Xperience St. George Homestay  

The Xperience St. George Homestay is 10 minutes from the sea, and lines up a pair of pools, two restaurants and big, airy bedrooms.

This place is just 10 minutes from the Red Sea’s famous shoreline – a shuttle bus will whisk you to the hotel’s own private arc of sand. A short cab ride in the opposite direction will get you to lively Naama Bay.

Inside, bedrooms are big and bright, with ivory-coloured walls and cool tiles on the floor. Curtains and bed runners are a matching shade of aquamarine, and each room comes with a spacious balcony or terrace.

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Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks
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

The buffet restaurant offers 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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1 bedroom family room with balcony or terrace

These spacious twin rooms feature neutral tones and simple furnishings, and include a balcony or terrace. Along with your twins, they'll come with 2 additional single beds for extra sleeping space. Inside, you'll find air-conditioning, a fridge, and satellite TV available.

twin room with balcony or terrace

These spacious twin rooms feature neutral tones with simple furnishings, and include a balcony or a terrace. Along with your twins, you'll find an additional single and child bed. And there's air-conditioning, a fridge, and a TV included.

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That was experience

Where the hotel was situated wasn't good the staff were lovely especially the Sammi and the other chamber man but for me it was much like a zoo the restaurant should have a dress code rather than not having one at all the other customers didn't show any respect towards the staff didn't like that part of it and when the staff was trying to calm the situation the customers were rude disrespectful to the staff and I did like the smell of the plant behind the hotel More


Sorry but not for us either

We stayed here with the Monarch Airways back logged flights, The only thing that we liked was the food and drinks but have to say this is just not our type of hotel/holiday!!! The rooms need to cleaned to much higher standard we got bitten by either flea's or manic mossie trapped in bed. Beds were hard, lumpy and need replacing, The smell of mosquito repellant give me a terrible headache. Staff seemed friendly enough but just not for us, sorryMore

Tricia251, Egremont, United Kingdom

2nd time here standards have dropped

Was here in early Nov for week it's my 2nd time here & the food wasn't as good this time two of us out of our party of four had bad stomachs for two to three days you also get bitten badly on some of the outside bars of a night by the mosquitos!! We was here when the flights Wher cancelled due to Russian air disaster & ended up moving hotels as easyjet customers had to go to the Hilton sharks bay! Wow what a difference! & also the reception staff was not very helpful regarding moving to this hotel as we only found out thru a rep in hotel that we had to move! Not thru the staff at st George🤐 also the wifi is way to expensive & can only used in the lobby & it cuts out when to many are on it at once? The beach at the hotel is awfull ther are no corals or fish & no Jetties to go out on only went ther once as food was bad as well Flies on food & dirty tables cats roaming about? Only good thing about this hotel is the atmosphere as is a British only hotel & staff are friendly but wouldn't go back as ther are far better hotels in sharm than this I don't wanna be ill again cause it can ruin the holiday! :( More

ashsimone, cornwall

Our third visit

Our third visit to the St. George, and it gets better every time. Let me clarify something first, I think the biggest misunderstanding for first time visitors after reading these reviews is that the hotel is not in the centre of the town, the St. George is towards the south end of Sharm a short distance from the main resort and is ideal if you want to relax and take in the sun in a quieter part of Sharm. However, don't let this put you off as the hotel has a number of shuttle bus services that will take you to the more lively parts such as Soho Square and Naama Bay. Xperience hotels also have their own fleet of taxis that will take you anywhere you want to go for a no hassle agreed price, which is better than the normal blue and white taxis, just contact reception. We booked last minute as I had some holidays to use up before the end of the year, so were pleased to get the last four seats on the flight. When we arrived at the hotel we found that it was not possible to get our usual rooms as it was a late booking and the hotel was at capacity. We ended up in garden view rooms at the south end, which was a little disappointing, but no real problem as all the rooms are well kept and spacious. As usual, the restaurant re opened for late arrivals where we were served a three course meal with chicken and chips - lovely! This hotel gets such great reviews and returning guests not because of it location, facilities or 'dazzling architecture' - it's the staff. From the moment you arrive and until the day you leave, they will do their utmost to ensure your stay is as comfortable as possible. To mention a few - Mina (reception), Shelly (guest relations), big Mina, 'Mini Mina' & Mamdouh (quiet pool), Nessim (Le Bleu), Ashraf (main restaurant & host @Nathan's) and all the team in the main restaurant (including another Mina) are outstanding at what they do and are a credit to the hotel. A special mention for Carlos who works night and day entertaining guests and organising the sunset cruise and barbecue nights (see below). He is truly one of the most valuable assets this hotel has and is also a very nice guy. The hotel is spotlessly clean, and the food on offer in the main restaurant is typical of an all inclusive hotel and is of good quality. If you have any special requirements, just ask the chef and he will try to oblige if possible. There are two pools, one lively pool with music and entertainment throughout the day, and one quiet pool for those who just want some peace and quiet. This normally works well and is policed by the pool attendants when needed, but it is surprising just how many people who have a good command of the English language, and yet do not know the meaning of the word 'quiet'. One couple spent the entire holiday telling any poor sod that so much as made eye contact (at full volume) all about their previous holidays! Who does that.....really! There are some shops in and around the hotel selling all sorts of souvenirs, snacks, 'designer' handbags and the like. Pay a visit to the art shop, Casper is a lovely guy, and has some nice Egyptian prints to suit any budget. There is another shop selling art and craft items which are very nice. The shop is run by a guy called Jack (although I think he said his name was Paul last year??) Anyhoo, if you fancy a pair of Anubis bookends, the shopkeeper formerly known as Paul is your man. If you are into body art, George from gunpoint tattoo can be found around the poolside. He has an excellent reputation and is very professional. Three things that are a must - Sunset Cruise - A very enjoyable afternoon / early evening. You take a cruise around the bays of Sharm (snacks on board), where your host (Carlos) will lead you to the best spots for snorkelling and some of the most beautiful coral reefs teeming with tropical fish. You then watch the spectacular sunset before making a relaxing way back to dry land accompanied by some entertainment on board. An evening @Nathans - A'la carte dining in the rooftop restaurant accompanied by belly dancer and Tanoura dancer (hosted by Ashraf - another great asset to the hotel). St. George barbecue night at the beach - A beautiful setting with your tables laid out in the sand overlooking the bay. Great barbecue food including steak, lamb, kofti etc. (you must try 'Om ali', it's like a milky bread and butter pudding). You have the option when booking to stay overnight at one of the beach chalet rooms where breakfast will be served to you on your terrace in the morning. We returned almost a month ago and this is the first opportunity that I have had to write this review, and is after the tragic events of 31st October. All I can say is that the resort of Sharm El Sheikh is a fantastic place to visit full of wonderful and friendly people who's livelihoods will be destroyed if we do not return. Yes there are issues at the airport, (we flew back with a hold full of another flights luggage), but the resort itself is safe. You have just as much chance of meeting a terrorist walking down your local high street. I hope these issues are resolved soon, as we fully intend to book again for next October, and perhaps sooner if the budget allows, and even if we have to go via Turkey. To our friends at the St. George - ونتمنى لكم كل الصحة الجيدة. ستيف، أماندا، هولي، ب ريان.More

Fifesafety, Glenrothes, United Kingdom

2nd visit

This was our 2nd visit to this hotel so we knew what to expect. Staff are friendly and will do anything for you. Food was varied but we did decide to eat out some nights and had a McDonald's delivered to the hotel for about 9 pound for 2. The rooms were cleaned daily and we received a bottle of water each day and a fruit bowl for returning which was nice. Entertainment appears the same as previous and finishes by half past ten which we found too early. The entertainment team are good during the day round the noisey pool and my partner enjoyed water polo, darts, pool, volleyball, ping pong etc.. pool staff are great and bar staff, selection of drinks is great. Only downside is price of WiFi we were there 2 weeks due to being delayed and paid approximately 50 pound for the small WiFi units. We feel as hotel is all inclusive this could be included even if just in reception or cheaper and more reliable. The hotel is in a quiet area but is nice and the people (staff) make this hotel! We especially liked George the tattoo man who has now done 2 tattoo's on my partner. They are both great healed great and he paid a good price compared to UK. We had a fab holiday and would return when sharm situation changes. More

Clare M, Wakefield, England, United Kingdom

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