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This beautiful Resort hotel has a really great location, just minutes away from the heart of Naama Bay on the southern end of Egypt's Sinai Peninsula. It's a popular area thanks to its beautiful beaches and stunning scuba diving spots. It's a great choice for a fun-filled family holiday, with a great selection of bars and restaurants onsite, swimming pools, kids' facilities, a full service spa, and much more.
How far is the nearest beach?
The hotel is located 200m from the sandy beach.
Distance from Airport
The hotel is located 12km from Sharm El Sheikh International Airport.
Built in two residential clusters all 356 guest rooms, suites, apartments and studios are equipped and decorated to the highest of standards, each with its own private terrace or balcony offering views of the pool or the stunning surrounding landscapes.
There are also 22 beach hut style bungalows, all of which are very well equipped and tastefully decorated. These comprise of twin rooms and directly face the sea, so the delights of the Red Sea marine life are just a few minutes away. Rooming facilities include air conditioning, bathroom with shower, hairdryer, TV and mini-fridge.
Food & Drink
This hotel offers an array of elegant buffet and speciality restaurants within the resort which means you won’t have to travel far for delicious food and refreshing drinks. The main buffet restaurant Pharaoh, features theme nights inspired by worldwide cuisine, including Oriental and European.
The hotel's All Inclusive programme consists of breakfast (07:00-10:00), lunch (12:30-15:00) and dinner (18:30-22:00, with international theme cuisine), all buffet style, served in the Pharaoh restaurant. Lunch can also be taken at Dolce Vita beach restaurant, with a choice of A la Carte menu (12:30-15:30). During meals local alcoholic & soft drinks by the glass are offered (exclude fresh juices, Turkish coffee, cappuccino & espresso). Also at the disposal of the AI guests, within the dine-around concept, are the two A la Carte restaurants: Chez Pascal (meat & seafood dishes), and Saddle (Mexican menu). Snacks such as hot dogs, sandwiches, pizza, pasta, French fries, etc are available at Chez Pascal between 11:30 & 16:30. Tea & coffee time with homemade cakes is from 16:00-17:00 at Waves bar. Locally produced alcoholic & non-alcoholic drinks like soft & hot drinks,beer, wine, spirits, alcoholic & non-alcoholic cocktails, etc are served from 10:00 till midnight at the resort, the pool bar (10:00-sunset) and the Waves bar (13:00-24:00).
The All Inclusive programme for Beach Bungalow guests includes breakfast (07:00-10:30), lunch (12:30-15:00) and dinner (18:30-22:00), all buffet style, served in the Dolce Vita restaurant. Snacks are available between 12:30 & 16:30 at Dolce Vita; (with charge). There is the traditional oven pizza serving delicious Italian pizza. All Inclusive drinks (as listed above) are served at the beach bar from 09:00 until midnight.
Sports & Entertainment
There is a water park with 4 swimming pools (one of which is heated in the winter), making it the perfect destination for an year round getaway. There is a full spa service (additional charge) and a daily shuttle bus service to the beach for all guests at this hotel. The animation team conduct team activities around the swimming pool, water polo, water gym, soft gym, darts, table tennis and beach volley.
was a little worried when thomas cook sent email saying about building work,when we got there our room was only 1 room away from the block off on our corridor BUT we hardly had any noise and the...
was a little worried when thomas cook sent email saying about building work,when we got there our room was only 1 room away from the block off on our corridor BUT we hardly had any noise and the cleaner always apologised even though it wasn't his fault.most of the noise was in the daytime but we were by the pool and even then you couldn't hear anything.the hotel staff are fantastic if you have any problems they went out there way to help.a big thank you to SAYEED and the boys in the atrium restaurant they were brilliant with our son reece.also a big thank you to HANNA for our romantic meal even though our son had to join us at the last minute.a couple of downsides we felt was 1stly the wi-fi,as its a all inclusive hotel we felt we shouldn't have had to pay for wi-fi and when we did pay for it,it was slow.and the only other thing was the children's food,there wasn't enough choice.the childrens breakfast apart from the cereal and a few sausages and eggs i don't think that the chicken nuggets and roast potatoes are not breakfast material.BUT apart from the couple of downsides we WILL visit again and hopefully the building work will be finished. a BIG THANK YOU to MOHAMMED the thomas cook rep he was brilliant,we got over charged for something we bought whilst out there and he sorted it out for us and helped us with alot of things and he loved our son as he is roughly the same age as his own son.we have swapped emails with some of the staff and have told them we will be back and we will email when we are going.
Cannot fault this hotel. The food was lovely, especially Nathan's! The animation team were always getting us involved in all the day and night time activities (especially chico, who made my boyfriend...
Cannot fault this hotel. The food was lovely, especially Nathan's! The animation team were always getting us involved in all the day and night time activities (especially chico, who made my boyfriend look forward to half 3 everyday). The room was beautiful right beside the pool! The staff were always there to get you drinks and have a laugh and joke with. They helped us when my boyfriend was ill and gave us some tips to help him recover. People will always complain and moan wherever you go but in our opinion the holiday was amazing and we made some brilliant friends. Cannot wait to go back next year!!
This is a big hotel with plenty of choice of pools depending if you want entertainment or just to relax. The beds around the the bigger pools are cheap and uncomfortable but very good and comfortable...
This is a big hotel with plenty of choice of pools depending if you want entertainment or just to relax. The beds around the the bigger pools are cheap and uncomfortable but very good and comfortable at the smaller ones. The hotel has some impressive areas especially around the lobby but some other parts need attention. The toilets around the main pool were especially. We had a family room as we travelled with 3 children. This room was accessed via 2 flights of stairs so not ideal with a pushchair. The room was very basic but nice enough and clean. I did have to contact reception on several occasions because we had been left no or not enough towels. A glass table topper had been broken on the edge leaving it razor sharp. This actually sliced my son's inflatable arm band - luckily just the arm band. Staff ranged from excellent, couldn't do enough for you to plane rude. Queue jumping by Egyptians was the norm and defended. The beers were good but most bars didn't have enough glasses and reverted to disposable ones somewhere in between a shot glass and half pint in size. The food at the main restaurants was average if I was to be generous. No variety from one night to the next. The ala carte restaurants on the other hand were easily the best of any all inclusive hotel I've been to. Nathan's restaurant provided a break from the queues and ignorant customers on a lunch time. The hotel taxi/limo service was fantastic and highly recommended instead of being ripped off by normal taxis. The night time entertainment was usually of a better standard than other all inclusive. No free WiFi and the price could vary depending on customer and reception staff. All in all, room for improvement but nothing so severe it would put me off if the right deal came up again.
Beautiful hotel, great staff. Food pretty good. Brilliant atmosphere my only issue was how big the hotel is meant it was quite a trek to the restaurant and reception from where we were staying but as...
Beautiful hotel, great staff. Food pretty good. Brilliant atmosphere my only issue was how big the hotel is meant it was quite a trek to the restaurant and reception from where we were staying but as I said great place and very clean! Would definitely come again
One of the world's driest places, Na'ama Bay's warm New Year temperatures average around 20° Celsius, heating up to over 40° Celsius in the summer! Whether you're strolling through the sand-baked streets of Sharm or lolling by the pool, be sure to pack your sunscreen on holidays to Na'ama Bay!
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.