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Delta Sharm Resort is located in Sharm El Sheikh the famous resort, nestled between the Sinai Mountains and the Red Sea Coast. Opened in 2007, Delta Sharm Resort is a new luxurious concept within Delta Sharm Residential Resort, guests at the resort enjoy luxuriously appointed and spacious rooms and suites tucked into lush greenery. Overlooking Tiran Island, the resort provides the ideal location for all of its guests seeking a private getaway and ultimate Service but still within minutes of Naama Entertainment, Shopping areas, the Old Sharm City and the international airport. Guests enjoy a full-service health and beauty spa, childrens program, Entertainment, twelve pools, two private beaches located in Naama Bay which is 10 minutes from the Resort (Shuttle bus is available free of charge), water activities, limousine service and few minutes from golf courses.
How far is the nearest beach?
This hotel is located 2km from the beach
Distance from Airport
This hotel is located 17km from Sharm El Sheikh Airport
Delta Sharm Resort features 300 rooms including, junior suites and superior suites, apartments and rooms equipped for ultimate comfort. A number of rooms feature a private balcony or terrace, internal telephone & international call from the reception, individual heating and air conditioning control, private bathroom, European toiletries, hair dryer, lighted make-up mirror, writing desk, refrigerator, fully equipped Kitchenette, safe box and multi-lingual television channels.
Food & Drink
The AI programme consists of breakfast (07:00-10:00), lunch (12:30-14:30) and dinner (19:00-22:00), all buffet style, served in the Friends main restaurant. Continental breakfast takes place from 10:30-11:30 at the Sun Suchi bar and the Friends restaurant. Snacks such as pasta, pizza, hot dogs, burgers, steak, chicken and meat sharwerma are available between 14:30 & 16:00 at the Sun Suchi as well as in the main restaurant. Locally produced alcoholic & non-alcoholic drinks like beer, wine, liqueurs (all three by the glass), soft drinks, coffee and tea are served from 10:00-23:00 at the Ali Baba bar (11:00-sunset), the Sun Suchi bar (11:00-sunset), the N4 pool (11:00-sunset), the Friends bar (10:00-23:00) and the Club House (10:00-23:00).
Sports & Entertainment
Sport facilities at the hotel include animation programme with stretching, darts, aqua gym, club dance, water volleyball, water polo, dance lessons (belly dancing, Latino, salsa), cocktail games, mini disco and show time as well as evening entertainment with Oriental & Nubian shows, live singers, karaoke, Russian show, pool party and Miss Delta Sharm competition. There is a free shuttle service to/from the Terrazzina beach, the Delta beach, the Naama Bay and the Old Sharm.
Fresh juices, soda, espresso, cappuccino, tonic, Baraka, Perrier, ice cream, 24hr room service, chicha, sauna, steam bath, water sports (diving, snorkelling, wind surfing, water skiing, kayaking, pedaloes, glass bottom boats, sailing), nearby golf courts, nearby carting, nearby Dolphins Park, laundry, babysitting, nursery, doctor an call, business centre, car rental, limousine service, electric club care and shopping arcade are available at a charge. At an extra charge customers can have lunch & dinner at the Dawar El Omda restaurant with Oriental cuisine.
I've stayed in Delta more than 5 times now and I love the whole complex, I like the idea of the swimming pools in every block in the area of your apartment. I've made many friends since staying in...
I've stayed in Delta more than 5 times now and I love the whole complex, I like the idea of the swimming pools in every block in the area of your apartment. I've made many friends since staying in delta the staff our pleasing and friendly and I would highly recommend this resort to people who would prefer to go self catering in their own apartment/villa. Delta has everything for your needs: pharmacy, supermarket, laundry, alcoholic shops, restaurants, take away restaurants, coffee shops to much more. The apartments are clean and at high standards to your requirement and cleaners will come in everyday to make sure everything is up to date in your room. Can't wait to see delta next year!
I have been to Sharm many times, Delta Sharm is definitely one of my favourite places. The landscape is beautiful and well maintained, there were 12 different swimming pools some with jacuzzis and...
I have been to Sharm many times, Delta Sharm is definitely one of my favourite places. The landscape is beautiful and well maintained, there were 12 different swimming pools some with jacuzzis and some are heated. It is situated in a good location in the city between the touristic Naama bay, the old market, and el hadaba. The staff in the resort are very helpful and cheerful. Definitely coming back again!
I consider myself a pretty well experienced traveller to Sharm, having been 8 times now. This review is going to be my opinion of what is the Delta Sharm Resort. Hopefully it will help others...
I consider myself a pretty well experienced traveller to Sharm, having been 8 times now. This review is going to be my opinion of what is the Delta Sharm Resort. Hopefully it will help others make up their own mind on this "resort". This is a detailed review, but please stick with it - your stay may depend on it! I stayed here with my wife from 15th - 26th March 2015. We're driven by price, and treat Sharm like a quick get away for some sun/diving so when this came up as a clear £75 cheaper each I snapped it up. To set the scene - we're not "moaners" so generally it would have to really bad before i'd make a fuss. Accommodation: Having done many standard types of hotels in Sharm, this was very different for us - I quite like the fact that you have a whole apartment to yourself, and its nice to have the extra room with "kitchenette" facilities (note - no crockery/cutlery/cups at all though), but as we were AI, that wasn't a biggie. the "room" had separate bathroom, toilet/shower, lounge/kitchen & outdoor patio area. Was plenty big enough. everything worked (air con etc). We'd requested a pool view which it didn't have, but hey ho. Generally it was clean/tidy, however - although the chamber"boy" appeared everyday - i'm not convinced he was doing much! We got clean towels for the bathroom, and i think he quickly swept through once or twice, & made the bed but we only got clean bed sheets once over the whole trip. Some cash did also walk, but it was only 4LE in coins off a coffee table, and i think he took it as what he thought was a tip! (Cheeky!) The apartment we had wasn't the best situated though - 110/80, and is right next to what i think was the staff accommodation block, on a busy part of the complex which had a lot of traffic/noisy people coming & going day/night (Arabics do like a noisy chat, regardless of time of night!) I'm sure we could have asked for a move, but we stuck it. The biggest problem with accommodation was the unbelievably bad bed. It was the worst I've ever slept on, with no more than 1/2" of give in the mattress. It was appalling. We had to sleep on the duvet with an extra sheet just to make it bearable. This seems to be a common theme after chatting with some other guests! (new mattresses wouldn't go a miss) Food/Restaurant: Generally no different to any other Egyptian hotel. We found that the food was OK. There was always something to eat, and it was always cooked properly. The menu does repeat after week one, so as long as you don;t try to pile everything on one plate i 2 days, you'll survive a few weeks! (a typical AI trait!) Drinks, we heard/saw reviews complaining about plastic cups for drinks - but i've never stayed in an Egyptian AI hotel that does this differently! its normal! Although - because we were polite the staff always gave us nice glasses for drinks at mealtimes (nice but simple touches!) We're not big drinkers, so cant really comment on the booze, but would assume its the same as most "watered" down local spirits. It isn't the real thing, so wont be the same. The beer was OK, Red Wine surprisingly good for Egypt! Facilities: there are something like 10 pools here, we only saw about 4 as they're all dotted around the site, so unless you want to walk a long way, you're not likely to spend much time at many of them. We were sited near the main "N1" animation pool. (More later) Its a nice pool setting with about 4 pools making up 1 large area, with various options to lie around. It's the usual scenario with the pool guy happy to hold onto the towel cards for your whole stay in exchange for a tip at the end. For this - he'll reserve you some beds, even if you're aware off site (we were diving 4 days, and he still held them just in case!) The site is well kept throughout. So - all good so far - now for bad stuff. It seems that up to this year - this resort was very much favored by the Brits and always had good reviews - however this is all changing now! (literally from Jan 2015 onward) Forget the claimed free Wifi. I found I could only connect at one pool bar, and even then after waiting for the internet to load for 5 minutes per page I gave up! (could just have been a bad night - but I also didn't pick the hotel because of Internet acess!) Some context - there are 600+ apartments here, with a mix of private/rented blocks. We had some long chats with some of the staff, and returning guests. The complex took on a new manager at the end of 2014, who has been tasked with filling the site as much as possible. We were told that as Brit numbers are in serious decline (we're all just not travelling to Egypt enough now) there was only ever 1 way he could do this! The manager apparently sacked large numbers of English speaking staff, took on replacements that speak Russian, and now markets the entire complex at that very market - rather than UK. so - Delta Sharm is now unofficially predominantly a Russian complex. During our 11 days, we were in a minority of just 10 Brit visitors, the overwhelming majority was Russian and to be honest probably some of the rudest, most obnoxious Russians I have ever met. (i think because they knew they were very much the majority) It was very clear that the resort was now very much geared for the market right from the outset. The reception staff were Russian nationals (not Egyptian), On arrival we were only dealt with AFTER any other Russians were serviced. The entire "Animation" team are also ALL Russian, and made no attempt to even speak to us throughout the 11 days. (not even a "hello"), with all introductions to any evening/daytime activity, show or pool activity was only ever done in Russian. The main club house plays music TV before/after every sitting - this just happens to be Russian MTV! The entire complex is very much dominated by the Russian experience - and it felt very much like like other nationalities (even Arabic) we're not particularly welcome! I would advise that any non Russians should steer clear of the dining room experience at peak times unless neccessary as it was just carnage. One night we had an evening booked out and decided on an early dinner. We attended at 7pm opening and were the first to arrive. When the doors opened, are were literally pushed out of the way like second class citizens. We were left watching about 100 Russians were literally running up the stairs barging each other to be the first into the dining room. The only way I can honestly describe the experience was like watching a plague of locusts attacking a field of crops. The behavior was appalling and didn't get better throughout. After a few days, the restaurant manager actually advised us that it would be better if the Brits came to breakfast/lunch/dinner for only the last hour of each session "as it would be better for us". Russian Poolside etiqutte wasnt much better either. On more than 1 occaison, we were flanked by a groups of Russians who apparently wanted our sun beds (even though we were on them). They would call the pool attendant over and carry out lots of pointing at us/the beds, then themselves. The attendant would then seemingly apologise to them (followed by lots of raised Russian voices and disgusted staring in our direction). The Russians would then just stand around around us in attempts to make us uncomfortable in the hope we would move off! (Ipods can be turned up really quite loud when needed!) Just another example of what seemed to be a whole new class of Russian impoliteness i'd never seen before!) The staff all looked tired/worn out in generally at the whole experience - It was like their souls had been burnt out, but as soon as they realized they were some friendly Brits about - you could see them come back to life! (Sounds weird - but just you wait) I really cant complain about any member of staff - they were all amazing to us - very kind, very compassionate, very helpful - nothing was too much trouble, they're all just dealing the best they can with exceptional circumstances! So - would I go back to Delta Sharm - It's not likely unless it was the cheapest available! (and then it would have to be a lot!) It's not the staff, It's not the facilities - its purely based on the clientele, and you cant blame the manager either, he needs to run a business, however - Brits be aware - You wont be made welcome!
I was to delta Sharm to the end of September and the first week of October. The pool was full of Egyptian people whitout education. Children everywhere. The food don't was so nice and the drink to...
I was to delta Sharm to the end of September and the first week of October. The pool was full of Egyptian people whitout education. Children everywhere. The food don't was so nice and the drink to the plastic glass don't look so nice. Animation poor. But very good the security was everywhere and for this I was happy because I was really afraid to this place. But I hope that will be better.
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