A recent of the prestigious Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence 2013, the Resta grand Resort is a luxurious hotel complex ideally located among landscaped gardens and various water features very close to the beach. The hotel boasts a wide range of facilities for guests to enjoy during their stay including an impressive outdoor swimming pool area where guests can relax after a busy day sightseeing and relax in the delightful Arabian sunshine. There is also a sauna where guests can further unwind, along with a shopping mall for guests to enjoy. For dining there are four restaurants serving a range of cuisine from all over the world including fusion cuisine, Mediterranean, buffet and a la carte. There are also several bars where guests can recline with a refreshing beverage of an evening. Each of the rooms available are luxuriously decorated and come equipped with a tea and coffee making facilities, mini-fridge, flat-screen TV, balcony, air-conditioning, phone, bathtub, hairdryer and in-room safe. Additional amenities include a concierge desk, conference rooms, lift, hair salon, medical assistance, porter, room service and parking.
This hotel is ideally suited to those seeking a luxurious stay in a luscious hotel boasting a wide range of facilities to ensure guests are fully catered for during their stay.
The hotel boasts an impressive outdoor pool area for guests to relax in during their stay.
Each of the rooms available are luxuriously decorated and come equipped with a tea and coffee making facilities, mini-fridge, flat-screen TV, balcony, air-conditioning, phone, bathtub, hairdryer and in-room safe. Certain amenities may be payable locally.
Eating and Drinking
There are four restaurants and numerous bars where guests can enjoy a range of local and international food and drink.
The Resta Grand Resort is located within Marsa Alam, close to a delightful beach where guests can relax. The town is located on the western shore of the Red Sea and offers popular local attractions including Emerald Mines and the Temple of Seti I at Khanais. Marsa Alam lines up an unparalleled range of beaches, from popular stretches to footprint-free sands. The main one, Abu Dabbab Beach, is a lovely stretch of white sand with a roll call of watersports, and a reef where dugongs and giant turtles are routinely spotted. At the other end of the spectrum are beaches at Honkorab and Golaan in Wadi Gemal National Park, due south. Here, solitary mangroves poke out of duck-pond still waters and thereâ€™s not a soul for miles around.