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Published on Thursday, September 17, 2020

Sol Y Mar Soma Beach Hotel, Red Sea, Egypt, opening in September 2020

Jaz Hotel Group is delighted to announce the unveiling of its latest addition to the portfolio, Sol Y Mar Soma Beach Hotel, Red Sea, Egypt, opening in September 2020.

The newly acquired four-star hotel is nestled on one of the Red Sea's widest stretches of white sandy beaches. The hotel is ideally centralized and accessible, being just 45 km away from Hurghada International Airport, 10 minute-drive from Safaga city center and 45 minute-drive from Hurghada city center.

This brand-new hotel offers an array of 433 comfortable accommodation options. Each guest room has a balcony or terrace, complemented by stunning views and modernly furnished.  

Sol Y Mar Soma Beach hotel features five restaurants and six bars, with an array of delicious cuisines and a wide variety of beverages that cater to all tastes.

Sol Y Mar Soma Beach Hotel is adhering to a tailored strict COVID-19 Protocol to assure guest and staff safety, by taking all precautionary measures to sanitize and disinfect every corner, all the restaurants, bars, beach and swimming pools are operating as per the local and international standards for a safe and care-free holiday experience.



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