Hotel Prima Rehana
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... trop beau, et bien sur les ominpresentes rascasses volantes..
Enfin diner, poisson encore mais le chef me fait du poulet, internet, lecture et dodo.. Mauvaise nuit car la clim est coupee pour la nuit dans le salon... Et dehors il pele et c'est humide sans couverture...
Demain lever a 4h30....
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... mode. Sunning myself on deck with a full belly and full day of diving, this is hard to beat. I also met a nice girl from Belgium and I a guy from Malaysia both on a short holiday, but we had some interesting talks about US and world politics. The opinions of people from around the world are great to hear to get an international perspective on the US. The next day I run a very similar course, except a girl who I had met ...
... Je m'execute et ils ont l'air super contents du resultat. Donc Gyorgy guide son groupe et moi je gere mes espagnols. Superbe plongee a Shark et Yolanda Reef, tout le monde resort enchante. Dave avec ses etudiants a vu un petit tresher shark, renard des mers, puis Georgy m'a laisse le groupe pour le voir aussi. Je suis un peu vert de pas l'avoir vu mais bon j'en ai vu a Malapascua... Sur le bateau Gyorgy me met en garde avec Jovina, la petite serbe, car il est sur qu'elle ...
... while. That that is how it should be, and thinks that cheating is the most unimaginable thing in the whole world. Sweet. My in. Of course the question is returned and I don't hold back nor hesitate but lay it on thick. "I told you I have a boyfriend, I love him very much, and miss him even more." I tell him how I will spend the rest of my life with him, and how amazing he is to me. Everything and more than I ever could want or dare to ask for.
The difference observed was ...
... oldest Christian monasteries in the world, sit sat the foot of the mountain preserving the second largest collection of early manuscripts next to the Vatican Library. In fact it even contains a document purportedly signed by the Prophet Muhammad called the Charter of Privileges promising the monastery Muhammad’s protection.
Founded in 527 by Emperor St. Justinian the Great, the monastery encloses ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Prima Rehana Sharm El-Sheikh
A TripAdvisor Member, from Brighton, England posted an adverse report in June 2005 concerning this Hotel entitled AWFUL! AWFUL! AWFUL!.
We have just arrived home from staying at the hotel Prima Rehana in Sharm el Sheikh. We made some very good friends and we have returned home with some wonderfull memories.
After a 48 hour journey to the Prima Rehana (please please please AVOID Odyssey Holidays and especially Excel Airways - outbound flight was delayed 24 hours with barely an apology and certainly no compensation!), first impressions of the hotel were lovely. It is very modern and clean, but then most hotels are in Sharm. Rooms were spotless throughout the whole stay, although the cleaner did ask for a tip as we were leaving!
Just returned from an amazing week at the Prima Rehana, we are a family of four and found the hotel to be much better than expected.
We have just returned from the Prima Rehana, our party of 7 ranged from ages 11 to 61. The hotel was clean and well maintained. The staff were helpful and friendly, admittedly we gave small tips at the end of each day but a £2 tip got excellent service. Our waiter found us to bring drinks, both in the evening and round the pool, so we never had to queue. They seem to have sorted the problem with the size of the glasses, a vodka and lemonade came in a half pint glass, although they do just rinse them under the tap to wash them up. The rooms were a good size, a hairdryer would have been nice though. We didn't have a problem with the food, if the children didn't fancy what was on offer they went to the pasta station. There weren't many british families but this wasn't a problem for us. Our Olympic rep disappeared on holiday half way through our week without arranging any cover, this meant we had to phone the emergency number to arrange excursions and to find out our departure time, this was the only downside to our holiday.
On arrival at the hotel, we had private meal as we arrived late. Flight on time. Bread, cold meat, cheese and salad with a dessert. Fruit available also.
Dont go if your English
We have just returned from the Prima. The hotel was in lovely grounds with the rooms clean and acceptable. But not the 4* plus.Itis Mostly Russians and Dutch. Of the 6 English families there at the same time as us 4 famillies had stomache problems ( 2 had to visit the doctor)The food will DEfINATELY make you ill if you are English.Staff are helpful, but some are only waiting for a tip.Cosidering its all-inclusive there are lots of things that have to be paid for e.g ice-cream,cappuchinno and chips.I wouldnt rate this hotel as anything like a 4* (no kettle in room) more like a 2-3* Also had a 24 hour delay home booked with Odyssey Never again.
this hotel may be 4half star to eastern block punters who shout vodka at 1130am and then proceed to get drunk but being careful to hang on to there glasses as once its gone its gone the dutch would enjoy it as they had someone to talk to in there own language 70% dutch 29% russian 4 english couples. when going for a hot cola oh yes the coke machine stopped working we got two one swallow at the bar small glass one one swallow on the sun bed glass two. towels easy hand in your towel cards get two towels half hour wait mister half hour later the same answer so at night in the room two towels hanging on the balcony and two shiny glasses washed by my own fair hand ready for the entertainment thats all i have to say on that on a harsher note give this hotel a big miss the bar staff round the pool ber very ignorant food very poor not all inc to much to pay for added extras if rating this hotel having been in other 4 stars in egypt 2 3 star depending on what you want final tip DONT BOOK WITH ODYESSY OR OLYMPIC terrible
after 24hr delay we arrived here. nice room ex air con,great pool.Food awful,after one week,we were all ill.Entertainment,all i can say is they did their best. If you go all inc, make sure you still take plenty of money,the only decent food, is the food you pay for.we had a 13yr old with us who didnt like the food. If you want chips or icecream you have to pay.One pound for one scoop of icecream,one pound fifty for a plate of chips.Drinks are in small glasses that they dont wash.If you get a large glass, take it to your room and wash it yourself.We spoke to the manager,who simply smiled and said have a nice day.All in all a bad holiday,we would never go again.If you go to egypt, make sure your hotel is in naama bay,more to offer.Dont travel with odyssey we had a 18hr delay home as well.
Stayed here for 9 days out of 14,before finally getting moved.Oddysey brochure gives this 4.5* which is just outrageous,as I would give it 2*--3*if I was feeling really generous.Hardly any Brits stay here,those that do are appalled and sick as a dog,mostly eastern bloc guests,who of course think it is actually 4+*.Service terrible,food abyssmal-and considering that it is an all-inc.resort you would be amazed of how many things you have to pay extra for,so if you are going to stay here be sure to take plenty of cash!!A couple of good points were the rooms-brilliant air-con,and lovely pool but thats it.We were moved to the Pyramisa for the last 5 days,which has taken a bit of a bashing on this site,but honestly-after our "4.5*"experience at the rehana,the 4*Pyramisa seemed like a 6*!!!!!I think customer service is going to be terrible wherever you go,and you will always encounter the half-full plastic cup of beer,no ice,no cocktails-if you are going specifically for diving then fine,but if its an all-inc your after with gorgeous food,yummy beaches,excellent service and a romantic break then pay the few quid and go carribean(preferably sandals)or stick to Greece!!!