Reef Oasis Blue Bay Resort and Spa  

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.

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Food & Drink

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

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.  Hot snacks.

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Main outdoor pool

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.

Thalasso Spa & Wellness Centre*

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.

Outdoor leisure pool

The leisure pool is the place to go for fun, laughs and spills. With a flume and two slides to keep everyone happy, there are also terraces for loungers and sunbathing.

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double room

These contemporary double rooms with their clean lines and complementary soft furnishings sleep up to three people.

deluxe double room with pool view

These contemporary deluxe double rooms with a pool view come with clean lines and complementary soft furnishings. They sleep two adults and one child with a double bed plus an extra child's bed. As a extra the room includes one laundry service a week.

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Amazing hotel !,,,

My family and I have just returned after another amazing holiday in this hotel. We had the children with us this time and the staff and everyone were so nice to them and made their holiday a great experience for them. My daughter Wendy and son-in-law have been 7 times and my husband and myself 3 times it just gets better all the time. We renewed our vows when we were there and the staff made it all the more special to us. We all can't recommend this hotel enough . We spoke to the head chef while we were there (Raymond) he couldn't have been nicer , if there was anything we needed we just had to ask. The food has always been good but we found this year a lot better than the last time we were there . There r so many people we could mention but we would be here forever all the staff are amazing, and a wee special thanx to Annie for all the help she gave us when we were renewing our vows xx we spent the last 2 nights in the honeymoon suite room (8000) courtesy of my daughter and son-in-law, so glad to have experienced this we would highly recommend this to anyone who is thinking of booking for this xxMore

HELEN D, Glasgow, United Kingdom

Great stay at Reef Oasis Blue Bay in Sharm El Sheik

A fantastic hotel if you want the all inclusive experience. The grounds are idyllic, the accommodation was good, the food was excellent and the staff were brilliant. The all inclusive beer and wines were acceptable and it was never too much trouble to get the kids milkshakes or hot chocolates. We stayed two weeks and by the end of the stay most of the regular staff knew us all by name and couldn't do enough to help. WiFi is available around the central part of the complex but not in the rooms. Power points are limited if you have lots of devices to charge. The dive school was also great, very professional and helpful. the snorkelling on the house reef is fantastic and so convenient with the lift down the cliff to the beach!More

Nigel M, Belfast, United Kingdom

Amazing holiday

I stayed at ROBB for 7 days in July 2015. The hotel accommodation is excellent, the rooms maybe a little tired in decor but they are still very nice. The facilities are brilliant with exceptional pools and the beach is stunning with the sea teeming with coral and exotic fish. The food is outstanding with something and somewhere for everybody for all tastes and occasions. The staff make this place truly outstanding with everybody being so friendly and all going the extra mile to make sure your every need is met. I don't usually go back to places I have been before but I can definitely see myself returning to this enchanting place in the not too distant future.More

boltonrick, Bolton

great experience

We spent a week there. We enjoyed our stay very much. Room was vwery clean, luxurious and spacious. Pool nice and diverse. Restaurants served excellent food (honorable mention to the italian one). Staf f was friendly and polite. Having a bus touring the resort for transportation wad also a nice and important addition. Animation team was very lively. We much enjoyed the oriental night in particular. Only downside wad the shoppung area.More

Hany N, Cairo, Egypt

Thanks for Another Great Holiday!

Just got back from 10 days at this lovely resort, our second time here and just as good as the first. The first question I keep getting asked is “Is Sharm safe?” In my opinion “Yes definitely”. We felt nothing but welcome, safe and protected even on the odd occasion we strayed away from the tourist track. Not a hint of threat, danger, crime, even short-changing or overcharging. So I’d say to anyone having reservations about visiting the region, don’t give it a second thought, I felt far safer here than I do at home in the UK. From my point of view the Reef Oasis can attribute a lot of its success to the hard work and dedication of the staff, not just the front of house but also the less obvious members, the gardeners, engineers, maintenance crew, cleaners etc, their commitment is 100%, they’re always friendly, polite & courteous and keep every area of the resort in superb condition. Although I’ll mention a few names in this review it should in no way detract from the effort shown by those not directly named here, they all contributed to the success of our holiday. Before we left home we emailed Angie on the front desk to request the same room as we had last year (3122 as the balcony opens out onto the steps of the Relax Pool and if you’re lucky you can pick up the wifi from the pool bar in the room!) and as expected this had all been taken care of when we checked in. She and her team are very efficient and were always on the ball with every request we made. Our room was kept immaculate by Mohamed who quietly and quickly kept our room spotless and well stocked everyday like some sort of hotel ninja! We spent most of our time by the Relax Pool being well catered for by the charming Mina & Little Mo who kept us refreshed and hydrated along with smiles and laughs all day despite the heat and some very demanding guests. Everything else poolside was taken care of by Mustafa “Boss of Towels” who was on his feet all day constantly refreshing towels, shunting sun beds, cleaning sunglasses, and handing out fruit kebabs, icey flannels and some hilarious relationship advice! My wife had her birthday while we were there and they all spoiled her all day even going as far as decorating her umbrella with hearts and balloons. The boys at the Relax Pool would comfortably fit into any hotel anywhere in the world and I hope the ROBB management appreciate how lucky they are to have them. When not at the pool we’d be at the excellent dive centre, my daughter took the PADI open water and PADI advanced open water courses under the patient and thorough supervision of the entire staff, most notably Ayman and Nazeem who guided her through every step of the process. For anyone that’s never done it before I can thoroughly recommend diving off the resorts reef, it’s quite simply breathtaking and no visit here would be complete without at least snorkelling round it. We ate in the Seafood, Italian, and French restaurants most nights where the food was superb and the service first class. We did eat in the buffet occasionally which offers a fairly high standard and wide variety of dishes. I did hear a few grumbles about it but as Exec Chef Raymond goes to great lengths to explain, they have to cater for a broad spectrum of diners from all over the world and its hard to please all of the people all of the time so you have to have a degree of sympathy with them. But if there’s anything you’d like to see on the menu, or things you are not happy with then just ask Raymond and he’ll make it happen. And therein lies the beauty of this hotel, the department heads are permanently visible and very approachable and they will bend over backwards to make your stay a memorable one, the sort of service no other Hotels in this realistic price range comes close to offering. If I did have one complaint it was the hotel doctor. I had a visit from him after hurting my ears while diving and was very disappointed with his attitude which seemed solely focused on how much he could screw out of my insurance company rather than my condition. He certainly knew the word “Insurance” but unfortunately his limited English didn’t extend to “I have a £250 excess” so I personally had to pay him nearly £200 for 20 minutes of his time and a fivers worth of pharmaceuticals”. Particularly galling when I found out later that I could have seen a local specialist for as little as 35 euros including transfers. But that’s the price of an education I guess! A couple of tips: The wifi works better when less people are using it so steer clear of reception during the evenings as battalions of kids rinsing it means it’s like the old days of dial up! Instead head over to the Relax Pool bar area where you’ll have that connection to yourself and it’s far quicker. We also discovered that the hotel laundry will wash and press a whole bag of clothes for 20 euros (plus a little tip) To our surprise they came back all neatly folded in plastic bags or on hangers in cellophane covers so we could just stick them straight in the cases and hang them up as soon as we got home all ready for next year! What more can I say other than thank you to all the staff of ROBB, we’ll see you next year!More

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Reef Oasis Blue Bay Resort and Spa
Rated: 4.5 /5 based on 5063 customer reviews
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