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Stella Di Mare Gardens Resort & Spa

Km 32 Safaga Road Makadi, Red Sea, Egypt, Baie de Makadi, Hurghada 84945 Égypte
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Ben H a écrit un avis (Hier)
Basingstoke9 contributions10 votes utiles
Just returned from a great week at Stella Gardens. Firstly the hotel is very nice, great lobby area and very easy to find the key areas such as the restaurant and main bar. When we arrived we were driven to our rooms so it took a while to find our way around the resort however after a day this became much easier. Rooms - We had booked a standard double room however on arrival there was two large single beds or small doubles depending on what you’re used to but this wasn’t too much of an issue. I’ve stayed at a few all inclusive resorts around the world and these rooms were as good as any. Very clean, powerful shower and comfy beds. The cleaner was fantastic and surprised us with creative towel arrangements on a few occasions. Pools - We mostly used the slides pool which was lovely, opened at 8am every day with the slides opening at 10am along with the swim up bar. The staff around the pool are brilliant particularly Abu and the guys that give out the sun bed and towels. Food - the main food hall was ok, different themes each night however a lot of the choices were the same although tasty. My wife is gluten intolerant and had a real struggle at first to communicate this as every little placard for the food said it contained wheat, which wasn’t the case, however the head chef did his best to explain what she could eat. My only criticism of the food would be lack of fruit options… figs, oranges and an apple/pear fruit salad everyday. Beach - this was what turned the resort from good to great… a long jetty off the beach leading to some spectacular snorkelling over a huge variety of coral. Hundreds of different fish and we even saw sting-rays, puffer fish and eels. You can see plenty of fish and coral just walking along the jetty also. Really breathtaking stuff. Entertainment- there is a good animation team at Stella Gardens and although they ask you to get involved with the days activities, they are not overly pushy and will move on if you say no thank you. The only criticism here would be lack of top quality entertainment in the evening. Would be great to see more variety such as show groups from elsewhere. Overall I would highly recommend Stella Gardens and would definitely visit again.
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Date du séjour : avril 2024Type de voyage : A voyagé en famille
Conseil sur les chambres : This time of year pool and beach is open from 8am until sunset (about 1800) Take plenty of cash...
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Dominika B a écrit un avis (Hier)
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We were here for the second time, this was also great. Hotel is clean, great views and pretty nature. Animation team is really friendly but not intrusive. Daily activities are a great way to spend time. We had a particularly nice time with Marta. Overall, a hotel worth recommending.
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Date du séjour : avril 2024Type de voyage : A voyagé en famille
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Daydream52128810347 a écrit un avis (Hier)
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Отель большой, есть где прогуляться, до моря пешком минут 10-15 спокойным шагом, в принципе быстро, каждые 10 минут ходит автобус до моря, что тоже плюс Еда практически одна и та же, да вроде выбор большой, по по факту его нет, морепродукты пресные, многая еда не соленая Станаканы под алкоголь у бассейна многоразовые, что не есть хорошо🥲 номера в принципе опрятные, немного обшарпанные, но полы при заезде были грязнющие, воды в номере нет, чтобы ее получить, лучше звонить из номера, но принесут не сразу, нам часа через два принесли, на ресепшен запрашивали воду, так ничего не прислали, «убирались каждый день» но каждый раз какая то проблема была, то пришли когда мы спали еще, то полотенца старые забрали, и дали только один комплект на двоих, с наплывом гостей, ресепшен не справлялся
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Date du séjour : avril 2024Type de voyage : A voyagé avec des amis
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LizofLewes a écrit un avis (Hier)
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LOCATION: Transfer time from Hurghada airport was 30-40 minutes. Makadi Bay comprises mainly hotel complexes, many of which are attached to a private beach. The “sister hotel” Stella Makadi Beach Resort leads straight onto the beach and this hotel is set slightly further inland. Residents of the two hotels have different wristbands and can use some of the facilities at the sister hotel. It takes about 10 minutes to walk from the centre of the Stella Gardens Resort to the beach. For those who prefer it, a shuttle bus runs continually between the hotel entrances and the beachfront area from early morning until about 11pm. ROOMS: There are about 700 rooms in the hotel, but they are set in well-designed three-storey villa-style blocks around the different pools and gardens, so it felt relatively intimate for such a large hotel. We had booked a twin room with extra bed for our teenage daughter. We were assigned a first-floor room in block 37, overlooking the heated pool. The room was a good size with a spacious bathroom – including bath, separate shower, one sink, toilet and bidet. I loved the shower – there was always hot water and it was great intensity, though it did leak a bit and we needed to use some of our towel supply each day to mop the floor. All the beds were comfortable – the twin beds were large and there was a good supply of pillows and excellent quality cotton bed linen. I felt there could have been more drawers and there were only six hangers in the wardrobe (we asked for and received more), but we did manage to find places for all our clothes and “stuff”. Our room was attended every day by the wonderful cheery Ahmed, who did much more than make the beds and clean the bathroom and floors. He tidied things we didn’t expect to be tidied and left really imaginative towel origami. The room was supplied with bottled water, tea and coffee making facilities, hand soap, shower gel, shampoo and tissues – all regularly replaced. The air conditioning was extremely efficient. FOOD AND DRINK: Our experience was inconsistent and generally not as good or varied as we had expected, though there were patches of excellence. Most meals are served buffet style in the main restaurant, which had a lovely outdoor (but netted) balcony, which was generally more chilled than inside. The balcony overlooks the main entertainment area, though, so if you’re eating after 8.30pm you will be serenaded while you are eating by the sounds of the mini disco. Breakfast highlights (in my opinion) were omelettes, cooked to order, lots of different breads, fruit salad and yoghurts and a wonderful Egyptian milky bread-based dish called Om Ali. At lunch there were some lovely mezze dishes and salads and various versions of chicken and chips along with other assorted meat dishes. There wasn’t much on offer for vegetarians at lunchtime, so the vegetarians in our party soon learned to save some falafel, cheese or boiled egg from breakfast, to store in in the room fridge and then bring back at lunchtime. The evening meal vaguely followed a schedule of different international cuisines, but this was limited to a few dishes and not all of them particularly well executed. There was a good selection of cakes and sweets, plus some fruit, on offer for dessert at lunch and dinner and some of these were really excellent, especially the baclava and other local treats. There is a small bar in the restaurant, which you can approach yourself or you can ask a waiter to bring drinks to your table. It serves the basics. You can also go to the main bar across the lobby for cocktails and other beverages and bring them back to your table. The restaurant also has a few self-serve Nescafé machines and coolers for water and juices made from apple and orange concentrates. The soft drinks available on all inclusive (AI) include Pepsi, diet Pepsi, Fanta, Sprite, and soda water. The beer is very drinkable; the wine isn’t great, but it is better than some I’ve had in Egypt. The spirits are a bit rough, but again okay. You can get premium brands and real fruit juices if you pay for them. There are four a la carte restaurants across the two hotels and if you’re staying for more than six nights you can make a booking at two of them. The choices are Italian, Indian, Chinese and Lebanese – we chose the former and the latter. You make bookings via a monitor in the reception area and you can book for sittings at 6.30pm or 8.30pm. The Italian was situated at the other hotel. The staff were very friendly and helpful. It’s a three-course meal and can be huge. Starters include salads, soups and pasta. Mains include fish, meat, pizza or other more substantial pasta dishes. Dessert is ice cream or tiramisu. The Lebanese was situated in our hotel. The staff were fun and attentive. Lots of wonderful mezze dishes and bread were on our table when we arrived. To be honest that would have been enough, but we were also asked to choose from three set menus of three courses (though it felt like we were pretty much all being persuaded to go for the mixed grill as our main course). The soup I had for my starter was delicious. The mixed grill was huge, but also tasty – I couldn’t finish it and felt really bad about that. The dessert was ice cream. The food in the Lebanese restaurant was brilliant – the best food we had all week – however, there were no main courses on the menu for vegetarians - the chef created a mixed vegetable grill on request, but this was just a few basic items – it was fine, but could have been more imaginative (eg. stuffed peppers, rather than grilled bits of pepper). One of our party has a severe dairy allergy and the chefs in all the restaurants were really attentive to this and ensured we knew what food was safe for them to eat – and on a number of occasions cooked items separately to ensure they would be free from all possible dairy contaminants. The chefs should be commended for this. If you are planning an excursion with an early start you can order a breakfast box from reception at no charge. POOLS AND POOL BARS: There are quite a few pools in the hotel and each has a different vibe. The “heated pool” is where the entertainment and action takes place and this is accompanied by loud “party” music. This clearly suited many guests, but not us. It actually drove us from our rooms, overlooking this pool, when it kicked off around 10am each day, to seek a more tranquil environment. Had we realised this when we checked in, we would have asked for rooms facing into a garden courtyard area, rather than this pool – these seemed much more peaceful. This pool includes a swim up bar. Close to the heated pool there’s a smaller “relaxing pool”. We thought that looked nice, but it didn’t seem relaxing as you could still hear the noise from the heated pool. There was hardly anyone there the day we looked at it. The next pool up is the “waves pool”. We didn’t spend any time there, but it looked fairly chilled and was frequented by families with smaller children. The waves seemed to be on a timer and started at regular intervals, whether there was anyone there or not. There’s a bar to the side of this pool. Then there’s the “slides pool”, which is where we went most of the time. There are two fairly tame water slides and part of the pool is set up to play water volleyball or water polo. There’s also an infinity pool end. This pool includes a swim up bar. There was music playing most of the time, but not too intrusive. At the top of the resort there’s a “jacuzzi pool” – we hardly saw anyone there, but it looked nice and quiet. Also there are a couple of kids pools dotted around. At the sister hotel there’s a central area with linked pools and a pool bar. You can exchange pool towels at all the main pools and at the beach. The hotel was not at full occupancy during our visit, so there were plenty of sun loungers and it was never necesary to get up early to ensure you found some. While we were there they were bringing more out in anticipation for more guests. It looked as though sun loungers would also be set in the garden areas during busier seasons to ensure that the pool areas wouldn’t get too crowded. BEACH: The beach area is amazing, though when we were there they were renewing the sand and it wasn’t lovely fine sand, but had lumps of stone and concrete in it, which I thought was a bit strange. There are plenty of comfortable sun loungers and lovely curved wind-breaks. The parasols and wind-breaks both incorporate shelves, which was really handy to keep stuff off the sand. When the tide is out you can walk out a long way through rockpools full of black brittle starfish. When the tide is in you can wade out a long way too as it’s very shallow. There is a long pier that takes you out to the man-made reef, which is a fabulous place for snorkelling. Halfway along there are steps down to a shallow swimming area, but snorkellers continue to the end where the reef spreads out in both directions. Snorkelling here is excellent, but you don’t have to snorkel to see some amazing fish. From the pier we saw loads of fish including a lion fish, a pipe fish, a sea snake, loads of rays, pufferfish, clownfish, angelfish, etc. The beach area is sometimes very peaceful, but there is loud music during beach opening hours (but not at lunchtime). You can hear music from other hotels across the bay as well as from this hotel, which we found annoying. The Sea Breeze beach restaurant and two small bars serve drinks, lunch and afternoon snacks until 5pm SPA: I booked a pair of massages from one of the sales reps on the beach. I don’t know if I got a good price, but I knew what I was prepared to pay and was happy with the deal. My first massage was in the spa on the beach. It was a decent massage, but didn’t feel personal – a bit perfunctory – following a formula. My second massage was in the Gardens spa – perhaps I was more relaxed as it was further into my holiday, but this was an awesome massage - personal, gentle, yet brutally targeted at times, and released tension in my back that I had assumed was permanent. WIFI: The free hotel WiFi only works in the reception area. You can pay for better coverage, but I think this was 20 euros for 1 device and 30 euros for 2 devices on a weekly basis. We chose to buy SIM cards at the airport instead. I went for 35GB for 11.5 euros, which I could have extended but didn’t need to. My friend did the same, but we used our SIMs in different ways. My friend carried a spare mobile phone with her – and using the Egyptian SIM this became a Bluetooth hub for her family. We had brought with us a 4G plug and play USB mobile hotspot (less than £15 on Amazon), which we used in our room, giving us excellent in room WiFi (we could stream from our Netflix account). I really liked this solution as it meant I really was uncontactable unless I was in reception or in our room – it helped me to relax. LATE CHECK OUT AND OTHER EXTRAS: Late check out was a lot easier and better value than in many other hotels I have stayed in. You need to go to reception the night before or on the morning of the day you are leaving to book this (you need to take your key card(s) to get these re-programmed to give you later access to your room), but the hotel has a very clear policy on charging for late check out. It’s 30 euros per room (including AI lunch) until 6pm and 50 euros per room (including AI lunch and dinner) until 9pm. They also publish lower rates for late check out without AI meals. We got a lot of entertainment from playing pool. The tables aren’t in brilliant nick, but they are okay for a basic game. You can book a table via reception for 30 or 60 minutes (for 3 and 5 euros respectively). The timekeeping seemed to be relatively relaxed. I joined the daily aqua gym class one day too – it was fun. I hope you’ve enjoyed reading this review and that some of the information is helpful. In summary, the location, accommodation and service was great. The food wasn’t always at quite at the same standard, but depending on your expectations was more than adequate.
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GoPlaces26650137057 a écrit un avis (Hier)
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Great hotel woderful animation Martyna is perfect she take care of guest. So a lot of fun great people. Nice food , restaurant order wonderdul food. Room are clean. Beach is so nice, a lot of drinks, food, nice poplenfrom around world. So o give 5 stara
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86 € - 128 € (Selon les tarifs moyens d'une chambre standard)
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ÉgypteMer Rouge et SinaïHurghadaBaie de Makadi
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Quelles sont les attractions populaires proches de Stella Di Mare Gardens Resort & Spa ?
Parmi les attractions à proximité, il y a Makadi Water World (3,2 km) et Hurghada Equestrian (3,8 km).
Quels sont les restaurants proches de Stella Di Mare Gardens Resort & Spa ?
Exemples de restaurants bien situés : Nino's Restaurant, Sofra Oriental et The Grill Restaurant.