Intercontinental Taba Heights luxury Resort is located on one of the best diving destinations in the world on the Red Sea. Breathtaking scenery surrounds this Taba Heights Resort, from desert mountains to white sand beaches.
From whatever point you start your holiday, whether by land, sea or air, getting to Intercontinental Taba Heights is easy. The resort and its three buildings, the Atrium, the Pentagon and the Crescent are linked by tropical garden pathways resting on a prime waterfront location. All 503 guest rooms and suites offer breathtaking views of the Red Sea and swimming pools or impressive mountain ranges and are appointed with every possible amenity you would expect of a luxury resort.
The wide variety of food and beverage facilities comprises eleven restaurant and bars offering exclusive InterContinental cuisine and entertainment. The resort is also the perfect location for group retreat or incentive, offering full range of conference and meeting support services. Meeting rooms and outdoor dining areas are available to accommodate up to 550 guests. Individual incentive programs can be tailored to meet any specific requirement.
Recreational options include swimming pools (including an indoor heated pool), an aqua center featuring a variety of water sports, an 18 hole PGA designed championship golf course and a fully equipped Spa.
InterContinental Taba Heights resort is with no doubt the perfect get-away offering all guests memorable experience.
Small reminders to not drink the tap water are accompanied by free bottled water and a discreet notice invites the guests to use their towels responsibly to reduce the impact on the environment.
For those who like to swim, the InterContinental Resort has four pools. Several are heated during the winter, and a large, saltwater lagoon has direct access to the Red Sea. Sun loungers are grouped around the pools, the lagoon and the beach and the distance between them offers the guests the choice of either peace and quiet or the entertainment of the animation team who are always on hand to keep the guests busy.
The main attraction of the resort town is the golf course. The championship, 18-hole course is designed by John Stanford and is 6,450 metres long. Sandy bunkers, lakes and greenery provide interesting challenges to the golfers and the course is known as one of the best in Egypt.
The views from the course are stunning; from the mountain ranges to the sea, and the course is the only one in the world where you can see three countries, Egypt, Jordan and Saudi Arabia as you tee off.