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I have a very different experience than Adamasyn, I have been three times to this hotel in the last 6 or 7 years each time for two weeks in different periods (January, August) and I have always found staff and particularly the management very friendly...More
Lahami Bay beach resort is nice and very quiet place, but has only one usable for swimming beach which is rather far from majority of hotel villas and has not enough sun umbrellas. The other two beaches are not suitable for swimming - water upto...More
We spent 7 days at Lahami Bay Resort in Hamata between 16 and 23 April 2008. The hotel was excellent overall, in terms of accommodation quality, environment, service and activities. What we particularly liked:
• Attractive low rise blocks, all overlooking the meticulously kept gardens,...More
We went here because a rep from Regal Dive in the UK told us that the snorkelling was very good. In addition, previous TA reviewers seemed unanimous in their view that it was good.
We stayed for nine days.
We are happy to report that...More
This is a remote and beautiful area of the Red Sea. Absolutely nothing outside the hotel. The journey from marsa alam airport is about 2 hours but the scenery is great. The hotel is well run with excellent food and spacious, well-equipped rooms.On the reefs...More
When I was at Lahami Bay, the wind died down the second day and no kite surfers were to be seen. I think most kite surfers prefer the Kite Village which is only a couple kilometers down the road. I think they even offer to... More
When I was at Lahami Bay, the wind died down the second day and no kite surfers were to be seen. I think most kite surfers prefer the Kite Village which is only a couple kilometers down the road. I think they even offer to pick you up in the morning from Lahami Bay. But maybe a surfer can confirm that... I was there to scuba dive.