Jaz Mirabel Park
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11/11/2013 - Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt
We took the taxi(or limo) to Na'ama Bay. The limo service dropped us off at a "friends" store so that we could have a place to call when we wanted to go back to the ship. Of course, they wanted us to spend our money at the store on knock-off t-shirts of the Hard Rock Cafe, or oils/perfumes , or whatever. We did ...
... m posting the video - it's bumpy because of the bus and because I'm not great with video, but you can just listen if you're interested. At about 12:20 in the video you can see our military guard chase off a vehicle they felt was too close to our bus.
About halfway through our journey we stop at a convenience store (the Israelites would have loved that!) and Bruce and I buy Cokes for our military guards. Turns out they can't accept them because it could be seen ...
... in Naama Bay. Hamdy, my favourite waiter, served me soup and bread and we joked around a bit. His final conclusion was that J is a very lucky man (and who am I to argue?). The next day it was time for some more diving. We took the boat near Tiran Island this time. We did a drift dive at Woodhouse Reef and dove at the incredible Jackson Reef. Due to the current we couldn't go all the way to the drop off point and so I'm sorry to say that the only shark I've ...
... lunch everyone was still hanging a bit so we all headed back to the salvation of our airconditioned rooms for a siesta. A quick snorkel again off the beach and it was time for dinner. This time it was "International Night" but signified by an EU flag - go figure???
After yesterdays performance it was time for an early night not to mention the fact that we needed to be up at 3.30am for quad biking...
... active, almost noisy service.
The exterior doors of the sanctuary are wooden, showcasing beautiful geometric designs with ivory inlay and tiny crosses. A poster outside the sanctuary shows the path the Holy Family took through Egypt. We walk past the Church of St. Sergius, which is supposedly built over a cave where the Holy Family took refuge. Here, too, is a Mass in progress ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Jaz Mirabel Park Sharm El-Sheikh
Nous venons de rentrer de l'hôtel Jae Mirable Park, c'était génial, le personnel est aux petits soins pour vous, ils sont souriants et plaisantent avec vous à longueur de journée, et ils adorent l'humour anglais, donc on peut plaisanter avec eux, ils en redemandent. C'est un immense complexe, qui possède cinq piscines, ne manquez pas de faire les toboggans, c'est très amusant. Thomson propose une excursion à 44 € sur un merveilleux bateau qui vous emmène directement faire en Mer Rouge faire de la plongée, on passe une merveilleuse journée, le déjeuner est bon et les gars qui s'occupent du bateau sont très drôles, c'est une journée bien remplie et le bateau est très luxueux, bref, une excursion à ne pas manquer. Je leur donne 8/10 pour les repas (pour les desserts qui sont très bons), 7/10 pour la propreté dans les chambres, quant à la décoration de la réception principale, elle est vraiment trop belle, 20/10. Là-bas il fait très chaud, le 23 avril 08, il faisait 46° . Profitez bien de votre séjour à cet hôtel!
We visited this hotel for a week as part of an all-inclusive Thompson package. It was our first time in Egypt so we decided to pay a little extra to get a better standard of hotel and we were not disappointed.
Loving the Jaz Mirabel Park Resort
Just returned from a wekk at the Jaz Mirabel Park, and would go back tomorrow given the chance.
Arrived at hotel and after going through the security gate got the wow factor from the beatiful reception area, cases taken to room for us by bell boy (Hassan), arrived 5 mins later, no probs.
Food good in the Flooka restaurant, and poolside snack bar, excellent services by all staff.
Weather brill didn't see a cloud in week!
Water slides great 5 of them open for 10-12 and 2-5 each day, loads of fun.
Only gripe the vodka was evil! but had to use the beer instead which was either stella or luxor.
Would got back in a hearbeat if i could!
Séjour Hotel Mirabel Park Sharm El Sheikh
Très agréable séjour en famille. Il est très difficile de trouver des aspects négatifs à cet hôtel situé dans un immense complexe qui en contient 3.
Le personnel est très attentif, les logements très bien entretenus et les installations au top.
Le beau temps était au rendez vous, l'eau de mer relativement chaude et par conséquent il était difficile de sortir de l'hôtel pour visiter la région mais cela valait le coup tout de même.
Seul bémol, à part le fait qu'il faille rentrer, le personnel parle peu le français, cela peut être gênant pour la clientèle uniquement rompue à notre langue.
Et puis il y a les clientèles russes et italiennes ...
We stayed at the Mirabel Park with 2 children (age 6 and 9) for 2 weeks from 13th march and had a fantastic time.
Loved the Mirabel Park
Reviewer: Val from Birmingham
This was a great value all inclusive hotel. Staff are wonderful - very attentive (especially to good tippers). Tipping is a way of life in Egypt - we tipped about £5 per day and got more than everything we wanted. Being all inclusive and nothing much outside hotel to spend money on, it turned out to be very economical.
We have just spent 1 very hot (44 degrees) week at Jaz Mirabel Club Hotel which we found wonderful. Although all the reviews seems to be about the Beach & Park hotel the Club doesnt seem to be mentioned. Although the Beach is the larger hotel we felt the Club had more of a personal service approach where at the Beach you are just a number.
We stayed at the Jaz Mirabel Park from the 2nd March to the 9th March 2008 and found the hotel to be lovely.
Just come back from a week at the mirabel park and would recomend it to anybody.its split into 3 resorts with the mirabel beach being the top part although as the pools area was so noisy with music all day from the hotel "animators" i prefered the park resort.no problems rooms all clean grounds and pool well tended with loads of friendly staff.food was allot better than we expected although if we were there for 2 weeks i would have got bored.only negative realy was that there was nowhere to walk to on an evening but if you want to go into town there are loads of taxis at the entrance.do make sure you negotiate a price BEFORE you get in as you will get ripped off if not,were told not to use the people carrier taxis as they are unsafe but only what im told.if your in narma bay or the old town make sure that before you sit down anywhere for a drink of food that you either get a price list or get a price 1st we got charged 26quid for six flat halfs.and look at the bottom of the menu as some places will whack on upto 25% tax and service charges.The best things we did were snorkeling on a day trip and the quad bike trip which we all really enjoyed,even my wife loved it and she has never drove 1 before and was well scared.All in all go and enjoy it for what it is-a cheap winter break to another culture and the best weather without going miles further.hope this is useful,any questions just let me know.