My husband and I have been coming to Sharm El Sheik since 1980 when it first opened up re: Camp... See full review
Oct 16, 2009
5 star resort comprising of 331 rooms on 30 acres of landscaped gardens with 220 metres of sandy beach on the Red Sea -The hotel offers 6 restaurants, daily entertainment, recreation and water sports as well as meeting and conference and banqueting facilities for up to 250 persons. Free broadband
OPHIRA ARPT, (SSH), 8.00, KM, SW;
Beach, This hotel is located near the beach.
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My husband and I have been coming to Sharm El Sheik since 1980 when it first opened up re: Camp David Treaty. We have stayed in many Sharm hotels in the past - the first stay was on an empty beach in what is downtown Naama Bay! We stayed at the
first hotel in Naama, and many more since then. The Radisson Blu is a good 20 - 30 minutes from Naama Bay. We were very happy with the out of the way location, those seeking nite life may need to be nearer to Naama Bay. We were happy to be at the hotel.
The pool was large and wonderful and there are other smaller pools for those who prefer that type. The pool was clean. They have an animation team to keep you active and also a kid's club to keep your kids active - though my boys are adults now. The beach accomodations were fine too.
Our room was kept spotlessly clean by Omar and his cheery face each day. Our beds had some kind of artisitic arrangement or bedspread art/creature on them adding a whimiscal note. We had a great family vacation with my sons and one son's girlfriend. They took advantage of the diving every day while I enjoyed the pool.
The only drawback was the mediocre yet expensive food. It is not quite up to the impeccable SAS food service that I experience at Radisson SAS in Kuwait where I now live. Our breakfasts were included;other meals were purchased during the rest of the day. We did have a good meal at the Grotto one evening. There seems to be too many venues for restaurants and not enough people dining in any of them? The seafood Trade Winds dishes were somewhat hit/miss as far as quality. The staff tries very hard and is very friendly, they need to be given the tools to do their work. On another note, if you do not like large resorts with oodles of people, this is not your place. We did not mind, we made our own fun.