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The Falcon Hills Hotel is ideal for those looking for a quiet and peaceful destination off the beaten track. A well maintained, modern hotel representing value for money whilst being within easy reach of the resort centre. Ras Um Sid plateau, the famous under water park for scuba diving and snorkeling.
How far is the nearest beach?
This hotel is located 350m from the beach
Distance from Airport
This hotel is located 20km from Sharm El Sheikh Airport
136 rooms with individually controlled air-conditioning,Private Balconies, Bathrooms with Bathtubs and Showers, Mini Fridge and Individual Safe Box, Color TV with Satellite Channels, in House Music and Direct Dial Phones. Wi-Fi Internet.
Food & Drink
Falcon Hills Hotel has a restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner in a buffet style, a 24 hour coffee shop, a pool bar, a Bedouin cafe and a bar.
Sports & Entertainment
There are 2 beaches nearby. It features 2 outdoor pools, Beauty Salon and Indoor/Outdoor Body Herbal Massage. Sauna, Turkish Bath, Steam room and Jacuzzi. Diving Center For ON/OFF Shore Diving, Diving Courses And Equipment Rental. Sports Activities: Tennis Court, Mini Football Court, Billiards, Table Tennis and a Gymnasium.
This was the best holiday that me and my family had. The management is great the staff is so caring and loving to as the hotel has spa pool entertainment snorkelling and more. The Manager took time...
This was the best holiday that me and my family had. The management is great the staff is so caring and loving to as the hotel has spa pool entertainment snorkelling and more. The Manager took time to spend with as shearing ideas and Mekong shore we are having good time. Every day the cleaner left wonderful surprise for as. There is nothing any one can say to me bad about the hotel or any member of the staff there are just amazing. And if u won't to have time of your life go to Falcone hotel and u will. There are my family and we are going back 24th October can't wait. But let's photos speak for them self.
This place was unbelievably cheap and friendly. The staff and in particular the manager were very friendly. The only problem we had, was a member of staff lost our towel tokens and wasn't...
This place was unbelievably cheap and friendly. The staff and in particular the manager were very friendly. The only problem we had, was a member of staff lost our towel tokens and wasn't particularly friendly to my partner, unfortunately I wasn't there when this happened, when she called him up on it. Upon checkout, we explained this to the manager so we wouldn't have to pay the 'fine' and he was extremely apologetic and immediately spoke to the member of staff in question. We went all inclusive for the first time and were more than happy with the food and drinks supplied and quality of the room. In fact, my partner and I joke about going back and I'm sure if we go back to Sharm we definitely will! The animation team, were both friendly and funny (and a little bit flirtatious, but all in good humour). They did offer to take us to this place with nightclubs and dancing etc. It was far from that but did provide us with a good laugh. All in all, good experience.
We were originally booked in to the Badawia which was closed for some reason so we were 'upgraded' to the hotel next door - Coral Hills - when we arrived they had no booking for us and after a lot of...
We were originally booked in to the Badawia which was closed for some reason so we were 'upgraded' to the hotel next door - Coral Hills - when we arrived they had no booking for us and after a lot of waiting and wrangling they said that as we were their 'friends' they would put us in one of their 'best rooms'. The 'best room' was OK although there were no pillows, the air conditioning leaked all night (large pool of water on floor in morning) and previous visitors had written profanities into the dust on the windows - we agreed with these so made our exit. We were moved to the Falcon Hills which was a far better experience. We were put in a large corner family room which opened out onto the pool. The accommodation was really good and there was lots of room - we stayed for four weeks so this was really useful. The 2 pools were lovely although there seemed to be a cultural split - more English people at the farther, quieter pool which is where we stayed and more Egyptian people at the larger pool. The restaurant was interesting - food OK - Egyptian guests didn't understand the concept of queuing or getting a reasonable amount of food; they jumped queues and piled their plates high and generally left most of the food on messy tables. It was frustrating at times bit also quite entertaining!! The hotel staff were excellent - very friendly and accommodating. The hotel offered a free shuttle down to the beach - this was a highlight for us - lovely beach and amazing snorkelling in waters teaming with fish. We love Sharm el Sheikh and enjoyed this hotel but will try out other hotels on our return.
I've stayed at Falcon Hills a couple of times already and found it to be more than adequate for the price. It is not a luxury hotel and it is primarily aimed at all inclusive guests, but it is...
I've stayed at Falcon Hills a couple of times already and found it to be more than adequate for the price. It is not a luxury hotel and it is primarily aimed at all inclusive guests, but it is nevertheless a great base if the purpose of your trip to Sharm is to go diving and not just to soak up the sun rays. I cannot comment on the quality of the dive centre that is on site (and that uses the swimming pool at the hotel for lessons from time to time), as I've never been diving there (I dive with another company that I book separately), but the convenience of having a centre close by didn't go unnoticed. I always ask to be put into a quieter room (as I get up early to go diving) and my wishes are always honoured and I've never been much disturbed by any noise (and the hotel does have a lively guest entertainment programme). The rooms are clean, the beds comfortable. The food is good - there is always something you will like to eat - even though a bit repetitive. I tend to stay bed and breakfast, but do occasionally have a lunch or dinner (usually on the days of arrival and departure), which is also buffet style and usually has a nice choice of dishes. Once a week there is a BBQ, which is very nice. For breakfast there is an option to have an omelette or scrambled eggs prepared in front of you on the terrace. There is no wifi, which is a big minus in my opinion - if you need wifi you need to purchase a card that you can only use in the lobby and internet speed is quite slow as a result. What I ended up doing on my last trip was to buy an Egyptian SIM card and top it up with a few megabytes, which was perfectly suitable for my purposes. The staff are friendly and helpful, although sometimes their friendliness gets a little too much for female guests (but this is not unusual in Egypt, so I don't really pay any attention to it anymore). The hotel is located not far from the Mercato complex (a haggle-free zone with restaurants, bars, cafes and shops), which is very convenient if you want to walk there for your evening meals. If you want a nice, quiet, cheap and cheerful hotel and your primary purpose is not to lay around the pool but to be out and about most of the day, then I would definitely recommend this one.