PREMIER LE REVE HOTEL & SPA
One of the most striking aspects of Premier Le Reve Hotel are the views. This palatial hotel sits between the soft sands of a private beach and the majestic desert mountains. Wherever you look you can’t help but be overwhelmed by the natural beauty of the surroundings.
Set within lush landscaped gardens dotted with pools, Premier Le Reve transports you to a world of luxury and exclusivity. Opulently decorated and with a private balcony or terrace, all rooms feature fantastic views of the private gardens or the sea. The rooms are huge, with extra-large beds, luxury bathrooms and massive balconies for dining, entertaining or simply relaxing.
We went for the all-inclusive concept – a great way to make the most of the six restaurants. You name it, they serve it – from Italian to Chinese, seafood to sushi. You can dine around the world in this resort – we felt completely spoilt for choice. There are also four bars, ranging from a cosy English-style pub to a relaxing beach bar serving the best cocktails I’ve ever had.
Hurghada offers travellers the chance to see the calmer side of Egypt, away from the crowded markets, bustling streets and tourist sites. The Red Sea is renowned for its incredible sea-life, and snorkellers and scuba-divers will be entertained by the schools of multi-coloured fish.
The hotel is equipped with a health centre, a gym and a Premier Spa – more than enough facilities to keep us busy. We opted for a couple of relaxing massages when we arrived, to work off some of the effects of the plane journey. Within an hour I felt transformed. As I lay in the comfortable relaxation room, sipping on a fresh fruit juice and sinking into the day bed, I felt completely at ease.
It was easy to spend a whole morning in the spa being pampered and soothed. I had a lovely manicure and pedicure, which made me feel groomed and glamorous.
Over the course of the holiday I indulged in a couple more massages and a facial. My skin loved the pampering – especially as I was spending a long time in the sun.
I also enjoyed a few laps of the indoor pool, had a steam in the sauna and finished with a relaxing soak in the jacuzzi. While I made the most of the spa facilities my partner made full use of the spacious gym and its state-of-the-art equipment.
In the late afternoons we also liked to go to the Sky Pool as it was so quiet and peaceful. We had free access to this area because we were staying in a Deluxe Room.
The glass dome over the pool area made the room bright, sunny and extremely calming. After a healthy juice from the Vitamin Bar, we would relax on sun loungers and decide where to have lunch. It was lovely to feel so spoilt and well looked after – the only real problem was tearing ourselves away from all this comfort. Facilities
- Six restaurants serving a range of world cuisines
- Four bars – from an English-style pub to a beach bar
- Fully equipped gym, four swimming pools health Spa, Turkish bath, sauna, jacuzzi