Marriott Rewards Egypt Offer: 50% Off Stays Of 2-Night Or Longer Between May 17 – August 9, 2014

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Marriott Rewards members can get a 50% off of stays of 2-nights or longer at participating 6 hotels in Egypt this summer between May 17 and August 9, 2014.

Marriott Rewards Egypt 50 Percent Off

You must make the booking on Marriott’s website using offer code MR5 to bring up these discounted rates.

You can access this offer on Marriott’s website here.

Note that this offer is valid for midweek stays from Monday to Thursday.

Here are the participating hotels

Renaissance Cairo Mirage City Hotel

Cairo Marriott Hotel & Omar Khayyam Casino

Hurghada Marriott Beach Resort

Sharm El Sheikh Marriott Resort

Renaissance Sharm El Sheikh Golden View Beach Resort

Taba Heights Marriott Red Sea Resort

Rate display for Renaissance Cairo Mirage

Marriott Rewards Egypt 50 Percent Off Renaissance Cairo Mirage Cairo

The discounted rate is more than 30% off of the lowest other rates for the May date in question.

Rate display for Taba Heights Marriott

Marriott Rewards Egypt 50 Percent Off Taba Heights Marriott

This must be one of the cheapest if not the cheapest Marriott’s around. You can get it for $45 per night during the summer.

Conclusion

The political mess that has been continuing for a long in Egypt must have had ad effect on number of incoming tourist to the country. I doubt that there are any political issues in sight on these resort properties that are located outside of Cairo.

Here are the terms and conditions of this offer:

Minimum 2 night stay required. Offer is not valid for groups or travel agencies or corporate companies contracted rates. Offer is applicable for online bookings only through the respective hotels’ websites and via the Promotional Code.  Rates and discounts may be applied to one regular room per stay, per member, based on double occupancy on dates listed.  A “hotel stay” or “stay” means all consecutive nights spent with Marriott by a registered Marriott Rewards member.  Rates and discounts not available during special events.  Offer not available to groups of 10 or more rooms.  Tax is additional and rates may not be combined with any other offer or discount.  Room rate does not apply to meeting rooms.  Blackout dates may exist and advance reservations are required.

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  • Mazin

    Any recommendation on the resort properties (i.e. other than Cairo) and which city has relativity best weather during the hot summer days.

    • I have not been outside of Cairo in Egypt so cannot really help you with recommendations.

    • Anthony

      All resorts in Egypt are unbearably hot in the summer, thus the discount.

      • Gianmaria Vidale

        I have been working in Egypt the past 4 years and I’m not sure about this A/C story usually I would say the opposite is true especially in Red Sea hotels AC is too low and too strong which is exactly why naive tourists get diahrrea and not because of food, water or ice.

        I just returned yesterday from southern Egypt and it was around 45 Celsius. In summer days I would suggest the north coast with the stunning sea but sadly lacking hotels or else the windier resorts from Hurgada down to Marsa Alam. Sharm el Sheikh isn’t windy so I would avoid it.

    • jessie

      hi, am just back from Cairo for two weeks in April, and extensively travelled the country (nubian southern part and siani etc.) before. Well… personally i love Cairo and the country, so my opinion is probably biased. It’s obviously hot in summer, but for me as hot as any other places such as texas, arizona & any other Mediterranean/Arab places (again feeling hot is relative), and all upscale resort are well-airconditioned anyway. I myself am planning to go to these resort this summer. But remember, this year’s Ramadan is end-Jun through end-July, nevertheless, resorts are anyway less affected by Ramadan. Hurghada & Dabah & Nuweiba still do have plenty of budget options for backpackers, and Sharm el shekish & Taba have more (semi-luxury) resort atmosphere. Hope it helps.