This place gives you a huge choice of places to eat, sunbathe and swim. It even comes with its own diving school.
Pools are where this hotel excels, with the star attraction being the infinity one with sea views. There’s no shortage of places to eat either, with the à la carte options including a gourmet French place.
The hotel is on its own private beach. It’s got a jetty, which makes a great jumping-off point for snorkelling. Or you can sign up to the diving school and explore the Red Sea’s world-famous coral reefs.
Buffet breakfast and dinner in the main restaurant. Late breakfast, lunch and dinner at the 24-hour Caribbean Bar. Two à la carte restaurants.
Hot and soft drinks served by the glass in all bars. Locally produced alcohol served by the glass. Wine served with dinner only.
Curving elegantly around the beach side of the resort, the infinity pool is designed to help you relax. With loungers and parasols dotted along the two sides and offers stunning views over the beach and to sea.
If you're not quite relaxed enough after a few days of sunbathing then the spa offers a steam room, sauna and 12 types of massage. If you want to keep up your fitness regime whilst away the wellness centre has a fully-equipped gym with treadmill, bikes and step and rowing machines.
This spacious junior suite can sleep up to 2 adults and a child. It comes with a separate lounge area, air-conditioning and a balcony or terrace. Your room will also come with VIP extras - these include early check-in and late check-out at the VIP desk, a fruit basket in your room on arrival, a free laundry bag once per week, upgraded toiletries - replenished as used - and a bathrobe and slippers. You'll also have a kettle, tea, coffee and milk renewed daily - plus free water and soft drinks in the minibar on arrival. You can also look forward to a VIP cocktail with the manager and the use of a special outlet for breakfast.
great facilities, staff pleasent weather fantastic
have missed going to egypt. definitely worth a visit. has a buffet restaurant, italian, french, grill and seafood. different pools adults only, plus a child's one and the infinity pool. all good
Our most Favourite place EVER !
We were booked for Nov / Dec 2015 but obviously couldn't make it because of the troubles .
We miss ROBB and all the fantastic staff - big shout out to our Friend Fady - El Xlance - nothing is too much trouble for him , service with a joke and a smile exactly what you want on holiday !
We will be back as soon as possible Paul & Jo - Cheshire More
We stayed at this hotel twice now and it is one of the best hotels we have been to, my husband did the diving and said it was the best diving school he had been to, food was excellent , staff members excellent it is a truly fantastic place, we have booked again for next January and cannot wait , I tried the spa and loved it very relaxing , best hotel in sharm .More
Lindsey D, 186332
Standards have dropped
We were great fans of this hotel, recommending to everyone as couldn't fault the staff or service and we visited 4 times a year, However, we have finally made the decision that we will not be returning due to the declining standards throughout the hotel. We have not just decided after one bad holiday,we had another 4 after this as we knew how good this hotel was and were sure that they would get back on track. It appears since some management and staff moved to the sister hotel in 2014, the standards started to drop. This was in all areas of the hotel but especially the food quality and choice. Also, There was management change on the food side again in Feb 2014 and this seemed to be the beginning of the end, only small changes at first but the standard steadily dropped to the point on our holidays last year, there were times at lunch when I couldn't eat or just had a bread roll. The Italian restaurant has been ruined. as well as they revamped the menu but ended up charging you for certain meals that used to be part of the all inclusive.
They used to be so good and efficient at dealing with anything that went wrong, this has changed also with the change of managers. Yes, we did speak to them all the time with our concerns but actions speak louder than words. So, when you read about the poor food, same pizza topping everyday etc etc, that is fact, not just one persons perception. We also noticed cost cutting measures all the time creeping in & I understand the comment on one review re the lighting walking back to their room as we noticed at times lights completely off , and yes, we did assume an electrical problem at first but then they had every other light on along the walkways.
Having stayed at this hotel 13 times in 4 years, we were loyal guests but we would not return now. The management make all the right noises but dont actually deal with the problems of which there were many on the last few visits. Unfortunately, due to lack of care from the management side they have ended up spoiling our paradise and lost a fantastic hotel to one that we would now never return. We had a lot of friends here and gave this hotel many chances to recover from its down slide but it just continued to decline. The general staff can not be faulted and thanks to them , our last two holidays were not as bad as they might have been and it is with great regret that I have put this review on but I have to be fair .More
Hopefully coming in October
Just like to say I wish we were coming back to the Reef this year. We miss all the staff which are like family. We hope to come in October so fingers crossed. The Hotel is first Class the food is excellent. The sea life is out of this world. We were coming last October 2015 but had to cancel due to my husband having a heart attack so really need to come and relax at this wonderful and friendly Hotel. Hope to see you all soon. Roy & Helen Higginbotham xxMore