Taba Heights Marriott Red Sea Resort

Address: Taba and Nuweiba Highway South Sinai, Taba, Red Sea and Sinai, 46621, Egypt | 5 star resort
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This 5 star resort, located on Taba and Nuweiba Highway South Sinai, Taba, is near Temple of Kom Ombo, Temple of Horus, Castle Zaman, and Red Sea Water World Taba Heights.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Beach
          • Fitness/Health center
          • Bar/lounge


          • Adjoining Rooms
          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking


          • Suites


          • Room service
          • TV Channel One Russia
          • Continental Breakfast
          • Business Services
          • Kids activities or Babysitting

          TripAdvisor Reviews Taba Heights Marriott Red Sea Resort

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Taba

          Hi-jinks in JORDAN

          A travel blog entry by johnnoonan on May 07, 2014

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          ... I walked on down for atleastanother 2-3klms into this incredible place where once 35,000 people thrived in a modern city eons' ago where once 35,000 of people lived for hundred of years. Coming back out we had a very pleasant lunch in the village, took in the local markets, and then the long, long bus ride past nothing but moonscape for the next2 hrs, 10.5 hrs in total, but an experience nonetheless not ...

          Camels at Sunrise

          A travel blog entry by gregd999 on Jan 02, 2014

          7 photos

          ... 600AD when Mohammed offered an alliance with the Christians living in the region, and everybody lived in harmony in the town which was then called Ayla. We explored the ruins near the sea shore, in what was a very modest sized settlement - about the size of a football field, and a major stopping point for pilgrims going to Mecca.

          We then saw the second main cultural influence at the Aqaba Castle, again in ruins, which was where the Hashemite's established their city just around ...

          Exploring Aqaba

          A travel blog entry by scotbig2 on May 14, 2013

          21 photos

          ... and one of the places I always wished I could go to. I was told that with my immobility I wouldn't be able to make it up there so we just opted to go and take a city tour of Aqaba instead, sigh! Friends went to Petra and showed me their pictures and it was a beautiful sight to see...only wish I could've. Kent didn't want to go without me this time.

          I purposed in my mind to make sure I tried to ...

          A Really Really Long Boat Ride to Jordan

          A travel blog entry by luckshmy.subash on Aug 05, 2012

          8 photos

          ... 15 minute walk and most of us had Shwarma. Lucky tired a refreshing drink called Lemon Mint juice. During dinner Nolan was exhausted and he fell asleep on the table but luckily Sophie and Daniel caught a cab and gave a ride to Nolan. As for the rest of us we walked back to the hotel which was a slightly longer walk. By the time went to bed it was 1am and sleep was interrupted as we heard the prayers at 3am and then regular intervals after that. It was an interesting start to Jordan. ...

          More Flashbacks from the 90's

          A travel blog entry by karl.and.kat on Oct 20, 2011

          6 photos

          ... s amazing.

          [Kat: Local food, again, is very, very cheap – even in fancy restaurants, if you stuck with falafel, hummus, bread and veggies (for two people) it would cost around $5 Canadian.]

          Kat and I had to get a ferry ticket to cross the Gulf of Aqaba to get to Nuwebia, Egypt. The one company that runs ferries is called AB Maritime- a joint venture between the governments of Jordan, Egypt and Iraq(?). There is a large slow ferry that the locals use and ...