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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.
will stay again,staff looked after us very well.Room was first class,air cond' spot on.Pool cleaned every day.Food very good and lots of choices.Room cleaners did a very good job,every day .bath...
will stay again,staff looked after us very well.Room was first class,air cond' spot on.Pool cleaned every day.Food very good and lots of choices.Room cleaners did a very good job,every day .bath towel art was wonderful.
I initially chose this hotel for because there are 2 gyms. Turns out One is pretty well equipped and one is a small cardio and core area. I asked to upgrade to the deluxe side and was told it would...
I initially chose this hotel for because there are 2 gyms. Turns out One is pretty well equipped and one is a small cardio and core area. I asked to upgrade to the deluxe side and was told it would be £15 extra per night. I had a look at the room on the deluxe side and there was no difference so I decided against this. Lets start with the positives. Good facilities, gym pools, beach etc. Are of a good standard. No queues & clean rooms Sounds good right? So why does it get only a 2 rating from me? Have you heard the one about the italian resteraunt which can't cook a pizza? I wish there was a punchline. El Rustico is awful. In one night I sent back 3 pizzas which had the consistency of a runny omelette and a fillet steak which had the texture of a smoldering tyre. I then ended up walking out The food in the buffet is inedible with very few fresh ingredients,the wine tastes like vinagar and avoid the salad if you don't want to get sick as it is all washed with chemicals. Massively below usual hilton standards If you're going to stay here go for the room only option and get your food and drink from elsewhere. All inclusive option is a complete waste of money
This was a great hotel with good staff. We were "upgraded" when when we arrived to the deluxe side of the hotel, I later worked out that they like to keep the Russian and British separated, with...
This was a great hotel with good staff. We were "upgraded" when when we arrived to the deluxe side of the hotel, I later worked out that they like to keep the Russian and British separated, with their own bars and restaurants, whether this is a good or bad thing I will leave to you to diside. The food was good for an all inclusive buffet, with different themes every night, and unlike some hotels I have stayed in you can actually tell the difference. It was just me and my 6 year old son travelling and he always found something he liked to eat. The main family bar was good, service was amazing considering there was only two bartenders serving upwards of 150 people, never waited more than a couple of minutes for a drink. If you are looking for a quite drink after dinner the Olympic bar (main bar) is probable not for you but across the lobby there was an adult only bar which looked very nice, didn't use this bar as I was on my own with my son. As for the beach, it is small but there was plent of space on the terraces above the beach, seamed to be much quieter after lunch than in the morning. There is a pontoon to get out to the reef which was, around the fringes, average for the Red Sea. The sea floor does drop off very fast, may 50m away from the end of the pontoon you can not see the bottom, which if you are nervous of deep water can be a bit off putting, luckily my son was fine with it and we saw fish that I have never seen before in three previous trips to Egypt, some of which were bigger than my son, very exciting for the both of us. The rooms where very nice, modern and spacious. We were at the far end of the hotel, as far away from the beach as you can get, but it was only a 10 minute walk, if that was ever too much for us there was an open sided bus shuttle bus to the beach every 10-15 minutes. Looking on Google Earth before we went I was a little concerned about the hotel backing on to the airport, being at that end of the hotel we could see the planes taking off from out the front door, but I can honestly say that they never woke us up or stopped us sleeping, in fact even with the patio doors open you could barely hear them. All in all this was what I was expecting standards and service wise from a Hilton, very good.
Overall the hotel is average. The rooms are clean and the hotel is in good shape. The staff are very friendly and always go the extra mile to make sure you are happy with everything. Could not...
Overall the hotel is average. The rooms are clean and the hotel is in good shape. The staff are very friendly and always go the extra mile to make sure you are happy with everything. Could not have been more impressed by their quality of service. However, the food serviced at this hotel is awful. There is nothing appetising to choose from and nothing tasted nice. Both myself and my boyfriend had sore stomachs and it soon became apparent it was from the hotel food because of its poor quality. Because of the bad food I decided to treat my boyfriend to a romantic dinner on the beach at the hotel costing 600le. Since we had to pay for this meal I expected the food to be a lot better. When we arrived our waiter Talaat was amazing, he created such a lovely scenery and we were very impressed. However when the food appeared it became apparent it was the same bad quality as the hotels restaurant. It was absolutely disgusting. They did comp the meal but it is still out of order that they even served us such awful food. This experience with such bad stomachs has turned us both off of returning to Egypt again.
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.