This place is in a great setting if you want to make the most of Sharm’s holiday vibe. It’s only a few minutes’ walk to the epicentre, Naama Bay, which is packed with shops, bars and restaurants.
Then there’s the beach to consider. This part of Egypt is known for its clear waters teeming with fish and coral. The hotel has its own private stretch, where you’ll find soft sands and a multi-coloured reef. It’s a great spot for snorkelling and diving.
Closer to home, you’ve got the hotel’s pool scene. There’s a large, lagoon-shaped pool, plus 2 smaller ones with a swim-up bars. What’s more, children have a pool to themselves. Loungers and raffia sun shades frame the pools.
On the subject of food, you can look forward to pile-your-plate buffets at the main restaurant. The menu’s made up of international flavours. Or there’s an à la carte restaurant specialising in Italian dishes. Rounding things off is the lobby bar.
As for the bedrooms, they’re housed in low-rise whitewashed buildings that surround the pool. Creams and vanillas dominate the colour scheme, with bursts of colour coming from the bold red and orange soft furnishings. Extras include balconies, which overlook the pool area.
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Food & Drink
|Dining options||Breakfast||Lunch||Evening meal||Drinks||Snacks, Icecream|
Full board breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks and 1 visit to the à la carte restaurant. Local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, tea, coffee and water. Snacks at set times.
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2 outdoor pools
With swim-up bars and they're surrounded by a large sun terrace with lots of space for sunbeds and parasols.
Pico pool bar
For drinks and snacks.
Jasmine international buffet restaurant
For buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.
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great visit friendly staff
The hotel is really nice its not the best equipped the entertainment left somethings to be desired but the staff are fantastic our waiter chris was great and the deputy manager of hospitality really made me and my girlfriends stay brilliant nothing seemed like too much effort for them.More
GinaxLian, Margate, United Kingdom
lovely hotel in perfect location with amazing staff
Just spent two weeks in room 2323, overlooking the quiet pool. The staff at this hotel did everything possible to make sure we had the most perfect holiday. Our room was spacious and very clean and very comfortable. Every day we had our room cleaned and change of towels. We would return to find the most spectacular towel art on our bed. We had so much choice on the menu each day, and the food is excellent and freshly cooked. Every member of staff was so helpful and just couldn't do enough for us. Nothing was too much trouble. The restaurant staff are amazing, and Mohammed made the most amazing strawberry daiquiri cocktails each night. Directly across the road from the hotel is one of their private beaches. The atmosphere is relaxing, and you can chill by a beach bar, eat or just sunbathe. There is a shuttle bus that is operated by he hotel and it is free. It runs approx every hour to the hotels second beach which is called windy beach. Just ten minutes away, and you can relax beside the beach. There is a bar, lots of seating, sun beds and great music playing. Just walk into the sea to knee height and you will be surrounded by the most beautiful fish. Great for snorkelling. This really has been the most amazing holiday and we can't wait to go back. We wouldn't hesitate on staying at this hotel again. Must mention that the trips are very affordable too. We spent £95 per person in total to swim with dolphins, which was so memorable, and quad bike in the desert, along with a city tour and a trip to soho square. Not bad value at all. Definately barter when buying anything at all, as they seem to start off with a ridiculous price and then ask what you want to pay. I would offer about a quarter of what they ask and always meet very close to that, but never more than half way. Also, take some British pound coins and tip. We tipped the pool bar staff who always came over to us to take our order and bring our drinks and food, the cleaner who made the most amazing towel art and kept our room in squeaky clean condition, and the restaurant staff who only had to be told once what our favourite drink was and would never forget. On my partners birthday they came out with a cake complete with candle and they all sang happy birthday in English and then Egyptian. More
Sharonelaine35, Bristol, United Kingdom
good but run down
What makes this hotel special is the staff , they are the best i have come across. They will remember your room number, what you drink with your meal and what your favourite tipple is, among other things. I greatly enjoyed my stay there . The hotel needs maintenance but this is mostly cosmetic.It's clean, comfortable and the food is 5* , I cannot recommend this hotel enoughMore
2308Maggie, Peel, United Kingdom
lots of steps
We were at the hotel for 5 days before being moved My husband is in a wheelchair and we could get from our room to the resturant not what you want on a holiday We were also put beside the noisy russians and got very little sleep due to very loud talking and parties. NOT SUITABLE FOR ANYONE WITH WALKING DIFFICULTIES The rooms were nice clean and bedding and towels changed daily Pool man and pool barman looked after us but every thing was in there time food was good but we were in bed by 10 o'clock when the resturant closed and then awake all night I would reccommend this hotel to able bodied people who like russiansMore
sheforr, northumberland England
We travelled to The Rosetta & Jasmine on Feb 27th 2014 with a group of friends for my 50th birthday and like so many others on Tripadvisor we were a little concerned after reading some very mixed reviews,well i am pleased to say our concerns were misplaced as we had a fantastic holiday. The staff at this hotel would grace any 5 star establishment anywhere in the world,we were treated like royalty and made to feel special by everyone who works there.Nothing is too much trouble for them and even though many of them work 7am - 10pm seven days a week and for very little money they never stopped smiling and seemed to honestly enjoy the friendly fun and banter with all the guests (except the Russians but i will touch on them later).We tipped the pool guy,the pool bar guy,the cleaner and the waiting staff 20 Egyptian pounds ( £2) everyday and they were worth every penny. The rooms are pretty standard but have everything you need for your stay and for once in our travels there were no problems with the air conditioning and as the temperature hit the mid 30s during our stay and about 20 degrees at night it was great to be able to sleep in comfort.The beds are firm and very comfortable,there is a desk,a fridge and a couple of wardrobes and a television.The bathroom had a bath and a shower fitting (but no bath plug ?) and our towels and bedding were changed everyday.The cleaner does amazing things with the towels,turning them into crocodiles,dragonflys and even a peacock. The pool and surrounding area is really nice,although the bottom of the Jasmine pool could do with a re-paint as most of the blue has peeled off and looks a little unsightly.Every morning at 7am the pool towel guy would set up our chairs and lay out our towels ready for us and the pool barman was always on hand with drinks.The drinks come in very small cups but if you take some plastic pint glasses with you he will happily fill them with beer or spirits for you all day. The restaurant is very nice although it could do with a little makeover and some of the chairs and tables have seen better days.The food is fine with a good selection served buffet style and even if you are a bit of a fussy eater like me there is always something for you to eat. There are a couple of bars available for having a few drinks in the evening and unlike many countries you are allowed to smoke which was a pleasant surprise.If you are a football fan then "The Star Bar" next to the hotel has all the English Premier League games or you can walk down the road to Naama Bay which takes less than 10 mins and go to "The Camel Bar" which is run by a couple of English guys and has about 20 large screen showing all the football from around Europe but is quite an expensive place to drink (£10 for a double vodka and Redbull). Naama bay is a crazy,hectic,eye opening place to visit with shops selling every fake designer item you can think of and all the usual trinkets and tat that we all love to bring back from our holidays but be prepared as the traders who swarm all over you the whole time you are there can seem quite aggresive and will try to lead you by the arm into their shop but if you smile and just say "No Thankyou" they just as quickly leave you alone and look for their next target.Nothing is priced and you barter for every item which is actually great fun and sometimes you do get some terrific bargains especially on gold and silver jewellery. Although we did not visit the hotels own beach we were told by other guests that it is a bit Jekyll and Hyde with the corals and marine life being unbelievable but the beach area being a little dirty with swarms of flies and also very expensive to eat and drink.The mosquitos at the hotel are more like flying sharks and will devour you at every opportunity,British repellant does not work and you need to visit the local pharmacy and purchase a can of a spray called "Off" which makes a huge difference and forces the mossies to wave the white flag and retreat very quickly. I now want to touch on a problem at the hotel which we and all the other guests and staff had an issue with and that is......The Russians......There is no doubt they are the rudest and most incosiderate people we have ever met,they never speak to you and strut around like they own the place.They have loud music on from early in the morning until very late at night and even when some guests politely asked them to turn it down so that they could sleep they just ignored them and turned it up even louder and they treat the staff like dogs never tipping and instead of asking for things,they demand it,even the traders in Naama dont bother trying to sell them anything and many of the guys in the shops told us that they wished that they would just all go home.I think that the hotel should look at trying to keep a seperate pool and accomodation area for the Russians as they clearly do not understand how to be civilised like all the other nationalities who visit the hotel. To sum up The Rosetta & Jasmine is a real gem of a 3 star hotel situated in a perfect position within Sharm and with staff that will make you want to go back there again.It could possibly do with a little updating here and there but please dont believe all the bad reviews as this hotel is well worth a visit......Roll on next year !!!!!.More
Andy G, Bournemouth, England, United Kingdom
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