A fantastic hotel, where the workers can't do enough to make your stay more enjoyable.
The food at meal times is truely international. I didn't have the nerve to try 'Bird Tongue Soup' but other dishes I did try like Beverian Beef were delicious. No pork or ham dishes only down side. I missed my bacon sandwich in the mornings.
The swimming pool is the best I've ever swam in. Clean, large and not too deep (1.58m deepest). You must give the swim up bar a try a fantastic experience!
The rooms are large very clean with fantastic views. The rooms are cleaned every day and the bedding changed every day!
The stores inside the hotel complex offer great value for money. You can buy anything from clothes to jewellery, paparus to ornaments and everything else inbetween.
A truely international hotel. Many visitors from Russia and other Eastern European Countries, Germans and Egyptians too. This posed no problems at all everyone I spoke to were very friendly and hospitable.
We flew to Cairo to visit the museum and pyramids at Gizza.A must see if you are visiting. I also did 2 dives during my stay and this too was very memorable.
I will be returning in the near future for more diving and I want to see the Valley of the Kings and Queens at Luxor and I want to see the ancient city of Petra and swim in the Dead Sea. I can't think of a better place to be based than Savita Resort and Spa.
- Also Known As:
- La Vita Resort And Spa
- La Vita Hotel Sharm El Sheikh