Strung around luxuriant gardens and pools with waterfalls and fountains, the architecture of the resort was conceived to harmonize with its pristine natural surroundings, reflecting an infusion of two styles – Oriental Maritime and Mediterranean.
Whitewashed facades delineated by strings of coloured Bougainville borne by wooden pergolas are silhouetted by gables tiled with terra cotta. Soft architectonics iconize local traditions exercised over the centuries by the people of the desert when building by the sea.
Lahami Bay rooms are some of the largest resort rooms on the Red Sea. The 220 rooms are grouped in two-floor buildings which cluster around beautiful gardens to provide sea view.
Each room has its spacious balcony or terrace facing the sea, a generous living area and a large bathroom with a bathtub and a separate toilet cubicle.
The rooms feature pastel interiors, coloured by natural marble tops, patterned floor tiles, softly engraved natural wooden furniture and elegantly vivid furnishings. Each room has its unique set of original paintings portraying traditional themes from the Sahara.
- make-up mirror
- 1 king-size bed for Single & Double rooms
- 2 queen- size beds for the Twin rooms
A wide choice of restaurants at Lahami Bay offer enjoyable dining experiences. The finest ingredients are sourced from all over Egypt, while fresh fish and seafood come directly from the neighbouring waters. Food is prepared in a variety of ways to please all tastes.
The resort’s main restaurant, THE SEVEN SEAS, presents sumptuous breakfast, lunch and themed dinner buffets with Live-Coooking and culinary delights from all over the world.
The ASIA Restaurant serves a selection of servery far-eastern dishes in a tradional asian atmosphere.
Casual dining by the sea can be enjoyed at the Sail Away bar and the Mangroves Café, directly on the waterfront. Exotics Cocktails, soothing refreshments and aromatic infusions are served at other several bars and lounges.