Lotus Bay Resort Hotel
Our Customer Rating
(Based on 10 customer reviews)
I was in Lotus Bay for 1 week from 12th January 2023 returning on 19th January 2023. I booked with Travel Republic – return flight was with EasyJet and I stayed in Lotus Bay, Safaga, Hurgada. Cost was £480 for flight plus full board accommodation.
Checked in Thu 12 Jan 2023
Nestled in Abu Souma Bay, on the west coast of the Red Sea, this idyllic resort is blessed with year-round sunny weather. The resort lies along a pristine sandy beach with a private marina, and is built upon magnificent 42000 sqm surrounded by gardens. Only a short distance from Hurghada centre, the resort allows you to enjoy a peaceful and relaxing atmosphere. This resort offers a large selection of suites and rooms. Enjoy a multitude of dining facilities, daily entertainment, health club, theater, water sports, snorkeling and a private diving centre.
- Swimming Pool Outdoor
- 24hrs Reception
- Water Sports
- Beach Bar
- Games Room
- Car Rental
- Table Tennis
- 24hrs Room Service
- Health Club
- Valet Parking
- Diving Centre
- Tennis Court
- Daily Entertainment
- Steam Room
- Shopping Centre (Extra Charge)
- Baby Sitting (On Request with Extra charge)
- 24-hour Security services
Our customer reviews
Checked in Mon 27 Mar 2023
The worst hotel for cleanliness I've ever stayed in, in Egypt in 30 years. Ripped and stained bedding and towels, under the bed were empty bottles and very dirty, shower was filthy and full of mould. Bedding only changed twice in 30 days. guests dirty towels left outside rooms on floor. A bird had died outside our room entrance and was there in 30+c for a week. Food is very basic and very limited choices. Staff unfriendly you just seem to be a inconvenience if you ask for your safe to be opened in reception. Water is limited to 2 300ml bottles a day and you even have to go to opposite end of hotel to collect this and then go to one of 2 dispensers in resort but this is outside and very warm. The glass panels around the pool are full of weeks of bird droppings ans was the children's slide into the pool, very dirty sun loungers and tables around pool area. It's such a shame as this could be a wonderful hotel it just seems they really don't care. Half facilities were out of order too and we were made aware of this fact 48 hours prior to arrival.So all in all after visiting 3 times a year for 30 years this has been the worst hotel ever
Therese C, Woking
Checked in Thu 12 Jan 2023
I was in Lotus Bay for 1 week from 12th January 2023 returning on 19th January 2023. I booked with Travel Republic – return flight was with EasyJet and I stayed in Lotus Bay, Safaga, Hurgada. Cost was £480 for flight plus full board accommodation. On arrival in Egypt you will need to pay £25 in cash for your visa. Travel Republic booked the transfer with Sun International - that was about £20 going to the hotel and back. I was given a twin bedded room with a terrace giving onto the gardens. It was so peaceful and absolutely lovely. The weather was 25 degrees every day when it was freezing cold in London …. It was not the busy season and the hotel was fairly quiet. Food was excellent as always: a great variety of delicious meals, salads and sweets. During the week I took the opportunity to visit Luxor. The cost for that trip was £85.00 per person. That included entrances to temples and also a great lunch by the Nile. I also did a 30 mn Nile journey for an extra £10 - a must. We left the hotel at 5.30 am returning by 9 pm but the effort was well worth it. Our guide Wael was full of knowledge and enthusiasm. He told us everything he knew about Ancient Egypt as well as the Egypt of today starting from Abdul Nasser who nationalised the Suez canal. Whilst in Luxor we visited the Karnak temple with its magnificent pillars that seem to reach the sky and the many statues of Ramses II. We then went to the Valley of the kings. An area I had been wanting to visit ever since I was a teenager when I saw the 1967 Paris exhibition of the findings in the tomb of Tutankhamun. The valley of the Kings is simply majestic as you arrive with tombs surrounded by mountains and the desert. After all these years I'm still obsessed with Tutankhamun. Until about 1918 the Nile regularly flooded the valley which explains why the tomb of Tutankhamun was closed off with debris coming down the valley blocking its entrance. It was on 26th November 1922 that Howard Carter finally found the tomb of Tutankhamun. We visited 3 tombs and then we went to see the temple of Hatshesput. So this was my first foray into Egypt and I hope to return to do the cruise from Luxor to Aswan … For the past 8 years Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan are squabbling over the building of a dam which would negatively impact the Egyptian’s economy and its population. 95% of Egyptian population lives along the Nile. President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi said during the last meeting at the United Nations “The Nile is a question of life, a matter of existence to Egypt.” It’s agreed a dam in Ethiopia could drastically curtail the water supply in Egypt. Last but not least, I can highly recommend this trip and the hotel Lotus Bay where the staff is always more than happy to help. In particular Amar at the bar who also makes sure the cats are being fed every day at 4 pm, Mahmoud who sells trips to the Red Sea, the manager of the hotel and the man who organises wifi. As well as the manager of the restaurant. Sincerely, I don’t know how but everything seems to work like clock work and they all love to talk about their country. I must add a beautician called Hand …. She offers the latest facials and other beauty treatments …. Highly recommended.
48 sqm – Double bed - Wi-Fi access - Air-conditioned - Flat screen television - Minibar - In-room safe - Hairdryer – Bathroom and shower
Rooms sleep a maximum of two adults. Maximum occupancy will be based on a double bed.
50 sqm – King size bed or twin bed - Wi-Fi access - Air-conditioned - Flat screen television - Minibar - In-room safe - Hairdryer – Bathroom and shower
Rooms sleep a maximum of three adults. Maximum occupancy will be based on a King size bed or twin bed.
Standard Room Sea View
48 sqm – Two single beds - Wi-Fi access - Air-conditioned - Flat screen television - Minibar - In-room safe - Hairdryer – Bathroom and shower
Rooms sleep a maximum of two adults. Maximum occupancy will be based on a two single beds.