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Hotels in Sharm El Sheikh

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Sharm el Sheikh is an area reserved for those wanting to have a good time, whether it’s snorkeling in the blue waters of the Red Sea, sipping martinis around Na’ama Bay or just absorbing the glorious sunshine on the coast of Egypt. There are a number of resorts, each with a different vibe, suiting everyone from old-timers looking to have a little R&R, to young families in need of a good kids club and some adult-friendly cocktails. The area of Sharm el Sheikh is based entirely on the southern tip of St Catherine, dipping into the Red Sea – so you’ll never be too far from the water.


Na’ama Bay (central coast)


Na’ama Bay is arguably the most well known area in Sharm el Sheikh, as it’s also the most developed. This is where you can find the clubs like Pacha and the Hard Rock Café, as well as a number of high end resorts with all the amenities you might need on a stag or hen holiday. It’s not cheap to stay here, but the casinos, shops and scuba diving clubs can be visited whether you’re staying in Na’ama Bay or one of the other areas!


Sharm El Maya (South coast)


Sharm El Maya is marginally calmer than Na’ama Bay, but it’s still encrusted with jewel like luxury hotels, casinos and spas. You’ll recognize a number of luxury hotel names on the southern tip near Sharm El Maya beach, but if you’re willing to stay further in land, there are some family friendly hotels and cheaper resorts for those on a budget.


Nabq Bay (North coast)


Nabq Bay is a settlement set apart from the others due to it’s distance from Na’ama Bay. It’s only 20 minutes to reach Nabq by car from the airport though, and it’s got a shallow beach that’s perfect for children. However, those who are keener water babies can take their snorkel masks and flippers out to sea, as it’s a popular area for wild snorkeling too. Divers should stay further south though, as most of the main diving schools are based nearer to the centre. The hotels vary again, but generally most fall into the high end category, with a few mid-range options for those who are just after sun, sea and sand rather than spas, a fast Wi-Fi connection and the option to go all-inclusive.