I stayed with my partner, along with her 13 year old and my 17 year old, son's, from 21st - 28th August 2013.
We benefitted from the fact that other Countries stopped flying to the resort, in that during the space of our week, the resort went from being around 75% to 50% full, as a maximum. Due to this, there was absolutely no problem in getting sun loungers, drinks, food etc.
2 Restaurants within the complex were shut down during the course of our week, but quite frankly, why not, and sadly for the workers, a lot were being sent home, to places like Cairo, due to the lack of holiday makers.
We saw no 'troubles' what-so-ever, and there were armoured vehicles and check points at every approach road to the Sharm area.
We all enjoyed facials within the Spa resorts facility, including the boys' 1st experience, and we all went back for another. My partner and I also enjoyed a foot spa, and 2 off full massages each, which were all at very reasonable prices, possibly due to the shortage of holiday makers.
I would thoroughly recommend the Sunai desert, quad bike adventure, which we all thoroughly enjoyed, along with the desert sunset.
I would consider returning to the resort again, but would be curious to see what the resort would be like when at normal/full capacity.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking