This grand hotel has it all – a great pool scene, first-class restaurants, a sandy beach and even its own ‘souk’.
It’s hard to know where to start with this place. The four pools are spectacular – one comes with an 82-metre waterslide. It’s also home to some of the smartest bars and restaurants in Sharm El Sheikh.
The hotel looks out over Gardens Bay, with its world-famous coral reef. There’s a diving centre on the beach, with plenty of watersports, and an in-house ‘souk’ with shops, cafés and live entertainment.
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Half Board bookings get a daily credit allowance of 240 Eegyptian pounds for summer 2015 holidays
Full Board bookings include a daily credit allowance of 140 Egyptian pounds for summer 2015 holidays
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3 outdoor pools
The main pool comes complete with rocky edges and water cascades. And children are well catered for, with a corkscrew waterslide.
Club Olympus fitness centre and spa*
The fitness centre and spa comes with a gym, beauty salon, sauna, whirlpool bath, steam room and a menu of body treatments like Egyptian herbal massage, aromatherapy massage, reflexology and a Cleopatra milk body wrap.
The café is open daily for breakfast and dinner with show cooking.
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These twin rooms with their contemporary décor and soft furnishings come with a sea view. They sleep up to three with twin beds, ceiling fan, bathrobes, slippers and luxury toiletries.
twin with limited sea view
These twin rooms with their contemporary décor and soft furnishings come with a limited sea view. They sleep up to three with twin beds, ceiling fan, bathrobes, slippers and luxury toiletries.
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If i look in all dictionary to find a word to describe it u won't find one that's enough to exprese how beauuuuuutiful it is... it's way beyond all expectations.. huuuge piece of heaven.. EVERYTHING IS JUST PERFECT; Location, rooms, entertainment, hospitality, wiiiiide variety of more than delicious cuisines, so many restaurants & so many spots to spend the day, unbelievably various &huge breakfast buffet that looks more like a lunch, royal architecture and details, royal spa, priceless view from room, perrrfectly maintained grass, flowers& trees, fountains everywhere, 4 pools & large sand shore, private areas for kids, very quiet, super clean, generous & adorable staff, positive vibes, LUXURY at its PEAK .. I had the best 5 nights of my life with my husband in this incredible resort, where i couldn't wait to come back everytime we went out for some other place outside..More
Perhaps not quite 5 star
Having been to 5* resorts in the middle east and far east be aware that Egyptian 5* is not of the same standard - we found it to be more of a very good 4*. The hotel itself is quite dated and when we were told it was one of the first to be built in Sharm 25 years ago it showed. The standard sea view rooms are good but not exceptional - we did ask to be moved as our first room has a 'glimpse' of the sea but also a lot of roof tops and an empty shell where building seems to have stopped along the bay. The hotel were very good and moved us but the picture of the sea view room shown on the website is DEFINITELY not what you get! Wish we had picked a deluxe room but not sure if any more updated or modern. The breakfast is fantastic and make sure you get there early for a table outside and check out the omelette chef - so skilled and like a juggling magician!. Lunch in the beach restaurant also fabulous but dinner options disappointing - the Souk is ok but gets boring after a couple of nights and counting out coins a real pain when there are 4 of you - we never seemed to all sit down together and also we were unlucky to have poor and windy weather so had to sit under patio heaters with coats on. The buffet on the restaurant was dreadful and nothing like others we have been to in resorts elsewhere. So, due to the poor weather we ate in the Thai most nights as it was the only indoor option and was very good but quite limited for menu and all the food quite expensive for dinner (Â£70-90 per night for 4 of us) We always make sure we have a tennis courts and they were good but we could not believe we had to pay Â£8 for a court in a 5* hotel!! Also the quality of the rackets and balls was disgraceful - they definitely need updating especially when you have to pay! The squash courts were great and new table tennis bats delivered when we were there and that was fab. On a positive note the service was FANTASTIC and we could not fault the friendliness and helpful staff. In particular Reda around the top pool was a star and looked after us so well and was so lovely- thank you. The Spa was brilliant and because of the weather got a lot of custom from us - Pie gave the best massages outside of Thailand and for a tiny thai lady had amazing strength. We didn't go out of the resort as had been warned about taxis and being hassled. Perhaps we should have to experience some other dinner options. If you just want a week by a pool then this hotel is great and in a beautiful setting but if you want adventure and to get out and about maybe Sharm not the place to go. We were very unlucky with the weather and never thought we would get a day of rain in the desert but it was only February.More
White144, Harrogate, United Kingdom
It was a lovely resort with a huge sprawling campus! The flip side follows with maintenance of such a huge resort and though it wasn't perfect, the team immediately took notice of anything that you would raise.. Typical Hyatt style! Loved the connectivity between the beach and the resort! Breakfast was also good with a good spread (nearly identical on all the days, but that's fine), excellent hospitality of the staff! More
Kaushik B, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
You get what you pay for
Overall this is a great resort. The breakfast was very good and the variety was large enough that no one got bored in 7 days we were there. We had sea view rooms and they were full on sea view. In fact I would estimate that most of the rooms have a marginally obstructed sea view with a number of rooms having full on sea view. I would not want a garden view of a first floor on rooms in the main complex. Sea facing rooms on the 1st floor of all but the first row of buildings would be almost certainly have a fully obstructed view of the sea. The trick to getting so many rooms with a sea view is; the resort is built on the side of a hill. I'd estimate that from the beach to reception is close to 9 floors of stairs. My iPhone was registering an average of more than 20 flights of stairs covered on a daily basis. One day I topped out at 34 flights of stairs. There are elevators about but we didn't find them so convenient so if you have a problem with stairs, you might want to consider another hotel. One of the biggest advantages is direct access to the coral reef. It's literally a few meters off of the beach. There is a jetty that goes out beyond the reef. The fish in that area are very colorful. I think I saw a black tipped reef shark but it was a very brief sighting so difficult to confirm. On day one we decided on massage and a trip to the beauty salon. The package was sold to us by Ahmed. He often stopped by when we were sitting by the pool just to answer any questions we had, offered good suggestions about things to do and restaurants that were suitable for our sensitive tummies. All in all a great place to say. Staff is very friendly and helpful. The only real problem we had was with keys for the doors. We made several trips to reception to get the keys fixed. But that was a fairly minor problem to deal with.More
We spent a week at this beautiful hotel and we enjoyed every moment of it. The staff was very helpful, very friendly. We enjoyed our massages and special treatments at the Jasmine beauty salon the staff was very well organized and had good skills. The two women in the salon were very competent. Ahmed the sales man was helpful and polite he was good at arranging my whole families beauty appointments. In the salon he worked well with his team mates, was very professional. The breakfast choice had a vide variety the cooks and chef's were good. Can't wait to go back.More
Andrea P, Budapest, Hungary
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