The resort town of Sharm el-Sheikh, located at the southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt, is best known for its amazing coral reefs and mild climate. Sharm El Sheikh is especially popular with scuba divers and scuba diving enthusiasts who appreciate easy access to the diversity of marine life and beautiful corals. Check out our offers of the best luxury hotels in Sharm El Sheikh and start planning your holiday!
The Royal Savoy
The Royal Savoy Sharm El Sheikh hotel welcomes its guests to the airport. A luxury chauffeured limousine takes them to the check-in area, where individual preferences or special requests are discussed over a welcome drink. Royal Savoy Hotel is located just outside the city in a separate wing of the Savoy’s landscaped gardens. All the advantages of a five-star hotel have been preserved here, but a firmer emphasis on attentive service and exceptional privacy. The complex is intended for adults only. The hotel consists of colourful villas and low-rise buildings surrounded by manicured gardens with palm trees, lawns and sculptures. The interiors combine an elegant modern style with art deco elements such as cherry wood panels and polished chrome details, which creates a look of urban chic. Next to each villa there is a swimming pool and a private garden. Smaller buildings have suites with large balconies.
Rooms are decorated in an elegant, modern style and the villas are traditionally furnished with Arabic décor and ancient Egyptian themes. It offers fresh flowers, fruit, free high-speed Wi-Fi, a well-stocked minibar and other amenities. Bathrooms are decorated with marble, towels, bathrobes and slippers, quality toiletries and a wall-mounted hairdryer.
A buffet breakfast is included in the room rate. Meals are served on the terraces overlooking the sea or delivered to your room. Free snacks and local drinks are available throughout the day.
The hotel offers a private beach, three swimming pools with hammam, sauna and hot tub. The spa offers a wide range of massages and beauty treatments. In addition, the hotel has several sports facilities: tennis courts, a fitness room, diving, sailing and scuba diving bases.
Royal Albatros Moderna
Royal Albatros Moderna is ideal for guests wishing to spend an All Inclusive Egyptian holiday. This lively resort consists of two-storey cream-coloured stone buildings with large white windows. Built in 2004, the property is covered with green lawns and lush gardens all the way to the beach. The sandy beach is equipped with sun loungers, straw umbrellas with wicker screens for privacy. Access to the water is decorated with a wooden pier, from which guests can dive or go snorkeling.
The hotel has ramps, the elevator is located in a huge lobby, decorated with huge stone columns, leather sofas and an ornate chandelier. There are six swimming pools, as well as a water park with children’s and adult slides.
The modern and clean rooms are decorated with brown textiles, decorated with leaf patterns that go perfectly with dark wood furniture and gold decorations on the walls. Standard rooms are equipped with air conditioning, a safety deposit box, a TV and tea making facilities. Most rooms have a minibar, balcony or terrace overlooking the pool, garden with sea views, free Wi-Fi. Bathrooms vary, with some rooms with glass showers and others with a shower/bath combination. The royal suites feature modern coffee machines and large spa baths. The family rooms have bunk beds.
Five restaurants serve Mediterranean buffet cuisine, Italian, Asian, Middle Eastern and German cuisine. The hotel also has 13 bars and cafes, including a round-the-clock ice cream parlour. It features a colourful indoor kids’ club, a playground, a children’s pool and an outdoor theatre for entertainment. A variety of sports can be enjoyed here, from beach volleyball to tennis, billiards and archery. Guests can also go camel riding or enjoy an adult dance session. Spa facilities include steam baths, a sauna, an Egyptian hammam, hot tubs and treatment rooms. The hotel has a full-service beauty salon. The spacious gym is equipped with modern cardio equipment.
Baron Palms Resort
Baron Palms Resort Sharm El Sheikh combines Andalusian architecture with an abundance of Moorish touches. The resort opened in 1999. Although the area is not very large, it is equipped with manicured lawns, a large number of tropical plants and palm trees. The resort is not located directly on the beach, but a short walk along the boulevard will lead to a long private beach with a floating marina.
The hotel’s 230 comfortable rooms are decorated in authentic and charming colours. Carved wooden furniture, arched stucco in arabesques, framing the beds, small patterned carpets, white duvets make the interior modern and stylish. Beige tiles lead to the sliding glass doors of the balcony with wicker chairs, from which a stunning panorama opens.
The infrastructure is represented by a central pool with soft sun loungers and drinks, several restaurants, bars and a spa with a fitness center.
The pool is divided into two parts and includes mini waterfalls, hot tubs and drinks by the pool.
The hotel’s beach features a floating pool and a jetty for snorkeling. There is also a wellness centre with treatment rooms, a sauna and a fitness room. A variety of goods can be purchased on site, including jewellery, perfumes and souvenirs, as well as live music, although this resort leans more towards peace and quiet than active programs.
The room rate includes a buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner at the hotel’s main restaurant, as well as an a la carte menu by the pool and in the Egyptian restaurant. Unlimited local alcoholic beverages and a wide range of soft drinks are included. Snacks and ice cream are also provided free of charge throughout the day.
Stella Di Mare Beach Hotel & Spa
The hotel is located on a hill on a low cliff near the southwest entrance to Naama Sharm El Bay. The central tourist center of Sheikh, full of restaurants, shops and noisy nightclubs. The lively city centre is a leisurely walk away, although the hotel provides a fast and free shuttle service. Sharm El Sheikh International Airport is about a 20-minute drive away.
The hotel has almost 300 rooms, all decorated in a traditional style with wooden furniture, plaid bedding and Art Deco elements.
The infrastructure is represented by a full-service spa, two swimming pools, an artificial beach and restaurants.
The elegant La Terraza is the main restaurant of the hotel, located on the third floor. The hotel has two à la carte restaurants, one of which serves Mediterranean cuisine. Another restaurant with an impressive clifftop deck serves Asian cuisine. The bars can order everything. The gelateria restaurant serves Italian cuisine and homemade ice cream until sunset. In the evenings, guests can enjoy live entertainment.
Hotel Stella di Mare has no water parks, but there is a children’s club and a games room. Guests also use an artificial sandy beach with two piers (one stationary, the other floating) to help divers explore the coral reef right off the shore.
Xperience Sea Breeze Resort
Xperience Sea Breeze Resort opened in 2011. The hotel is located on a long strip between the other two resorts, the territory is quite limited, there are few open spaces and greenery. The way to the shore goes down the hill, back you need to climb uphill, so the hotel is not very suitable for the elderly. The beach consists of sandy multi-tiered terraces. The wooden pier extends to a magnificent coral reef. Resort for adults only, children under 16 years old are not allowed children. Xperience Sea Breeze is also popular with newlyweds.
The hotel has 304 spacious rooms with furnished balconies and sea views. All rooms are decorated in a modern style, equipped with a standard set of amenities, including a mini-bar, tea / coffee making facilities, TV. All rooms have showers and Deluxe rooms have jet baths. There are also bathing rooms with direct access from the terrace to the pool.
Tiran Restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner in buffet style and offers views of Tiran Island. There are also à la carte restaurants. The infrastructure is represented by swimming pools, three bars and a beautiful rooftop café, where guests can smoke a hookah or drink coffee. The resort has five swimming pools, one of which has a bar and a water slide.
The entertainment team organises daytime activities and evening entertainment. The on-site health club includes a sauna, Turkish bath and a decent fitness centre.
Coral Sea Holiday Village
As the name suggests, the Coral Sea Resort Village is an autonomous resort without any neighborhood. The architecture of the hotel complex is low-rise buildings in the Andalusian style, drowning in bright colors. The resort is located in a newly developed area on the southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula overlooking the Red Sea.
The 484 spacious rooms are simply decorated and feature furnished terraces and free Wi-Fi. The décor of the rooms is simple, the furniture is modern, the amenities are standard: air conditioning, mini-bar, telephone and TV, tea / coffee making facilities, DVD player and bathrobes. There are also rooms with bunk beds and game consoles for children.
The resort has a good selection of restaurants serving everything from Pan-Asian and Italian cuisine to Mexican and Indian cuisine. A buffet service for breakfast, lunch and dinner is provided, and numerous bars serve drinks and snacks throughout the day.
The infrastructure is represented by 11 swimming pools, including water slides and a children’s pool.
The hotel also overlooks a pleasant sandy strip of beach with sun loungers and a long marina, a volleyball court and “pirate ships”, an attraction that you can climb. The hotel has a dive shop. Entertainment includes a kids club for the little ones with live performances and a weekly beach party. The hotel’s spa and wellness club features a sauna, hot tub and hammam. There is a round-the-clock clinic on site.
The all-inclusive rate includes breakfast, lunch and dinner in buffet form, as well as one meal per week in the à la carte restaurant. Unlimited local alcoholic beverages, a wide range of non-alcoholic cocktails and juices are also included in the price and served in the restaurant during lunch.
Charmillion Sea Life Resort
Sea Life Resort stands out from the competition with a beautiful view of the island of Tiran and direct access to the pebble beach. Manicured gardens with palm trees and trimmed hedges, Egyptian-style sand-colored buildings and sea views give the resort a sense of luxury. The resort has a clean, spacious lagoon-shaped pool and a children’s pool overlooking the sea. The terrace is equipped with wooden sun loungers with blue striped pillows, beige umbrellas, a towel rack and showers. There are no lifeguards. Under the terrace there are billiards tables and a ping-pong table.
Sea Life Resort is a short walk from the beach, which offers a dive centre and a reef where guests can enjoy scuba diving. Guests can enjoy camel riding, stargazing or boat trips on site. Shops, bars and restaurants, including the popular ice bar, can be found in Soho Square, a seven-minute drive away. Naama Bay is an 18-minute drive away. Guests can enjoy all amenities, including a water park, at sister Sea Club Aqua Park and Sea Gardens, located about a five-minute walk from each other.
The spacious rooms are simply decorated and feature a balcony or terrace with pool or sea views and white plastic furniture. Four special rooms are designed for guests with reduced mobility. The bathrooms are decorated with beige tiles with a magnifying mirror, bidet and shower. Interconnecting rooms are also available.
There are three restaurants and three bars on site, including the main restaurant, which serves breakfast lunch and themed dinner buffets. The Sir Francis Drake Pub & Disco is open until 2 a.m. It features a round-the-clock lobby bar with a terrace, a poolside bar serving snacks and drinks, and the seafood restaurant Il Pescatore, which serves lunch and dinner on the beach. All-inclusive packages are available. The partner hotel has several other restaurants and drinking establishments.
The kids’ club has a playground with sea views. The Grand Amphitheater and stage host live entertainment for the whole family. There is also a corner for a businessman with four computers and numerous shops selling souvenirs and jewelry. The small spa offers poolside massage rooms, awnings and a Turkish bath. There is also a hairdresser. The gym is equipped with modern equipment and free weights.
The upscale resort of the independent Baron chain was opened in 1998 at the southern tip of the Sinai and remains still one of the greenest complexes in the area. Buildings occupy only a fifth of its landscaped gardens. The gardens are manicured, with wide paths cutting through lawns dotted with palm trees, tropical plants and vibrant flowers. The hotel is a long, low-rise building stretching along the entire length of the plot and overlook a wide private area, a sandy beach and coral reefs of the Red Sea.
The hotel has 360 rooms with panoramic windows, furnished terraces or balconies. The décor is fresh and quite modern. They are equipped with air conditioning, a minibar and a TV. The high-end rooms feature Egyptian cotton linens and fluffy bathrobes and slippers, and free laundry once a week. Internet access is paid, and Wi-Fi coverage is very heterogeneous.
The hotel has several restaurants, including Indian, Egyptian, Italian. Some restaurants host themed evenings, with various bars and cafes offering everything from dancing to a swimming pool with hookahs and Cuban cigars.
The hotel has one main Olympic-sized swimming pool, surrounded by plenty of sun loungers and heated during the cooler months. There is also a partially indoor pool with sea views for adults only, as well as a separate pool for children.
For children there are two children’s clubs for different ages, an indoor playground, daily entertainment programs. A spa and wellness centre is available on site. The sandy beach has its own bar, as well as a floating pool and a pier to the magnificent coral reef – the center of water sports.
The resort offers a wide range of accommodation options , from simple B&B to half board and all-inclusive meals.
Charmillion Gardens Aqua Park
The smallest hotel in Sea Group Resorts. On the territory of the hotel there are two-storey buildings with well-kept gardens, green lawns, ponds, palm trees, views of the sea and the island of Tiran. A two-minute walk away is a private beach in a partner resort, with umbrellas, sun loungers, showers and a private Pier.
The hotel has a lagoon-shaped swimming pool with a separate children’s pool, a stone waterfall and a wooden bridge. Overlooking Tiran Island, the poolside terrace features a tattoo stand, a DJ booth and a ping-pong table. Guests of the Sea Gardens can also use the facilities of the sister hotels Sea Life and Sea Club. Guests receive one free voucher for a water park with slides for adults and children, as well as a wave pool.
Sea Gardens Hotel offers standard suites and family rooms with classic wooden furnishings, neutral tiled floors and colourful Egyptian paintings on the walls. Rooms and suites are designed to accommodate families with children, as each has a separate bedroom and living room with a comfortable sofa or bed. Each family room has a TV, safe, mini fridge with free bottled water, tea/coffee making facilities, bathrobes and slippers. All rooms and suites have balconies or terraces with sliding glass doors, clay tiles, patio-style furnishings and pool and/or garden views. The clean, modern bathrooms have a bidet and a walk-in shower.
Guests won’t be hungry with an on-site all-inclusive restaurant, a round-the-clock lobby bar, as well as a poolside bar and restaurants in two neighbouring hotels serving everything from Japanese to Lebanese and Egyptian cuisine. There is a children’s club with a playground on site, and in the evenings, entertainment for children is held in the amphitheaters of partner hotels. The hotel’s games room features billiards tables, air hockey and arcade games. Sister Sea Club Resort’s clean spa features treatment rooms, a hot tub, sauna, Turkish bath and beauty salon. The hotel’s bright gym is small, but it has several cardio and strength training machines. The nearby coral reef offers great snorkelling and beach volleyball.
Coral Sea Sensatori
Formerly known as coral Sea Imperial Resort, this huge hotel was reopened as Sensatori Sharm El-Sheikh by Coral Sea in 2010. Arriving at this all-inclusive resort, guests are greeted by an elegant, modern façade of polished stone and glass that immediately sets it apart from most hotels of its type.
The hotel’s 470 rooms are tastefully and elegantly decorated, with modern furnishings in neutral colours and adjustable lighting. The docking station includes an iPod station, tea/coffee making facilities and free Wi-Fi. Clean and modern bathrooms with showers, deep baths and bidet. The rooms offer beautiful sea views.
Fountain View Resort’s main restaurant serves a rich breakfast, lunch and dinner buffet each morning. There are five other restaurants, ranging from an American-style beach eatery to a Middle Eastern restaurant, a pool bar, a piano bar and a spa bar. The hotel has five swimming pools, a private beach with floating piers overlooking a stunning coral reef.
Overlooking the beach, chavana’s upscale Chavana Spa features an indoor pool, sauna, steam bath and a wide range of treatments including massages for couples. For the youngest guests there are children’s clubs, splash pools and playgrounds. Older guests can enjoy water skiing, scuba diving and sailing. Free wi-fi is available throughout the hotel.