Xperience St. George Homestay  


Just ten minutes from the Red Sea’s famous shoreline, the Xperience St. George Homestay is one of those all-rounders that ticks all the right boxes. One glance will tell you that water plays an important part here.

The pool scene is the centrepiece and you’ll probably want to spend a large portion of your holiday here – when you’re not taking the bus to the beach that is. There are two turquoise stunners to choose from plus a smaller one for the little ones. And they’re framed by roomy, palm-peppered terraces so you won’t have to fight for a spot in the sun either. When you’re ready for a drink, two pool bars complete this rather seductive picture.

Talking of food, the main restaurant does a great buffet. Pile your plate high with pasta, salads, meat and fish. Or plump for a meal in the à la carte and sit back while the waiters bring your order to you. Afterwards, make the most of the hotel’s entertainment, which includes Egyptian folklore and belly dancing. Or call a taxi and head into Naama Bay, the resort’s buzzing centre which sits just ten minutes away.

When you’re ready to retire to your room, you’ll be glad to hear a peaceful haven awaits. All white-washed walls and cool tile floors, each one comes with air-conditioning, a satellite TV and – the pièce de résistance – your own balcony or terrace. If you’re coming to the Red Sea Riviera with relaxation on your mind, this place is pretty hard to beat.

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Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks, Icecream
All Inclusive

Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.  Selected local-brand alcohol and soft drinks 10.00-24.00. Tea and coffee 15.00-17.00.  Snacks 15.00-17.00 Ice-cream for children 15.00-17.00.

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Outdoor Mermaid pool

The Mermaid pool is open to all and is lively. Children must be supervised by an adult at all times and parasols, sunbeds and towels are provided.

La Princesse buffet restaurant

Offering breakfast, lunch and dinner. Any gluten or wheat-free dishes can be prepared on request, just let the restaurant staff know. Themed evening buffets are put on so you can enjoy trying a different cuisine while being away, expect Oriental, Italian and international evenings.

Nathan's international à la carte restaurant*

Steak, chicken and fish are just a few scrumptious dishes that are on the menu here. Also special themed meals are served once a week, either romantic or Egyptian dinners.

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double family room

Double family room sleeps up to 4.

twin room

Twin room sleeps up to 4 - can be sold as a single.

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Our first time at Egypt! Me, my sister and my mother all went. We went on 4 cruises (including the exclusive amazing Sunset Cruise) and we went to the coloured canyons of Dahab! We rode camels and snorkelled! The hotel was amazing! Everyone there was so friendly! The staff, the guests, all of them! (To Mina, Hima, Claire, Kimo, Misho, Carlos, all of you!) The rooms were really comfy too :) I definitely recommend this hotel! :DMore

sophiah371, Manchester, United Kingdom

Very Relaxing

We had a garden room which gave us a private balcony and put us close to the evening entertainment and the quiet pool. The room was kept very clean, it was comfortable and had everything needed. The meals were very good, an excellent choice for all meals, in the evening they had a different theme every night, Greek, French, Italian, Egyptian, Chinese, Indian etc... pretty much covered everything and all hot, no flies in the dining room and the staff were very attentive in terms of serving drinks and making sure that all food was refilled regularly. The bar service was excellent again with plenty of choice. The pool areas were really good, one pool had music, the sports and entertainment team and there were always plenty of sunbeds. We stayed by the quiet pool which was exactly that, very peaceful. Always sunbeds available, the staff would go over to anyone making noise and remind them this was the quiet pool, the staff were very attentive putting the parasols up, keeping the area clean and best of all handing out cocktails a few times a day and bringing round fruit, melon or chocolate covered strawberries. Evening entertainment was pretty much the usual stuff with an added bonus, Mon, Wed and Fri they had a live guitar/singer session near the dining room for a few hours as an addition to the evening entertainment which was great. This is a very relaxing hotel, I would definitely recommend it and have every intention of returning. The best bits being the quiet pool, the cocktails and fruit bought to your sun lounger and the guitarist.More

YaarkshireClan, York, United Kingdom

The friendly staff make the hotel

Just returned from 2 weeks at the St George . It is quite a small hotel with 2 pools , 1 main buffet restaurant and 1 bookable ( paid for) restaurant. It's main asset , apart from the unbelievable good weather, is the staff. They are the most friendly, helpful hotel staff that I have ever encountered and make your stay as pleasant as they can. However, there are certain things that I did not like. The food area was surprisingly small and I think that problems would occur if the hotel was full . The food was served hot, but was very repetitive and if you were a fussy eater, which I am, there would be times when it would be difficult to find something to eat. I don't understand why fries were only on the menu once or twice at lunch time and never in the evening? If you liked pasta and salad you would be fine. Breakfast was excellent as one would expect and the staff were very attentive. The quiet pool was exactly that , and was pleasant to sit around, and the main pool was noisy as was to be expected. My wife and only sat by the quiet pool were we were well looked after by the pool/ towel man and by the barman. We had booked a standard room but upgraded for £6 per night to a first floor room overlooking the quiet pool . The room was clean, the shower was excellent but we found the bed a little uncomfortable and the pillows were terrible , being about a foot thick and quite hard. Sleeping , was therefore a problem, not being helped by the heat and/or noisy air conditioning. Although I have stated certain things that did not suit my personal preferences this would not put me off from returning to this hotel again,although I would only go for 10 nights or so next time as I think that 2 weeks is too long.More

PETERDOGF, Wirral England


Based mainly on the excellent reviews we booked 10 nights from 7th Apr...1 night was all we could stand, the staff were rude and surly, room dismal so dark it was almost impossible to see, food unappetising and bland and was appalled to see chef picking up chops with his bare hands and putting them onto plates, the guests he was serving didn't seem to mind so perhaps when reading the excellent reviews the clientele of this hotel should be taken into account. The hotel was also noisy, reeked of unemptied ash trays and was poorly maintained, after one night we'd had enough and contacted the tour rep and requested a change of hotel, we upgraded to the excellent Hyatt Regency which we can't praise highly enough. Pros..though food was poor quality it was hot Bed was comfortable.More

lancashirelass01, Ashton-under-Lyne

Even Better!

After our last visit we didn't think things could get better but they have. There must be a new Manager there as the food has improved (the Steak and Kidney pie is to die for!!!); the staff learnt very quickly (within 24 hours) what the usual drinks request would be both in the restaurant and the bar; and the pool staff brought round either strawberries dunked in chocolate or melon chunks every afternoon at 3pm. If you want to keep this hotel almost 100% British guests, go there soon - the recent and on-going toubles mean that the hotel was 50% full at most times but there were a large contingent of Russians who have NO manners!! If the "Quiet Pool" is not quiet (young family invaded with lilos etc and were NOISY) make sure you tell management - it returns to being the Quiet Pool very soon. If you have youngsters, don't take them here - it is not geared up for them and they will get bored very quickly! Have a nice trip and (if we can stand the flight - 5½ hrs arriving Birmingham 2am) we will be back!More

Alan H, Blue Anchor, Minehead, United Kingdom

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