The Grand Makadi

Makadi Bay, Hurghada, Red Sea and Sinai, Egypt | 5 star hotel
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.

Travel Blogs from Hurghada

Egypt - Day 3: Hurghada, Red Sea & Beach

A travel blog entry by dorlina


... allowed to get in without covering your head. Then we shop around in New Marina. There are more shops and better restaurants or bars than the old town. On returning to the hotel, we tried our first time taking the micro-bus. We asked a local people about how it works. It costs only 1 Egyptian pound for anywhere you go. Get on the bus and paid 1 Egyptian pound and then called to stop when you have arrived your hotel. Enjoy Hurgahda!


Egypt - Day 2: Hurghada, Old Town Shopping

A travel blog entry by dorlina


... I like to cook and so we went in an Egyptian spice shop. The shop keeper is so enthusiastic in explaining every spice in his shop. He also told us the recent politics issue they had in their country and the reason why they don’t like America. They wanted to control their own country by themselves. The tourism industry is getting worse by the news. It is safe to travel ...

A Birthday to Remember

A travel blog entry by lisabraz


... of shampoo until your hair is thickly covered with it. Don't add any water. Instead, wrap your hair up in a towel and let it sit that way for 15 minutes. Rinse. This worked for me, although I was using Head and Shoulders which stung my scalp a little bit. Oh, and the danged hair dryer was on the fritz so I went to bed with wet hair, but in the morning it was as soft as a baby's.

This was probably the most unusual birthday I've ever had. Thanks to Bill for helping it be a special one!

Dubai through Pirate Territory

A travel blog entry by kwdestinations


... were tied up to piers and no life among them. Turns out we were the only people at the Tombs and Karnak. Lucky for us. We wandered through the many tombs of Tutankaman and Ramses. I finallly said lets stop and just sit here and look at these frescos....I just wanted to "BE" in the tomb rather than roller skate through them. So David and I were the only ones just sitting on a step in the tomb and not only gazed at the art but watched ...

Luxor, Valley of the Kings and Karnak Temple

A travel blog entry by 2gs_worldtour


... Valley of the Kings, known as the City of the Dead. Here we were able to visit three of the Royal Tombs, unfortunately there was absolutely no photography allowed within the Valley Complex, ...

How has this hotel rated in the past?

  What's this?
Discover trends in hotel experiences based on real traveler reviews and ratings. Mouse over circles to see what some travelers had to say.


This 5 star hotel is located on Makadi Bay, Hurghada.
Map this hotel


View all amenities

    Historical Traveler Reviews The Grand Makadi Hurghada

    Not for families


    Well what can i say the good points about the hotel is that its beautiful and pure luxury. Big pool, great views and some amazing fish to look at in the sea. It a fantastic resort for couples not for familys with older children mainly. It is quiet and there is nothing to do unless your german and you can understand the water polo. the entertainment in the grand is terrible very repative. The guy singer sings the same songs most night. The makadi palace has some good shows on some nights but not all and then you can have a giggle doing the club dances which was the best part. Dont worry bout getting a drink in the palace they dnt look at the bands so u wont have to pay. The nightclub in the hotel was not gfreat but at least you could have a dance so taht was at least one plus. I met a few friends was hard as the resort was mostly german. So altogeva if your a couple its for you very romantic for familys with children over 10 its not really the best hotel.

    Prepare for some serious relaxation...


    My husband and I stayed at the Grand Makadi, Makadi Bay, Egypt in early June for a week as our main summer holiday. We booked with Going Places and travelled with the tour operator Panorama on an all-inclusive basis.

    What a Holiday


    Just returned 30th June the hotel and staff could not be improved. The pool was warm, the sea like bathwater. My Husband had a tummy upset but we put that down to cold drinks when being so hot himself, plus a bit of sunstroke, although he did sit under the shades all the time. The weather was very hot. The pool area and surrounds were lovely, and if you can stand the heat it is nice to walk around. Food was good in the buffet and the Italian Restaurant, but cold in the Lebanese. We did go to the buffet in the Makadi Palace and also the Thai, which was great and the service was smashing. But as of today, we were told that you could not use their facilities. Most of the people in the Palace used to use the Grand Pool, restaurants, beach etc. The staff who give you the matresses for the sunbeds are great and if you treat them to start with they are always there, even if you want your bed turned into the sun. If you require any more info please let me know. I must agree that the bath we had also needed an update. Yes we will go back

    Fabulous Holiday


    We have just returned from a week at the Grand Makadi. Our party consisted of 21 adults and 14 children and the Hotel did all they could to accomodate such a large group. We were able to eat all together in the different restaurants providing we gave them 24 hours notice. We particuarly enjoyed the Italian and Thai (Makadi Palace) restaurants. In the evening we were all able to sit together and had rounds of drinks bought over to us every 15 minutes without even asking!

    Great holiday!


    We have just returned from a two week all inclusive stay at the Grand Makadi hotel booked through panorama!. The hotel is good and it is joint to the sister hotel the makadi palace. It is hard to say where the two hotels start and finish.

    Great Holiday


    As per the previouse comment excellent hotel the restaurants food excellent, we will revisit, the pools have now got warmer as the temp average at 30 each day.

    We had breakfast in the dome each mornming, fresh pancakes for the children loads of variety of fresh fruit, breads, yougart. You need to book the restaurants for the evening, however well worth booking. cocktail bar and Joker club excellent coctails in the evening.

    The rooms were roomy well furnished and attended twice a day.

    We had a fantastic time, a 5 star holiday cant wait to go back again.

    Great Hotel


    We have just returned from the Grand Makadi (sister hotel Makadi Palace) in Makadi Bay, Hurghada.

    Great Hotel with a few reservations


    We spent a lovely two weeks at this hotel in Feb '06. As others have stated you have full use of the facilities in the Makadi Palace next door. If this will always be the case is uncertain as building work continues in the Palace - although this work will in no way inconvenience anyone.

    Brilliant hotel


    Just returned from two weeks at this hotel. Fantastic location and excellent service. The rooms were clean and tidy, very large with the biggest double beds I have ever seen.

    Fantastic resort hotel


    excellent atmosphere like 1001 nights but high standing with excellent smiling service. Possibility of 8 restaurants, most of them la carte specialities like thai, lebanen, fish, italian food...

    Junior suite is much better for little extra option

    But: no fitness center and no spa center. And one of the beach restaurant has bad service (you have to fill drinks by yourself at the bar, what a pity!!)

    TripAdvisor Reviews The Grand Makadi Hurghada

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent