Hotel Jungle Park Hurghada
With a gigantic gorilla sitting by the entrance, you’ll know you’re in for an unforgettable time when your first arrive at Hotel Jungle Park Hurghada. Combining luxury and leisure perfectly, this popular hotel is the ultimate choice for families in Egypt. Home to the largest water theme park in Hurghada, get ready to take on 35 slides, a lazy river which stretches for 1,000 metres and an epic wave pool.
If you’re not impressed by its African-inspired decor, you’ll be amazed when you walk its extensive grounds and count a staggering 33 pools, each surrounded by an array of sunloungers, some double sized and padded out with cushions. There’s just as much for grown-ups as there is for kids too, from dedicated adult only areas, slides and a spa.
Bungalow style rooms
With 866 spacious rooms dotted across its never-ending grounds, it won’t be hard finding accommodation to suit your needs. From standard stays to child-friendly bungalows, each offering a pool or garden view, you’re never far away from the complexes’ non-stop action.
Adults seeking a little bit of privacy can opt for rooms with a sliding door, while others come with bunk beds. Not only does this save a lot of space, but it’s also a nice family touch. In terms of interiors, expect luxurious dark wood features, fancy light fittings and simple yet chic bedspreads.
Measuring 46 square metres, there’s plenty of space to stretch out when you need a break from the sun. As for amenities, you can take advantage of a mini bar, which is replenished with fresh bottled water daily, a TV with satellite channels, a balcony or terrace complete with beautiful views and bathrooms equipped with hairdryers.
An incredible All Inclusive concept
With a huge choice of buffet eateries – going hungry is impossible at this top-rated hotel. Divided into breakfast, late breakfast, lunch, dinner, late dinner and snacks, you won’t have to miss a meal. Along with these tasty venues, you’ll also find a wide range of bars and dessert spots serving ice cream.
Mediterranean Restaurant: With a warm ambience and a terrace, you’ll be spoilt for choice at this varied eatery. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner – food is served most of the day.
L’ Asiatique: With a minimalist decor, it soon becomes evident that this is the hotel’s Asian restaurant. Sample a range of Eastern flavours here including Chinese, Japanese, Thai and Indian. This dinner-time only spot serves from 6pm – 9pm.
Tagine: This is the hotel’s oriental buffet option, celebrated for its mouth-watering grilled meats taken straight off the barbecue and a wide range of breakfast options. Head here for three meals a day. And if you’re still feeling peckish, it is the only restaurant to offer a late dinner from 10pm – midnight.
Zum Kaiser: Known as the German restaurant, you’ll find flavours typical of the country here. It’s open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Alfredo: Italian cuisine is on the cards at this first-class establishment. With food prepared fresh, indulge on the tastiest plates from 6pm – 9pm.
Le Marche: As the hotel’s international restaurant, get ready to sample all kinds of flavours. Feast on delicious omelettes for breakfast or indulge on seafood options and roast dinners come evening. This eatery opens at 7am – 11am, then re-opens at 6pm – 9pm for dinner.
Columbus Bar: Offering a different cocktail menu, stop by this drinking venue for unique blends alongside a choice of coffees, milkshakes and chocolates. This popular spot is open from 9am – midnight.
Jazz Bar: Adored for its entertainment from karaoke nights to live music with staff going out of their way to make sure you always have a drink in hand, guests can head here from 9am – 2am.
The Colonies Bar: This is a great place to grab a cocktail with drinks named after animals, while its frozen slushies go down a treat with little ones. Open from 9am – midnight.
Beach Bar (at Dana Beach Resort): Despite being a shuttle bus ride away, this spot perched beside the Red Sea is your go-to for refreshing soft drinks, fruity concoctions and hot beverages from 10am – 5pm. Snacks are also available between 12pm and 2.30pm.
* All Inclusive drinks are served daily from 10am – midnight
Facilities for the whole family
There’s never a dull moment at this entertainment-filled complex. The waterpark alone is 2,500 square metres, and it’s often hard to believe you’re in a hotel when you clap eyes on its fantastic selection of slides.
Take on the park’s most thrilling attractions, from Tube Free Fall, an exhilarating slide which shoots you towards the water at high speeds to Multi, which allows four people to race one another. Or try the Black Hole, an enclosed tunnel which sees riders plunge towards the water in complete darkness. There’s also plenty of tame splashes for smaller children.
Away from the park, there’s always an activity to get involved in with an extensive animation programme. Challenge your family to a game of football, a round of mini golf or hunt down the giant garden chess. Those looking to stay active can stay sweat-free under the warm Egyptian sun by joining in with the water polo and aqua gym.
If you want to take some time out for yourself, you can always leave your children in the kids’ club where they will be looked after by highly qualified staff. This is the perfect opportunity to book yourself into the spa with traditional treatments such as a Moroccan hammam and Turkish bath promising the ultimate pampering experience. What’s more, the hotel also offers free Wi-Fi, all you need is a code from reception and you’re free to browse.
A convenient location
When it comes to location, you’re in a prime position with the airport only 20 minutes away and Hurghada centre not much further. You’re also a short drive from Senzo Mall, the largest shopping centre in the area, where you’ll find a range of stores, food courts and amusements.
Although not situated directly by the sea, there’s a complimentary shuttle bus transporting you to the nearest shore. Running every 30 minutes and taking you straight to Dana Beach, you’ll be able to dip in and out of the famous Red Sea while discovering its exotic marine life.