Myself and my boyfriend have stayed at this hotel twice(Jan 09 and June 06 and would definately return for a 3rd time. The hotel is in a great location, approx 25-30 mins to airport and 10mins into Naama Bay. The hotel provides a shuttle service into Naama Bay, 3 times a day If I remeber correctly the times were 10am , 4pm and then 9pm. You cant pre book its a case of just turning up and hoping its not to busy. If you want to go in earlier you can get a private taxi which are inside the hotel grounds or if you go outside there are the local taxis. Expect to pay about 40 egyptian pound (not sure what the exchange rate is at the mo). Make sure you haggle with them, as they start off quite high.
Our hotel room was immaculate, (I noticed that our visit in Jan 09 they were decorating rooms). We had a view of the sea and found all facilities easily accesible from our room. You will be taken to your room by a golf buggy and then shown the nearest lifts/stairs etc by the luggage man.
Breakfast was included and there was a great variety.Something to suit all.
There were several restaurants at the hotel, prices did vary depending if you wanted a light snack or 3 course meal.
There were several pools including an adult only one, although we did not see many children so any of the pools would be fine.
The beach was our favourite, you didnt have to leave your sun lounger to get a drink as there were beach butlers . (it took me a while getting used to having somebody bring me drinks and food without me moving from my sun lounger.) They work extremely long hours in very hot weather so at times things can take longer so take this into consideration!
You will recieve a towel card when you check in, so dont forget to take that to the pool/beach!
Rooms cleaned daily, in the evening the maids would knock on our room to see if we needed anything else. Which I thought was a nice touch.
They also have a spa and hairdressers. I had a full body massage which I really enjoyed, you get to use the spa facilities before and after (incl plunge pool, jacuzzi, sauna, steam room)
You will find the hotel is expensive compared to Naama bay. But then again you are staying in a fantastic 5 star hotel.
We hope you enjoy the hotel as much as we did.
We recommend eating at The Little Buddha (Chinnese/Sushi), Hard Rock Cafe ( this does get extremely busy so book ahead or go early).
There is a taxi rank in Naama Bay with plenty of taxis, so you will be fine getting back.Just remeber to haggle and confirm your price before getting in.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Tipped as Egypt’s most lavish hospitality resort, Hyatt Regency Sharm El Sheikh combines ultimate luxury and exotic style on the edge of an aqua oasis in South Sinai. Three beach coves lead to one of the most spectacular diving sites, the Gardens Bay. The rooms are large and comfortable, with stunning sea views and all the comforts of modern living presented at the highest standards. Hyatt Regency Sharm El Sheikh’s many and various in-house facilities offer something for everyone; the array of bars and restaurants will satisfy the most discriminating gourmand, the Kid’s Club will keep the younger guests entertained while Club Olympus houses a fully equipped gym and aerobics studio and its Moorish style spa area offers sauna, steam bath, whirlpool and plunge pools. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
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