The Tropicana Azure Club is in the centre of Nabq Bay surrounded by a selection of shops and restaurants. It's just a ten-minute walk from a sandy beach that's shared with its sister hotel, the Tropicana Grand Azure. You get full use of the Grand Azure's beach bar, too. And in terms of what else there is to do, snorkelling is really popular – there’s a long jetty that juts out into the sea.
Back at the hotel, the swimming pool is the main talking point. It's huge and snakes its way under wooden bridges and around feature rocks. There's also a separate section of the pool for children, and a playground for little ones.
At mealtimes, the main buffet restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. And there’s an Italian and Chinese à la carte if you want a change of scene.
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner in the main restaurant. Snacks available at pool and beach bars from 11.00-17.00 Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee 10.00-24.00. Afternoon tea 16.00-17.00. Snacks 11.00-17.00. Afternoon tea 16.00-17.00.
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Heated from November to April at manager's discretion. With pool bar, sunbeds and parasols. The pool snakes its way under wooden bridges and around feature rocks.
International buffet restaurant
For buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Offering delicious international dishes.
With gym, sauna, massage and steam room.
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Now called 'Tirano Azure Club'
Just back from a two week stay and would have happily stayed for another month. This was our third time there in three years and we'll be going back next year, all being well. We were in breakfast by 7.00, on the bus for the 5 minute ride to the beach opposite (at the bigger, shabbier sister hotel, the Tirano Grand Azure) and on the beach by 8.10. With a breeze coming off the sea, it's perfect for sunbathing. The sea is warm, shallow and yet full of life, with a very unpredictable tide. You'll need beach shoes when paddling (£3 in the beach shop). Food, drinks, shisha pipes and camel rides are all there if you want them, and the Desert Rose dive centre. Go with mask and snorkel and search under the pier; you'll find moray eels, puffer fish, angel fish, parrot fish, lion fish, trunk fish and so much more; walk to the end of the pier, go out to the drop-off and you'll find the most beautiful reef, teeming with life and even bigger fish. In the shallows just before the reef starts you'll see plenty of large, colourful surgeon fish. The last bus back leaves at 5.30, so you can stay all day if you want to, as we did. Back at the Azure Club, hospitality is paramount; the staff could not be friendlier or more helpful. There are some great characters in the restaurant and the array of food for all three meals of the day is stunning. My wife has certain food allergies, so chef Ahmed cooked for us both personally and we felt like royalty. The rooms are more than big enough, with lovely big walk-in showers, with enough room for a beach volleyball team! In spite of what some reviews say, the pool was very clean and plenty big enough for some decent swimming. As for negative points, barely any; but we could do without the techno music played on occasions round the pool and the man who will try to sell you his perfumes in his shop just off the main foyer, who must have been a slippery eel in a previous life. If you need a chemist or medical advice, go over the road to the pharmacist there. He knows his stuff and will charge considerably less than the hotel doctor. Don't be surprised if he recommends an injection in the backside for your ailment; it's the done thing, and much preferable to suppositories which are all the rage in Spain, for example.More
auverne, London, United Kingdom
For all the families who have saved hard to come here if the swimming pool is important to you i would consider changing hotels before you arrive here. We moved after 4 days, but not before the rep tried to charge us £581 to move, thanks to the manager we were moved to the grand azure for free, but some people did move and had to pay. Our booking said twin room with garden view, we were put in a kingsize, which was nice but on the highest floor with a tiny balcony overlooking a road where they are doing building work. Also where the staff go up and down a cobbled road with a metal trolley at 6am every morning and it did wake us up. We told youseif that my husband was struggling with the stairs ( no lift ) as he has just had a tummy op 3 weeks before we came but it was only when i went to the front desk myself that they moved us straight away to a lovely ground floor room. Went for breakfast the next morning and that was our first experience fighting off the flies, eating as quick as possible so that we could get out of there. Awful. There are flies everywhere, not just in the dining room but all over the hotel and pool area. Obviously management can not help that sharm has a lot of flies around at the moment but there must be something they can do as other people we met on trips werent having that problem in their hotels. I also had over 70 mosquito bites, first time ive ever been bitten that much, been to sharm 8 times before and i always use the off spray. Management need to spray the garden areas with repellent for the mozzies and get automatic doors so that lobby doors arnt left open, this could cut down on the flies in the dining room. The food was average to good but the dining experience ruined by flies. The only entertainment during the day we saw around the pool was one girl who did 1 dance to 1 song every morning, never saw her do anything else so what a good job she has lol. The team were busy playing their taste in music ( very loud offensive rap lyrics ) and playing on a pool table next to the swimming pool, showing off to the young girls, they did play a darts game but that was it. The swimming pool is a disgusting mess. The paint has flaked off you are treading on rough concrete, lots of sharp cracks in it, and even though they say its treated and its ok there was no way i was going in it. Its not just the flaking paint, it is dirt , i put my foot into an area of the pool in the shallow end just to check and the dirt clouded the water. It is so sharp in places you would need water shoes. Even if its treated bits could go in kids ears etc and cause an infection. This needs closing and re surfacing. There is one other tiny pool but way to small and not enough sunbeds for more than a handful of guests. I feel so bad for all the families who are saving and looking forward to sitting by the pool while their kids play in it. We spoke to the manager who said it would need closing for 45 days to fix, so i thought ok then why havnt you done exactly that over the winter. The hotel was taken over on 1st of april by another hotel group, so maybe this is why. Management have told us that this hotel and the grand across the road (where we were moved to ) are going to be updated by new owners. Hope that this is done as hotels are in great location, just shameful condition. Maybe in a couple of years they will be worth another look. If you want to go to the beach from this hotel it is a walk across the road and through the grand azure to get to it, they do provide a bus to take you if u need it, you get a pass from reception to give to the gate men at the grand. This hotel provides free shuttle bus service to and from naama bay. Also we were unable to snorkel off the jetty, the jetty is the longest in sharm, but its so shallow you have to still walk over the corals to get deep enough water to swim in, lots did and there were lots of injurys as the coral and rocks are dangerous to walk on and several times walking down the jetty there were drips of blood from guests who did, as everyone knows we should not be walking on corals anyway as it will destroy them, we were told the jetty is going to be widened but can not be lengthened due to laws, so its still not going to be great for snorkelling off. As for the rep, Youseif, he asked us to pay the extra for moving and said that there was nothing else thomson could do, even when i said it is not as advertised, the pool is unusable. It was the manager who helped us to move not thomson. So to all going, be ready to pay extra or take water shoes and enter the pool at your own risk. Management were very good to us, moving our room to a lower floor, having a private chat about our complaints and then moving us for free. Other families were charged, that should not have happened, so if any family has been charged and wants to get in touch with us if we can help support you to claim your money back we will gladly do so.More
Had a great week here end of March. Had my birthday on the Friday and the staff in the Italian all came out and sang with a cake...The first two days of our holiday my husband and I kept comparing the Hotel with a 5 star one we had stayed in for our Honeymoon in September. sensatori its not, but it grew on us and thanks to the good company and friendly staff we thoroughly enjoyed. Must mention Ricky the new animation guy, He arrived half way through our holiday and us ladies of a certain age mothered him,we ensured he was settled in, using high factor suncream and supported him on his first moves on the dance floor. Go Ricky !! Take it for what it is, a holiday with perfect weather, friendly staff and a perfect place for meeting people as everything is centralised around the pool. There are changes being made, and if they get it right this could be a little gem....but a long way to go to make that '5-6'stars. P.S. Hi to all we met, we think of you often xMore
linda g, Norwich, United Kingdom
Left after 4days!!
So disappointed about this hotel we stayed 2years ago so booked again bad choice,the pool was really dirty looking,paint flaking from it,at night you could see scum on top of it yuck,flies omg think they all decided to come to azure club at same time,I know people say you get flies in Egypt but there were far too many for me constantly swatting them,most staff walked about with bats that electrocuted flies all you heard was z z z,music round pool so loud and at times songs played had offensive lyrics,I don't eat break key but my husband said by time he got food from plate to mouth flies had already landed,Russian guests so loud,rude,very aggressive manner felt intimidated,I discussed problems with manager he was very nice did explain changes were happening after take over but it was too late for me I simply didn't want to stay thomson wanted over £400 to move but I refused to pay eventually hotel manager told us we were being moved to sister hotel grand azure what a relief,we found out we weren't only azure club guests that moved hotels some sadly paid to be moved,I felt I paid for my holiday before I left uk certainly wasn't paying any more so we moved for free.good points bout hotel shaker from bar,our cleaner Ali,most staff friendly a grumpy waiter in dining room didn't like when I asked for clean table cloth on table,so bad reviews are bad for a reason just hope that it does improve & fast or thomson complaint department going to be busy.More
Tirana Azure Club Hotel
Have just come back after spending two weeks at Tropicana Azure club then , now Tirana...Apart from the weather the hotel's staff from the waiter to the management, all have been very supportive. My husband and myself are Vegetarian.We spoke to Ahmed Abo Talib 2571 and he made sure that alternative choices in food to be provided. We would like to mention The manager Mr. Mohammed Nasir, The Administrater, Chef Ahmed and waiter Badar who made sure that we were happy staying there and we were. Thank you all concerned. We had a great relaxing holiday. The hotel cleanliness in rooms was good. The welcoming atmosphere there was encouraging. Wish Tirana Azure Club all the best.More
Pushpa P, Dewsbury, United Kingdom
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