Iberotel Lamaya Resort

Address: P.O. Box 5, Gorayfat Bay, Marsa Alam, Red Sea and Sinai, Egypt | 5 star resort
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This 5 star resort, located on P.O. Box 5, Gorayfat Bay, Marsa Alam, is near St. Catherine's Monastery, La Strada Shopping Center, Ras Mohommed National Park, and Victoria Wharf.
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          • Swimming pool
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          • Fitness/Health center

          TripAdvisor Reviews Iberotel Lamaya Resort 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

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          ... we were starting to get a dose of the ABT's (another bloody temple) by that stage and combined with the slow moving nature of some of our fellow travellers and the heat meant we were glad to get back to the bus. Getting really hot by this stage and after a stop at some other Sphinx like statues it was back to the hotel to have a shower, get some lunch and check out before the three and a half ...

          Temples - but not of doom...

          A travel blog entry by undertone on Oct 14, 2015

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          ... over recent years. We arrived at the Karnak temple which is absolutely huge and awe inspiring. Our tour of that site took about two hours in quite overwhelming heat (about 35 deg) and we were glad to get back to the air conditioned bus for the short trip to our lunch venue. After a short break it was off to the Luxor temple which is right in the middle of Luxor and slightly (in our view anyway) less impressive than Karnak. Well worth seeing though and the extent of the ...

          Safaga , Valley of the Kings and the Luxor Temple

          A travel blog entry by jilly56 on Apr 13, 2015

          30 photos

          ... founded between 282BC and 268BC and was originally called Philotera, in honour of the deceased sister of Pharaoh Ptolomy II Philadelphus and was a very important merchant port for many years. Nowadays it is an important tourist resort famous for white sand beaches and mineral springs. For us looking at the port from the ship it is very messy! Lots of broken stone and dirt and beyond the desert. The beachfront is a fair way from us and we won't get to see the White ...

          Columbo Sri Lanka to Eygpt

          A travel blog entry by jilly56 on Apr 10, 2015

          13 photos

          ... the Italian crew have never seen people drink so much and at one stage it was thought the beer was running out! That may have been a good thing! You should have seen the Heineken kegs being offloaded in Columbo! Thankfully the majority of us are just polite social drinkers. Some people just give Aussies a bad name - very sad when a lot of them are middle aged. For many it is a first cruise and a first time overseas! There are a lot of families on ...

          We learn of Egypt, Old and New

          A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Jan 23, 2015

          8 photos

          ... other mixed up with another group of 10 with Ramses Tours on our ship -- which was fine. We were on the second bus and our guide was Mostafa. He was a very knowledgeable young man and he told us much about life in Egypt now, as well as its ancient history.

          Here is what we learned about modern Egypt on the ride to Luxor:

          Safaga is an industrial port town, known for its production of phosphorus and aluminum. The Red Sea was so named because it reflected ...