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, all buffet style: breakfast (07:00-10:00), lunch (12:30-14:30 or 14:00-17:00) and dinner (winter 18:30-22:00; summer 19:00-22:00); morning snacks (10:00-12:00); make your own sandwiches (12:00-14:00); make your own pizza (10:00-sunset); coffee break (15:30-sunset); a la carte dining; midnight snacks (24:00-01:00); unlimited local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks available at bars (10:00-23:00; according to opening times) and in-room mini-bar with juices and mineral water.
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 have just come back after a fantastic 8wks.This hotel is one of the first in Nabq and is an authentic Egyptian hotel,not a European hotel.There are areas which they are working on each day.The work...
I have just come back after a fantastic 8wks.This hotel is one of the first in Nabq and is an authentic Egyptian hotel,not a European hotel.There are areas which they are working on each day.The work obviously has to be done whilst people are there as the hotel is open 365 days of the year.This hotel is great value for money,with great location and fantastic staff.With some of the bad reviews,I think they just want compensation, if it is so bad why do they have a great number of repeaters.I have already paid deposit as I can't wait to go back.
When staying at this hotel you have to expect what you get and what you pay for. The hotel grounds have just what you need, sun loungers, one massive swimming pool, a cascade of pools with 3 water...
When staying at this hotel you have to expect what you get and what you pay for. The hotel grounds have just what you need, sun loungers, one massive swimming pool, a cascade of pools with 3 water slides a bit further down (nearer the beach), a beach with a alcoholic bar, so is the main pool bar, just the reception/lobby bar doesn't sell alcoholic beverages. The standard rooms are ok, you get a decent sized satellite TV, a hairdryer, a mini fridge that should get replenished with water and a carton of juice everyday (don't let the maid talk you into having to pay for these, they should be free!), the beds are comfortable and you also get a Balcony/Terrace. The only thing that was unacceptable was the condition of the bath. It is stained and cracked with paint missing in parts, not only this but the water was coming out brown (picture uploaded). When I reported it to reception they sent somebody out to fix it, they fiddled with some pipes outside the room and said it was sorted but it wasn't, the water was indeed cleaneR but not clear as it should be a basic need and something that a hotel should definitely provide as after every shower you feel dirty. I caught a really bad eye infection due to this water on my right eye (picture uploaded). I cried for a entire day out of this eye and it was blood shot for two days. I visited the doctors at the hotel and bought some anti bacterial eye drops that cost me GBP10.00!!!! For a 5cl tiny little bottle. Every time I had a shower after that I just had to close my eyes, and it seemed to work. Regarding the Internet.. I was told that the only place to get wifi was at the English bar, all I had to do was to go over, buy a drink and the bartender would enter the code for the wifi. Which he did at a cost of EGP45.00 for a vodka and tonic in a All inclusive hotel! And they change the password everyday as from my room I could get reception from they modem. So I opted to go for the 1 week bundle that costs GBP35.00 and you can only get in reception/lobby, which is a pain when this is far from the pools and beaches. This didn't work for two days, there were power cuts and no electricity for some parts of the day, one of which was a entire afternoon with no entertainment, raining, no tv and no internet. We also had to have lunch in the darkness. As it doesn't rain much in Sharm (I believe as that's the only explanation I can find!) the infastructures aren't the best. When it rained, it was raining inside the main restaurant and the lobby. When the electricity came back on it seemed that it interfered with the Internet and this wasn't working. On my last two days I couldn't confirm my pick up time online with ResortHoppa on their app as no internet. The hotel computers weren't working either. The reception staff are polite and try to help you, but their English is very limited although some of them speak Russian and Italian which is very frustrating when you trying to ask a question or requesting something and they get it completely wrong. The Hotel staff on the other hand, especially the waiters at the restaurant, who were there everyday, three meals a day, can't do enough for you, they bring you another drink before yours is finished, take their time to speak to you and were extremely pleasant and polite. The food can be quite repetitive, with same condiments in the same places, it got to the third or fourth day and I could tell what was located where with my eyes folded, I didn't have to lift the lids or read the signs!! The entertainment team were very unlucky bless them, despite their efforts of trying to get people stuck in their activities, the guests age group wasn't the most appropriate. But they were funny and tried to keep people active. Olga, one of the entertainment team, was very sweet and always made a point in checking on me. I still managed the have a good holiday as the weather was glorious for most of the week, and all I'm interested in was sunbathing and relaxing. However, I wouldn't recommend it with some many other great hotels in the vicinity for a little bit extra.
Just back from our 7th time in this hotel. We have been to others in Sharm but still come back to this one. For the price we pay you cant expect a palace but the staff and (most) guests more than...
Just back from our 7th time in this hotel. We have been to others in Sharm but still come back to this one. For the price we pay you cant expect a palace but the staff and (most) guests more than make up for it. Yes the hotel has gone down in the past few years but with the help of Jackie (Customer Services) the management/owner are making inroads to upgrade and improve the whole Hauza experience. I will write about each area to give an honest review. Reception - if your friendly the staff will accomodate your requests, if you need to change rooms for any reason they will do this for you but dont be argumentative as even in the UK it doesnt get you anywhere. Customer Services - great to have a Brit there again. Jackie is more than helpful and will assist as much as possible with any guest requests/problems, though she can only do so much, the management are still her boss and she can just pass on the information. Accomodation -the rooms are being updated slowly but are still fairly modern. The bathrooms leave a bit to be desired but again they are being changed. Its a big hotel so they cant do it all at once, so, we will have to see next year how far they have come. The housekeeping staff are superb and an asset to the hotel. They are friendly, do as much as they can to make your stay better. Any problems with your room will be sorted as soon as possible once they know. Tips are appreciated. Restaurant- If you want a full English/chips/etc stay in the UK or go to Spain. The food is totally edible always something to eat. If you request something different the chefs will do their best to cook it for you. The food needs to be kept warmer during service but this the managemnet are aware of. It doesn't matter if you stay at a top hotel or this one you will get the same food, maybe not as much choice or presented differently but there is only so much you can do with rice/pasta/chicken/beef & veg!!!! Bread is fresh daily, cakes are amazing and waiters are friendly and again tips are appreciated. Bars- the bar in reception only soft drinks are free. This never used to be the case and is unfortunate as many guests used to meet for pre dinner drinks or if (especially in the winter months) the weather is chilly. Now the only bar open is the pool bar though 24 hrs it can get windy of an evening. The bar area is cleaned every day and there is always hot drinks available 24/7 as well as the normal alcohol/soft drinks. The soft drinks do run out frequently and this can be annoying alao they are mixed from syrup and not the authentic we are used to. The beach bar is open during the day and is adequate including serving pizza of a lunch time. There is a bar in the pool however this is only open in the summer season. Pool & Beach - the pool in the winter months is very cold but is cleaned every day, deep cleaned every week including the drains. The pool guys are great, as per norm if you tip you get a great service. The jungle pool with slides is quiet and great for kids, there is also a jacuzzi which is lovely and warm. The beach is amazing, the best beach in Sharm, as it is real sand, clean and plenty of space. The sea is quite warm even in winter and fish swim close to the shore. Diving off the jetty on the coral reef is a great experience and if you are unsure the lifeguard will go in the water with you. Even if you cant swim you can walk a fair way out to see the coral and fishes. It is a fair walk down to the beach especially for those with walking difficulties etc. we have sugested to management that a golf buggy would be an advantage to assist with this as in other hotels but we shall wait and see. Overall we have never had a bad experience here and meet up with several other people at the same time each year. This does help to make the holiday better. The price paid for this hotel is very reasonable, so much so you could even afford to eat out most nights and still come under the price of other hotels. This is a case of either you like the place or you dont. It is obvious from some reviews that people have had problems or not enjoyed their stay but as with everything in life, not everyone has the same opinions. My view is there wouldnt be so many repeat guests if it was so bad. Yes there are alot of things that need improving to modernise and make the place more up market but along with these improvements will come a price increase. The owner does need to listen to his guests views and act on them but hopefully when we return next year same time we will see the improvments.
I read previous reviews with trepidation but was overwhelmed with the friendliness and helpfulness of all the staff (apart from the Reception man) throught our two weeks...
I read previous reviews with trepidation but was overwhelmed with the friendliness and helpfulness of all the staff (apart from the Reception man) throught our two weeks there. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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