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Hotels in Port Sudan

While Sudan is not on top of many traveller's itineraries and for good reason, its Red Sea city of Port Sudan is worth a visit. A surprisingly laid back atmosphere permeates this city, which can come as a bit of a shock for those whose only knowledge of Sudan comes from the latest headlines. While the city itself doesn't have much to offer visitors aside from a pleasant boardwalk, the snorkelling and scuba diving here is excellent and largely undeveloped. Furthermore, the nearby town of Suakin is notable for its Medieval coral architecture and while much of that heritage is now in ruins it nonetheless makes for a fascinating and worthwhile visit.

While Port Sudan is fairly developed and safe by Sudanese standards, it is still very much lacking in a lot of travel infrastructure. That being said, you do have quite few options when it comes to finding a place to stay. Skyscanner's hotel search feature will help you unlock the best hotels in Port Sudan so that you can get the most out of your adventure.

Hotels in Port Sudan

Coral Port Sudan is undoubtedly Port Sudan's top hotel. The large pink coral building is located right across the street from the Red Sea and many rooms enjoy excellent views of the ocean. This 4-star hotel may lack the amenities one would expect from 4-star hotels in more developed countries, but it nonetheless offers a comfortable stay, including a large outdoor pool. The large lobby is beautiful and there are conference and banquet facilities that are perfect for large events and business meetings.

Baasher Palace Hotel is located close to the Red Sea and steps from the Red Sea University. Rooms are comfortable and the staff is courteous. There is space for large events, a rooftop patio, and date palms surrounding the property. The central location also means there are plenty of shops and restaurants within walking distance.

Basiri Plaza Hotel is one of the more high-end hotels in Port Sudan. Rooms have a flatscreen TV, private bathrooms, comfortable beds, and some even include private balconies. Guests can enjoy the free WiFi internet, coffee maker, swimming pool, and glass elevator. The onsite restaurant prepares some delicious meals and the location in the centre of the city makes it easy to get around and see the sights.

Sudan Red Sea Resort is located 30 km north of Port Sudan itself on the newly built road heading to the Egyptian border. Right on the Red Sea, this resort is marketed as Sudan's first eco-resort. Guests stay in attractive wooden bungalows directly on the seashore. Each bungalow has two beds and is nicely furnished in a traditional style. There is an onsite restaurant and guests can choose either full board, which includes three full meals per day, coffee, and mineral water, or an a la carte option for their stay. The resort is equipped with its own diving centre, making this an ideal choice if you want to explore the hidden gems that lie underneath Sudan's Red Sea coast.