Taba, situated on the Red Sea's Gulf of Aqaba at the junction of Egypt and Israel, is a stone's throw from a truly impressive range of sites. Excursions to nearby Castle Zaman provide a rare view of four countries simultaneously, and the Colored Canyon is an obstacle course ripe for exploration. The Marriott Taba Heights Red Sea Resort awaits tourists following their day trips with its very own therapeutic Salt Cave, ideal for unwinding in luxury.
Things to do in Taba
4.5 based on 129 reviews
Great place to spend a lazy day. Swimming, sauna and a nice place to relax. Great views. Food is good staff are friendly. Book and pay on line to confirm your reservation. Guy on the security gate needs a customer service course. He attitude spoiled the start to a great day
4.5 based on 116 reviews
"Officially" this Mexican Restaurant is closed, but the F&B Manager at the Marriott Taba Heights Red Sea Resort opened it just for us!! Marriott operates this great restaurant just outside the resort in the "New Village" Area.
Firstly you must sit outside on the balcony as the view is spectacular!! Service was tops and most importantly was the food...Fresh Mexican Chips to start with three different sauces. Then followed with fresh local fish Ala "Mexican Style". It was to die for!! A nice cold beer (or two) and this night was a total delight!!
Unfortunately the entire area of Taba Heights is suffering, especially the restaurants in the "New Village" as all five (5) hotels are providing an All Inclusive formula and the average occupancy rate is very, very low!! Also, few tourist venture out of their hotels and want to spend a few extra dollars!! What a waste...
4.5 based on 106 reviews
Amazing meal, the restaurant adjusted the menu to make sure it suited all our requirements. The service is first class, the waiters cannot do enough to make sure that you have a great dining experience.. We sat on the Terrace with views overlooking Jordan and Saudi Arabia which was magical.
4.5 based on 28 reviews
My wife and I had the restaurant to ourselves. The head waiter Yasser provided excellent service. The veal and shrimp were excellent. Not a great wine selection. Prices were comparable to the Unites States, which is rare for Egypt. The service was timed perfectly and the food was well prepared. A definite must while in Taba.
4.5 based on 23 reviews
Best all inclusive restaurant in the Taba Movenpick
We have spent 10 days in this restaurant, for breakfast, lunch and dinner. We have been very well served by Atef/Essam/Ibrahim/Mohamed/Waleed/Mohamed Adel/Ali/Ali Kenawy and Shaban. The people in the kitchen, Chef Abo el Hassan/Monster/Mansour/Sayed and Gazal, have prepaired a good quality and every day other themes of food. Thank you all it was a real pleasure being in your restaurant.
Lizi and Michael
4.5 based on 170 reviews
Tourist pay different price. Frozen see food only. How long have they frozen? they did not tell. They dont cook for tourist but very local, not for me.
4.5 based on 39 reviews
The art of culinary perfectioon receives the highest emphasis at the Chez Pascal Restaurant. The Chez Pascal Restaurant offers an authentic Belgian cuisine with a choice of Steaks cooked to perfection, Seafood and Lobster dishes.A warm welcome awaits...Open every evening from 7pmMONDAY EVENINGS ROMANTIC SET MENU ... FOR 2 OF COURSE
The restaurant " Chez Pascal", it is just fantastic. It is next to the hotel Three Corners El wekala golf resort and just near the entrance from the market place. So it is easy to find when you take the shuttle bus from the other hotels to the market place. You can go shopping before or after tasting the lobster, the steak with peppersauce........The chocolate mousse and many other plates. Thanks to the chief for preparing and to Yousry for the very very good service.
This vacation, my friends and i, did visit it twice, and we always enjoy it.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
This restaurant is the al a carte restaurant inside the Sofitel Taba Heights and can be used by both residents and non-residents alike.
We stayed in our beloved Sofitel for 2 weeks, and decided to pay this restaurant a visit.
Service: super! (Thanks Shabah!)
Food: yum, I had the best sashimi every, very tasty. Then I had the grilled prawns with noodles, and it was very tasty as well, I loved it!
My partner had the chicken satés and beef with noodles and he enjoyed it a lot.
Watching the chef cook was a treat!
Oh and the dessert, I am not a dessert person but this was outstanding: flambeed bananas with coconut ice cream, delicious!!
It's not cheap, especially not when you are enjoying the rest of the hotel in an all inclusive formula, but it was money well worth spent and we will go back again as soon as we get the chance.
4 based on 7 reviews
excellent beer and service over here but the local whisky is really bad and its close to red wibe but not tasty so i advise to stick on beer all the time because its really great, however thisbis my 1st day and i am enjoying staying here.
5 based on 1 reviews
This is a new restaurant that has been thoughtfully decorated in a unique style combining antique artifacts and contemporary design! Old arabic doors from Cairo, black and white photographs of old Egypt, vintage travel posters, hand crafted in Arabesque style, Bedouin handicrafts and beautiful ceramic tiles make this place so different to anywhere else in this area and therefore worth a visit. The restaurant serves light snacks and drinks, Mediterranean cusine and arabic and Israelli dishes and the Friday evening BBQ served outside is really splendid. There is a beautiful Majlis area upstairs Outside there is a genuine Bedouin Tent, superb Seating areas and Islamic Fountain and a mountain Terrace. It is a must visit if in the area!
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