Chill Out In Taba Heights

Chill Out In Taba Heights

Fantastic! What a wonderful place to relax. Just put your wallet, keys  and phone in the safe and chill out in Magnificent surroundings  The hotel in the resort of Taba Heights,  Sinai. The hotel is designed the style of a Nubian Village and really sets the mark in Taba.

Chill Out In Taba HeightsThe views and grounds are spectacular – you can see Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Israel at over the gulf of Aqua on the Red sea. At night this is particularly stunning as the mountains take on a red hue reminiscent of sunset at Ayres Rock in Australia.

The hotel has its own huge, 500 metre stretch of  beach on the Red Sea where you can snorkel straight off the beach amongst the beautiful coral Reef.

There’s more than enough sun-lounges (and the hotel was full) and food which is great. The staff are friendly and can’t do enough to help.
If you want to go out and party beware! There are hardly any Bars or restaurants out side of the hotel Complexes.  However, we were given a dine around card at reception which allowed us to eat in the Neighbouring hotels including the Intercontinental, Sofitel & the Marriott. Most of these hotels were within a 15 minute walk from the Hyatt Regency. Not that you could get bored with the food at the Hyatt there are over 5 restaurants to choose from all with an International theme.

One evening we went in to on a Bedouin feast hosted in the desert by the local Bedouins. Where we drank tea, danced, and smoked the customary Shisha pipe. One day during our our stay we went to Water world for the day they have a range of water sports and diving classes for all levels. The underwater scenery was unforgettable.

Due to the remoteness’ & tranquillity it is recommended that you take plenty of reading material as the books and Magazines they have on offer in the hotels are limited and Expensive.

Overall I can say that this hotel is definitely worthy of its 5star Grading and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to go and really want to relax within a peaceful setting.

I can recommend booking with online company Holiday click who specialise in Taba Egyptian holidays. I found their staff very helpful and knowledgeable.  We went in Early July and paid £429 for 7 nights half board and were given a free upgrade to sea view on arrival.

About the author

Abigail Forsyth loves to travel and blog about his experience to share with the readers. He is a great enthusiast of oriental travel destinations.

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