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Savoy Sharm El Sheikh
Ranked #26 of 231 Hotels in Sharm El Sheikh
Reviewed March 12, 2013

Me and my sister visited during a quiet period 16th-23rd of December 2012, but it was really nice to have a quiet hotel where the staff had the time to provide excellent service. Booked a garden view room, and it was definitely sufficient for us both.

Special thanks to:

Mostafa the receptionist who did his best to organise us excursions and extended out check out time for us.
John the lovely receptionists who always greeted us with a warm cheeky smile
Tamer (Mr Bean) the receptionist who provided endless laughs in the evenings
Hani a lovely man who makes the nicest omlettes
Ahmed the manager of the breakfast restaurant who especially made me cucumber juice every morning
Mina a polite man who provided excellent breakfast service

That was to name just a few... there was many others also, but sadly have forgotten their names! Rosamarie food was a little disappointing, but the staff were friendly. The cleaners did an excellent job, and would occasionally knock on the door to ask if everything was ok-a nice touch.

A word of warning though to anyone who uses the taxi's outside the savoy (next to hsbc), and in particular a taxi driver called Manzoor. Completely tried to rip us off, and when we refused to use him, he then told all the other taxi drivers to not let us get in!

Soho sqaure feels so safe, the body guards do a great job! Two lovely guys Mina and Bishara in the shisha bar opposite savoy, provided great company every evening. Was definitely disappointed with the services of hsbc though. The staff were so grumpy!

The beach was nice and clean, the environment was chilled and there was plenty of opportunity to participate in water activities. I did however end up unintentionally spending most of my time on the sierra side of the beach instead of savoy!

Absolutely loved sharm el sheikh! Definitely intend to go back one day soon God willing!

  • Stayed: December 2012, traveled with family
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SAVOYHotelmanagement, Manager at Savoy Sharm El Sheikh, responded to this reviewResponded March 23, 2013

Dear Guest

All the staff that you nominated appreciates your comments and the rest of the staff whose names you forgot invite you back for another visit to remember their names! The hotel has a very popular employee recognition program for rewarding those who are specially mentioned by guests. They are awarded points and receive cash and other prizes They also receive excellent training, work 8-hour days rather than 12 as in many hotels and enjoy superb recreational facilities in their accommodation including a pool and a gym, plus excellent salaries compared with other hotels. The second purpose of their invitation is to try to impress you in Rosmarino, our Italian restaurant. We use the finest Italian raw materials cooked by specialist professional chefs and we guarantee the quality, the taste, the decor, the ambience, the entertainment and the staff.

The hotel has a professional limousine agent in-house to ensure that our guests enjoy safe journeys in high quality new cars with well-trained drivers. If you had let us know about your bad experience with the public taxi driver we would have guided you to report it officially to the legal authorities. As safety is of paramount importance for all Savoy Group guests we spare no efforts in complying with all international safety norms. So we extend our invitation to you to be welcomed back to enjoy the best facilities that Sharm has to offer.
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Reviewed March 12, 2013 via mobile

Just returned from my 5th visit to The Savoy and yet again it delivered only the very best standards in all area's. The new staff are keen and show obvious pleasure in delivering the very best on behalf of the Egyptian people in these difficult times for them.
The Savoy and Soho Square is so safe and feels totally relaxed despite the troubles in the north of the country.
Ive already planned my Christmas return and would recommend anyone to visit The Savoy unless you require " All Day English Breakfasts, Kareoke, Baked Beans, Bingo, being drunk by mid-day or anything else you associate with Margate in the 1970's ! That Hotel is called The Sierra and will accomodate your needs ! Just a shame about the Russians :-(.
But thats not The Savoy's fault !
Well Done 10/10

  • Stayed: March 2013
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SAVOYHotelmanagement, Manager at Savoy Sharm El Sheikh, responded to this reviewResponded March 23, 2013

Dear Reviewer,

We would like to thank you for choosing the Savoy Hotel for the 5th time to visit and we are delighted to read that you had another memorable, relaxing vacation with us.
Furthermore, we are so proud that you have recommended our hotel to all the readers. We hope that this may help undecided vacationers select our resort for their forthcoming holiday,

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Reviewed March 12, 2013

My wife and I have taken holidays in March (to escape the grey winters here in England) for many years now and this holiday has been one of our most pleasant experiences.
The first thing to inform any readers of this review is that all of the staff at this hotel really do want you to have a good time, all smiled constantly (and genuinely) and nothing was too much trouble. Mohammed, one of the pool lifeguard chaps, was excellent value, attentive, funny and made us feel like royalty. From providing us with towels on "our" sunbeds in the same position every day, carrying our bag, putting up or down the sun umbrella to cleaning our sunglasses, he was a star!
The room we had was a garden view room but we could see the sea from our balcony which was a pleasant surprise. Cleaned thoroughly every day, a platter of fruit arrived unannounced, and everything worked as it should. Nice, big, comfortable beds and pillows meant a good nights sleep every night.
The variety and quality of food is very good, many restaurants of different themes available, either in the resort or just across the road in Soho Square. We were all inclusive so these were included. The fish restaurant near the beach served lovely fresh fish, which we had many times, for lunch or dinner, the Thai restaurant supplied us with lovely, fragrant food and the chicken madras in the Bombay restaurant was suitably spicy!
The bars and bartenders were good also, very good service and ambiance, again all smiles and good fun, good selection of beverages, we had Egyptian sparkling wine quite a few times (hic!) and it was really quite good!
We will be returning to the Savoy Sharm, it has joined our very select, and small list of places that are worth it! Well done to the management and staff for a wonderful holiday!
Rob and Sharon

  • Stayed: March 2013, traveled as a couple
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SAVOYHotelmanagement, General Manager at Savoy Sharm El Sheikh, responded to this reviewResponded March 19, 2013

Dear Reviewer

Many thanks for your kind words and taking the time to place a nice review. We appreciate your excellent feedback, which demonstrates the quality hospitality experienced during your stay at Savoy Hotel, also in SOHO Square restaurants.
We are looking forward to welcoming you soon for another memorable holiday.

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Reviewed March 10, 2013

We booked our trip in November 2012 and we worried when all the troubled flared up again, but there was no trouble at all. It was safe to go anywhere, even for me on my own.

Hotel: This was one of the best resort we stayed in. It was clean, the staff were always friendly, helps that I speak arabic, the pool view room we had was right down by the pool, and the dive centre was excellent. Housekeeping was friendly and efficient. The only thing I would say is that the mattresses were too hard for me. It would be good if you could have a choice, especially for people with back problems.

Food: What can I say. We booked ultra all inclusive and could eat at any of the restaurants in the hotel or Soho square. The food was second to none. I have never had food this good on holiday. It is worth paying for the all inclusive. Lot's of variety. Our favourites were the Italian, Steak House, Seafood restaurant by the beach and the Tepanyaki. I wasn't too impressed with the Hot Rock restaurant where the food is cooked on a hot stone. We even went to the British pub a couple of times. The breakfast buffet was really good, plenty of choice.

Pool: The big pool at the top was not heated so it was freezing. The other pools were smaller and heated but they got very busy. As it wasn't too hot I didn't need to go into the pool to cool off. I imagine in the summer this is an advantage it not being heated.

All in all one of the best holidays I have had. I was reluctant at first but now I can only recommend it. We are already looking at going back later in the year.

  • Stayed: March 2013, traveled as a couple
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SAVOYHotelmanagement, Manager at Savoy Sharm El Sheikh, responded to this reviewResponded March 22, 2013

Dear Guest,

We very much appreciate warm feedback about the Savoy and its facilities. The S class meal package you described allows you free dining in our 14 top quality international restaurants in the hotel and in Soho Square. We are so pleased that you mentioned the gorgeous cleaned room overlooking the main pool and the great dining experience at Italian, sea Food Island, steak house and Tepanyaki restaurants .In addition the lively SOHO square is a place of safety and an excellent social centre with its many cafés, restaurants, shops and the dancing fountain.
We are proud to have lived up to and exceeded your expectations. We really do appreciate your lovely feedback about friendly staff, quality of mattresses and diving center

We are looking forward to welcoming you back in the near future
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Reviewed March 9, 2013

We stayed at the Savoy mid-February in a pool view room. Spacious twin room with really comfy beds, soft sheets and a pillow menu if you want to try other options (we stuck with the ones in our room which were fine, man-made and quite firm rather than a soft down, but okay). A kettle is provided along with a mini-fridge although this is full of soft drinks, and no alcohol despite being on the all-inclusive option (you can have it filled at an extra cost). The room was cleaned to a high standard, albeit the corridors can be noisy/echoey when people are walking/talking etc. Fairly good shower over the bath, albeit the shower screen does not stop water from going over the floor as only small. The room looked like it had been touched up and painted recently and was of an adequate standard. 5 hangers in each wardrobe, could have done with more and we were only staying a week, so you might struggle if there for a fortnight, albeit I’m sure you could request more. Towelling bath-robes were also provided, along with slippers which was a nice touch.

No sun on balcony during our stay (Rm 1009), and sun was gone from the pool area by about 4:30 (mid-Feb), and this was only if you sat on the far side by the big pool. Towels are provided pool-side using the card provided on check-in. Ask for 2 each if they only give you one. Our pool boy kindly set our sunbeds up for us, using one to make a pillow which was fab. Weather was really pleasant, hot without being humid. Not all pools are heated & the main pool was freezing cold (even the kids were complaining how cold it was). Not a problem for us as we didn’t use it. We did find we needed cardigans, or wraps in the evenings as it can get a bit cool.

Staff in all areas of the hotel go out of their way to be friendly, and whilst the cynical will say this is because they are hoping for tips we didn’t feel this was the case at all and didn’t tip at all during the week, deciding instead to tip those staff we felt were extra attentive, genuinely nice, at the end of our holiday. Even then they seemed surprised and very grateful. It is difficult deciding what/how to tip if all-inclusive and there appeared to be varying opinions on this. I’d be interested to see what others did, and how they felt.

Our holiday offer included a 25 minute relaxing massage, which was lovely, although we didn’t opt for any other treatments. I did look round the gym which is very well equipped with not only the usual treadmill, cycles etc but also lots of weight machines which should satisfy even the most hardened of fitness addicts. The view is also fab, as it looks out onto the beautiful pool area. We also took full advantage of the laundry offer which included 7 pieces of clothing each and all came back clean and pressed the same day.

We ate in a variety of restaurants, although I have to say my favourites were the Italian, for the food, atmosphere and service and the Seafood restaurant overlooking the beach for lunch (lovely fresh prawns, and the mixed seafood grill was also very nice). We also enjoyed the Teppanyaki Japanese restaurant for the sheer entertainment value, plus it’s such a sociable experience as you can’t help but talk to your dining companions. It took a few days to get used to how the all-inclusive ‘S’ class worked as on our first night our bill showed an outstanding amount, which we signed for. We were reassured that we would not be charged, but if in doubt you can always ask them to write Zero charge across bill. This only happens in some of the restaurants in Soho Square, as most hotel restaurants show a 0.00 balance at the bottom. If in doubt you can always check with reception during your stay. Our bill was correct and only consisted of the few extras we had (we chose to have lobster one night at an extra cost, and a branded Brandy). Breakfast consists of a massive buffet, and I defy you to say there’s nothing you like as it caters for all tastes. Eggs were available poached, scrambled, hard boiled, plus omelettes and fried (both of these cooked to order) In my opinion the omelettes were the best, very tasty. No pork products of course, although they do provide alternate substitutes - beef bacon, chicken sausages and ham. A good selection of fresh bread, plus cereals, fruit, pastries and a variety of ethnic choices as well for the more adventurous. Also a great selection of fresh bread available for you to toast yourself.

The Hot Rock restaurant turns into a nightclub once a week, and this was an odd experience. We expected it to be half-empty, and instead it was filled to the rafters with people we’d never seen before (the majority of whom were Russian) and it seems that these are bussed in from the surrounding areas, as we discovered when the place emptied around 1 or 2 am due to the buses all leaving to take them back. Music was okay but again seemed geared up to the Russian audience with the DJ calling out to the dance floor in Russian.

Soho Square has a variety of shops, with lots of handbag shops - we bought five between us at excellent prices! No hassle from any of them. The hotel also has shops on the same level as the Hot Rock but this isn’t obvious, and we stumbled across them. A great spice shop to bring back expensive spices such as saffron, peppercorns and a vast array of other delights, which the shop owner is happy to explain.

One small word of warning, beware the duty free shop at airport. Staff working here convert some of the prices into English for you whilst showing you perfumes & aftershaves on special offers. You are actually charged in American dollars when you pay, and the maths doesn’t add up. My total ended up a lot higher than they quoted when converting... I suggest you are not naive like me, and do your own maths.

Other than that a fab holiday and I’d definitely return for some sun & relaxation. We travelled here on the recommendation of a friend, and I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend it myself to anyone. The all-inclusive option was absolutely the right choice for us and we booked before we went. Try and do this before you arrive as we were told the upgrade on arrival is not as good value.

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  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled with friends
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SAVOYHotelmanagement, Manager at Savoy Sharm El Sheikh, responded to this reviewResponded March 23, 2013

Dear guest
We would like to thank you for taking the time to post your hotel review and we are delighted to read so many positive comments about our spacious rooms, in-room facilities, breakfast variety, staff quality and spa facilities. We are pleased to note that you appreciated the generous and varied meal package which includes so much of SOHO Square with its great choices of cuisine and entertainment. With regards to your comment about shower screen not stopping water, this has been addressed to the relevant department and will be fixed immediately. Thank you for flagging this up. We do have a refurbishing program , so all rooms receive regular attention as per the planned maintenance schedule.

Thank you once again for your excellent review. We look forward to welcoming you back in the near future.

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Reviewed March 9, 2013

We had never been to Egypt before so really wanted a good hotel and the Savoy was better than good it was excellent. The whole experience was great and we will definitely go back. To be honest it wasn't particularly Egypt itself; it was the hotel that made our holiday - we didn't venture very far on foot as there is little to do outside of the complex. We did go to Neema Bay but it was far too busy for us and the Jubbly Boys (local slang for pests!) were just too much, but that's just us.

The hotel has everything you could ask for. Beautiful pools and gardens all kept in the highest of order. Stunning food in all of the restaurants and service I have not had any where else, and I have travelled a lot. Rooms were lovely and spacious and cleaned daily with fresh towels and linen.

The beach was not great I agree so if you are a beach person go to Portugal! Having said that sitting around the pool was not difficult at all especially when drinks are only a 'nod to the waiter' away.

Like other reviewers we did find it quite expensive. We did not go all inclusive but at the end of the holiday that worked out to be the right decision. We totted up what we had spent on food and drink and that was still less than the £500 per head on top of flights it would have cost. As a resident of the hotel you do get 25% off in Soho Square. Be aware that past 8pm food and drink, all inclusive or not, is not 'free' in Soho Square you have to go back to the hotel for non paying drinks after 8pm.

We went to Egypt because it was the nearest, hottest place in February and we were just chasing the sun.. The weather was lovely but their days are short as it's still their winter so have a jumper for the evenings. The sun goes down at 4.30pm and the temperature drops so be aware.

All in all a great place, we loved spending our pearl wedding anniversary there and would recommend it any day.

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  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled as a couple
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SAVOYHotelmanagement, Manager at Savoy Sharm El Sheikh, responded to this reviewResponded March 23, 2013

Dear Reviewer

Firstly, we are delighted that you chose our hotel for spending such a special occasion as your 30th wedding anniversary and we are very proud that the SAVOY Hotel met your expectations with all its facilities & services provided.

We would like to thank you for your great feedback and we are so happy that you enjoyed SOHO Square (place to chill). Referring to your comment about the prices, we would like to clarify that our S-Class (Ultra All Inclusive) is a unique concept in the destination as shown below. According to our S-Class formula we provide our guests with a wide variety of dining options in 14 different restaurants. At Soho Square they enjoy a high standard of recreational facilities, including a variety of international entertainment and hassle-free shopping in one safe, managed resort.

S-Class offers 14 à la carte restaurants; Hot Rock Dining (hot stone cooking); Morgana Restaurant (International); Seafood Island (Seafood); Eest (Pan-Asian); Rosmarino (Italian); Tirana (Buffet); Bombay (Indian); Zen (Chinese); Mai Thai (Thai); Luxor (Middle East); L’Entrecôte (Steak House) and Teppan-yaki and Sushi Bar (Japanese). In addition there is the Café Chino (Lebanese Café), and Akuna Matata (Falafels, Mexican, Noodles, Mana Pizza, Hola Tapas and Fish Market). You can also enjoy free drinks and some alcoholic beverages in all bars in Savoy ( Safari / Lobby bar, Le Balcony / Terrace bar, Rocky Pool Bar, Cave bar, White Knight Beach Bar, Cave Bar) also in SOHO Square ( Mandarin Bar, Electric Bar, Fontana Bar, Queen Vic pub, Ju & Co, Al Kahwa, Salon De Thé). There are also two discothèques (Caligula & Pangaea).

As we aim for a relaxing stay we do provide a free massage session, bowling alley, billiards, tennis and Ice-skating access

Don’t miss the dancing fountain, the night life, more than 90 shops for no-hassle shopping and all the other facilities.

It would be a pleasure to welcome you back to our resort in the near future and please contact us during your stay for any assistance and inquiries.

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Reviewed March 7, 2013

ok, we booked this 10 day holiday as a special treat for my 40th birthday. We stayed in a garden room.we knew all about the s class etc before leaving, but felt it would still be cheaper to be bed and breakfast, we were right, it was, but the prices of the food in some restraunts is way too high. Our first night we ate in the Italian, I had a large bowl of pasta carbonara, daughter had a steak with 4 small chips! hubby had the lamb chops with a small spoon of mash and veg. for what we paid the portions on the two most expensive meals were very small. not a great first impression. also it was so dark we needed small lights to read the menu's. Great for ambience not so great for seeing what youre doing!
Also we used the indian on soho square one night, on arrival-"have you booked?"- us "no" got asked again when we were handed over, had we booked? no again, got into the restaraunt and it was virtually empty! got sat at a table where it was already set up, and a waiter said could we move our daughter from one side of the table to the other as she was in the way- well thats where you put us! although a weird situation, beer was not very cold( although room was), but food was lovely!
Good points- pool and beach wonderful, pool staff the best we've ever experienced! loved the reef and snorkelling, life guards on jetty's most of the time to help you-and they will spray your goggles to stop them fogging up! fab- down side of these areas, loud music on the sierra beach side constantly being played-even when no one around! turn it down a bit-i use headphones for my music, all day long is too much.
rooms were very spacious and beds were very comfortable, however bathroom has some issues, hairdryer-slow and you have to keep your finger on a button to keep it going-I should have taken my own! shower screen doesnt work, huge puddles on floor once we'd all had shower and you have to lean right in to switch taps on, can't move screen at all,just make sure its on bath not shower-otherwise you get a head of water.disappointed room only made special so to speak, on my birthday- every other day it was just freshened up. but our housekeeper never topped loo roll up in 3 days and we had to get some off a trolley ourselves on day 3! also kept forgetting to leave flannels!
staff most were polite-one rude guy on consierge desk that I could have throttled as he was so rude! reception very good as was 2 of the girls on guest relations.
when things go wrong they do try their best to make it better-but it would be better if they didn't go wrong in the first place! eg, bone in the boneless chicken shish taouk, very sorry and did not charge for it. also woke to find a letter in our letter hole on my birthday, only to find it was the hotel telling us we'd reached the limit on the room can we pay! complained about it and they did send cake, fruit, vouchers for champagne and a hat! tried 3 times to pay but as there was a conference on reception was manic! had another bill next morning, went to pay and was asked as we only had one day left did we want to settle it on checkout! why bill me then! very annoying. you could see we booked for 10 days and hubby told you it was my birthday and you had photo copy of my credit card and passport!slightly annoying.would I go back? not for a stay, maybe a visit.this is our 5th time in Sharm and we have stayed in the Hilton Fayrouiz previously. there's probably loads more I could say but feel I have said enough. If you dont want hassle and you dont mind how much you pay for food and drink, book it you'll have a great time. if like us you enjoy getting out and about experiencing the country and getting value for money, don't book it. its cheaper to get a taxi into Namma or Nabq bay and have a good meal and cheap beer, then get a taxi back and still have change! honestly it is! down side of that is haggling price for taxi there and back! worth it though!
I just feel they are trying but failing in so many areas, the idea is good, but wasn't really for us! we are a well travelled family of 3, had a great time in Sharm and will go back next year but not to the Savoy I'm afraid.

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SAVOYHotelmanagement, General Manager at Savoy Sharm El Sheikh, responded to this reviewResponded March 18, 2013

Dear Reviewer,

Greetings from the Savoy Sharm El Sheikh,

Kindly be informed that the SAVOY Management appreciates your feedback and we take your comments very seriously as our standards are well-noticed by most national and international organizations and guests from all over the world.

With reference to your comment on the prices and portion sizes in our award-winning fine-dining restaurants, I am happy to tell you that they are priced very reasonably. As for the Pasta Carbonara, a 220 gram USD Black Angus Fillet Steak and the 320 gram Australian Lamb Chops your total bill including service charge and governmental taxes was 680 EGP or £66.40. I also trust that there were more than four chips on the plate. As you rightfully stated, the light was set for great ambience as you are sitting on a table which is 90cm wide. You are also correct that Bed and Breakfast board works out cheaper, as our S-class includes the following Food and Beverage outlets where international chefs prepare classic, fine cuisine from all over the world, complemented by snacks, kids’ meals and healthy light meals in 14 different restaurants, Akuna Matata, and poolside eateries: Rosmarino Italian fine dining, Seafood Island by the beach, Eest Pan-Asian restaurant, Hot Rock hot stone cooking restaurant, Morgana international favourites restaurant, Tirana international buffet restaurant, Bombay Indian restaurant, Zen Chinese restaurant, Mai-Thai Thai restaurant, Luxor Egyptian restaurant, Fusion 21 Mediterranean restaurant L’Entrecôte Fine dining and grill restaurant, Teppanyaki and Sushi bar Japanese restaurants, Akuna Matata which includes a grill section, fish market, a noodle store, a pizza counter, Mexican favorites, Moroccan sweets and Egyptian favorites, Café Chino Lebanese café, Safari Bar, Rocky Pool Bar, White Knight Beach Bar, Cave Bar, Mandarin Bar, Electric Bar, Fontana Bar, Queen Vic Pub, Polo Bar, Crystal Lounge, Salon de Thé, Al Khahwa, Ju & Co and Pangaea Night Club.

As all our Fine Dining Restaurants are very popular, reservation is requested, which is also common practice in any restaurant in London unless you go for Fast Food Stores and that’s why the Bombay Restaurant hostess inquired. Pre-setting tables is common practice all over the civilized world and the waiter only requested to move your daughter as you placed her in the entrance traffic area and also she would not have been able to watch the live projection of our four under-water cameras from our house reef.

Even though Sierra beach is usually lively and features some musical entertainment, our guests have a choice to sit anywhere along our 300 metre-long beach where one side is relaxing and the other is entertaining. Our hairdryers comply with the international hospitality norm and you have to keep pressing the bottom for your safety, Bathrooms do get wet at times and we understand that we switch on the shower when we stand underneath to take a shower. You may well have overlooked a second roll behind the toilet and it would have only been a phone call away instead of taking one from the trolley.

Guests are informed when their credit limit is reached to avoid unpleasant surprises at check-out. Please note that there was no problem for any of the guests to settle their bills as the convention had its own private check-in with additional staff in the conference hall.

Thank you for the good comments on our colleagues. This is a result of intensive training in terms of language skills, medical fitness and lifestyle as we operate our own Hotel School which is unique in Egypt and the Middle East. It’s a shame that you did not report the rude concierge at the time as now, we are not able to identify him and follow up.

Note that it’s 74 and not 75 steps to the pool which is 10.36 metres down and 32.20 metres away from the said location. However, you could have gone by lift to go down to the pool level.

Finally, note that 1239 reviewers think and wrote that we mostly exceed their expectations in this forum and come to be pampered for a memorable vacation and not to moan about a bone in the shish Taouk in order to have it free. Feel free to book your next economic holiday in Naama or Nabq and you will not have to haggle with the taxi driver.

Kind regards,
Hotel Management

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Address: SOHO Square | PO Box 169, Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt
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Location: Egypt > Red Sea and Sinai > South Sinai > Sharm El Sheikh
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access Airport Transportation
Hotel Style:
#2 Business Hotel in Sharm El Sheikh
#11 Romantic Hotel in Sharm El Sheikh
#18 Spa Hotel in Sharm El Sheikh
#19 Family Hotel in Sharm El Sheikh
#25 On the Beach Hotel in Sharm El Sheikh
#26 Luxury Hotel in Sharm El Sheikh
Price Range: $76 - $178 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:5 star — Savoy Sharm El Sheikh 5*
Number of rooms: 414
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Savoy Sharm El Sheikh is located near Ras Mohammed National Park inside SOHO SQUARE, the 5-star hotel offers 136 sea view rooms, 55 pool view rooms, 161 garden view rooms, 46 triple rooms, 2 special care rooms, 13 diplomatic suites, and 1 presidential suite. The hotel also features a private beach, 5 swimming pools 3 adult pools (2 heated in winter time) and 2 children's pools (1 heated in winter time) , 5 Bars (1 pool Bar) , and 6 restaurants Savoy hotel offers different types of meal plans that ensures you trying everything starting from the hotel’s main restaurant to Soho Square different restaurants and cuisines; standard Bed and breakfast, half board, full board, S-Class (ultra all-inclusive concept) , and half and full board dine around option (which SOHO Square restaurants as well) Diving or at least snorkeling with a PADI approved dive school on the beach. In the hotel we can find tennis, squash and beach volleyball courts as well as a modern gym facility . Sauna and Jacuzzis, as well as a range of beauty and spa treatments. Each room features adjustable air conditioning, WiFi access, mini-bar, en suite bathroom and hairdryer, and a private terrace overlooking our gardens , pools, or the beach. ... more   less 
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Also Known As:
The Savoy Sharm El Sheikh Hotel Sharm El Sheikh
Savoy Hotel Sharm El Sheikh

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