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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 Hauza's main restaurant with live cooking demonstrations that are sure to entertain you and your whole family. 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).
I stayed there at the end of June 2015. Overall it was a great resort, but as always a few cons. The pools were great, had its own beach, with lovely clear water. I have read that the food was bland...
I stayed there at the end of June 2015. Overall it was a great resort, but as always a few cons. The pools were great, had its own beach, with lovely clear water. I have read that the food was bland and boring, although I thought it was great. I am open to trying new foods though. There was different selections every night, some popped up more than once, but really couldn't complain. The bread in their bakery is fresh every meal, very nice! Air condition didn't work in the restaurant so it was very warm. If you left to get more food/ a drink, the waiters took your stuff, leaving you without forks and knifes (a bit annoying if you were going to get desert). Staff were sound overall. Salah, part of the excursion staff was extremely nice, always saying hello and very helpful. Unfortunately thats the only name I got. There was a young chef in the morning who serves the omelettes, lovely guy. Few other chefs, waiters and other staff very nice, very friendly, asking your name and giving you high five. They all seem to work seven days a week and one of them told me of their poor living conditions, so I would imagine they might be a bit worn out if you're coming later in the season. Room cleaner knocked on the door pretty much every morning before 8 asking us when we were leaving, a bit annoying also. Some lovely fews out onto the Tiran Islands. The beach was great! Bring snorkels because the water is very clear and some cool looking fish. (You can buy snorkels there from the in-house markets, although all is of poor enough quality and they charge the same price as we got ours at home). The room was nice. Clean and basic, although we were happy. Lots of ants about, although I assume its a problem everywhere. We just sipped up our cases to prevent them getting in. Major point. As mention on another post, the all inclusive isn't quite what it seems. It includes buffet from the Nubian restaurant and food and drink from the pool and beach bar. The not so 'English' bar was against charge (people only went there to get free wifi). The three other restaurants were against charge. There was no pizza or ice cream as it said there was. Lobby bar was against charge. As everyone says, the cups are small, made from a weak plastic. We were constantly going up for more drinks during our meal. A lot of people brought their own cups. Cannot fill water bottles from water dispensers. You can buy bottled water across the road, along with food and souvenirs. Everything is of poor quality in the markets, as expected. The men working there were a torture. Pretty much forcing you to come in and buy something or making you promise to come back. We got fed up with this after a few days. Show interest in anything in there shops and they will always come up to you reminding you about it. Please note, they expect tips. Some even asked for tips. I found out after that it is customary to tip. I was told they 1 pound sterling because its worth 12 Eygptian pound. So do bare that in mind. It is cheap and the staff are nice, so even if its not a lot, it would mean a lot to them. My only regret was not bringing enough money to tip more (I'm a student and don't earn a lot)! Overall really nice place, definitely worth the visit. Hope this helps.
My daughter,my mam and I just got bk on 29th June from Hauza,had an amazing experience and all round a lovely hotel they say u get what u paid for and this is right,food was very very poor especially...
My daughter,my mam and I just got bk on 29th June from Hauza,had an amazing experience and all round a lovely hotel they say u get what u paid for and this is right,food was very very poor especially if you have fussy 10year old like mine but after complaining to the boss he couldn't be more helpful in all fairness and would go out of his way to cook her some fries at meal times after me spending a small fortune ordering out or eatting out..staff were brilliant very very friendly especially sam,shisha man and Jackie..shisha man's an absolute brilliant guy u won't fail to have a laugh when he's around😄rooms were clean ,fabulous view clean towels everyday and beds were super comfy what more can u ask!!!on the plus side take a snorkel with u as goin to the laggoon is a defo must even if u don't like the sea(I hate it) I soon loved it amazing experience and highly reccomend swimming with the dolphins!!met some lovely groups of people which were all British thank God and had some good laughs,the Russians are so God Damn rude and greedy but take over the place there's millions of them but dnt be put off!!!if the food changed and their provided more British food eg-chicken nuggets chips fish fingers etc for the kiddies I would definitely return tomorrow..and only 7/8 mins from airport👍
HAUZA HABIBI Well we didn't imagine we'd ever be writing another review for this place let alone stay here again, but when somewhere holds so many precious memories you pray that if given a chance...
HAUZA HABIBI Well we didn't imagine we'd ever be writing another review for this place let alone stay here again, but when somewhere holds so many precious memories you pray that if given a chance you'l see that things have changed for the better. And that's exactly what we saw! The whole atmosphere had changed & so had a lot of staff, including the management. Of course we were sceptical as we'd seen a lot of new management changes over the yrs who did nothing to help, but not this time (pray they don't give up & abandon Hauza). Ibrahim was I'm sorry to say the only name I remembered but there are at least 4 or 5 more who have helped turn the place around & we could see our old friend Hauza beginning to re appear. Ibrahim is the general manager I think and is without doubt the only manager who actually listens to/cares about the guests & their stay. Also making a massive difference is another man who was at reception when we arrived (he'l know I mean him when I say that we were greeted with the most amazing smile ever) These 2 guys I can honestly say are bringing the whole place up & the positive changes made already leave us hoping that Hauza will soon be back to how it was & be the best place to stay in Nabq Bay. I cannot leave out Jackie the lovely guest relations manager, as she is definitely the best they've had & is so down to earth, friendly & helpful. Everything else that matters to guests ie; clean rooms/bedding, Improved food, better entertainment are 10 x better than ever before. There is still a lot of work to do & improvements need to be made in certain areas & these things cost a lot of money. Hopefully the owners can provide more funds for the biggest issues left to fix inc air con in dining room. That's prob the only issue I still have now but considering there were a lot before we returned that just shows how much has been improved! There is 1 big problem that is affecting every hotel in Nabq bay not just Hauza & that's rude Russians assaulting staff! These guys work 16 hrs a day & spend at least 3 months away from their families but cannot defend themselves or feel safe at work anymore! I understand that the Russians bring much needed funds into Sharm but it shouldn't be at the cost of the hard working staff! All hotels should have big groups of security men visible at all times which will make guests & staff feel a lot safer. One final thing we must mention is that our most recent stay was out 9th but had never once been asked if we'd like to plant a tree ( lots of repeater guest have) but this time we were by Ibrahim which made us feel very special indeed. Thanks to all the staff for making our stay the best of them all. All that's left for me to say is please give this place a chance & stay here for your hols, I'm certain you'l be so glad you did & have a fantastic time. Happy holiday.
I would definitely return & recommend. Planning September already. Definitely elect sea or jungle pool view. Staff were all attentive and friendly. Shops a short walk from hotel are a lot more...
I would definitely return & recommend. Planning September already. Definitely elect sea or jungle pool view. Staff were all attentive and friendly. Shops a short walk from hotel are a lot more competitive than those inside hauza. Food was delicious n for fussy eaters the kids section had chips daily. Pizza bar on beach is a must but arrive early...once it's gone it's gone. Events staff will happily take u out at night&savy savings can be found on the beach for excersions but be mindful. Independent tours can be booked reasonably at sharm.....shop around n bartar! Super market across road is great for souvenirs n bits for the room. Flavoured slim cigs were £1 for 20 ;-) n lots of booze too top ur drinks with.... partner attempted in house lager from breakfast until close one day (to NO affect) Would advise a pop up pint glass 'with your name on' in your case. Amazing day out to the waterpark, vip night to Hard Rock, but take a book n be prepared to make your own entertainment. The English bar is great & plays all footy matches. Soho square...don't forget your camera! Very different to Hauza and worth a day and night out/have a look :-). And the biggest tip.... McDonald's deliver to front of hotel! However,burgers are SPICEY! Definitely worth what you pay!!!!
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