Ideally located on the coast of the Red Sea and close to the south of the Sinai Mountains, this stunning 5 star secret hotel is perfect for those looking for a relaxing break in beautiful Sharm El Sheikh.
Rooms are spacious and cosy, and are beautifully decorated in a modern and elegant style. Each bedroom is equipped with a luxurious en-suite bathroom, as well as modern comforts including air-conditioning and a hair dryer. For your entertainment rooms include satellite television and a mini fridge stocked with a range of drinks and snacks.
The property provides guests with a fantastic choice of leisure facilities, including two outdoor swimming pools, one of which has a stylish poolside bar serving a range of refreshing drinks and snacks. Sun loungers and parasols are also provided, or if you really feel like relaxing in style you can treat yourself to a massage or beauty treatment from the spa centre. Sports facilities include tennis courts and snorkelling equipment, and the beach is just a short walk away.
A great way to enjoy the beautiful scenery of the local area is to take a trip to Ras Mohammed national Park. In a picturesque location 12km away from Sharm El Sheikh at the southern tip of the Sinai, the park spans across 480 square kilometres, and encompasses two islands. With gorgeous white sand beaches, as well as stunning marine wildlife due to significant attempts to protect the local wildlife, the park provides visitors with plenty to see and do. Home to over 1,000 species of fish, 150 crustaceans, and a number of sea turtles, wildlife lovers will be in their element here. The park is also popular with divers due to it being the location of the SS Thistlegorm wreckage, a former British navy ship that was sunk in 1941 just off the coast of Ras Mohammed.
Sharm El Sheikh is located close to the famous historical city of Petra. Although Petra is situated in Jordan, it is possible for visitors in Sharm El Sheikh to enjoy a day trip to one of the most famous archaeological finds known to man. Undiscovered to the Western world until 1812, the city is certainly worth the trip, and is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. With some 800 ancient temples and monuments carved out of the vast rock here, you will be mesmerised by the fascinating history surrounding the city and marvel at the amazing architecture. Fans of the Indiana Jones franchise may recognise the city as the setting for the Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade box-office hit.
Have a wonderful time in Sharm El Sheikh!