Rental basis: Entire house or apartment
Number of bedrooms: 5; Number of other rooms with beds: 0
Number of bathrooms: 1
A Villa with special service! All Concierge can be booked with us! this beautiful Villa with 5 airconditioned bedrooms is ideal who likes to go to beaches, restaurants, clubs, and along the Esplanade. Steigenberger Hotel and The Grand Hotel are neighbors of ours.
Albatros White Beach is 350 yards away. Beach is 0.9 miles away. The nearest airport is Hurghada International Airport, 1.9 miles.
Enjoy our extra services such as arranged Vip trips on boats, diving, Beduine programs, Child care, Clubnight out, trips to Luxor and Cairo. We offer investor viewing trips for those who love to buy a property. Why not just buy this Villa?
What you can find in El Mamsha? Let's get the facts!
El Mamsha is the newest area of Hurghada. it's also called Village Roads, New Hurghada, and Promenade. It is the newest area in Hurghada, mostly built for tourists. Many of the popular hotels are located along by El Mamsha: Siva Grand Beach, Grand Hotel, Sindbad, White Beach, Steigenberger Al Dau, and so on.
Hurghada, having spent the first hundred years of its life as a sleepy little fishing village on the Red Sea, is now one of the most popular beach and diving destinations in the Middle East -- and for good reason. Hurghada was named one of Tripadvisor's Top 10 Most Popular Destinations in the World for 2022 and has a whopping 13 entries in Scuba Travel’s World’s Top 100 Dive Sites in 2022.
So combine the spectacular diving with 365 days of sun and beach weather, and you’ll start to get why Hurghada is such a tourist favorite.
The coastal area of Hurghada has been divided into Hurghada the city and its surrounding resort towns: Makadi Bay, El Gouna, Soma Bay, and Sahl Hasheesh
Hurghada is on mainland Egypt (ie., not the Sinai peninsula where Sharm el Sheikh is), and is sandwiched between the Red Sea and Egypt’s eastern desert and mountains
Hurghada’s main claim to fame besides its fantastic diving is the 5 star, all-inclusive beach resorts, many of which have inhouse water parks for families and tons of activities
It’s a four-hour flight from most European cities and a 45-minute flight from Cairo (4.5-hour drive)
Hurghada is a year-round destination, but it really depends on your personal preferences. Spring and fall are Hurghada’s ‘high season -- it’s when the weather is at its most ideal (beach weather without soaring temperatures), so that’s when you’ll find Hurghada at its busiest.
Considering it’s a coastal resort city, summer is a great time to go too obviously, but only if you can handle daily temperatures in the mid-to-high thirties (Celsius) or the nineties (Fahrenheit) and super-strong sun.
Lots of Europeans also like to escape below-zero temperatures in winter and hightail it to Hurghada, where it’s sunny days with highs of mid-twenties Celsius or mid-seventies Fahrenheit.
If you’re coming from abroad (or even planning to fly domestically), then just fly into Hurghada International Airport. Once you land, it’s easy to either get an airport taxi from outside the arrivals hall or call a car to pick you up (Abc Taxi, more info below). If you’re staying at a hotel, you can also easily arrange pre-arrival for your hotel to send a car to pick you up.
If you’re coming from Cairo, then you have one of three options: a) drive, b) take a bus or c) fly. Driving from Cairo is now a super-smooth trip thanks to the new Galala Road which allows you to bypass the scary two-way twisty mountain roads of Ain el Sokhna. It takes about 4.5 hours from Cairo.
If you’re coming by bus, then Globus offers over 20+ buses daily between Cairo and Hurghada. They offer different types of buses according to what kind of ticket you buy (for example, the Elite Plus bus has individual Lcd screens for each seat).
As for flying, the trip from Cairo to Hurghada takes about 45 minutes