Buffet breakfast, late breakfast 10.30-12.00, buffet lunch and dinner. 3 visits per week to the à la carte restaurant.
Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee 10.00-24.00.
Snacks 12.00-17.00, afternoon tea 17.00-18.00 and ice-cream 12.00-17.00.
These stylish deluxe rooms sleep up to 3 adults, or 2 adults and 2 children, and include the likes of air-con, satellite TV, Wi-Fi* and a fridge. Outside, there's a terrace that leads straight to the shared pool.
Stylish and contemporary, these superior twin rooms offer a bit of extra space, with twin beds and an extra kids' bed. They include the likes of air-con, satellite TV, Wi-Fi*, fridge and safety deposit box. Bottled water is replenished daily, plus there's a balcony or terrace for that bit of outside space.
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Stayed at the hotel from 10th June-24th June. Fantastic time round pool 12,, the pool boys,,and the pool bar boys,, were absolutely fantastic!!! The restraunt was great,, but the a la carte restraunts were awesome,, it was Ramadam when we were there,,in 42* heat,, but you wouldn't have thought that,,the guys were so pleasant,, fantastic!!!More
Good hotel, food nice, staff exceptionally friendly, though beach area not good. Food prefect, hotel area very clean, Augad, employee of the reception was highly friendly and provided exceptional service.
a great hotel
It's my third time to visit Jaz Aquamarine and each time I just want to thank the staff there from the reception , house Keeping & the gym trainer Mr Haitham a special thanks to this man and to everyone who is a good reflection for this hotel . The hotel is amazing . The swimming pools are wonderful. The restaurant and the food is good . I'll never choose any hotel except Jaz Aquamarine . Thanks.More
Mr D June 2016
A lovely family holiday. Excellent value for money. People complain not 5 star. But for what you pay this hotel has everything. Staff are amazing. Special mention to Ramon the pool waiter who never stopped. He always made sure we had a drink. The staff are what make the place so special, they were so good with the kids, always taking their time to speak to them. A la Cartes are really good. Loved the seafood restaurant, lobster was superb. Overall a great family holiday. More
Peter D, 186361
Superb hotel......pity so few guests!
Like many others we only went to Hurghada because First Choice/Thomson would not fly to Sharm el Sheikh. Well we are really glad we did as we had a truly superb couple of weeks returning just this Friday June 24th.
We chose the Jaz Aquamarine as we had stayed at the Jas Mirabel in Sharm a couple of times having great holidays. Also having read all the reviews on Tripadvisor we knew we were in for a great time.
We were not dissapointed. Actually we liked the Aquamarine better (just).
The hotel itself is very large with 1300 rooms we were told along with 18 swimming pools. The hotel public rooms were beautifully decorated and the garden areas a delight. From the time we arrived at the Aquamarine until we left on Friday we were treated like royalty. We could not praise the staff highly enough.
On the negative side they could do with having some better evening entertainment. It's hard to believe that a hotel as large as this one does not have a bespoke theatre or auditorium for entertaining guests post dinner. There is one smal "Teatro" but that is mainly for kids....even the chairs are like the ones we had in junior school. What entertainment there was really was poor in our opinion. I don't call a lady ( as good as she was) drawing pictures with sand riveting. The obligatory belly dancing nowadays is really a bore. Food was good and varied (sometimes could have been hotter) with plenty of choices. As seasoned travelers we recognise how difficult it must be to cater for a variety of nationalities. We did use the specialist "Nino's" Italian restaurant a couple of times and the food quality was top notch, complimented by lovely decor and really attentive staff.
BUT! What a shame there were so few guests! We were told that the hotel was only around 35% of capacity which is a real shame and is of course a result of terrorism fears. We have to say that outside the hotel we felt very safe and indeed be live Egypty to be a very safe country to visit. We are firm believers in not letting the fear of terrorism stopping us from travelling around the world whilst taking sensible advice from the FCO.
Overall if you are looking for a couple of weeks of guaranteed sunshine...where in Europe or the Med resorts at the moment could you say that about?.....go to Egypt! And more specifically the Jaz Aquamarine.....and tell your friends...the Egyptian people would be very grateful.More