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This cheap and cheerful hotel has some great onsite facilities and boasts its very own stretch of private beach. Perfect for the budget conscious who want to experience the delights that Sharm has to offer.
How far is the nearest beach?
This hotel overlooks the beach.
Distance from Airport
The airport is situated 5Km from the hotel.
All rooms include an en suite bathroom with a hairdryer, individually adjustable air conditioning, satellite TV (with a hotel information channel), a safe, a lounge, a minibar/fridge and an international direct dial phone.
Food & Drink
You have a number of options if you choose to stay at the Hauza Beach Resort. Many people choose to go all inclusive, which means the price of all meals is included in the room rate. If you'd rather not go all inclusive, there are several restaurants within easy walking distance. The Al-Jazeerah restaurant serves Indian inspired dishes and the new pizzeria serves pizzas and pies right onto the beach until late at night.
If you do choose to go all inclusive, your package includes the following meals:
Nubian Restaurant: Main restaurant with open buffet with 7 changing theme nights to transfers guests around the word (no reservation required)
Breakfast buffet 06:00-09:30
Lunch buffet 13:00-15:00
Dinner buffet 19:00-22:00
Theme nights include: Far-east, Egyptian, BBQ, Mexican, Seafood, International and Hauza night .
Mattarello Restaurant: Is an open door Italian cuisine restaurant/pizzeria designed with a casual atmosphere, serves a daily a la carte menu from 19:30-22:00. Pre reservation is required, one visit per stay.
Al’Jazerrah Restaurant: serves Indian dishes in private and special atmosphere from 19:30-22:00. Pre reservation is required, one visit per stay.
Tirana restaurant overlooks the Tiran Island where guests can enjoy Mongolian cuisine from 19:30-22:00. Pre reservation is required, one visit per stay.
Beach Pizzeria serves freshly made mini pizzas on the beach from 10:00-16:00.
The pool snack bar offers a sandwich station with fresh ingredients from 12:00-14:00, a late lunch buffets from 15:00-17:00 and a spaghetti midnight buffet from 12:00-01:00.
There is also a lobby bar, pool bar, coral beach bar, a shisha corner, splash fresh bar, go crepe bar and mad dogs pub.
Sports & Entertainment
The Hauza Beach Resort has something for everyone. Whether you fancy a romantic evening under the stars, a day of surf and sun, a trip away with the girls, or fun for the whole family, you're guaranteed to find what you're looking for. It is almost impossible to visit this amazing beach without strapping on the scuba gear and going diving. There are even night time camel rides to see some of the exotic wildlife that call the neighboring sand dunes home. Scuba diving, Camel rides, Swimming pools, Kids pools, Playground, Seawater lagoon with private beach, Tennis courts, Volleyball courts, Billiards, Shopping centre, Full Moon disco, Entertainment (four times a week).
My friends are there and tonight the hotel has run out of all drinks alcoholic and soft , basically the hotel has gone bust ! Only water till tomorrow at 1pm . Avoid it like the plague ! Pay a bit...
My friends are there and tonight the hotel has run out of all drinks alcoholic and soft , basically the hotel has gone bust ! Only water till tomorrow at 1pm . Avoid it like the plague ! Pay a bit more and get a better hotel shocking by Egypt standards and not a great deal of difference in the price
Read all the bad reviews. Everyone of them are true. !!!!! The only thing I don't agree with, the bar and pool staff were great. Rahim was wicked made my mornings round the pool! Cheers mate. Other...
Read all the bad reviews. Everyone of them are true. !!!!! The only thing I don't agree with, the bar and pool staff were great. Rahim was wicked made my mornings round the pool! Cheers mate. Other than that it was the worst holiday food and drink served be warned?????
Id like to start this by saying that i do not like doing bad reviews but i have to be honest. Hotel. The grounds to the hotel were very nice, lovely views over the Red Sea and the hotel itself was...
Id like to start this by saying that i do not like doing bad reviews but i have to be honest. Hotel. The grounds to the hotel were very nice, lovely views over the Red Sea and the hotel itself was clean. The rooms we had were a family room and a double. The family was ours and was spacious with 2 double (3/4 size) beds in each of the two rooms.There was a small balcony with a partial view over the red sea. Check in was a nightmare as we had a hotel voucher printed out which stated 6 adults,2 children with one double room and one family room. The reception would not check us in for some time stating that we needed two vouchers, not just one. NOT a good start. There was a pool bar which appeared to be the main bar used by people in the daytime and the evening. This was not very good. The bar kept running out of beer an would not come back on for an hour or so. There was one night that the bar man said at around 2030hours the whole hotel had run out of beer for the rest of the night. I was furious and went to speak to the manager who was a very nice man. He asked me sternly 'who told you this' and when i told him he said it will be on in 5mins. After 5mins the man who had told me disappeared for the rest of the night and the beer came back on. Why did the bar man just lie??? That was appalling. One night the bar ran out of beer, coke and sprite which only left spirits and fanta. We don't drink spirits so that was the end of the night for us. Now i appreciate that things run out from time to time but beer,coke and sprite! What did we pay our all inclusive money for as both the adults AND the kids had nothing to drink. No 1 TIP - TAKE A LARGE PLASTIC CUP EACH. The cups served are tiny and you drink a lot more in the heat so it saves you getting up to the bar all the time. Beach Bar. There is a bar which is set on the beach which i only visited during the day. The beach itself is gorgeous with soft shelving water out to the corals (good for kids) and then a jetty out to the drop off where the corals end. This jetty is amazing for snorkelling. YOU CANNOT WALK ON THE CORALS!!! The fish are all over and even if you are in the shallow parts with kids if you take a bread roll down with you the fish will swarm around you. Its like a scene from Finding Nemo. The beach bar serves soft drinks, coke,sprite and fanta and from 12 there is freshly made pizza which is very nice and a nice change from the restaurant. there is a slide pool which is quite good for kids with three slides. There is no bar here though. The lifeguards are rarely around and usually chatting when there so be a little careful with kids. For the first 5-6days of our trip there was no wifi as stated. They said this was a tech problem. When we did get it it was horrendously slow, understandable for Egypt but don't try and upload photos on Facebook or anything. It won't work. We went to a local shop (turn right at the main road coming out of the hotel grounds) and walk around 3-4mins and buy an Egyptian sim card. It was 150LE which is around £15 for 3.5GB of data. One of our party got this and as a 20yr old he was constantly on Facebook and had plenty of data for the whole 10days. The lobby bar in reception was open when we arrived but they tried to charge us for drinks. We told them no but these are supposed to be free! Clearly trying to make money which i think is appalling. I tipped healthily (which i will come onto) so there was no need for these underhand tactics. There are plenty of sunbeds around all the pools and even the private beach even when we slept in one day and went down at around 11am. There are midnight snacks served at the pool bar if you are peckish but this was exactly the same EVERY night. Spaghetti and mince. There is a swim up bar in the main pool which is very nice but you have to pay for drinks here, even though it is only 20metres from the pool bar and serves exactly the same drinks. There are ice creams available for the kids but these are around 20LE (£2) each. MEALS The breakfast was shocking. Im usually quite unfussy but there were beans, bacon (sort of),potatoes which were never cooked properly, vegetables and omelettes. The omelettes were very nice though so i just stuck to two of these each morning. The kids just stopped coming down for breakfast as it was that bad and the air conditioning was not on in the main restaurant. We asked about this and the manager stated that he too had complained for his staff and customers but was told by the owner he was not allowed it on. It is ridiculously hot without air con when trying to eat. The spa wasn't open when we arrived but it did after a few days. There was no zoo and there were no camel rides as it stated on the map. The entertainment was shocking although during the day when you get to know them they had a laugh around the pool with you. We booked with on the beach which had a masters travel rep when we landed. He said he would be there the next morning to give welcome pack and talk about excursions but he never attended all week. The board in reception was empty aside from saying he would be there between 1030-1130 daily. Tuesday evening was food out on the patio wit a show which was nice for a change. Very good food,show was good with traditional dancers and a fire show. Wednesday night was burger and chips night which the kids loved for a change. There are no chips on the buffet any night except this night but if you ask the chef behind the buffet he will put you some on. On Wednesday night there was a trip organised by the reps for teens to go to a club in Naama bay. This was 250LE (£25) for the bus there and back, admission to the club and one free drink. We didn't go but the kids said it was good. The foam party on Friday nights we couldn't find on the first Friday and the second Friday the kids were told by the animation team it wasn't on. There are free towel pools (you get given a towel card each by reception) for a pool towel which can be collected from the hut at the side of the pool. There is a safe in every room you just have to reset the code. Just ask reception and they'll send someone out to sort it (in an hour slot). They didn't come to our room within the hour so to save waiting inside even longer we complained to reception and they sent someone up with me straight away. There is a tipping culture in and around the hotel which i personally was ok with. We just tipped the odd waiter and the people who were nice to us and they would look after you a lot better. I just tipped he odd 20LE (which is only £2) and they were so appreciative. There are regular buses which travel along the main road at the hotel entrance. Be warned do not pay full price you will be ripped off. Turning left out of the hotel is towards the airport,go karting track, Naama Bay, Sharks Bay, Sharm old town and SOHO square. We didn't really venture right but if you want there is a McDonalds,Burger King and a Hard Rock Cafe. These are nestled amongst lots of shops. Bus prices - To Naama Bay - no more than 30LE, SOHO square - no more than 25LE, Sharm Old Town - No more than 40LE, Ghibli go karting - No more than 30LE. TRIPS There are numerous trips available to you and there are two blokes (Max and Sahal) who work within the hotel grounds and sell trips. 5 IN 1 TRIP This costed us around 30LE each and was a short tip out to the desert in a minibus, quad biking into the desert for around 30mins, stop off at Echo mountains to shout out and listen to the echoes. Then it was another 30mins quad to a stop off where there is free egyptian tea and could drinks to buy for 10LE each. Then its onto a bedouin settlement where there is a large buffet of traditional Egyptian food and a show, there are camel rides (but its pitch black when you ride them) which is a shame as its hard to take photos. Then you get to star gaze (which was ok but prob not for kids) and then its a short quad trip back in the dark to the minibus. All in all this was a fantastic trip. Well worth the money. Boat trip and snorkelling This was a day trip out to the Red Sea in a boat. You are picked up by a bus in the morning and taken to Sharks Bay, get on board, make three stops all of which include snorkelling or scuba if you pay for it, you have a lunch meal which was lovely, and then return to Sharks Bay and get a minibus back home. Fantastic trip, great food and good staff. We had some photos taken and we paid around £20 (200LE) for about 170photos which were really good and def ones to keep. We also visited off our own backs the local go karting place. This was called Ghibli karting and was near Naama Bay was very good. It is open from 1100hours to 2200hours. The prices varied and were around 40 to 80euros each depending upon time. We also took an evening trip out to SOHO square. This was a small place with lots of shops, most are quite upper end. There is also a nightclub here and a british pub called the Queen Vic. We had a beer in here which was a nice change with free wifi all around SOHO square. A beer was around 57LE (£5.70) The staff in general were very friendly and seemed almost embarrassed to work here. They agreed with us that it was wrong to not have beer and soft drinks and no air conditioning and they stated that they had tried to tell the owner but he would not listen. We did her rumours that the owner was in some debt and was not paying bills which would make sense but these were only rumours. This is a lovely hotel in beautiful surroundings and is such a shame as it could be sooo nice here! If you would like any further info message me and i will get back to you.
Where do I start you need to remove this hotel as a joke there hardly be any one on the reception that spoke English no air con in the lobby especially as I waited 40 mins to check in with 2 kids no...
Where do I start you need to remove this hotel as a joke there hardly be any one on the reception that spoke English no air con in the lobby especially as I waited 40 mins to check in with 2 kids no air con even in the one place to eat the food is shocking if they run out that's it at 6 months pregnant I think I had to eat out 6 times costing me around 300 pounds this I don't expect on a all inclusive in 10 days food was not adequately at all especially not for two children never have I been on an all inclusive where we were all hungry and to be served the meat by the staff rather then what we want totally cutting cost where they CAN the milk is water down no machines to get ur own drinks so have to sweat and hope a waiter is free the smallest cups too that's if drink was available on many occasions no beer no soft drinks just water the low lighting in the restaurant or outside meant you cannot see what you are eating nor if cooked through I suppose not labelling the food doesn't help the rooms were very basic not enough towels and many ants the flooring around the hotel is slippery or raised tiling so dangerous no ice creams or use of a swim up bar as have to pay!! Bathroom so dark and unclean many of the hotel staff and especially locals out of the hotel laughed all said food bad bab hotel hauza I've never complained about a hotel before I've been Egypt twice before I complain to two travel reps but clearly nothing could be done a absolute joke of a hotel and a holiday nightmeare I'd like a refund especially the cost to eat out in order for my children and being pregnant myself didn't starve cause 8 h most days we didn't eat as liver for lunch my kids or myself would not eat no substitute one very unhappy family 😡😡😡😡