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We have a range of budget places to stay in Hurghada from as low as £5 per night
Based on previous Hurghada accommodation searches, the average starting price is £54
Want to splurge? At the top end in Hurghada, we have 20 places to stay with prices starting at £83
x The average starting price for a place to stay in Hurghada is £54 per night.
Sheraton Road - El Sakkala square - Hurghada -RedExcellent 91%
n.a.stroud About equal distances between the beach and the main strip/shopping area (few minutes walk to each). You have to buy a ticket for the beach at reception, but that's cheaper than buying it on the beach. Staff pretty much left us to ourselves - though one did sort out a fantastic dive trip for me so can't complain. Room had fridge/tv/AC/shower but it wasn't anything special. It was by far the most expensive place we stayed but probably the worst - it has facilities but lacks atmosphere.
Corniche Road - Touristic Center Hurghada-Red SeaExcellent 90%
Safaga Road Km 12Excellent 90%
El Kawsar DistrictExcellent 90%
South Sahl Hashish Road Magawish DistrictExcellent 90%
KM 17 Hurghada-safaga road- Red sea-Excellent 90%
El Dahar Dr. Sayed Koryem Street - infront of EmpireAwesome 88%
Broekbreem We (Dutch family of 4) travelled Egypt for 2 weeks with backpacks and found the 4 Seasons hotel the best value for money. Clean rooms (freshly painted), good breakfast, hot water, free WiFi, convenient location in the old Hurghada for a very cheap price. And most of all: very friendly and helpful staff that provided us with good ideas of things to do and cheap packages. When we came back after two weeks of traveling, it was almost like we came back home.
Yussif Afifi RoadExcellent 90%
Safaga RoadExcellent 90%
Gabal El Hareem Main StreetExcellent 90%
Safaga RoadGreat 80%
20 Km Safaga Road, Hurghada, Red SeaExcellent 90%
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