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.
These spacious deluxe double rooms come with a balcony or terrace where you can enjoy the views of the pool. They also have a satellite TV and air-conditioning. These sleep 3 with 1 child bed. 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.
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All I can say is Fab-u-Lous !!
Had an amazing time there with my girlfriend in late October-Early November !!
I cannot find a single fault in this place, & will definitely be goiing back there to this hotel again ! ( Something, I very rarely do )
The food was amazing in ALL the restaurant's, & nothing was too much trouble for the waiter's if you ever needed anything !
A choice of 3 Huge pool's, all fabulous, but we chose the Relax pool most days, as we had no children with us, the pool Staff, Mini Mo, Mahmoud, & Ahmed were all lovely people, who supplied us with Coctail's, Cold Flannels, & anything you needed, with a huge Smile ! Lovely people !!
We also upgraded the last 2 days of our holiday, to the "Honeymoon Suite" which is absolutely out if this world !! ( I can highly recommend it )
All in all, we both had a fantastic time, & thoroughly enjoyed ourselves !
Thanks again guys, you will definitely be seeing us again real soon !!
Steve & Jo.
stevengF831DI, Kent, United Kingdom
ROBB has definitely become our 2nd home !!
It the 2nd time in a row to spend my wedding anniversary vacation in the amazing ROBB.
Everything was really perfect, the room was clean, spacious and so comfortable as usual.
Again we were dazzled by one of the nicest spots for snorkeling and diving in Sharm El Sheikh. We enjoyed and never get bored of going to snorkeling every morning. Irresistible view at "Infinity Pool" especially during the sunset.
Although there were not much varieties of food menu in the 3 meals, but the quality of food was very good and tasty. Can't wait to be back there on our next vacation !More
G_Samir, Cairo, Egypt
Recently returned from Sharm el sheikh
The hotel was located by some of the best views you could wish for and all the areas around the pools and gardens were well maintained and spotlessly clean
The staff throughout the hotel were polite could not do enough to make sure you had the best of holidays
The beach area was first class as was the snorkeling with easy access from the pontoon
The Thompson Rep's were very helpful and professional in dealing with the difficult situation in Sharm
Would recommend this hotel to anyone wanting a sun and beach holidayMore
J37QUterryg, Porthcawl, United Kingdom
Recently returned from our 12th visit to Egypt, our 2nd time at the ROBB. As with last year, the staff are just the best, so friendly and helpful â we did notice that there seemed to be slightly less staff around, but this didnât really affect us.
We e-mailed before our holiday and requested a quiet room near the relax pool and were happy our request was accommodated â lovely room â felt even bigger than last year.
I wonât go on with a huge review of the room, hotel and amenities as I did that in my previous review. I know some reviewers have said that the roomsâ need some TLC and I would say the only thing I can think of to improve the room would be a possible deep clean of the grouting in the bathroom â other than that, it was perfectly ok for us.
Our room was kept very clean, our towels changed frequently and we were not disturbed by anything or anyone. A big thank you to our room cleaner who went above and beyond with the beautiful towel displays â especially on my birthday.
The Seabreeze Restaurant was closed last year, but I did actually manage to have one fairly late breakfast there.
This year we decided to try the Kebabgi Restaurant which we hadnât got round to last year, but it was closed and being totally refurbished. I look forward to trying it next time.
Finally persuaded my husband to take a try-dive, which he loved, and then to go on and pass his open water PADI. Everyone in the ROBB Dive Centre was fantastic, really friendly and helpful and my husband is totally hooked now, really sulked on his last day as he was unable to dive. He is looking forward to returning next year to dive some more.
All the A La Carte restaurants were fine as usual â big thank you to Reda for the smashing birthday cake in the Italian and for the lovely singing.
Another big thanks you to Abdel and Sobhy at the front of the hotel and the guys who play the small drums for singing happy birthday too! Such a lovely surprise.
Fady was wonderful in the reception area and brought us our drinks every evening with a smile and a laugh.
The guys in the Seaview main restaurant work so hard to ensure you have everything you need â too many to name.
Only managed to get a sunbed at the relax pool on 2 occasions as the beds are all reserved by about 6.30am! No one is on the beds, just towels â a shame, but hey â we go to see the sea, so we were happy to go straight to the beach!
On a more serious note, this hotel has possibly the best house reef in Sharm el Sheikh â having said that, I am seriously concerned that if the hotel and tour operators do not do something soon to educate the guests, then the reef could be irreparably ruined. When coral is touched or stepped on it dies â end of story. It can also slice through skin like a razor if the tide is low and someone is silly enough to snorkel over it or walk on it.
Sitting on the beach, day after day, I saw guest after guest entering the sea and stepping over the roped-off area with the yellow bouys and walking straight across the coral and snorkelling and then walking back again. There was only one member of staff on the jetty and one in the towel hut and they were both constantly running out trying to stop the people they saw, whistles blowing, but it was happening so often and they were busy, it was impossible to stop everyone. One of the towel guys even slipped and cut himself trying to stop one couple from possibly injuring themselves on the coral. My husband has already noticed certain beautiful areas of the coral that have died since last year. There are small notices, in English only, just by the small coves that lead to the sea and by the jetty, but itâs obviously not enough. There is another sign in other languages by the Royal Tents â but not many people use that area of the beach and the ones who did, ignored it. Many guests, like me, were shouting and gesturing to try and stop people, but we were ignored a lot of the time.
The hotel needs to give out literature on arrival to all guests; have some information in the rooms and put up more signs. Perhaps a simple map to show red areas which are not to be entered and blue areas for swimming and snorkelling â surely this would be better and understandable for all nationalities. Information should be included from holiday companies and given out at welcome meetings. Everyone needs to take responsibility to keep this fantastic reef in good condition.
This hotel is so wonderful and the staff so friendly and this is why guests return year after year. My heart goes out to all the staff there and I am totally convinced that as soon as the flights are up and running once more, the ROBB will have all the guests back again.More
GinaG, Welwyn Garden City, United Kingdom
September 2015 Holiday
Great holiday and Hotel, the staff were very friendly, Spa excellent, plenty of pools and large beach. The food was very good and there was also a choice of a la Carte Restaurants but book early for these. The animation team were very good and enthusiastic but special mention goes out to Ksusha Strogaia who always had a smile for us and arranged for a Birthday Cake made of towels for Karen one morning complete with singing and clapping - nice touch. Ksusha would be an asset to any entertainment business. ðMore