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Dreams Beach Resort Marsa Alam

35 Km North Of Marsa Alam Airport, El Quseir, Marsa Alam 84712 Egypt
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#9 of 13 hotels in El Quseir
Property amenities
Free parking
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Free breakfast
Paid wifi
Infinity pool
Adult pool
Indoor pool
Outdoor pool
Heated pool
Bar / lounge
Breakfast buffet
Snack bar
Poolside bar
Horseback riding
Evening entertainment
Table tennis
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Airport transportation
Shuttle bus service
Meeting rooms
Baggage storage
Currency exchange
Gift shop
Sun loungers / beach chairs
Sun umbrellas
24-hour front desk
Dry cleaning
Laundry service
Ironing service
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Room features
Air conditioning
Private beach
Room service
Room types
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Languages Spoken
English, Russian, Arabic, German and 1 more


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35 Km North Of Marsa Alam Airport, El Quseir, Marsa Alam 84712 Egypt
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grendel080866 wrote a review Nov 2019
Cleethorpes, United Kingdom58 contributions44 helpful votes
I chose this hotel in March after considering all the information on this and other hotels . I chose this one as there were several different restaurants and bars and also because it had snacks available as well as the buffet restaurant . I like to vary it and not eat in the same place all the time . We often just like a snack at lunch time . I visited here with my husband in November . We were shown to our room which was good large with a decent view and a decent enough bathroom . I expect to tip but didn’t like the fact that the staff wasn’t going to leave until he got one . Our cases ,just little hand luggage cases , were brought up by another guy who again wanted and asked for a tip . It was late at night when we arrived and hadn’t yet had chance to get ant currency changed. We hadn’t been left the two bottles of water that was advertised and as we were desperate for a drink after our long journey I went to reception to ask. After being asked ten times if I was sure we hadn’t been left any he finally agreed to provide them. I felt as if I was doing something wrong . Our room cleaner was very good and polite . The air on was stuck on 26* and it was hot . But despite reporting it numerous times nothing got done about it . I tried to book the Italian restaurant ,for our allowed one visit , the next morning for in four dAys time but told it was full. I complained at reception saying it was the first opportunity for us to book and it was one of the reasons I’d chosen the hotel . The manager was called and after phone calls and lots of discussion they said I could go back to the Italian and book . Even after all this the Italian manager was very rude and said it didn’t matter what reception had said I couldn’t book . We did manage to book the grill night restaurant which was nice. The only place to eat apart from one night was the buffet restaurant . The food was ok most of the time but was a bit repetitive and if you didn’t get in there as soon as it opened nothing got topped up so if you wanted to eat later in the opening times there was nothing left hardly . The restaurant staff were very nice . There were no snacks at the beach bar at all in fact the only snack was pancakes for one hour every day. The all inclusive drinks were ok , from the beach and pool bars in the day and just the lobby bar at night. The lobby bar staff were quite rude and often had arguments in front of guests . The hotel did have some nice areas, but non of them , such as the advertised Bedouin tent , beach tent, pergola bar , romantic tent tennis courts etc were open . I understand it is a quiet time but nowhere was it said when I booked it said this was seasonal. The pool area is nice as is the pool. The seawater garden lagoon would be nice but it was dirty and green. The beach is nice , quite small if there a lot of guests but clean . The beach staff and beach bar staff and towel staff were great very friendly and helpful. We tried to change money at reception but he could only change us £20 so useless. The luggage man did approach us for his tip more than once during our weeks stay , I found this quite intimidating . We do tip usually at the end of our holiday I don’t need pestering during my stay . The general areas of the hotel were well enough kept but all needed just a bit of updating. A massive problem for us was the amount of smokers even whilst we were eating . The no smoking bit is inside a small area so if you wanted to sit outside , either in the restaurant or bar you got totally smoked out. We were the only two English in the hotel so the entertainment did not cater for us at all . it was all in German so we couldn’t understand any of it . It was very poor except for the Egyptian night .it wasn’t possible to go outside the hotel without a long taxi ride as is was totally isolated . We didn’t expect the hotel to be five star but we did expect it to be as described with everything open . It is more like 2* . We wouldn’t go again . There are much nicer hotels in Egypt . The hotel need to improve massively and put more effort in if they want you to be their guest .
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Date of stay: November 2019
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hattoom wrote a review Sep 2019
Cairo, Egypt5 contributions2 helpful votes
Very poor, low quality for every detail considering that it is 5 stars hotel. The only 2 good things are the swimming pools and the staff fast response. Otherwise the food quality is poor, AC in the lobby and restaurant is very very very bad, the beach is rocky so you cannot swim there, no facilities for the kids except the animation show which is less than one hour for kids daily and the room furniture is poor and old.
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
Kevinmb1980 wrote a review Sep 2019
Duffield, United Kingdom4 contributions
This hotel is absolutely terrible and we had to leave and pay extra £2,000 to stay elsewhere after 2 nights of our holiday. I have an extremely long list of both moderate and serious level complaints. We are just in the process of beginning legal action against our tour operator. A non-exhaustive summary of our complaints are as follows: 1. Air conditioning in room not working - stuck on 30 degrees. 2. Room safe not working (this was resolved) 3. Excess mold around bath seals and no bath plug. 4. Sun loungers were broken, but attendant kept insisting that they were OK for the children - no sun lounger for most of the day as a result 5. Many broken tiles, grilles and vents around the pool, which looked a mess and many cut feet 6. This is meant to be a 5 star all inclusive, yet most drinks are excluded and charged additionally at excessive charges and most drinks are unavailable anyway. I have a better stocked bar at home. The water dispensers were not kept topped up. 7. The buffet restaurant food was absolute slop, and with condensation dripping from the extractors onto the food continually 8. The late night buffet was 4x basic salad dishes and I had to ask several times to get a set of tongs to serve the food with - when it arrived they provided one set for the whole buffet 9. Smoking was permitted in all areas of the hotel which smelled as a result (including the bars and restaurants) - this is not normal even in Egypt and was not the case at the Brayka Beach Resort where we moved to 10. The beds are horrendously hard and they provide singles not doubles 11. There is an abject shortage of places to eat and drink - this is not 5* facilities - do not be seduced by the pools - they do have some nice big pools but they are not well maintained and the water feature ponds are very heavily mossed. 12. Building site next door I will add to the post and upload some photographs when I have chance, and shall keep updating on our action against our tour operator. I am not pleased that this hotel is advertised as a 5* because other than the pools, there are no 5* facilities here, and added to which a number of the issues would not be acceptable in any hotel, regardless of the star rating. This hotel needs a serious overhaul and quickly, and really should not be selling holidays at all until they have resolved their more serious issues. We moved to Royal Brayka Beach which was not perfect, but many times better than this. We are not fussy travellers, and have travelled throughout Asia, Africa and Central America, yet I have made almost no negative reviews as I usually am able to accept most conditions, but this hotel is very wrong. It is not what is advertised. I have warned you!!
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Date of stay: August 2019
Jon Hall wrote a review Jul 2019
Coventry, United Kingdom33 contributions17 helpful votes
To start definitely not a 5 star, at best a borderline 3 star in desperate need of a full refurbishment. Most of the activities did not happen, resources did not exist or way beyond repair. Staff were rude and us feel the lowest of the low. Food was poor and the same selection daily. The a la Carter restaurants were set menu. No description/choice and poorly cooked, I was served RAW fish!! In the evening, only bar for whole resort so you can guess the chaos!! The hotel seems to be having certain issues, just filling beds with Egytian guests and catering for their needs only! It had gotten so bad that during my stay the associated dive school packed up and moved out with 48 hours. Shame as it was straight onto a house reef! So to summarise, stay elsewhere!!
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Date of stay: July 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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walkfree wrote a review Jul 2019
Arvada, Colorado218 contributions60 helpful votes
We only stayed here one night on our way to get on a live-aboard dive boat. I expected it to be in Marsa Alam but its about 35 minutes from the airiport so you won't really get to see Marsa Alam. Our room was on the third floor and since there's no elevator we had to get all our dive gear and other luggage up three flights of stairs but that wasn't that bad. The staff helped, of course. The room was very roomy with a little balcony looking out over the pool. Downside, had to let the water run in the shower about 10 minutes to get hot water. Room was clean. The food was pretty good - a lot of variety. Since it was all inclusive the beer, wine and local liquor was included. They serve in small glasses. The staff was pleasant and helpful. They have locked luggage storage. Couldn't exchange money. Rated as a 4 star is probably closer to 3 but a pretty good 3 star. Get a room where the sun is behind the room when it sets not beating down on the balcony and your room.Upper floors toward end of hallway probably have better view of the Red Sea. There are several nice pools
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Date of stay: May 2019
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: Upper floor at end of hallway, balcony facing east.
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USD 47 - USD 121 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Dreams Beach Resort Marsa Alam
What are some of the property amenities at Dreams Beach Resort Marsa Alam?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an indoor pool, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Dreams Beach Resort Marsa Alam?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Dreams Beach Resort Marsa Alam?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Dreams Beach Resort Marsa Alam?
Yes, guests have access to an indoor pool, a fitness centre, and a sauna during their stay.
Does Dreams Beach Resort Marsa Alam have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Dreams Beach Resort Marsa Alam offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are any cleaning services offered at Dreams Beach Resort Marsa Alam?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Dreams Beach Resort Marsa Alam?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, German, Italian, Russian, and Arabic.
Does Dreams Beach Resort Marsa Alam have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the lagoon view available here.
Is Dreams Beach Resort Marsa Alam accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.