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The Sinai Peninsula and Red Sea Coast Hotels

Le Méridien Dahab Resort

Pros

  • Visually stunning property that's appeared in style magazines
  • Sea views from all rooms
  • Excellent cuisine at three on-site restaurants
  • No-smoking rooms

Cons

  • A taxi ride away from the fun and nightlife scene of the Masbat area
  • There's nothing else in the immediate vicinity
  • Expansion planned for 2010 may mean some disruption on-site

Updated 12/31/1969

Fodor's Review

This luxury resort designed by French architect and designer Alain Jaouen offers a 21st-century oasis in the Sinai. The public areas have a simple, spacious feel right out of the late 1960s that are reminiscent of interiors from films like The Thomas Crown Affair or Goldfinger (minus the evil technological gadgets). Pale colors and straight lines dominate from the pool areas to the restaurants. The rooms line up side by side on two terraces below the main

building allowing everyone a full view of the ocean. There's a contemporary cottage feel to the decor, and rooms open out onto spacious private balconies or patios. The resort's new spa opened in late 2010.

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Hotel Information

Address:

Al Tahrir St., Dahab, Egypt

Phone:

069-364–0425

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 178 rooms, 4 suites
  • Breakfast

Updated 12/31/1969

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