PrimaSol Ali Baba Palace
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPrimaSol Ali Baba Palace Hurghada
We were on an all inclusive deal. The room was large, had cable TV but reception was poor. The food was good, although I think after a week you'd get a bit bored! The pool was large but chilly, the sea was warmer. The adjacent hotel Aladdin had better evening entertainment and drinks were free until 11pm at their disco, but only till 10pm at Ali Ba Ba, hence a lack of guests and atmosphere later in the evening. But all in all an enjoyable stay.
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