Jaz Dar El Madina

Address: Madinat Coraya, Marsa Alam, Red Sea and Sinai, Egypt | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Madinat Coraya, Marsa Alam, is near St. Catherine's Monastery, La Strada Shopping Center, Ras Mohommed National Park, and Victoria Wharf.
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          • Tennis Court
          • Kids pool
          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Outdoor pool
          • Beach
          • Fitness/Health center


          • High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
          • High-speed internet in room
          • Non-smoking rooms
          • Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
          • Free parking
          • Family rooms


          • Suites


          • Drycleaning onsite
          • Multilingual staff
          • Laundry facilities (self serve)
          • Concierge desk
          • Room service
          • Business Services
          • Kids activities or Babysitting
          • Laundry
          • Meal plan

          TripAdvisor Reviews Jaz Dar El Madina Marsa Alam

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Marsa Alam

          Valley of the Kings - and more temples...

          A travel blog entry by undertone on Oct 15, 2015

          4 photos

          Today was our second day in Luxor and another early start as we had breakfast at 6 and were away from the hotel by about 7.15am to get to the Valley of the Kings before the temperatures got too fierce later in the day. We arrived about 8.45 and visited three of the tombs (Rameses 3,4 and 9 out of interest). No relics in there just the decoration and in one (no.4) the burial chamber. A really ...

          Temples - but not of doom...

          A travel blog entry by undertone on Oct 14, 2015

          5 photos

          We arrived in the Egyptian port of Safaga at about 4.30 am and had another very early start as we had to be on the road to Luxor by 7 am. It was a three and a half hour drive and showed Egypt to be to be quite a poor country with a standard of living well below what NZer's would consider usual or normal and presenting challenges that we couldn't contemplate from a lack of basic hygiene to donkeys for transport, to huge unemployment and a once thriving tourist ...

          Safaga , Valley of the Kings and the Luxor Temple

          A travel blog entry by jilly56 on Apr 13, 2015

          30 photos

          ... was not discovered again until an American called Carter found it after 13 years of searching. He actually worked right above it but it had been well hidden. One of his workers found it accidentally! We board the bus for a half hour trip through Luxor to the Luxor Temple. It is a smallish city - again absolutely filthy with rubbish piled up everywhere. The traffic is busy and interspersed with people riding donkeys or in small carts pulled by donkeys. The temple is ...

          Columbo Sri Lanka to Eygpt

          A travel blog entry by jilly56 on Apr 10, 2015

          13 photos

          ... on the TV in the cabins. There is lots going on each day so no need to be bored. I think it will certainly be a lifetime trip with so many wonderful memories - and we haven't even reached Gallipoli yet! Once we reached Yemen in the Gulf of Aden we went onto the Red Sea. I was not expecting it to be so large! Really just like a large ocean. We finally saw a few ships heading up to the Suez etc. This was the windiest and roughest sea we have seen. And it's not ...

          We learn of Egypt, Old and New

          A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Jan 23, 2015

          8 photos

          ... red crown and was symbolized by papyrus and the cobra. Memphis was the first capital of unified Egypt -- and a unified white and red crown was worn by the Pharaohs that ruled it and it was symbolized by a sun disk with 2 wings and 2 cobras. The capital of unified Egypt was moved to Luxor about 2100 BC and stayed there until Alexander the Great built Alexandria around 300 BC.

          Our first stop in Luxor was on the east side (the side for the living) of the Nile, Karnak ...