New All inclusive holiday at Red Sea resort of Maritim Jolie Ville Resort and CasinoTuesday 11 August 2015
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New: All-inclusive holiday at Red Sea resort of Maritim Jolie Ville Resort and Casino
The classic Red Sea resort of Sharm el Sheikh offers all year-round sunshine and clear warm waters with coral reefs teeming with fish.
Maritim Jolie Ville Resort (4Q) has a private beach and all Saga guest rooms, each with a balcony or terrace, are set in lovely gardens.
On this new all-inclusive holiday, which includes a 15-hour free bar, the Saga lounge and restaurants are conveniently set between the guest rooms and the beach.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served in the Orangerie buffet restaurant or guests can choose to eat at the Pool Terrace or the Italian à la carte restaurant, Zigolini's, which has views over Naama Bay.
The resort, which nestles between the Sinai mountains and the Red Sea, has two swimming pools, a Wellness Centre and Thai Spa.
An optional tour to Ras Mohamed Marine National Park will give guests to opportunity to snorkel in crystal waters to discover exquisite coral reefs and marine life.
There will also be an included half-day excursion to the former fishing village of Sharm el Sheikh, known as ‘The City of Peace’.
For details call free on 0800 092 1178 or visit travel.saga.co.uk/holidays
Seven nights from £749 to 28 nights from £1,599 departing Gatwick airports on a choice of dates from January to April 2016. Manchester flights are also available for a supplement.
Price includes return flights, airport taxes, all-inclusive accommodation, 15-hour free bar, porterage, Saga representative, welcome cocktail party, tourist visa for full British Citizens, optional travel insurance and additional cancellation rights or a discount of £17 for seven nights or up to £55 for 22-28 nights if passenger has own insurance.
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