Caribbean World Resort Soma Bay (Hurghada, Egypt)
My friend and I stayed in this hotel in February 2010 for a week. We mainly booked this holiday to completely chill out and enjoy a bit of sunshine. Flight Time From UK We flew from London Gatwick and our flight took four and a half hours which I consider to be a relatively short flight to get to somewhere so ... hot - not like my last flight which was 16 odd hours! Caribbean World Resort is only about a 50 minute journey from the airport in Hurghada but because we had other drop offs on our transfer; it ended up taking us about 2 hours to get to the hotel.
We paid £330 per person for 7 nights on an all inclusive basis which I thought was very reasonable. This price included flights, in flight meals, accommodation and transfers.
Arrival And Check In
We were greeted by the very friendly staff once our coach arrived at the hotel. The staff were only to keen to carry your luggage for you and welcome you to Egypt.
In the reception area there is a metal detector which you walk through and the luggage you are carrying (not your suitcases though) are checked by the security guard who is sat to the side of the metal detector.
The staff at the reception desk were very friendly and I felt that there were plenty of staff on duty to deal with the six couples that were checking in.
After a very quick check in, we were escorted to our room by a very friendly member of staff who took us in a little golf buggy (as our room was a little bit away from the reception). As he took us to our room, he also gave us a guided tour of the hotel and pointed out the various restaurants and pools.
All the staff at the hotel exceeded our expectations. They were extremely helpful and very well mannered. They looked very smart in their various uniforms and I couldn't help thinking that they must get awfully hot in their uniforms. They all speak a high level of English so there is no language barrier which we found useful when talking to them about things to do while we were in Egypt.
When we arrived at our room, the first thing we noticed was how clean and spacious it looked. We booked a twin room and got two double beds so needless to say we were very happy.
The beds were large and smelt very clean. Each bed had a pillow on it and we were also provided with extra pillows if needed (these were kept in one of the cupboards)
In the room, there is a flat screen TV (with quite a few English/American channels as well as lots of German and Russian channels) a fridge, a table with two chairs, a large dressing table, a large wardrobe with a free safe inside (which we thought was a nice touch as normally you have to pay extra for a safe), there is a bedside table beside each bed, with a small bedside lamp on each one.
The bathroom was spacious and consisted of a large walk in shower with a really nice power shower inside. The shower took up one entire length of the bathroom! There was also a sink and mirror area which was fairly large and plenty of room to store all our toiletries. There was a hairdryer attached to the wall in the bathroom so I wouldn't bother to take your own if you are staying here.
The hotel provided us with fresh, clean towels every day and these were left on the towel rail in the bathroom.
Also in the bathroom was a small rack on which free toiletries such as shampoo, conditioner and shower gel were provided by the hotel.
Our room had a great little air conditioning unit which also doubled up as heating if you needed it. I was pleased to see that the air conditioning unit was fairly quiet when switched on as in some other hotels; the air con can be quite noisy.
Each room has a balcony or a terrace and I should imagine that most room have a scenic view, we overlooked one of the 4 pools and pool bars and if we looked to the right, we could see down to the beach so we were more than pleased with this view! There are sliding patio doors which lead out to the balcony, also meaning that plenty of light was let into the room. Our balcony was furnished with 2 reclining chairs so you can chill out on the balcony.
The rooms are cleaned to a very high standard and towels and bed sheets replaced every day.
We stayed at the Caribbean World Resort on an all inclusive basis so we were thrilled to find lots of bars and restaurants to choose from. We only actually ate at two of the restaurants so I am only able to comment on the food in these but will also give a brief outline of what is served in the others.
This is the main restaurant and is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. This is the only restaurant that serves breakfast which is served from 7am - 11am. Breakfast is self service in the form of a buffet. Breakfast was one of my favourite meals here, purely because there was so much choice - cereals, large selection of fresh breads, cakes, croissants, fruit, yogurts. There is also a counter where there are chefs behind coking various items fresh. These items included fried eggs, waffles, omelettes (various varieties) and pancakes. There was a selection of fresh juices which you could help yourself to, as well as a tea and coffee station. As well as all that, there was also a hot selection in the breakfast area which consisted of items such as scrambled egg, toast, sausages, beans, tomatoes and fried potatoes. There was also a smaller section where they served Egyptian style breakfast which was all spicy fried food. I did try this one morning and it was very yummy although a little bit too spicy for breakfast!
As I already mentioned the selection is huge for breakfast and the food is kept nice and hot despite the fact that it is buffet.
There is a fresh fruit section where you can chose from items such as apples, oranges and local fruits (although I'm not sure what some of there were)
On entering the restaurant for breakfast, you simply pick and table and sit on it. You help yourself to tea, coffee, cold drinks and food but there are plenty of waiters around to collect the empty plates and cups so there is always a table available despite the fact that it gets quite busy.
Lunch starts at 12.30 and finished at 15.00. Lunch is served in a buffet style in this restaurant and seemed to be the same kind of food every day. Items such as different varieties of rice, vegetable dishes and fish were available. There was also massive selection of breads. There is a chef station where they serve fresh pasta and you literally just tell them which type of pasta you would like,, and what you would like in it i.e. onion, pepper, chillies, tomatoes and they cook it all fresh in front of you.
Dinner is served between 19.00 - 22.00 and this is served in a buffet style also. Dinner in this restaurant is served in themes and you have a different theme for every night. The themes while we were there included international, BBQ, Chinese and Egyptian to name a few. The food was always nice and hot and I felt there was also a good selection to choose from so if you didn't like one type of dish, you could easily just pick another.
Dessert is also served at dinner time and some of them were delicious although it did tend to me the same types all the time. There were items such as Baklava which is a local dessert and consists of layers of filo pastry drizzled in chocolate - very yummy. There were also rice puddings which are served cold and chocolate mousses too. Every evening there was a large dish in the pudding section which had a different pudding every night such as hot sponge pudding bread and butter pudding and hot rice pudding.
Within the main restaurant there is a part that is section off and specially designed for children to sit together and enjoy their meal with a small buffet style section of food and little tables and chairs for them to sit at which I thought was a nice touch.
Tortuga Beach Grill Restaurant
This restaurant serves a selection of grilled meats and fish. It is located near to the beach so you can enjoy your meal while listening to the sea.
The Barbecue Restaurant
This restaurant is pretty self explanatory; it serves a selection of meats and fish which are all cooked fresh on the BBQ in front of you.
La Palma Italian Restaurant
This restaurant is included on the all inclusive basis but you have to reserve a table the night before in reception and we never got round to doing this! They serve a selection of Italian dishes. In here they have belly dancers that come round while you are enjoying your meal.
There are also lots of bars within the grounds of the hotel so there is plenty of choice.
Caribbeano Lounge & Disco Bar
The Caribbean Lounge & Disco Bar is located in the building next to the main reception and it upstairs. The atmosphere is relaxed with lots of seating available. There is a small circular dance floor in the middle of the room so people can have a dance if they wish to do so. They serve a selection of alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks as well as light snacks. The décor in here is lovely, lots of big leafy plants and the furniture is all dark wood with funky coverings in animal print. There were also several leather sofa dotted around the disco.
Cuba Beach and Disco Bar
Sadly this is only open in the summer and as we visited during their winter, we were unable to go in here. We did however have a look from the outside and it looked nice enough with bamboo furniture and a small bar. I should imagine the atmosphere would be chilled out as this bar is located right on the beach. In here they also serve a selection of alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks as well as light snacks.
Aladin Café & Shisha Corner
This is basically designed as a massive tent and in the summer, the remove the sides and it becomes open air (they did this on the day we left!). In here it was lovely and cosy with bamboo furniture with big soft cushions. We visited in February so the evenings could be a little bit chilly. In this bar there are massive heaters which they move nearer to your table if you are feeling the chill. There is a big bar in the middle of the 'tent' and they serve a selection of fruit juices and alcoholic drinks. This is also the bar where they offer shisha pipes (which is basically a water pipe where you can smoke different flavoured tobacco such as apple, cherry etc). The shisha pipes are charged as extra though and were about £2.50 each.
Jamaica & Snack Bar
This bar is located near the swimming pool and offers a selection of alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks. They also serve food between 12-3 which includes items such as chips, salad and BBQ items like burgers, chicken wings and sausages.
Melody Gazebo Bar
This bar tends to be used for the welcome meetings provided by the holiday reps and aside from that, it didn't appear to ever be very busy. There are plenty of seats in the Gazebo bar and they serve a selection of alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks.
Aloha Lobby Bar
This bar is located near the reception and is surrounded by a variety of souvenirs and jewellery shops as well as a chemist. This bar was probably one of the busiest although it was actually quite small and cosy. There was a small bar which offered a selection of alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks as well as all inclusive cocktails. Here, they also served hot drinks such as tea, coffee and a very yummy hot chocolate. We really liked this bar and went here at the beginning of every evening for our first drink. Quite often, we would arrive to find there were no seats and the barmen would re-arrange the seats to enable us to fit down which was a nice gesture.
The Caribbean World Resort Hotel actually has its own private beach which can only be used by guests staying at the hotel. The beach is reached by walking down to the far end of the grounds of the hotel. There are plenty of sun loungers with umbrellas and also lots of winder breakers. When we visited in February, it was actually surprisingly windy so the windbreaker came in very useful. The beach is all one level so is easily accessible for anyone with mobility problems as there are no steps to tackle.
There is a bar in the beach where you can get drinks all day long. At the far end of the beach is the Dive School where you can do scuba diving and snorkelling. Near to the dive school are a group of men who offer water sports such as banana boat rides, boat trips and wind surfing which you have to pay extra for. There is also a gentleman who stands on the beach all day offering camel and horse riding at an extra cost.
There are three swimming pools which are all sort of interlinked although you can't swim between them as they are blocked off by bridges and features. When we stayed in February the pools were a little too cold for my liking but luckily one of the pools is heated so we were still able to have a swim and enjoy ourselves.
The pools never appeared to be very busy during our stay although I am pretty sure it was because we went a little bit out of season and as it warmed up towards the end of our stay, the pools did become slightly busier.
Again, there were plenty of sunloungers available.
Towards the lower grounds of the hotel there is another smaller swimming pool which is surrounded by water slides which are free to use. There was a twisting slide as well as a flume and three flat slides.
There is towel station which is located near the swimming pools. Once you arrive at the hotel, you are given a welcome pack which is full of information about the hotel facilities. In this pack, you will be provided with 2 towel tokens (which are similar to a credit card) If you hand these tokens into the people behind the towel station then you are given a nice yellow and white striped towel to use for the pool and the beach. You can change the towels everyday and then on your last day, just exchange the towels for your tokens which you will need to hand back into reception when you check out. If you lose the towels or the tokens you are charged 20 euros so make sure you keep them safe.
Personally I do not have any children yet but I did notice while staying at this hotel that it would be a great place to take children (as long as you take great care to protect their skin from the heat).
The hotel caters for children very well with lots of children areas such as a kiddie's area where they can play with toys, watch videos, colour in etc all under the supervision of the animation team so you know they are in safe hands. There is a children's centre where you can drop your children off for the day with the animation team who will keep them entertained. Just outside the children centre there is a fairly large children's plays area complete with swings, slides and climbing frames.
There is a small children's pool which will certainly keep them entertained for a while.
Also, as mentioned above, there is even a kiddies section where they have children's table and chairs and even a selection of food to choose from.
As I mentioned earlier, there is a dive school located on the beach. I am a PADI qualified diver and my friend I travelled with has never scuba dived before. While we were there, we decided to do a dive. I just did a normal dive and my friend did a Discover Scuba dive. We found the Dive School to be very friendly with efficient staff and I would certainly recommend them to anyone wishing to learn scuba diving. Considering they are an onsite dive school I considered their prices to be fairly reasonable and it was so handy them being located within the grounds of the hotel.
Other Hotel Facilities
This hotel has a lovely little Health club with a sauna, steam room and hot tub. We didn't actually use any of these facilities because they cost extra but the staff did give us a guided tour of it and it did look very nice.
There is a fully air conditioned Gym onsite at the hotel which I am proud to say we did use once. Sadly, the air conditioning was broken when we used it and the heat did become a bit unbearable halfway through our workout.
There is a hairdresser's onsite which offers many services such as hair cuts, hair colouring and hair braiding. We decided to get our hair braided while were we here. We got a half head of braids and we negotiated a price of £10 per person which I thought was reasonable. The staff were very friendly and chatted away to us while we were getting out hair done.
This was located within the Health Club. All massages cost extra but they were all fairly reasonably priced with a 30 minute massage costing about £25. There was a large selection of treatments that could be bought from here so this area is well worth a look for anyone one who likes massages!
There is a Shuttle bus service from the hotel to the next town Hurghada which cost about £6 for a return trip. This needs to be pre booked at reception though. We ventured into Hurghada fore one evening but to be honest, I wasn't overly impressed. It was very busy and as two young girls by ourselves, we did receive constant hassle from the locals which was a bit off putting when all we wanted to do was have a walk around. Having said that, I still think it was worth the experience.
There are members of staff who walks around the hotel grounds offering trips to the guests. These are charged as extra but I liked the idea that there are organised through a company associated with the hotel. We went Quad Biking and also visited a Bodrum village through these tours. The trip was £30 which I thought was very reasonable and we had a really good time.
I would certainly recommend this hotel to anyone wishing to get away somewhere hot for a reasonable price. We just wanted somewhere warm and we weren't too bothered about doing much while we were there and this hotel suited our needs perfectly. Even though there isn't really much to do in Soma Bay, you still have to option of going on one of the trips offered which gives a little bit a variety for those of you who get easily bored.
The all inclusive basis is definitely worth the money as you have a great selection of food and drink. The facilities are clean and modern and certainly meet the expectations you would have of a 5* hotel.
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Club Magic Life, (Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt)
Club Magic Life Hotel/Resort Sharm El Sheikh We went here last year in August and have now booked to go back again in November. The food and cocktails are out of this world. Food - The main buffet restaurant changes its full décor every night and they have a different food theme on every night too. If you are ... walking past the buffet restaurant during the day in between lunch and dinner you will actually see the staff carrying in giant Italian, Mexican, Egyptian etc decor such as giant flags and seahorses and tents. They literally change the look of the full restaurant each night on a fortnightly cycle. For the Al La Carte restaurants they have a sea food one, an Egyptian one and a Spanish one and all are delicious. You can book each one once per week, so if you go for a week you can make 3 bookings and if you go for 10 days or more you can book it 5 or 6 times. Breakfast is also really good, you get things like French toast, cereals and fruits and sausages. Not quite the same as a UK fry up, but I like that they are different options on offer as I'm not that much of a fan of the fry up anyways. They also have a gorgeous little café up a tower (Café Sissi) that serves cake and coffee all day and has been decorated like a really fancy church with all paintings up the walls and ceilings.
Rooms: They have double beds!! Not those hilarious holiday twin beds that are popped next to each together, proper double beds. The rooms are nicely laid out with freshly painted white walls and burgundy seats and covers on the beds and the furniture is all dark wood. You can see the design from the website. We booked the lowest priced room option which was the "double room with garden view" and found it to be very spacious and the view of the gardens was also lovely as the grounds are very well kept. The bathroom is a bit "Sopranos" all cream/brown Italian marble but even though it's not modern in the bathroom, it is clean and very functional and there is a good light above the bathroom mirror for makeup. Your fridge in the room is re- stocked with water and fizzy pop daily at no extra cost.
The hotel grounds: These are lovely, there is a tennis court, a gym, lots of flowery gardens and there is loads of room so you can have a great wander about without constantly bumping in to people. There are loads of trees and they have made a real effort to decorate the gardens to at every other turn there is something new to see such as illuminated toad stools, boats with floral arrangements in them and Egyptian statues.
Bars: There are at least 5 bars that I can remember, the sports bar has branded spirits and you can sit inside it and watch a bit of sports and they bring you nibbles to have with your drinks. It is like an old tavern, rather than the usual idea of a sports bar and has wicker furniture and glass tables, it actually made us feel like we were sitting inside a massive conservatory The rest of the bars cover the beach, an area right in the middle of the complex and around the pool and one has internet access. ALL bars do amazing cocktails. Our faves were pina colads, island colads and mai tai's, but there was around 20 or more on offer at each bar. My OH said the beer was drinkable and at the restaurants you can get bottles of wine with your meal (all as part of the all inclusive price). The bars were all really nicely laid out and stylishly decorated (you will see them on the 360 tour) and all had a really friendly atmosphere.
Tanning: There are 3 areas to sunbathe, the activities pool where they do aqua aerobics and it was a constant source of hilarity. The quiet pool for folks wanting to read their books and chill out pool side and the beach. We loved the beach, it had separate cabanas and the bar had all the cocktails on offer. The jetty was fab too and we walked along it every day (I'm not keen on the water but still managed it) and the snorkelling off the end of the jetty looked amazing, I only snorkelled in the very shallow water but my OH went in off the deep end and was hooked!
Entertainment: The hotel put on a lot of things at night, bingo, gala dinners, theatre shows, sports in the sports bar, parties down the beach and other themed nights. If you want to get a copy of their schedule, use the email address on the website and they will send the most recent programme. We did do trips out to the Pyramids and the shopping centres last time but when we go back we will happily spend the full 14 nights in the hotel. If you wanted to you can go out and about via the Thomson rep's trips but the hotel also have a taxi and mini bus which is really reliable and take you to each of the main pubs/shopping areas and you just arrange the time they will pick you up and it is much cheaper than via Thomson.
The staff: The staff were all really friendly and helpful. We didn't have any major issues while on holiday but any questions on things like currency, getting extra juice sent to the room and arranging a taxi were all dealt with super quick and in a really nice way. The staff do seem to work long hours but even at the end of the day they are all still very forthcoming in their offers to help you and being happy and friendly towards the guests.
You can only book this hotel via the First Choice or Thomson website as it is one of their exclusives so watch it for a couple of weeks if you do fancy it as prices go up and down. It is one of their platinum hotels and this means you are the first to be dropped off from the airport and the last to be picked up on the way back which was actually really quite a bonus.
The cocktails were so good it was at the beach drinking them that we decided to get married!
If you are interested to go to this hotel here is the link to the company website, you just need to click on Sharm El Sheikh to find it, have a look at the 360 tour if you can as it really gives you a good idea of the lay out
For a cocktail lover like me this hotel is ideal. It is a bit more expensive than other hotels very close to it, but friends have been to those and this hotel and have always commented that the food and drink is not as good in the other hotels so we are happy to pay a bit more to get the better drinks and food. If you are thinking of going drop me a line and I can answer any questions you have.
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Gagudju Lodge Cooinda (Australia)
I have just returned from a wonderful trip to Australia with my 2 children, visiting the Northern territory, tropical north Queensland and Perth. I was particularly looking forward to the Northern Territory as Kakadu national park has been high on my * must visit* list for a long time. As accommodation is limited in the park I booked ... well in advance. I knew I wanted to take a trip on the yellow river and so decided to book 3 nights at the hotel nearest to the trip at Cooinda.
Getting to Kakadu.
It might seem like an obvious statement, but never underestimate the driving distances in Australia! We arrived into Darwin airport where we collected out prebooked hire car. I had bought a sat nav with world maps especially for the trip and it really was money well spent. I am not the most confident driver and don't enjoy finding my way around large towns and cities. Darwin is quite small and the roads out of the airport are well signposted so finding my way onto the Arnhem highway was really easy. Kakadu is 133 km from Darwin and Cooinda is a further 168 km from the park entrance. I had decided to break the journey and spent a night at the Mary river wilderness retreat, before heading to Kakadu. It would take about 4 hours to drive to Cooinda from Darwin. but as we were tired after our flight from Perth, I was pleased I had decided to break the journey.
I really enjoyed the quiet roads and the huge termite mounds certainly made the area look very different to anything we had seen before. We spotted a dingo trotting along the road and several very large hunting birds so the long drive was not without interest. It is important that you keep an eye on your fuel gauge as petrol stations are few and far between. The same goes for refreshments! My advice would be to buy a cheap cold bag and keep a supply of snacks and drinks. My boys seem to need constant feeding!
We stopped at the visitor centre near to the park entrance to pay the 25 dollar entrance fee ( under 16's are free) and to get information about the park in general. From here I decided to drive to Ubirr to look at the Aboriginal rock art and watch the amazing sun set. I really hadn't taken in just how far the drive to Cooinda was and on reflection wished I had booked 1 night at the north end of the park.
Gagadja lodge Cooinda.
The lodge is well signposted from the main road and can be reached by 2 wheel drive vehicles. The reception area was well staffed and the check in process was easy. We had booked a family lodge room at the *stay and save * rate and paid around £150 per night for the 3 of us. The rate didn't included breakfast. The lodge has several room types on offer as well as more basic outback rooms and a camp ground.
Parking is free, although the car parks are a short walk from the lodges.
This is not a room with a view! The outside appearance of the lodge rooms is a bit depressing to be honest. The lodges are situated in blocks and each has a small outside sitting area. Inside the rooms are quite spacious and our family room had a queen sized bed and 2 single beds. There was a small fridge, a kettle and complimentary milk, tea and coffee. As I had bought supplies the fridge was a real bonus. The room had a fan; essential as the temperature was well into the 30's. There was a TV, but no free wi-fi. The en suite bathroom was quite small but the shower had good pressure and there were complimentary toiletries supplied.
I am fussy when it comes to bed linen and towels and the ones provided really had seen better days! Not only that but I had to ask several times before we were given clean towels. Given the heat we were taking regular showers and so clean, dry towels would have been good!
Eating and drinking.
There really is no competition as the nearest town is at Jabiru about an hour away. The Barro Bistro is open all day and serves pub type food at very inflated prices. We had breakfast as part of the sunrise yellow river trip .This consisted of both hot and cold food served buffet style. The hot food was passable although the scrambled eggs were awful! The cold selection consisted of cereals, toast and pastries. I enjoyed the watermelon although the food quickly run out and was not replaced.
We really had no choice but to eat our evening meal in the bistro. There was live music which helped the atmosphere. My children chose pizza at 28 dollars each (about £17) I had a feta cheese salad. The meals were awful! The pizza was a cheap frozen one with little topping and my salad was well past its best. The best thing about the bistro was the cold beer!
There are 2 swimming pools including a very large salt water pool that we all enjoyed. The largest pool is situated next to the bistro and has several loungers to relax. There are changing rooms with showers available although we choose to change in our nearby room.
There is a small children's play area with a climbing frame and slide. We didn't use this so cant comment, but it looked fun.
There is a shop attached to the reception area selling groceries and souvenirs. As we didn't have cooking facilities this was of no interest to us, but would be useful (if expensive) if you were camping. There is a laundry situated in the camping area with outside washing line. I did make use of this and so can report that it was clean.
The reception staff can book trips for you including the wonderful yellow river sunrise cruise. I had really wanted to take a 4 wheel drive trip to the Jim Jim falls and had been advised prior to leaving the UK that there was no need to book the tour. However on arrival I was told all tour were fully booked for the next week! If you are planning a visit then I would advise you to book your trips in advance!
My final thoughts.
As I have already said I wish I had booked at least one night in the north of the park, as distances are great and there is a lot to see in Kakadu. I would advise you visit Ubirr to see the rock art and experience the sunset. We also loved the visit to the cahills crossing where at high tide you can see dozens of crocodiles hunting for fish.
Cooinda is the closest place to stay for the yellow river cruise; one of the highlights of our trip and another review! The Warradjan cultural centre is situated just a few minutes rive from the lodge and is well worth a visit. The Aboriginal traditional owners were sadly not in evidence at the lodge and most of the staff seemed to be backpacker's working on a short term basis. Although most were helpful, a few clearly had no interest in the guests.
Overall we did enjoy our stay at Cooinda. The room was clean and adequate for our needs although nothing special. The food was poor and overpriced; although I accept it is a long way to deliver supplies. The pool was a redeeming feature and the close proximity of the yellow river cruise would mean I would book this lodge again.
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