and the grounds lovely (palm trees, bouganvillea, jasmine, etc) with numerous staff from cleaners, gardeners, pool attendents, etc all working tirelessly to ensure the hotel was perfectly groomed. All the staff were helpful and friendly, and no problem with reception staff, who were very polite. We asked to see some of the other rooms which was not a problem at all.
The restaurants were great. We ate twice in the Caribbean restaurant - lovely dishes, if a little too spicey for palate, twice in the Italian - great pizza and pasta dishes, and 3 times in the Lebanese - just amazing food, fantastic flavours, great musicians and belly dancing, and really attentive staff. We took breakfast on the terrace of the Italian restaurant (not an Italian breakfast!) - plenty of choice, continental breakfast with all the cheeses, meats, variety of croissants and pastries, numerous differents fruits, waffles, pancakes, eggs, ... the list goes on!
We ate lunch at the Starfish Restaurant on the seafront- grilled food, and friendly waiters, who gave us Egyptian lessons every day, and remembered your name when you went back!
As we were on all-inclusive, we could also choose to eat at 2 of the restaurants in the Makadi Palace next door. Yes guests from the Makadi Palace did use the facilities of the Grand but this was not a problem. In fact I think both hotels could only have been half full as there were plenty of sunbeds, tables etc all through the week.
There is building work going on next to Makadi Palace, but this wasn't a problem for us. The hotel group that owns Grand & Palace, Red Sea Hotels, are building their next hotel - a spa/thalassotherapy hotel
The weather was about 24 degrees during the day, perfect sunbathing weather, although the evenings were cool - take long trousers, jumpers, etc.
The beach was lovely, and towels are provided free in the rooms. Watch out for the Sea Eagles diving in the water.
We did notice that many guests were quite indifferent to the staff and didn't acknowledge them, which we thought was extremely rude. They are so friendly and welcoming and if you show them a little courtesy then they give so much back.
The animation team were a little bit annoying for our taste, as we went for a relaxing, do-nothing holiday. But once they knew that you weren't interested in taking part they left you alone, and they didn't constantly hound you.
Did get 1 dose of Pharoah's revenge, but nothing that a couple of Immodium's couldn't sort out, and then fine after that. Think it was more the fact that I was drinking enough water, rather than anything else.
We couldn't find out what type of electrical adaptor was required, so took all sorts, but you are fine with the European round pin adaptor.
A bit of a shock on arrival at Hurghada airport, having never been before. Be prepared for the reps shouting and herding you in the direction of the visa booths. The visas cost £10 sterling, or EP110. We took dollars, following some of the comments that I read here, but they didn't want them!
We also went to Hurghada one evening. I wouldn't bother - yes it is a developing country, but there is so much building work, rubble, etc, that it isn't pretty!
Book It now!
We stayed at this hotel at the end of September for the week.
It was fabulous! We've been to Egypt before and this was 100 times better! On arrival, the reception was huge, very clean and well decorated, the check in service was smooth and trouble free.
Our room was great - the bed was massive, we have a superking at home and this thing was even bigger than that! Yes, the bath's do need replacing, but who cares...? Our room was cleaned to perfection every day. The balcony was massive overlooking the sea. We were on the ground floor and only half a minutes walk from the beach and pool, and the buffet restaurant. The food is fantastic, a choice of Buffet, Italian, Lebanese and Caribbean all included with the All Inclusive. The Caribbean is especially good. You do need to book for the ala carte Italian, Lebanese and Caribbean at evenings but during lunch you don't need to. The beach snack bars get really busy at around 3.30pm as the other restaurants close then, so if you're hungry you might have to wait for a table. It's a good idea to plan to eat in a main restaurant and use the snack bars for snacks and not your main lunch.
The only downfall with the restaurants is they don't serve spirits with meals, it's only a choice of beer, wine, juices or water.
The beach is lovely, the entrance to the sea is very rocky so you must have swim shoes, once you're in though the coral and fish are superb - just like finding nemo! Pool is huge and really well laid out. We didn't have a problem at all with sunbeds and we're not particularly early risers!
We took a trip to Luxor over the day - Luxor is very interesting and our tour guide was very friendly and knowledgeable. The coach trip takes over 4 hours each way so take some food - if you ask the before 9 on the night before they'll pack you up a breakfast box to take with you. We saw the Karnak Temple, had a boat trip on the Nile, went to an Alabaster Factory then the Valley of the Kings - the trip only cost just over £50 each - well worth it!
We also went to the Aqua Park which was a brilliant day out.
We took the free hotel bus over to the Grand Resort (you need to book a place the night before) which is a little bit nearer Hurghada, there's a row of local shops selling tourist tat and an entertainment mall at the hotel. It was a good couple of hours spent. We didn't bother going into Hurghada - simply because we ran out of time!
If you have a late flight like we did, pay the L.E. 100 (about £10) to keep your room on until 5pm. This meant we had a full last day of the holiday - great!
As a final word - we loved this hotel, comments made about Germans and Russians etc were totally unfounded during our stay. Also, we did not find guests from the Palace a problem either. It is true that they can use the Grand on their All Inclusive package - but we never encountered a problem.
I would definitely book this hotel again, we love Egypt as the standard of hotels for the price paid is fantatsic. Plus the culture is so different from the European one.
Should you book it? What are you waiting for??
Never been more spoiled.
Just gotta agree with all the praise here. This was simply amazing.
The hotel look stunning, and it was just to dream away. At nighttime, with all the lanterns lit, it was magic. There are people working everywhere, and all are eager to please. The service simply could not be any better, and I also have to commend the reception, since I was slightly biased after reading here. They really went up an beyound, trying to help. It is true that german is the second language here, and russian rivals the english too, so sometimes it was not so easy to understand each other, but there was no lack of trying, and all succeded in the end.
Room was cleaned twice daily, and as stated huuge beds (2m at least wide) Double comforter, but I bet they will fix that in a snap if its a trouble. Everyone was constantly asking if everything was okay.
The only thing I seriously wish the travel agents had tipped us about is the tipping thing down there. Due to restrictions in printing bills they are extremely worn, and to get small change are nearly impossible. (they rather sell you more)
It is real easy to contract stomach flu handling money and food.
Bring a desinfectant gel, AND ALOT of 1-2-5 dollar bills. Much better than the eternal hassle of finding small egyptian pounds.
It is an all inclusive, and tipping are not necessary, but the people that work there don't make alot of money and consider the tip part of their wage. Tip at the start of the holiday and be even more spoiled, there guys have a superb memory. And deserve the tip more than any other servicepeeps I have ever met.
Be sure to tip the person giving the service, cz to no common distribution.
Had no issue with palaceguests using Grands facilities, and you can easily upgrade your packae for a day at the time if you wanna try their exclusives. 10Euro a day if memory serves. Prefer Grand anyway, due to some construction at the Palace outskirts.
Mentioning the stomach flu thing, I also should mention that food hygiene are a matter of outmost importance at Grand. A german company are having a checklist of 130 points done every day reg. the food. So keep hands off money and desinfect and you should be okay. (do not drink the water)
Should things go bad, they have an excellent doc onsite, and even a mini clinic down at the Palace. (for both hotels)
Very professional. (and yes, I am a ditz, so I got to check that serivce out)
The restaurants were amazing, and buffets were stunning. Haven't eaten so much dessert, cake, and 3-4 dish meals since.. forever. Thank god portions are smallish.
Absolutely loved the italian, and the caribbean (The Island) have the most stunning surroundings ever, being in the midst of pools.
To have breakfast at Palaces "The Dome" is also a must try, the most lavish breakfastbuffet I have ever seen. And upon asking to take pics, the head.. person... was not too happy since he felt it was somewhat plucked at 10am (closing time). I would never have guessed by the look of it, but that tells something about the standards they aim for.
Two chefs there make the omelette/egg whatever you want on the fly. And the french toast are to die for.
Did the trip to Luxor, fantastic to see other surrondings than the sand! Otherwise most have been said about that trip. An amazing day indeed.
Bring extra money for Tutankhamons (sp? lol) grave (80EP), toilet-tipping, and beverages on the lunchboat on the nile.
Also went snorkling at the dolphin house outside Marsa Alam, amazing. Saw a scool of 25 dolphins float by under us. And a sea turtle later on.
All snorkling stuff and shoes can be both rented, and bought at the hotel. As do underwater cameras. (cams kinda pricey tho)
A mju725 sure would have been handy here, as the seashore are full of fish to photo. (or a digicam casing)
The onsite massage was heaven, and both a mild one, and a more musclewrenching are available, as are different regions (feet, back, all over).
Oh, and for those who don't like the critters, the hotels fumigate (environmentally friendly) twice a day, and all I saw was 3 ants and a dragonfly, on top of some flies the entire time. Most disappointing since I look high and low to find critters. Not a reptile in sight apart from that one seaturtle.
No cobras, no lizards, and no crocs unless travelling all the way to Nassar lake. Most disappointing for me, reassuring for my mom, and others with critterissues. ;)
grand Makadi palace hotel.
Hi all,we are due for our family holiday to the above hotel in july. We were wondering if any of you guys have been there yet as it is fairly new (opened this year). Also any info on the resort its self would be much appreciated. many thanks Guy & Jo . p.s any reports on diving for our kids ( 12 & 16 ) they want to try it ! thanks .
RE: grand Makadi palace hotel.
I've booked for this hotel in September and have just been trying to find some more info about it. There doesn't seem to be much about at the moment due to the fact it's brand new so would really appreciate any feedback you can give after your holiday.
Have a good one !!
RE: RE: grand Makadi palace hotel.
yeah will let you know how we get on , should be great ! e mail you in july . guy
Internet Access in Makadi Bay Area
I would like to know if Internet Access is currently available at the Makadi Palace, Grand Makadi or nearby in an Internet Cafe.
Can someone please tell me this?
Thanks in advance.
Internet Access in Makadi Bay Area
I would like to know if Internet Access is currently available at the Makadi Palace, Grand Makadi or nearby in an Internet Cafe.
Can someone please tell me this?
Thanks in advance.
RE: Internet Access in Makadi Bay Area
Yes there is an internet access in makady bay area. Dont worry its a 5 stars location and you will have so much fun but it is a bit far from the city of hurghada and its night action.
Have fun and cheers.
RE: Internet Access in Makadi Bay Area
Did you ever find out if the Grand Makadi has Internet access in the hotel? I have tried contacting them via email and from their website and have not had a response.
I'm interested in staying there but it has to have high-speed Internet in the rooms or wireless in public areas.
If anyone can answer this I would be most grateful, thanks.