Sea Life is the perfect name for this hotel in Sharm el Sheikh, one of the best beach and diving resorts in the world. You’ll love the luxury too, including great spa facilities in a complex, with real local character in its design. All-inclusive deals help keep a lid on the cost.
Laid out like a Nubian settlement complete with red walls and cooling courtyards, the Sea Life Hotel is also well placed for some of Sharm’s more traditional attractions. Nearby you’ll find the Monastery of Saint Catherine, Mount Moses, the coastal wildernesses of the National Park of Ras Mohamed, among other protected environments and the Salah El Din Fortress on Pharaoh's Island.
Those are great attractions if you leave the resort. But you can also find a lot to do inside the Sea Life resort. The Sea Life has its own private beach; where staff will help you get to grips with the ultimate Sharm experience, off-shore diving. Kids aren’t forgotten, with a children’s holiday club, pool and playground to entertain them. Once night falls, more adult entertainment takes over, with shows and a nightclub for guests.
If you want to be more active, you’ll find a good gym, a tennis court, and a big spa and wellness centre to help iron out the kinks in your spiritual wellbeing.
The centre of Sharm is not far away, and it has grown into a major resort, complete with lots of bars, restaurants and a big name club. The old town is to the south of the resort and is a great window onto a fascinating way of life.
Desert trips are also a popular diversion – yes, you can ride a camel! – away from the resort. And Egypt’s capital, Cairo – both a fascinating modern African metropolis and home to some of the most iconic ancient sites in the world – is also reachable for day trippers.
Everyone should visit Egypt at least once, and Sea Life in Sharm el Sheikh is a brilliant – and brilliant value – way to dive into this fantastic country. Book your stay now with Loveholidays.com to enjoy your Red Sea adventure at brilliant prices.
The UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office advises against travel to some parts of Egypt and outlines precautions you should take in other parts of the country. Check the latest travel advice from the FCO before your trip.