Shopping in Sharm El Sheikh

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Shopping in Sharm El Sheikh

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  • Naomi F
    1 contribution
    Good Vibe for the time of year!

    Enjoyed Soho Sq for a change of scenery in the evening from the hotel and one of the fee places we didn't get harassed.

    Food was lovely from the restaurant that offers multiple cuisines and good value for money.

    Only downside is the watch we bought as a gift stopped working after 12 hours we weren't expecting it to last more than a year but hoping more than 1 day so be careful with what you buy.
    Written January 24, 2023
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  • Anthia
    London, UK17 contributions
    A lovely place to visit but be prepared to have everyone trying to sell you something,
    I can say there’s some beautiful hand made and interesting things that caught my eye, and which I brought but the whole experience can be overwhelming.
    There’s a lovely mosque which you can take lovely photos outside and some good restaurants also so try and visit if in sharm.

    From our hotel - concode we didn’t pay more than 300 Egyptian pounds each way
    Written December 28, 2022
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  • Trevor P
    Southend-on-Sea, UK173 contributions
    Visited genena city expecting to be wowed with all the shops but unfortunately I was not. The main mall area hasn’t been designed well and seems to be more open areas and walk ways than shops. Having said that further up the road stumbled across a market/promenade which so many shops we couldn’t get round them all
    Written October 12, 2022
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  • Miss_Kirstie_Jade
    Leicester, UK186 contributions
    My partner and I visited here and it was... ok.
    We had done most of out shopping so didn't really need to buy much. We were asked into restaurants every single time. They do not take no for an answer, I advise you to keep walking!
    Be prepared for a haggle I was being charged for some wall plates triple what they were worth but eventually after 20 mins... I got them down to a reasonable price. If you have time to kill it's an alright area. Also the sellers are very clever... keep your hotel wristbands (if you are all inclusive) hidden because if you are in a more expensive hotel they up the prices...

    All in all its nice to go and get out and it's worth a look but don't expect to be blown away.
    Written May 6, 2017
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  • Olivier S
    7 contributions
    Ibrahim, alias Lionel Richie of Naama Bay, what an outgoing person. We love him. A business and salesman the world should have more of. Having lived in England "Excuse me", he knows how to treat his cutomers; a friendly word here and there, a smile, good laughs and a helpful crew.
    Although we are used to fixed prices in our country (Switzerland), knowing that a) often customers are ripped off, but at least everybody the same, and b) everybody has to make a living, we did not feel pressured into buying something we did not intend to. Lionel is an honest salesman who has to also earn a living for himself, his family and his staff, and with some bartering (a must in Egypt), prices are reasonable and you go back to your hotel without any feeling of having been taken to the cleaners (which we could not find any in Naama Bay :).
    I can guarantee that everybody gets a fair price, whatever ethnic background you have.
    Written January 1, 2023
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  • Mango Market
    1 contribution
    ,you will find everything what you need, Very
    nice place ,fixed pric,مكان جميل و أسعاره رخيصه و نظيف ، أسعار ثابته
    Written November 16, 2022
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  • JustNkate
    1 contribution
    Great shop and customer care , great experience
    Definitely worth a look , great quality rugs and unusual stuff . It is definitely worth a look . And if you don’t buy anything he does not hassle you at all .
    Written July 3, 2022
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  • amroheikal
    2 contributions
    Love it really nice many variety and very friendly. Very good prices and excellent quality. I highly recommend for everyone visiting Sharm.
    Written January 7, 2020
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  • Santiago D
    Doha, Qatar1 contribution
    Great knowledge of history, great patience with older group as she understands not all can follow up all the information given.
    Written December 4, 2022
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  • Dreamer591884
    Forest Row, UK1 contribution
    Best shop in Sharm El Sheikh, beautiful high quality items. Prices are clearly written, no being hassled by the owner, no bartering. Excellent
    Written January 14, 2023
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  • David ramiro H
    Montreal, Canada44 contributions
    Nice area and beautiful mall. but less to do.the majority of boutique are close only fews still running. the area is great with nice hotel close. Macdonald still open and kfc also.
    Written November 3, 2017
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  • LadyKiev
    Kyiv, Ukraine247 contributions
    Visit this place if You want honest price and gd quality. Visited this shop many times; they are not changing, friendly, professional, its a pleasant visit each time.
    Written January 1, 2019
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  • Michael A
    10 contributions
    I have found this shop by my friends recommendation , and it was really really fantastic , it's owner was really good talking and he knows how to show his peices , beside that the shop contains alot of wonderful peices with deffrent designs and sizes , i think everyone can find what he wants from joyful lights to the beautiful antiques which all of them are handmade .. i recommend it to every one
    You can just take a look and you will never go out without buying alot of wonderful peices ..
    Written November 17, 2022
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  • Football Foodie
    Bolton, UK352 contributions
    I saw this Spa online, early on in my holiday, and as lovely as it looked, it was a little out of my price range.
    Fortunately, towards the end of my holiday, they were having a 50% off sale for 4 days, so I made enquiries and arranged to go for the Cleopatra Package the following day.
    They offered transfer and I was picked up on time and with several other guests from other hotels, we were taken to the spa.
    It's located past Old Egypt/The Old Market, though quite near it.
    I must say, I was very impressed with the internal decor-was very unique and very well done throughout.
    Unfortunately, once again, as I went through the package and payment with the guy-which ended up in a loud discussion-with him saying that my chosen package was 50 euro, instead of 40 euros. I had to get my phone out to show him my messages with the agreed price. He then went on saying that it's normally 80 euro-yes I know, and that was too expensive for me. I was there on the understanding it was 50% off. He shouted across to someone at reception, who shouted back, and says, yes, OK. Too right OK.
    Anyway, that was just the start. He went through the package-The Cleopatra one-and what it would entail. I noticed that a couple of things were missing, so enquired about this-again another battle-a really relaxing start to a Spa. So, again, I had to get my phone out, show the messages that included a picture of the spa package along with a message that said 'for your info:peeling and scrub included in Cleopatra program'. I don't think the guy realised that I've done many of these spas abroad, including Egypt numerous times, and I know what to expect. He was then saying if you want that, you can get the Turkish Bath Program, with me saying that, no, the Cleopatra package includes peeling and scrub. We went round in circles-this was becoming exhausting and repetively typical of Egypt-that I clarified what was FACT and just left him to it.
    Then it came to payment-another battle. I paid him £20 in English and then gave him 200egp, asking him to give me 100egp back. I was slightly paying over here, not by much tbf. Anyway, after no sign of my 100egp, I had to ask the guy for my 100egp. Once again, I had to get my phone out, put the Internet on, show him the rate ect and he reluctantly gave me MY 100egp. I really felt like asking for the £1 or so difference, but after half an hour of all this, If I wasn't in need of a Spa before, I sure was now.
    Like I said earlier, the place is absolutely lovely inside, and I was enjoying looking at the interior of it all on the way to the changing rooms. The sauna and steam rooms were very good-one of the hottest I've been in, so I didn't last long in either. I then went in the Jacuzzi, which was fantastic. I would had liked to had spent a few more minutes in there, but enjoyed the 5 minutes that I got-on my own aswell 😁.
    I was then taken to the turkish bath slabs, where other guests were receiving turkish baths. There were about 4/5 other guests in there, so wasn't overly busy. Surprisingly, I received a scrub. Part way through this, the guy from the beginning pipes up to me that this was a special gift to me. Erm OK......I politely smiled.
    I was then taken to a different slab set on it's own where they covered me in a Coffee thing-im not a fan of Coffee, but thought I'd try something different-and it was quite nice, especially as it smelled like the aroma you get from fresh coffee beans, which I like. I was then wrapped up and relaxed for about 15 minutes. This I enjoyed. A washdown/shower followed, before being led to a massage room.
    This was set up for about 5 people and several guests were already in there.
    While trying to enjoy the relaxation of my massage, what started as small chitchat, turned into a social event after about ten minutes. A stern SHHHHHH put a stop to this.
    The massage was good, though I've had better. It was nice and relaxing though.
    I was then shown to a relaxation area-slightly awkward as the Chatter Boxes joined me. Anyway, I switched off, enjoyed a cup of tea and continued to relax.
    After everything, I got changed and went back upstairs, waiting only about 5 minutes for the transfer back to my hotel. I felt absolutely lovely.
    I did notice that the other guests received some kind of feedback forms-surprisingly, I didn't 😜.
    Overall, this is a lovely place that I would still recommend. I wouldn't like to come here if it was busy though, as I would just imagine it becoming a conveyor belt and quite noisy. Just a shame about the continious way the majority of the Egyptians try to pull the wool over your eyes.
    Written July 11, 2022
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  • GeorgetteEsshak
    London9 contributions
    Hi there,

    I have just come back from Sharm El Sheikh and had an amazing time there with my husband. I had been to Sharm before and found my experience in my last trip even more rewarding and better than the last time.
    From previous trips I had come to know Alfred and Sam who work in the Jewellery shops at St. Georges Hotel and I came to them for help when buying my wedding ring. Obviously I was worried about the quality of the ring, whether it would be real gold once I had come back to England but I never doubted the amazing customer service and kind help that both Alfred and Sam did for me. I wasn't even a guest of St. George's hotel, I was actually staying in a different resort altogether but I still found both Alfred and Sam helping me the best they could. I ended up buying a beautiful white gold ring from Sam and Alfred helped me to arrange the design even more unique to my taste. The ring had a champagne coloured diamond and we asked if they could place 2 other diamonds either side of the big diamond so it had 2 small diamonds either side of the main one. It was as if they did a miracle because the work and how fast they were able to do this surprised me most. Normally in England even if you want to clean your rings here they have to take them from you and send them off for a week or more and living without my wedding rings is sometimes very uncomfortable, but in Egypt they put the diamonds on the ring in a space of 24hrs and cleaned them to be perfect for my collection the following day. I cannot fault the service I received from both Alfred and Sam. They are true and honest men, who will do the best they can to help with anything. They even made sure they gave me the best price they could for my rings and there is no doubt about it, I would go back to them if I need any jewellery in Egypt for the future.

    Thank you Alfred and Sam for all your help - even though I wasn't a guest of the hotel you still treated me as one. I appreciate all you have done for me and I look forward to seeing you again on my next trip.
    Best wishes to you both and may you have continued success for the future.
    Georgette & Nosshy
    Written September 12, 2009
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