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Overview
The Sultan Gardens Resort is on Egypt’s Southern Sinai Peninsula between Sharm El Sheikh international airport and the city centre. Surrounded by exotic gardens, the hotel has 520 rooms and suites in addition to 220 metres of private sandy beaches, superb offshore coral formations and an unrivalled view of Tiran Island. The Sultan Garden Resort is air conditioned throughout.

How far is the nearest beach?
This hotel overlooks the beach

Distance from Airport
The airport is situated 5Km from the hotel.

Rooms
Rooms at the Sultan Gardens Resort all feature a private terrace or balcony with a view of the sea, pool or gardens. Rooms are also air conditioned and have high speed internet access and satellite television.

Food & Drink
The Sultan Garden Resort has almost a dozen different places to eat and drink. No other resort in Sharm El Sheikh can boast as many eateries with as many different varieties of cuisine. Enjoy a delicious International buffet at  Linah, the main restaurant, or try some local favourites at sister buffet restaurant, Dana. The Al-Shalal Restaurant is a perfectly romantic outdoor dining experience. There are also bars, cafes and much more, not to mention the plethora of bars and restaurants in Sharm El Sheikh itself.

All Inclusive Food and Drinks
The AI programme consists of breakfast (07:00-10:30), lunch (12:30-15:00) and dinner (19:00-22:00), all buffet style with international cuisine, served in the Linah restaurant. During breakfast, juices, filter coffee, tea and hot chocolate are offered; during lunch & dinner, soft drinks, wine, spirits, draught beer, filter coffee and tea (all local). Also at the disposal of all inclusive guests twice weekly for lunch (12:30-15:00) and dinner (19:00-22:00) is the Casa Mia Italian restaurant (with prior reservation). Casa Mia offers tasty pasts and pizzas at lunch and a set menu at dinner. Snacks such as croissants, Danishes and sandwiches are available between 10:30 and 12:00 at the Al Shalal bar and the beach bar, light buffet and sandwiches from 13:00-15:00 at the beach , as well as light food, salads and cakes from 12:30-17:00 at the Al Shalal bar and the beach bar from 15:00-17:00. Guests can help themselves to as much free ice cream as they desire from 15:00-17:00 at the beach bar or the Al Shalal. Locally produced alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks such as mineral water, soft drinks cocktails, long drinks, etc (all by the glass) are served at the Al-Dar coffee shop (10:00-24:00), Lord's Inn bar (17:00-24:00), Al Shalal pool bar (09:00-24:00), Rock pool bar (09:00-sunset), beach bar (09:00-sunset) and the Sultan Garden Oriental corner (09:00-24:00). For cocktails and long drinks, there is a list of what's included in the all inclusive package in all bars. A large bottle of mineral water is provided daily to each guest room.

Sports & Entertainment
This resort has all the amenities one would expect of a high class resort including water-sports, live entertainment, fine dining, and easy access to local nightlife. The resort is mere minutes away from Sharm's most popular casinos and directly across from an 18 hole golf course. Furthermore, the diving here is considered to be amongst the best in the world.

   

TripAdvisor Traveller Rating

Based on 5052 reviews
 

Fantastic again

26 April 2015

We returned here after coming originally in 2013 and it was every bit as good as back then. The service is exceptional, right through from the management, the cleaners, the restaurant and bar staff...

We returned here after coming originally in 2013 and it was every bit as good as back then. The service is exceptional, right through from the management, the cleaners, the restaurant and bar staff and the entertainment team who were friendly without imposing themselves on you. Nothing is too much to ask at Sultan Gardens and the food was just as good again as well. The two extra evening restaurants were nice for variety (the Indian was especially tasty this time - try the Rogan Gosht if you are going, Prakash the head chef is excellent) and the variety of high quality food in the main restaurant left us very full and satisfied every meal, especially when anything Egyptian was on the menu (the koftas and grilled meats and fish were exceptional) As for the hotel, it really speaks for itself, the pool areas are clean and perfect for young kids and adults alike, the beach area is easily accessible and is lovely and the food and drink around all the bars were good enough for us. The rooms are functional and clean without being truly 5 star, but this suits us perfectly as I don't need much more from a hotel room. You can pay extra for better rooms and also those with sea views if you want. The tennis courts were an added bonus for us and we managed to use them most days and the kids club indoor and outdoor play area has recently been refurbished and our children had a great time in them. People with older children may find there is a bit less to do in the resort itself, but we spoke with people who had done some of the many activities on offer out of the resort and it sounds like there is plenty of choice. To conclude (if you have managed to get this far!) if you are planning on a holiday to Sharm, you will not be disappointed if you choose to go to Sultan Gardens. Certainly, if we go back to Sharm another year, we would not hesitate to come back here.

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Nothing was too much trouble ...

25 April 2015

As a single girl with pretty tricky dietary requirements ( no wheat no dairy) I'm a hard customer to satisfy .... This was my third time in Sharm but the first at SGR. I travelled with a friend...

As a single girl with pretty tricky dietary requirements ( no wheat no dairy) I'm a hard customer to satisfy .... This was my third time in Sharm but the first at SGR. I travelled with a friend, staying on an all inclusive basis, I returned yesterday, and wish I was still there. I like my own space, at SGR single occupancy of double rooms is at reasonable price ( not like many places) ok - the rooms could be upgraded, but they're spacious and very comfortable ( and to be honest I only really slept in there because why would you stay inside?.) The main restaurants cater for a huge number of people, so you can expect mass catering, but they do have an adult only floor which was great. Sometimes there were very few things I could eat , but Hany Hegazy Saber and Mohamed Tawflik personally made sure I was well catered for , even making special meals for me - you don't get that service in England very often! You hear many horror stories about becoming ill in Egypt, but I felt better than eating out in the UK. There is a choice of places to eat - book into the Italian restaurant as soon as you arrive, the food and service is exceptional. We also paid to eat at the Fish Market, it was well worth it as the Sunday shrimp special was probably the best fish I've eaten. The whole complex is very spacious so you never feel crowded, we spent most of the time around pool 2, this pool isn't heated, (others are) but the cold water was welcome in the heat. I recommend the Spa - I had a number of treatments that were well worth the extra money, its worth bartering to get a reduction in price. In Sharm you're guaranteed sunshine and snorkling , but it's the welcome and the service that makes or breaks a holiday. Without exception all the staff went the extra mile to make sure we were looked after - it is the norm to tip for good service, but everyone was equally happy to be rewarded by a smile. There are too many people to mention by name, but two people really stood out. Maher, the towel guy on the beach, never stopped working, moved the sun beds to make sure there was shade and popped by regularly to make sure everything was ok. El Sahir Samir looked after us nearly everywhere we went - in the beach bar, the Fish Market, the Italian and the Rahana bar, what a star! The worst part of the whole holiday was returning to Cornwall from Bristol with the A38 shut! i'm looking forward to returning later this year!

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Amazing first visit

25 April 2015

My partner and I have just returned from the Sultan Gardens. We both agreed that we've had the most relaxing week ever and that the Sultan Gardens has everything you could possibly need for some R&R...

My partner and I have just returned from the Sultan Gardens. We both agreed that we've had the most relaxing week ever and that the Sultan Gardens has everything you could possibly need for some R&R. We stayed in room 145 which overlooks the "quiet pool" and is perfectly located for all of the pools, reception, spa, oasis bar, and all of the restaurants. What made our week so special was the staff who work so tirelessly to ensure you have a wonderful stay. Everyone is so friendly and they genuinely want you to have a great stay. I have not experienced staff who insist that you relax on your sun lounger whilst they take a drinks order and bring them to you (we felt very spoilt and lazy!) We enjoyed a complimentary visit to both the Indian and Italian restaurants (both of which served fantastic food in a lovely setting). Thanks to a previous reviewer for recommending the beef fillet and garlic mash at the Italian - amazing! We enjoyed a couples full body massage at the spa which was so relaxing. They will tailor the massage to suit you whether deep tissue, relaxing or somewhere in the middle. The oasis bar was open til 1am and we enjoyed a drink after our meal here most evenings, although for a more quiet and intimate setting, try the quiet pool bar in the evening - we really liked it there. Most days we ate in the upstairs adults only restaurant. A couple of lunchtimes we ate at the main pool bar which serves more snacky bits like hotdogs/burger/chips as well as salad/rolls and cakes. Ice cream is also available here at certain times of the day. On the subject of food - we enjoyed it all! The standard is very good compared to previous hotels I have visited in Egypt and there is such a good choice. Something for even the fussiest of eaters. We spent most of our time at the main pools, visiting the beach for up to an hour a day to snorkel from the jetty. There is such a huge amount to see - although beware of the surgeon fish, it bites! Nice to see the hotel put a warning sign up about this as you enter the jetty with a photograph of the fish to look out for. All in all we had one of the best holidays ever. The hotel is undergoing refurbishment of the rooms which are a little tired (but hey, who goes away to sit in their hotel room!) and the adults only swim up bar pool is well underway and almost finished. If you are visiting, lucky you! We will probably be back one day.

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My 2nd home. Amazing

24 April 2015

2nd visit to Sultan Garden's in the space of a few months and I would always come back again and again so long as the same friendly staff are still there. It was so nice to be recognised and much of...

2nd visit to Sultan Garden's in the space of a few months and I would always come back again and again so long as the same friendly staff are still there. It was so nice to be recognised and much of the staff said welcome back! Great pools, nice enough rooms with decent amenities and a fantastic choice of all inclusive food and beverages. This time I was solo and never once did I feel alone or unsafe. Security is great and with so many friendly smiles from all the staff, I never felt alone. A big thanks to Mr Rasmi and Mr Bakar for taking into account my dietary needs and being flexible with eating arrangements for me :-) Also a special thank you to my friends for looking after me so well: Mohamed Maher, Ahmed Khalefa, Ahmed Eltahan, Ahmed.A Ghafar and the other Ahmed in the Sultana bar. I'll miss you all xxx

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Additional Information

  • Timezone Africa/Cairo
  • Language Arabic
  • Currency Egyptian Pound

Facilities

  • 24 Hour Reception
  • A la Carte Restaurant
  • Aerobics
  • Air Conditioning
  • Air Conditioning in public areas
  • Amphitheatre
  • Babysitting
  • Bar
  • Basketball
  • Beach Volleyball
  • Beauty Salon
  • Buffet Restaurant
  • By the Beach
  • Cafe/ Snack Bar
  • Currency Exchange
  • Darts
  • Doctors / Medical Centre
  • Entertainment
  • Family Hotel
  • Football
  • Gym
  • Heated Swimming Pool
  • Internet Access
  • Jacuzzi
  • Kids Club
  • Kids Playground
  • Kids Pool
  • Laundry Service
  • Lifts
  • Lounge
  • Luggage Storage
  • Mini Golf
  • Mini Market
  • Pool Bar
  • Pool/Billiard Table
  • Private Beach
  • Reception
  • Restaurant
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Sauna
  • Scuba Diving
  • Shops
  • Shuttle Bus
  • Spa
  • Sport Facilities
  • Squash
  • Steam Bath
  • Swimming Pool
  • Table Tennis
  • Telephone
  • Tennis Court(s)
  • TV Lounge
  • Water Sports
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Tourist Information

Weather

The climate in Sharm el Sheikh is hot and dry, with sizzling summers peaking at around 45ºC and winters generally averaging in the 20s. During the summer months of June and July the sun stays out for a staggering thirteen hours per day and isn't for the light hearted. As Sharm el Sheikh is essentially in the dessert, the average rain fall from June until September is an average of 0mm, so your chances of being hit by rain is practically zero! During the winter months however, the sun levels reduce slightly to around eight or nine hours per day and the chance of rain is increased to approximately one day in each month. At both the beginning and towards the end of the season there are increased chances of sandstorms.

Jabs

As UK, Courses or boosters usually advised: diphtheria; tetanus; poliomyelitis; hepatitis A; typhoid. Vaccines sometimes advised: tuberculosis; rabies; hepatitis B.

Electricity

Round 2-Pin Sockets, 220V

Visa

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.