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Taba Heights Championship Golf Course Now Open

Search ASIA Travel Tips .com Friday, 10 August 2007

Taba Heights Resort in Egypt can now offer guests another attractive reason to visit, the new championship golf course. 

Designed by John Sanford, a member of the American Society of Golf Course Architects, the 18 hole championship course measures 7100 yards between the 1st and 18th hole. The total course area cleverly spans the central section of the resort's overall property, linking the different hotels.

With the dramatic Sinai Mountains providing its backdrop, the golf course overlooks the azure waters of the Red Sea, offering views of Saudi Arabia and Jordan.

Spread out along 5 km of idyllic coastline, the Taba Heights Resort is set in 368 hectares of landscaped gardens and lagoons. The resort offers travellers - a mix of sun, sea, and mountains, with the addition of a new championship golf course - a favourite pastime for many holidaymakers.

“Travellers today are not interested in generic holiday destinations; they are looking for holidays where they can experience natural attractions in peaceful environments,” said Thierry Bertin, Area Director of Marketing - Middle East, Hyatt International Hotels and Resorts.

“Situated in Taba Heights Resort’s prime location, Hyatt Regency Taba Heights holds breathtaking mountain views with access to the Red Sea and the new championship golf course – providing guests with the with an unforgettable holiday experience.”

The hotel can also offer special tours to local attractions and down town Taba, Red Sea diving from the hotel’s water sports center, spa services, and tailor made golf packages. Added activities within the hotel include pools, Club Olympus and health club, and Oasis Kids Club. 

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