Jaz Crystal Resort
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The Jaz Crystal Resort is located on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea in a small, north coast harbor town. Guests rave about the stunning views of the white sand beach and bright blue waters. Guests enjoy access to four miles of private beach and a pristine swimming pool. Regularly praised by guests for its family-friendly amenities, the resort even has a pool just for kids. A Kids Club also offers supervised activities for children so parents can enjoy quite time alone.
The sprawling resort offers easy access to ten retail outlets, an amphitheater that shows live music and cabaret shows, and a health club and wellness center. Room service is available all day and night, so you can enjoy a meal or snack from the comfort of your own room at any time. A free breakfast is available to start every morning right.
Guests praise the guest rooms for being comfortable and pristine. Amenities include a mini bar, tea and coffee making facilities, satellite television, and luxurious bathrooms with showers and bathtubs. Whether you're enjoying a live show, getting a massage at the health club, or picking up souvenirs at the shops, this location offers everything you'll need. Satisfied guests praise the Jaz Crystal as being one of the best resorts in Egypt.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Mersa Matruh
... us out of the darkness, and started barking some Arabic at us, we were clueless, and we tried to demonstrate that we wanted to camp. The next thing the one guy pulled out a gun and we almost had a heart attack after the day we had already had. He was hotel security, and didn't want us camping near the resort, so we abruptly checked into the resort hotel..... 5 star! We did not care at this point and it was such a treat!
... emergency on the way to Marsa Matruh. We got a flat tire. It took over an hour to get it changed and a replacement tire. Most of the time was bargaining for the tire. Our driver had to leave the facility several times before they settled on a price.
We were supposed to stay in Cairo tonight and then drive to Siwa tomorrow morning. It didn’t make sense, so Salma found a cheap summer flat for $20 a night on ...
... be back in Cairo for our 4am flight to Rome. The rest were going to stay through Monday.) The town was too dead, and the weather was just not quite warm enough to hang out on the beaches all day. We went into town for breakfast (fuul and falafel again - still good!) and tea. Got some beer for the drive home then headed back to Cairo. By the time we got to Cairo I was fading again. We ...
... was even a lion cub waiting on a table for our arrival! Possibly the best thing was the toilets though. We paid heavily in tips just for paying a visit though which was only adding to my annoyance with this policy of having to tip for absolutely everything, no matter how big or small. After a couple of falafel sandwiches, we were on our way to El Alamein for about 11.30.
Our trip there started off interesting enough as it was the first ...
... we got to the section on Allied troops there was a huge organisational chart that showed the different battalions of each allied regiment and it mentioned the 2/48th which was Uncle Laurie's battalion. There were also some letters on display from someone in that battalion and it reminded me of Uncle Laurie's letters from back home. Outside the museum were various tanks, planes and anti-aircraft weapons which was really interesting. After the museum we went ...