Attitude, music and coctails!
The cafe, while reflecting the charm and flavor of the local architecture, is still Hard Rock through and through offering an extensive collection of incredible rock memorabilia, a fabulous mouth-watering menu and thirst quenching cocktails to suit your every desire. With everything from a great outdoor area and cool pool bar facility to live music, and DJ's after midnight, the Hard Rock Cafe Hurghada is the hottest spot in town. A must see for locals and visitors alike. Stop by and visit for your rock n' roll fix.
Dress Code: Proper
This is proberbly the most proper club you can find in Hughada. The coctails are great, the music is amazing but the most fun is the special parties!
The club is also open day time, when its perfect for the POOL PARTIES!
They are actually having a pool in the club so, if you are bored one day and dont want to go to the beach and struggle with the sand - hed kandis pool party- have a drink and enjoy!
Its a good club but also therefor the prices are not verry tasty for the small wallet.
A tip tho is for ladies; Ladies night at Hed Kandi - Thursdays and fridays - free entry and 2 coctails for all ladies !
Dress Code: Proper sexy wear!
The night life begins in Hurgada in April early enough. The Sunset is at 18.00 and at 18.30 it is already dark.
Hurghada is known as a party town, and with its many clubs, life could be said to begin there at night. Nearly every hotel has its own disco. The most famous ones at the moment are "Calypso" and "Papas Beach". Renowned for belly dancing, Arabic and Nubian folklore, is "Alf Leila Wa Leila" ("One thousand and one nights"). It is a big open-air area, which offers a bit of everything.
Dress Code: You can see my 2 min 30 sec Hurghada Night Walk VIDEO clip with Click After Winter Dream music from my YouTube channel.
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A beautiful Italian restaurant in the center of Hurghada, with great service and friendly staff. it's also cheap, clean and the food is tasty. You can take shisha (water pipe) there as well, and only drinks if you wish.
For 15 euros experience the sound and taste of Egypt-horse riding, belly dancing, fakirs, dervish dancing and all. And hear the short version of Egypt's exciting history in English, German, French and Russian.
The whirling derwish is a ritual dancer who whirls around for 20 min. or more With his moving around and the mystic music the dancer creates a very special and magical atmosphere. The dancer is very concentrated and the music that goes with the dance is such that it makes the dancer like go in trance.
If you are looking for an early and quite kind of outing, then dont miss going to the grand hotel restaurants and bars.
The place is amazing with its indirect warm lighting and simon colors and the varity of crowds sitting and walking around.
If you are in for some live band and a dancing show that includes some belly dancing then it is also your place.
They serve nice pizzas there for cheap prices and you can enjoy the setting of the place instead of the usual Pizza Hut scene that i am sure you are fed up with.
The place have the best internet cafes in Hurghada and a Billiard pool.
Dress Code: Whatever suits and please you.
This was the Egyptian night in our hotel, organized every thursday. On that special night, tables and chairs as well as the stage were set right on the beach , with very interesting program, including various dancers, belly dancers and outdoor barbecue.
Very interesting coffee bar at the beach. Everything is so cool that you can not imagine. Try Shisha. It is not dangerous for the health and it cost 5 L.E. (7 L.E. = 1 Euro). Be careful. Alcohol drinks are very expensive.
Dress Code: The best to go there as you are going on the beach. Just chill out.
There are MANY along the main street, any you pick is fun! There are a lot of traditional Egyptian taverns, where you can smoke shisha and have their food and specialties, watch TV, play borad games... It's like a place for spending some leisure time for family and friends for Egyptians. Odd enough, i've seen very few foreigners in such taverns, they tend not to mix with the locals (or vice versa). Pity, because I liked Egyptian authentic bars the best!
Hurghada is definitely growing as a place for nightlife. In the 4 years between my visits, there definitely have been an increased in the number of bars and clubs.
The first time I was there, I really struggled to find a TV that was showing an England football match. The second time, there were a number of bars to chose from.
As it is a muslim country, it is unlikely ever to rival nightlife in Prague or other European cities but it is still pretty good.
Unfortunately, I can't review anywhere as I didn't spend any time in bars and clubs as I was scuba diving all week and needed my beauty sleep. However, I did manage to find the website of the bar I watch the Arsenal -v- Manchester United match in (Papas).
Dress Code: It's a holiday so were what you want !!!!!
Local dancers will bring evening entertainment. Beautiful men and women, oriental music and - of course - at least one belly dancer!
Dress Code: No special dress code.
This café/restaurant in our resort served some lovely fresh mint tea. A nice spot to spend some time after dinner!
Dress Code: Decent clothes. No shorts!
"Lambada" is a coffee bar on the one, hm, square, with a live international music. It is good if you walk too much just to have a seat and have a drink enjoying the music.
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