The Hilton Sharks Bay Resort prides itself on excellent food, impeccable service and an all round wonderful experience that will have you and everyone else who visits coming back year after year. Known for its friendly, lively atmosphere, the sun-drenched Hilton Sharks Bay Resort has some of the most stunning corals surrounding its terrace-shaped shore, making it easy to dive or snorkel directly from its private sandy beach. This sociable, sandy bay resort, known for its world-class diving, is perfect for families and romantic couples looking for a fabulous all inclusive holiday in Sharm El Sheikh.
How far is the nearest beach?
Hilton Sharks Bay Resort actually overlooks the beach meaning you are only a few short steps away.
Distance from Airport
Hilton Sharks Bay Resort is only 5km away from Sharm El Sheikh International airport.
Almost all of the 317 rooms in this hotel have a private balcony or terrace with fabulous view of the Red Sea. Rooms tend to be a bit on the small side, but the good folks at Hilton make sure they pack as many top class amenities into each room as possible. The marble bathrooms are packed with robes, comfy slippers, and excellent quality towels. Decor wise, expect quaint wicker chairs and dreamily comfortable beds. The colour schemes are mostly warm, deep reds and mellow yellows throughout. Facilities include; Hair dryer, Safe, Tea and coffee making facilities, Satellite TV, Air conditioning, On demand movies and a Desk.
Food & Drink
There are five top notch dining options at the Hilton Sharks Bay Resort. Mahfouz offers informal dining in an elegant setting. They serve practically around the clock, from 6:30am until about 2:30am, so if you fancy a midnight feast or can't sleep, this is the place to go. Il Rustico is the place to head if you are yearning for a pizza or the best in Mediterranean cuisine. There 's even an occasional barbeque menu that can't be beaten anywhere else in Sharm El Sheik. In addition to these fabulous restaurants, there are several bars and cafes.
Breakfast is served in the main restaurant From 06:30 till 11:00
Includes full buffet, juices, filter coffee, tea and hot chocolate
Morning Snack Pool Bar & Waves Bar from 11:00 till 12:00
Includes croissants & Danish, filter coffee, tea and soft drinks
Bedouin Restaurant and El Mattam Restaurant, serving lunch buffet
From 12:30 to 15:00
Sunset Bar and Waves serving hot snacks from the grill from 12:30 till 15:00
Pool Bar and Waves Bar serving selection of sandwiches
From 15:00 till 17:30
Bedouin & El Mattam restaurant serving international dinner buffet with local specialties
From 18:30 till 22:00
Offering an a la carte Italian dinning
From 18:30 till 22:00
Reservations are essential at Ill Ristico restaurant during operation hours or by dialing, ext NO: 3804 Reservation hours from 11:00 till 22:30
Second booking supplement of LE 20 per person
From 23:00 till 00:00
Include light snack dishes served informally in the Chill out Bar & Olympic Bar
Pool bar, Sunset bar and Waves bar, served from 14:00 till 17:00
All drinks are served by the glass and include mineral water, soft drinks (excluding fresh fruit juices), local draught beer and wine, filter coffee & tea
Pool bar from 10:00 till 22:00
Sunset bar from 10:00 till 21:30
Chill out from 20:00 till 00:00
Q-Club bar from 17:00 till 00:00
Olympic bar from 18:30 till 00:00
Waves bar from 10:00 till 18:00
Splash bar from 10:00 till 18:00
(All above timings are subject to change) Cocktails: eg Cuba Libre, Sharks Bite, Pina Colada
Long drinks: local spirits with mixers (gin, whiskey, vodka, brandy and rum)
Food & beverage Items excluded from the program
Drinks served in the bars after midnight
Special coffees and Freshly squeezed juices
All imported alcohol, imported wines and champagnes
Bedouin Corner – Shisha pipe and local specialty drinks at Olympic Sports Bar Terrace.
Kindly note that the meal times and venues are subject to change, on a short notice period due to possible unforeseen circumstances.
Sports & Entertainment
The hotel boats facilities such as Badminton, Squash, Tennis, Volleyball, Snorkelling, Boating, Fishing, Swimming pool, Scuba diving lessons, Massage, Spa and a Gym.
Another great holiday at Hilton Sharks Bay Resort.. Animation team get everyone going and singing and dancing and they are very helpful letting us know things about what's on and what activities they...
What is wrong with the rooms on the "Old side"? I've read lots of reviews saying "Upgrade or you'll die" but I don't really want to pay for my room twice. I've looked at the pictures on here and the rooms seem ok. I'm truly not a skinflint but we're going there for the first time in about 6 weeks and if the old rooms really are "that" bad then maybe I've made a huge mistake already? Please advise? Thank you in advance. T x
Ive a lready wrote s review but the hotel was brilliant rooms were sooo clean the staff were brilliant tne resuruant manager was amazing made us feel special cannot fault the place going back in...
Ok, September 2014 was our last of 10 Straight Visits to The Hilton, I was sad to Discover that most of the Negative reviews about the Hotel Food was Sadly True! When at the Hotel I Vowed I would not Return as the Restaurants & Menus really seemed to have gone down Hill in that Sector. The Staff in every Section of the Hotel were as Happy as Ever, So friendly but I feel even they felt the Negative vibe. The last 2 days before coming home we heard NEW Management had come in. well, what a difference we noticed in just 2 days. I take a lot of the Negative comments on Trip Advisor with a Pinch of Salt But since our Holiday we Have seen such a positive uplift in comments about all aspects of the Hotel. So much we have booked to return this May 29th it does feel like our second home and really hope the small changes have truly taken place. It speaks for itself that the Only problem with this Place was that the Food had gone down hill (Altough very important) how people can complain about the staff at any level. I think they must be the ones that have a problem. From the Cleaners to the Pool/Beach staff from the all the staff a simple Smile and an Hello is never a problem these Guys work such long hours for what we may consider very little but you have to appreciate the hard work they all put into making your brake a Restful and enjoyable one. Moaners really "Get Over Yourself" it's important to inform anyone of real problems but a bit of Dust, didn't get a Smile, Bedsheets not folded Correctly, We don't need that Rubbish!
What is wrong with the rooms on the "Old side"? I've read lots of reviews saying "Upgrade or you'll die" but I don't really want to pay for my room twice. I've looked at the pictures on here and the...
My wife, her sister and myself have just returned form Hilton Sharks Bay. It was my wife and I's 14th visit there and I can not praise the staff enough. From being picked up at the airport (thanks to an e-mail to the hotel) to returning to the airport the holiday was superb. The staff in particular bar waiter Wagdy Adel in the splash bar and Kamel Fattah in the Q bar went out of their way to ensuring service second to none. The towel man by the splash pool was extremely helpful at all times. It has been 18 months since we were last there so some of the staff have left but many of the ones that have remained remembered us and the welcome was wonderful. One of the main reasons for returning to this hotel is that the staff throughout the hotel make the holiday what it should be, friendly and relaxing. After talking to some of the ''first timers'' there they all agreed with that. It was also reassuring to see that the new General manager was routinely walking around at several times during the day and totally approachable with any queries. I was sorry that the chill out bar in the beach side had changed mainly due to accommodating the Russian holiday makers but the Q bar in the new side more than makes up for this. I read several reviews before we went this time and wondered if one or two had actually stayed in the Hilton Sharkes bay because their review was totally unbelievable. If you want a relaxing holiday with good food and wonderful staff in wall to wall sunshine I would certainly recommend this hotel especially at the deluxe side. We will be back in October!!!
Ok, September 2014 was our last of 10 Straight Visits to The Hilton, I was sad to Discover that most of the Negative reviews about the Hotel Food was Sadly True! When at the Hotel I Vowed I would not...
We stayed here for a week for a break away to enjoy the sun. The resort itself is nice, big and rooms are spacious (we had a deluxe room). The only thing that let it down was the service at certain places: We had a treatment at the spa and found the service to be no where near 4/5 star, more like 2/3 star. We had a mud wrap and my wife had make up on her face but they didn't bother to take the make up off and neither did they inform us she should remove it before arriving. Instead they decided to put the face mask on top of the makeup! lol That was the first and last treatment we had at the Spa. The waiters in the main restaurant would often walk right past you without checking if you need anything and I found I often had to ask for a drink more than once in order to get someone to serve us. On a plus note, one of the reception staff (Jescar Joseph) was very helpful along with Saad who was the Shisha guy on the resort. He was probably the most friendly and cheerful person we had the pleasure of meeting during our stay. The food was average at best although they had a wide selection, the quality wasn't up to the standard you would expect from a Hilton. There was also very little consistency as we ordered room service 3 times, each time ordering the same pizza but found it arrived differently every time. One good tip - Get a deluxe room as it is in the nicer (bigger) side of the resort, also do not expect anything in the local area, apart from one strip (Soho Square) there is very little to do in the surrounding area, the resort is in the middle of nowhere! There seems to be a lot of abandoned developments around in the area.
A hat and a bottle of sun-block will be in order for your stay here whenever you come. Even yuletide temperatures in the Sinai peninsula are over 20° Celsius, with summers soaring past 40° Celsius! Open your Christmas presents beside the pool or go on summer safari - just don’t bring your woolly jumper!
As UK, Courses or boosters usually advised: diphtheria; tetanus; poliomyelitis; hepatitis A; typhoid. Vaccines sometimes advised: tuberculosis; rabies; hepatitis B.
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British nationals travelling to Sharm el Sheikh, Dahab, Nuweiba and Taba resorts for up to 15 days receive a free entry permission stamp upon arrival. If you intend to travel out of these areas or stay longer than 15 days, you must get a visa.