This beachfront hotel has plenty of things to do and places to eat, plus it comes with easy access to a colourful coral reef.
As well as a beachfront location, this hotel offers up a raft of sports and activities, and a dining set-up that gets high praise on TripAdvisor.
A huge pool forms the centrepoint of the hotel. As for the bedrooms, they feature smart and stylish décor, plus a balcony or terrace.
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- 20kg luggage allowance
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Full Board buffet meals. 1 visit per week to each of the à la carte restaurants. Local alcoholic and soft drinks. Afternoon tea and coffee. Midnight soups and sandwiches.
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This large pool is the perfect place to cool off and unwind with its wraparound sun terrace dotted with sunbeds and parasols for that bit of extra shade.
Asian à la carte restaurant
Dine al fresco and enjoy the garden views at the Asian restaurant. You'll need to book a table in advance. You'll get one free visit per week to each of the à la carte restaurants.
The activity pool comes with a separate kids' section ideal for little ones to splash around in.
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double room with pool view
These double rooms with a pool view come with stylish décor and soft furnishings and sleep up to two. They come with a double or twin beds, heating and a mini-fridge stocked with soft drinks on arrival.
double room with sea view
These double rooms with a sea view come with stylish décor and soft furnishings and sleep up to two. They come with a double or twin beds, heating and a mini-fridge stocked with soft drinks on arrival
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Relax and destress at the Relax Pool (bar)
My wife( Susan ) and I have just returned from an eleven night stay at Club Magic.This was our first trip to this area and it will not be our last. After reading numerous reports on trip adviser taking note of good and bad ?. On arrival to the resort and entering our room the first recognised whinge was recognised that was poor lighting in the room .This i have to say was no problem to us as when your on holiday you tend to be outside for 95% of the time. We where more impressed by the daily cleaning of the room and change of towels /bedding daily. Excellent. (energy saving lighting does get brighter if you leave one card in the master switch problem solved ). As for the comparisons made between the Sensitori Hotel .everyone we spoke to said that the rooms where great but cost ,food & service was hands down far better at Club Magic. Now to the best bit. The relax Pool & Bar. The staff their OSAMA & SHAWKY where excellent their non stop work rate and service was amazing, they take time to speak to you and without being asked we where soon being served our daily morning coffee , water and drinks throughout the day.They made our stay,as we really did need to relax as we both have busy jobs and where spoiled by their attention to detail .We will return next year to Club Magic as it seems a large amount of couples we spoke to have done 6,7, times previous .NOW that speaks volumes. Well done Club Magic. Constructive criticism as we are regular gym users we visited the gym daily although adequate some of the equipment does need updating and kept in working order. This did not stop us having a good workout using cardio and resistance machines in the gym.More
George B, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Perfect Relaxing Time at the Relax Pool- just magic
Once again Magic Life failed to disappoint at our first stay at their Sharm el Sheikh resort hotel. Easy check in followed by a welcome phone call up to the room to check everything is ok which gave the opportunity to clarify the electronic safe instructions (free). As per some of the previous comments the rooms, decorated in a traditional Arab style, are a little tired looking and the bathrooms a little dated, however everything in the bathroom/room and the hotel as a whole are exceptionally clean. Well done cleaner of Block 22 Tamer Ali. Room blocks are separated by beautiful well kept gardens with paths meandering through with great signposts for directions to all of the facilities. Walk in the direction of the sea and you come to a public path/promenade, going either way takes you along the sea front, through other hotel sites (and their security) for some distance. I personally ran this a couple of early mornings covering 4 miles approx out and back with out any hassle. Although there are multiple pools we did spend most of our time at the top relax pool perfectly waited on by Osama & Shawky, these guys could not do enough for everyone. There are plenty of sunbeds (some reserved from 7.30am onwards!!!). The team from the Wellness Centre did approach us but were ok with a polite 'no thanks'. The food within the Magico Restaurant was exceptional with a huge choice at all meal times. I find it impossible to imagine that there was not something to suit every taste. We tried a variety at every meal and everything was of the highest standard. Eating both inside and outside is available at all sittings although it was a little windy and evenings cool when we stayed. The cooking stations inside the Magico (themed each night) specialised and always included pasta/Italian, roast meat, grills and fish. Further inside is the cooled area for self serviced salads, fruits, sweets, breads tea and coffee â all frequently topped up. Drinks served by the glass to your table by plentiful waiters. Following recommendations from other Trip Advisors we did try both the Italian and Asian al a Carte (we booked Indian over Thai) specialist restaurants, which you can use once each week (booked via Customer Services office at 9.00am prompt on the previous day) . Both evenings were fantastic, authentic food and the service courtesy of El Sayed Gamal and his team could not be faulted. They both serve a set menu with choices for each course, with waiter service and bottled wine. Ordinarily we never choose speciality restaurants but both evenings were excellent and we highly recommend these. The Asian is open at lunch times too as an alternative to the main restaurant, again excellent buffet food and a choice of spicy fajitas. Evenings were spent either in the Lobby Bar looked after by Amin who provided glasses of lager and gorgeous cocktails, or the nearby TV lounge bar located by the stage which did show some English sport but no sub-titles..... Evenings sitting outside did require an extra layer, again due to the wind. We have stayed at other Magic Life hotels and my partner was reacquainted with Dima from Fuerteventura at twice daily archery events. There was also a very good gym with both weights, treadmills etc situated in the Wellness Centre where you can use free of charge the sauna and steam rooms. We generally tip excellent service and here was no exception, however, tipping wasn't necessary to receive good service, additionally each restaurant has it's own box somewhere near the entrance. This hotel can't be faulted and we would highly recommend it.More
Another Magical Holiday
We Visited this hotel last week and took some friends with us to this hotel who hadn't been to Sharm before. They loved it and would definitely go back. It has a friendly homely atmosphere. The staff cannot do enough for you and are always smiling; Osama and Shawky at the Relax Pool Bar work so hard and have a great sense of humour. I must also mention El Sayeed Gamal in the Main Buffet Restaurant, we remembered him from our last visit working in the Egyptian restaurant and the Mai Tai restaurant, he was so helpful and always smiling. All the staff work hard and cant do enough for you. There was a new Italian A La Carte this year which replaced the Fish Restaurant, very nice indeed. We ate in all 3 a la carte restaurants which are easy to book from 9.00am in the office near the reception, but the Main buffet restaurant was so lovely and so much choice every night had a different theme, so we didnt mind staying there. The rooms were comfortable, clean and we sat every morning having our cup of tea on our balcony overlooking the beautiful gardens. We didnt ask for a sea view but as we were on the top floor of block 20 could see across the bay. Its usually quite windy at this resort, but the wind was quite nice and refreshing. Walking along the jetty to see the fish and snorkelling off the end was great. I would highly recommend Magic Life, we would be back in a flash (and I dont normally visit anywhere more than once as like to try different places, but this was our 4th visit)More
312irisg, Hemel Hempstead, United Kingdom
lovely hotel food was good could not complain something for everyone,drinks were great love all the cocktail,was not too busy at this time of year,plenty of sunbeds too go round, no need to put towels down , snorkeling was great,More
sanny06, Doncaster, United Kingdom
I booked a last minute trip to Sharm el Sheik and 4 days later arrived at Club Magic Life Imperial and I really enjoyed my stay. Firstly, I would not consider this a 5* hotel based on the rooms and showers- which were fine, but a bit outdated. I would recommend block 11 in the rear as you get a sea and mountain view and it is very quiet. The activity pool was fantastic with plenty of chairs, good music and the guests were mainly English. The buffet restaurant was varied with different daily themes but after a few days it became ho-hum for me. The Thai restaurant is excellent and I went there 2 times. Don't miss this, it is some of the best Thai you will eat outside of Thailand. The staff are friendly and service minded for the most part. I would recommend this hotel as you get a lot of value for your money, especially if you are a drinker. If you are looking for luxury and pampering and a stunning room you may want to look elsewhere, but for a good hotel, friendly staff and guests plus lots of activities every day, this may be just the place for you. I would also recommend the Magic life snorkelling trip and a visit to Luxor. PS: the wifi here is horrific. If you need to work I recommend renting a portable wifi from Adventure tours for your stay. The hotel connection is as reliable as a wet paper bag.More
johnbamsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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