The Hauza looks like a conventional resort from the outset and even from its bland, lobby. The resort is built on sevenl levels which seem to endlessly wind towards the aqua waters of the Red Sea. Once you step outside the lobby and you reach the flamingo park is when you start to realise that this resort is a little more original than the rest! Next to the flamingos guests will find the two resident turtles hiding away in their little home. Further down the path on the next level is the first pool which is where the bulk of the day's entertainment takes place lead by the entertainment team. Still following the path, and just when you think you're almost on the beach, a huge pool, appropriately-named the ?jungle pool' appears with its footbridges, rock pools various slides and lots more! Behind the cascading water, there is a surprise real creepy-crawly show on display behind glass which is again, another unusual aspect of the resort. As if that wasn't enough, the Hauza also boasts a fantastic-looking Indian restaurant in the shape of a wooden boat floating on a man-made lake. Beautiful, peaceful and with sea views, this restaurant is a firm favourite with the Easyvoyage editorial team.