Newlyweds are VIPs at the Steigenberger Al Dau Beach Hotel, Egypt, and can take advantage of the romantic getaways available now at this Red Sea resort.
Honeymoon couples receive an in-room flower arrangement and a bouquet of flowers in their room upon arrival. A special cake is also included.
For a perfect stay with everything taken care of guests can book the hotel’s honeymoon package which costs LE 1.888, per person, and includes a three night stay in a special “honeymoon” junior suite, a candle lit dinner, breakfast in bed, free access to the Algotherm Red Sea Thalasso and Spa and more specials that are included in the package. For details, contact the hotel directly at [email protected].
Note that the wedding gazebo at the centre of the sprawling hotel grounds is the perfect location for a romantic photo session of the newlyweds, and it can also be booked as part of a complete wedding reception.
The 1,000 sq m spa combines the energy of the Red Sea water with healing thalassotherapy and other spa features including a Turkish bath, saunas, steam rooms, a heated indoor and outdoor saltwater pool with whirl benches, fun showers, massages, relaxing rooms and 10 treatment rooms. New to the Thalasso & Spa are native Thai masseuses who will perform traditional Thai massages.
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