Sultan Bey

Guests at the Sultan Bey get fantastic views, a private stretch of sand and easy access to another island. The whole hotel’s styled to look like a traditional Egyptian village, so expect perfectly manicured gardens, winding alleys and plenty of arches.

The main pool is split in half by a bridge. One side’s just for kids, while the other’s for everyone. It’s located so close to the lagoon that the waters practically touch.

The nearby pool bar also caters for people sunbathing on the private beach. For main meals, there’s a big buffet restaurant at base and another on Zeytouna Beach.

Overview of El Gouna

El Gouna is one of the most luxurious spots in Egypt. It’s a purpose-built resort full of man-made beaches, world-class hotels like the Sultan Bey and beach-lined islands.

When you choose El Gouna for your holiday to Hurghada, you’ll also be drenched in sunshine. The resort very rarely receives rainfall and temperatures still regularly exceed 20°C in winter, so you’re guaranteed fun in the sun.

Things to do in El Gouna

The Sultan Bey has nabbed a top spot on an island in Venice-like El Gouna. A short stroll drops you in the downtown area for shops, bars and restaurants, or you can be at the marina in 10 minutes by tuk-tuk.

On your holiday to El Gouna, you can do as much or as little as you like. Kids can visit the resort’s skate park, go-kart track or go horseback riding. Meanwhile, keen golfers love the 18-hole course that was designed by legendary player Fred Couples.

As with most places in Egypt, El Gouna is also popular with divers and plenty of diving schools can teach you the tricks of the trade.

With luxurious accommodation, idyllic beaches and plenty of activities, El Gouna is a gem of a destination!


Resort Summary

This exclusive resort raises the stakes in Red Sea holidays with perfect man made beaches and prosperous hotels offering the ultimate in luxurious accommodation. El Gouna remains drenched in sunshine for most of the year with temperatures rarely dropping below 20°C even during winter months. Rainfall is scarce and as the summer sun swelters, many people choose El Gouna for spring, winter and autumn breaks too.

As with all Red Sea resorts, El Gouna is extremely popular with divers, there are PADI courses for beginners and fascinating wrecks and coral reefs for those a little more experienced. If snorkelling is more your thing you won’t be disappointed either with colourful fish tamely visiting even the shallowest of water.

You can choose to do as much or as little as you like on El Gouna holidays. If you’re feeling restless, there’s a skate park, go-kart track and horse-riding. Golfers will love the 18 hole course designed by golfer Fred Couples and many beaches offer water sports. However if relaxation is more your style, you’ll be spoilt for choice with the vast selection of beaches with just the sand and the surf to keep you company.