Reef Oasis Blue Bay
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Pools are where this hotel excels, with the star attraction being the infinity one with sea views. There's no shortage of places to eat either, with the à la carte options ... Continue reading
Pools are where this hotel excels, with the star attraction being the infinity one with sea views. There’s no shortage of places to eat either, with the à la carte options including a gourmet French place. The hotel is on its own private beach. It’s got a jetty, which makes a great jumping-off point for snorkelling. Or you can sign up to the diving school and explore the Red Sea’s world-famous coral reefs.
The diving school is a real highlight. It offers PADI courses* for all ages, with free trial dives and a practise pool – plus the chance to snorkel or scuba dive your way around some of the best coral reefs in the world.
This place has its own diving centre. There are beginner to advanced courses, and there's a private pool for training sessions. And you’ll have access to a reef, from the shores of the hotel’s beach.
Floodlit tennis courts*
After dark the floodlights can be use on the tennis courts for an extra charge.
Right next to the children's pool is a play area with climbing frames and slides.
The spa* is state-of-the-art, with a treatment list that includes 12 types of massage. There’s also a steam room, a sauna, a hydro-massage pool and an energy bar. The gym, meanwhile, has all the latest exercise equipment.
Thalasso Spa & Wellness Centre*
If you're not quite relaxed enough after a few days of sunbathing then the spa offers a steam room, sauna and 12 types of massage. If you want to keep up your fitness regime whilst away the wellness centre has a fully-equipped gym with treadmill, bikes and step and rowing machines.
The menu of pools includes a heated infinity pool, a relaxation pool just for adults, a dive pool for practising scuba, and a lagoon pool with waterslides. There’s a smaller pool for children, too.
Main outdoor pool
Curving elegantly around the beach side of the resort, the heated infinity pool is designed to help you relax. With loungers and parasols dotted along the two sides and offers stunning views over the beach and to sea.
Outdoor leisure pool
The leisure pool is the place to go for fun, laughs and spills. With a flume and two slides to keep everyone happy, there are also terraces for loungers and sunbathing.
Outdoor relaxing pool
There's a quieter area for adults only, who want to relax, soak up the sun and let the world pass by.
Outdoor diving pool
Food and Drink
If you like to dine à la carte, you’ve got two choices – an al fresco Italian and a gourmet French* place.
Bay View buffet restaurant
The main restaurant is decorated in a classic Mediterranean theme, and has well-stocked serving islands dotted around. Offering a selection for breakfast and dinner, there are also three themed evening buffets, including an Egyptian night once a week. Gentlemen are requested to wear long trousers to dinner.
Al Dente Italian restaurant
Traditional Italian favourites are on offer here with the option to dine al fresco. Gentlemen are requested to wear full length trousers to dinner.
Light breakfast and a selection of snacks are available all day at the Caribbean bar.
Lobby Piano bar*
The Pub sports bar
Relax pool bar
Leisure pool bar
Energy bar at the Spa
The Energy bar is located within the spa facility.
Christmas gala meals
New Year gala meals
Fisherman's Seafood restaurant
Gentlemen are requested to wear full-length trousers to dinner.
Le Romantique French à la carte restaurant*
The name says it all. It's the idyllic combination of French cuisine and a romantic setting. Gentlemen are requested to wear full-length trousers to dinner.
A la carte dining
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A world-acclaimed dive centre and the most developed of the Red Sea resorts, Sharm el-Sheikh has many holiday activities, luxury accommodation and restaurants available. Most Sharm el-Sheikh hotels and diving centres are situated four miles (7km) from the city at Naama Bay and it has become a busy holiday resort with plenty of shopping opportunities, late night entertainment and an attractive holiday atmosphere.
Numerous dive sites are within reach of Sharm el-Sheikh, including the huge drop-offs at Ras Mohammed in the extreme southern part of the peninsula, the Straits of Tiran, various wrecks and 28 sites located along the coast that are reached by boat. Naama Bay has a gently sloping sandy bottom, is ideal for dive classes, and provides diving and snorkelling opportunities for all levels without having to use a boat or car to get there.
Besides excellent diving and snorkelling, which are the main activities when in Sharm el-Sheikh on holiday, there are plenty of watersports available if one feels like doing more than just soaking up the sun. Add a vibrant nightlife with casinos, discos and nightclubs and one can't complain of boredom!
On holiday in Sharm el-Sheikh, diving and snorkelling are the main activities but there are a range of other activities available including horseback and camel riding, golf, desert safaris and health treatments, and a variety of watersports. The desert holds numerous attractions and trips are offered to Mt Sinai and St Catherine's Monastery, among others.
Between Sharm el-Sheikh's two tourist districts of Old Sharm and Naama Bay, there are a huge variety of dining options while on holiday, from hotel restaurants and international fast food chains like KFC, to local eateries and fresh fish. Anything from Mexican to Japanese is represented in Sharm el-Sheikh.
Sharm el-Sheikh casinos, discos, pubs and bars cater to those ready to party the night away while on holiday. Entertainment ranges from dance clubs to informal hangouts, with local favourites like the Pirates Bar, Zabadi and The Tavern Pub.
Avid shoppers will find a good variety of goods in the old market and Sharm El-Sheikh mall, where shops sell both foreign and local products, including jewellery, leather goods, clothing, pottery and books. Naama Bay offers a more upmarket shopping experience at the Naama Centre, where shopkeepers are less inclined to bargain but everything from souvenirs to scarves can be had.
Shopkeepers and hawkers can become a nuisance but a polite though firm 'no, thank you' should ward them off.
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