Mamlouk Palace Resort

The Mamlouk Palace Resort is located close to the exotic waters of the Red Sea and includes its very own private beach. Sunbathe under parasols or cool off in the resort’s swimming pools. The Sentido features seven restaurants, ensuring you and the family will be spoilt for choice when it comes to dining under the setting sun. It’s a family-friendly resort where water sports are aplenty and activities for kids are by the dozen. The Sentido’s beautiful Egyptian design is complemented nicely by a clean and spacious setting.

Overview of Hurghada

The Mamlouk Palace Resort resort is located in the city of Hurghada on the Red Sea coastline, one of Egypt’s most popular tourist destinations. The city found its origins as a small fishing village but has eventually grown to become a hive of tourist activity, filled with luxury resort hotels, quality bars and restaurants and home to the finest water sports and expeditions Egypt has to offer. Experiencing wonderful sub-African climates throughout the year, the palatial wonder of the Sentido creates the perfect family-friendly destination for your holidays to Egypt where the sunsets and views of the Red Sea provide an idyllic atmosphere.

Things to do in Hurghada

Hurghada is renowned for it’s beautiful sandy beaches and close proximity to the refreshing shores of the Red Sea. This means it’s one of Egypt’s most popular water sports destinations with boat trips and scuba-diving classes available to book within the Mamlouk Palace Resort resort. If you’re looking for land-based adventure, why not embark on a quad bike experience through Hurghada’s historic city walls and trek through the majestic dunes of the desert close by? Hurghada is undoubtedly the gem of Egypt’s northern coastline and home of exotic expeditions to the Giftun Islands or the Great Pyramids of Giza.


Resort Summary

Just five hours flight time from the UK, the white-sand beaches of the Hurghada region are nestled against the Red Sea, rich with some of the best dive sites in the world. On the other side is the secluded desert, offering visitors plenty of adventure on their cheap Hurghada holidays. From topping up your tan along the coast to exploring colourful underwater reefs, you’ll find yourself surrounded by natural beauty and exciting sites waiting to be discovered.

Boasting a year-round dry and temperate climate, average temperatures throughout the year stay well into the 30s, making it the ideal spot for a winter retreat. Families will relish in day trips to the waterpark and aquarium, while little ones won’t miss out on the dazzling marine life as you board a glass-bottomed boat and explore the coral lined coast.