The Best Resorts in Sharm El-Sheikh

Enjoy the peace and quiet of SUNRISE Montemare or choose to stay in another of Sharm El Sheikh's best resorts
Enjoy the peace and quiet of SUNRISE Montemare or choose to stay in another of Sharm El Sheikh's best resorts | Courtesy of SUNRISE Montemare Resort / Expedia
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16 December 2020

With 60km of coastline, towering desert sand dunes and craggy mountain ranges, the popular coastal city of Sharm El-Sheikh on Egypt’s Red Sea is a traveller’s dream. Throw in a sparkling nightlife, easily accessible diving sites and top-notch dining and you’ll understand why many return here year after year. Take your pick from countless beachfront resorts where added extras include children’s yoga classes, ice cream hours, belly dancing lessons and elaborate water parks.

Royal Savoy Sharm El-Sheikh

Chain Hotel, Luxury
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Royal Savoy
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If the personal touch counts, you’ll feel thoroughly indulged at the Royal Savoy. Part of The Savoy resort, this hotel pampers guests with a limo pick up at the airport, welcome flowers and a fruit basket, a private beach and an exclusive lounge area offering afternoon tea and a complimentary happy hour. The resort’s Soho Square is also on the doorstep and offers restaurants, ice skating, bowling, cultural exhibitions and its popular dancing fountains.

Steigenberger Alcazar

Chain Hotel, Luxury
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Steigenberger Alcazar
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Don’t waste a moment of your precious holiday trekking from the airport. This five-star resort in Nabq Bay is less than ten-minutes from Sharm El-Sheikh International Airport – so you can start unwinding on the private beach in no time. No need to worry about your wallet either: the generous all-inclusive package includes minibar soft drinks, ice cream hours, tea time cakes, patisserie delicacies and five à la carte restaurants including the upscale Italian, Limoni.

SUNRISE Montemare Resort

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SUNRISE Montemare Resort
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Peace and quiet are the standard in this tranquil all-inclusive adults-only property. Lounge in a private cabana on the hotel’s own beach, sip cocktails by the pool or try scuba diving, aqua aerobics, water polo and even tennis on the floodlit court. If that sounds like hard work, join yoga or sunset meditation classes and book into the spa for a Turkish bath and massage.

Four Seasons Resort Sharm El-Sheikh

Chain Hotel, Luxury
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No need to compromise on luxury just because the kids are in tow. The Four Seasons in Sharm may be the area’s most opulent hotel, but it welcomes kids with open arms, spoiling them rotten with welcome gifts, camel rides, beach games, food-decorating classes, children’s yoga and a jungle gym. There’s also a completely free kids programme, a teen centre and kids pool, as well as devices such as a Wii, a PlayStation and an iPad available for you to rent.

Albatros Palace Resort Sharm El-Sheikh

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Albatros Palace Sharm
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Fly and flop at this pretty white-washed resort in Montazah Ras Nasrani, just 15 minutes from lively Na’ama Bay. With four swimming pools, a scuba diving centre and a myriad of sports activities on offer – including beach volleyball and windsurfing – there’s no need to leave once you’ve checked in. Instead, feast on Italian, Asian and seafood dishes, watch live performances at the hotel’s amphitheatre with a fruity cocktail and enjoy ice cream, cookies and cake every afternoon – all part of the hotel’s all-inclusive package.

Rixos Sharm El-Sheikh

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Rixos Sharm El Sheikh
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Bored of buffets? The all-inclusive offerings at the Rixos in Nabq Bay will tantalize even the fussiest foodies. A staggering seven à la carte restaurants include specialist Japanese, Turkish, Chinese and Brazilian eateries – but even the obligatory buffet wows with a dedicated kids’ corner, live cooking stations and a mouth-watering dessert section to get you drooling. Spend days dreaming of your next meal at one of seven swimming pools, the swanky spa or at the golden beach lined with palms.

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  • Coral Sea Sensatori

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    Coral Sea Sensatori
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    It’s easy to holiday without leaving your room at the Coral Sea Sensatori resort. Even the standard bedrooms come with a balcony and in-room Jacuzzi bathtub, while many have direct swim-up access or sea-view Jacuzzis on the terrace. If you can drag yourself away, there’s a basketball and beach volleyball court, a water-sports centre, beautiful Balinese-inspired spa and even archery available for active types. Families won’t want to leave the splash pool though, with its water jets, slides and tipping bucket for the brave.

    Sultan Gardens Resort

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    Sultan Gardens Resort
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    Badminton, banana boats and belly dancing lessons are all on offer at this action-packed resort in Shark’s Bay, between Sharm airport and the city centre. Even the beach – with its two bars, massage area, children’s playground, dive club and an ancient fossil reef – is so restless that sunbathers are always entertained. Children won’t be bored either with their own junior-sized basketball and football courts, a jungle gym, all-day entertainment programme and their very own buffet in the kids’ club.

    SUNRISE Diamond Beach Resort

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    SUNRISE Diamond Beach Resort
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    When a regular pool just won’t cut it, the Sunrise Diamond Beach Resort goes the extra mile. The hotel has its very own water park with eight thrilling slides, while its other pools host swimming competitions, water Olympics, aqua aerobics and trial dive sessions. When night falls, there’s a glamorous shisha café and late-night bar for dancing – but don’t miss drinks at the Blue Sky Lounge, for panoramic views across the whole resort and the Red Sea beyond.

    Parrotel Beach Resort

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    Parrotel Beach Reosrt
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    The Parrotel Beach Resort brings a distinctly Italian flavour to Sharm El-Sheik. Dining options include an espresso cafe, a Mediterranean buffet with live entertainment, an Italian à la carte by a waterfall and a family-friendly pizzeria. Work off the Italian goodies at the large fitness centre, jogging tracks, diving centre and three tennis courts or choose a sun-soaked spot by one of three swimming pools to relax in and don’t spend another moment worrying about it.
    These recommendations were updated on December 16, 2020 to keep your travel plans fresh.

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