The Hyatt Regency Sharm El Sheikh  

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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Honeymoon Offer

Honeymoons get a room upgrade - subject to availability, and welcome amenity on arrival.

Food & Drink

Bed and Breakfast

Buffet breakfast.

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks, Icecream
Half Board

Half Board bookings get a daily credit allowance of 240 Eegyptian pounds for summer 2015 holidays   

Full Board

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.

Café Fresco*

The café is open daily for breakfast and dinner with show cooking.

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twin room

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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Wonderful Hotel Wonderful Holiday

Just returned from this lovely hotel. It was my 5th visit and it never disappoints. The staff are the most helpful and friendly people you could wish to meet. Nothing is too much effort or trouble for them. The rooms, pools and public areas including the beach are all beautifully cleaned and the gardens and grounds are a joy. There is a real sense that the staff are proud of their hotel and want the guests to have a great holiday there. The food was excellent regardless of where we ate and the service was always speedy and with a smile. We had a week of total relaxation without one ounce of stress and will be returning as soon as humanly possible. Thank you once again HR it really is a special hotel.More

PodSteelCity, Steel City

An excellent hotel - but not top class

I spent one week at this hotel, staying from monday night till monday morning. The first impression was that this hotel is huge! If you want to go to Egypt and just want to stay in bed/near the pool/at the beach, then this hotel is perfect. We had the king size room, the window was towards the ocean, however we only saw the neighboring complex of rooms. Still, the room was larger than expected, and contained everything we needed for our stay, except clothes off course... The shampoo, lotion and body soaps were fantastic. My girlfriend instantly fell in love with the dead sea mud soap that were in our rooms. And if she's happy, then I'm happy! The poolside restaurant was cheap and has large enough portions to give you energy througout the day. The beach restaurant was a bit overprised, we're talking a bit above norwegian prices for something you can get at a fast food diner. We ate at the thai-restaurant which was a real treat, however the spicy food was more than I could handle, and I would caution everyone who doesn't like spicy food to stay away (even the "not so spicy" ones were a bit to spicy). But this only comes down to taste, I'm not used to spicy food. The breakfast buffet were a treat. You can find almost whatever your heart desires. We also ordered room service, which had high standard. I actualy suspect the food was freshly made on demand. The staff was polite and welcoming. However, something changed after friday. Probably the hotel had received more guests. The staff were no longer saying "hello" or "good morning". I even waited for an eternity just to talk with the clerk in the lobby. Like the others, he saw me, and then started shuffling some papers and stuff. The waiters also impressed me less after friday. It could be that I was used to the politeness in the beginning, however I do expect some service at a hotel of this class. Then there was this guy who sells sand in bottles (you know the colorful ones?) He never takes no for an answer. This is someone I'd expect to meet at the market in Old Town, never in Hyatt. The day after the same guy was there, this time continuing to try to initiate a conversation even when me and my brother had walked 7 meters past him... The result was that my girlfriend didn't want to go outside alone whenever she had to go to the mini market. I also made a complaint to the hotel, however I saw him doing the same thing to a begian couple two days later. So I guess the hotel chose to ignore my complaint. All in all, the hotel was a huge hotel that really impressed the first days, then disappointed me the days before I left. Oh! And the housekeeping! Almost forgot it. On our day of arrival I found pee stains and bits of paper on the toilet bowl. Out of curiousity, I left it to see when it would be removed. On the same day the housekeeper was changed (I believe 3 or 4 days after our arrival), the bowl was sparkling! And the new housekeeper, Saad (I believe that was his name), should be employee of the month or something. Nothing was a problem for him, he always smiled, had the time to chat, and was professional at all times. 5-star housekeeping after he arrived! I believe I will return if I ever travel to sharm again. Would have given 5-stars if the staff had kept the same level throughout the week. The sand seller was enough for me wanting to give it 3-stars(I hate getting nagged on during holidays), however the new housekeeper really saves the hotel (after all I sleep in the room, I live in the room after hours of sunbathing).More

Daniel A,

Leave your Stress Behind

My husband and I recently spent a week at the Hyatt Regency Sharm El Sheikh Resort Egypt. We stayed there 5th to 12th February 2015. The hotel was very impressive and is approached by a very long drive, so well away from traffic. From the minute we arrived we were treated like VIP's by the hotel staff. Quite frankly they couldn't do enough for us. There is a superb range of restaurants to choose from and we tried them all. All the staff were extremely attentive and in particular in the Thai restaurant and the Souk. I had an unfortunate incident on our first visit to the Thai restaurant, when I got a piece of food stuck sideways in my throat. Younis, the restaurant manager immediately came to my aid, first of all making me hot ginger and honey tea, and rice rolled into balls. Eventually I was able to dislodge the piece of food and Younis immediately replaced our starter with a delicious coconut soup. Younis remained so calm and professional which meant a lot to me during that scary experience. The only criticism we have is that we booked full board, they don't do all inclusive. We were each given an allowance for lunch and dinner, breakfast was amazing and I didn't have to tot up how much I had spent. When we came to check out however, we were aware that we would have to pay for all drinks, but the bill appeared to be higher than we had thought. It would appear that our allowance did not cover us for ice creams, or dessert items, even though we might not have used up your full allowance for that particular meal. In the Souk restaurant we were given a number of tokens which we used each time we ordered our food, and we could use our tokens to cover ice creams and desserts. We really think that the powers that be should look into this, as it slightly marred what was altogether a perfect holiday. The room we were given was perfect, the swimming pools were amazing and the Hotel altogether oozed cleanliness and visibly sparkled. Just like the smiles of the staff.More

Carol M, London, United Kingdom

One of the best Hotels in Sharm

Following the closure of the Ritz-Carlton we need to find another hotel that would be as good for our annual February visit. The Hyatt Regency was our choice and proved to be far better than we had expected. The staff in all departments were wonderful, nothing too much trouble and always very friendly and professional. The Regency Club Lounge is excellent in all aspects from its amazing staff and food to all its facilities: Private Pool (huge area served brilliantly by Shabaan) and Private beach with complimentary drinks area. The main Buffet restaurant, Café Fresco, is far better than most of the buffets we have experienced before and boasts a brilliant Chef in Mahmoud. Sala Thai Restaurant is also very good with authentic Thai dishes (and not very expensive). We were a little disappointed with the Souk restaurants, We liked the novel dining experience but not impressed with quality of the food or the pricing. Our overall experience with the Hyatt Regency was wonderful and better than the Ritz-Carlton in most aspects. We would definitely recommend paying extra to have the Regency Lounge and all its benefits and we shall certainly be returning next year!More

Danny D, Bishops Stortford, United Kingdom

Winter break

Just returned from 14 night stay at HYATT Regency. We upgraded at time of booking to their REGENCY CLUB, which was real value for the additional cost. The CLUB area entitles you to a separate & private area of the complex providing pool, beach area & access to superb snorkelling/diving off a coral reef right on the beach. Breakfasts are provided in the Clubhouse as is a 2 hour evening buffet & drinks, which is all part of the cost. Garges pours a wicked G & T !!!!!!! The food is excellent and nicely varied, always fresh. The Club team led by Garges is superb, very attentive & caring. Nothing is too much trouble. They all are a great credit & make for a wonderful holiday experience. Recommend this for a totally relaxed & rewarding holiday.More

David C, Penarth

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