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Our luxury resorts in Egypt

Explore our resorts in Egypt

Despite all its things to do, Egypt isn’t just a place to get out and about, it is a place where you can simply be. In an ALL spa resort, all you have to do is relax. The Novotel Sharm El Sheikh exemplifies this perfectly, because it has a spa and a fitness centre for guests to enjoy. The former is decorated in beautiful Egyptian-inspired style, with a sleek contemporary twist, and offers the kinds of treatments that leave holidaymakers feeling completely refreshed and rejuvenated. The fitness centre is also kitted out with the latest equipment, so you can look after body and mind.

Sharm El Sheikh

Ein El Sokhna

Aswan

Cairo

About Egypt

ALL’s luxury resorts in Egypt have won their reputation for their sumptuous spaces, indulgent restaurants and immaculate spas – and while they certainly have all these things, there also offer so much more. This land of endless contrasts has plenty to delight even the most seasoned traveller, including sun-drenched nature reserves and plentiful water sports.

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Frequently asked questions

Egypt is a highly accessible destination because of its range international airports, which have connections to many locations around the world. Once you have landed in the country, you will have a range of transport options to choose from as you travel on to your ALL wellness resort. One of the most convenient is the airport shuttle, which takes you and your luggage direct to your hotel’s front door. Alternatively, if you choose to hire a car, look out for private parking, as many of ALL’s beach resorts and other hotels offer this for your peace of mind.

Egypt’s legendary historic attractions need no introduction. If, like many visitors, you can’t wait to see the pyramids, consider a stay in the beautiful Mercure Hurghada Hotel or Mövenpick El Gouna beach resort. Both are conveniently located for your trip to Egypt’s most spectacular site. As well as once-in-a-lifetime attractions, your ALL luxury resort will give you access to plenty of activities, especially if you are keen to get in the water. Options include kayaking, scuba diving and windsurfing but, if you would like to take your holiday at a slower pace, you can simply lounge on your hotel’s pristine private beach or maybe play a few leisurely rounds on the golf course.

ALL’s wellness resorts in Egypt pride themselves on providing excellent food for every guest, whatever their tastes or preferences. The five-star Rixos Premium Seagate, for example, has no fewer than 12 restaurants. Appropriately for a country with an international vibe, these eateries serve cuisines from Brazil, Turkey, Italy, France and Asia, among others, and range from casual places to enjoy a bite with family to ultra-luxurious fine dining establishments. As for bars, the Rixos Sharm El Sheikh has nine, including some poolside options where you can soak up the warm Egyptian sun while sipping on a refreshing cocktail.

Despite all its things to do, Egypt isn’t just a place to get out and about, it is a place where you can simply be. In an ALL spa resort, all you have to do is relax. The Novotel Sharm El Sheikh exemplifies this perfectly, because it has a spa and a fitness centre for guests to enjoy. The former is decorated in beautiful Egyptian-inspired style, with a sleek contemporary twist, and offers the kinds of treatments that leave holidaymakers feeling completely refreshed and rejuvenated. The fitness centre is also kitted out with the latest equipment, so you can look after body and mind.

Egypt is one of the best winter sun destinations available, as its high season runs from mid-October to February. There is plenty of sunshine without the stifling temperatures expected in summer, so if you plan to spend your time exploring historic sites or natural landscapes, you can do so comfortably. In fact, many of ALL’s hotels make for excellent Christmas and New Year’s Eve resorts. You might also consider visiting at either side of the low season (which runs from June to August), although you should bear in mind that temperatures can be very hot in May and September.

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