Stayed for a week at the Savoy Sharm in a Garden View Suite. The Hotel was first class. The room was excellent, the hotel facilities and in particular the staff were of the highest standard.
Our only criticism was that some of the food and drink in the hotel's many restaurant was a little expensive and was less consistently excellent than other elements of the hotel. Exceptions to this were the burgers, which were very good and the food at the Seafood restaurant by the beach, which was suburb.
I could not recommend this place high enough for those wanting a high quality, relaxing beach hotel.
Matt from Walton on Thames
The Savoy Sharm El Sheikh Resort is located on the fabled White Knight Beach, part of the preserved Ras Mohamed National …More
When we got to Sharm El Sheikh for the first evening it quickly became clear we had stumbled across an excellent place to stay. The Novotel probably has the prime location in Naama Bay, right on the beachfront with beautiful private beach, with coral to snorkel over etc. easy access to water sports. It's near enough to walk to the centre of the town, but far enough away to be quiet. The room was great. (Superior double room, massive bed, garden view, beachside). The important thing is to go for beachside, because half the hotel is on the north side of the highway, and if you are there you have to cross the road to access the beach facilities. The staff were really friendly and helpful. Breakfast was excellent. Next time we go to Sharm we won't be staying anywhere else.
The hotel is nice and lives up to its 4 stars. It is a fair way from the action and if you are looking to shop/party your holiday away then you would be better off in Naama bay but this is a good place to relax. The pools are lovely but the beach is pretty muddy and unimpressive and is a 15min walk away (shuttle bus every hour or so.) Having said that it has the best snorkelling we encountered anywhere in the red sea- better than our dives at Ras Mohammed!! The food was great and we went for the half board option as we were usually off doing something at lunchtime. Would do this again. Booze is pretty pricey by egyptian standards so if you are there to drink it's probably worth going all inclusive or stocking up in duty free/Naama Bay. Would stay here again.
Jo from London
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